Sanli makes some excellent garden machinery and their brushcutters have been British favourites for some time.
But we are expecting a price increase this autumn so now is the time to act if you want to save some cash.
It has a loop handle and its curved shape means it is excellently balanced and therefore less tiring to use.
The cutting width is 40 cm and the engine is easy to start as it has a fuel primer. It has an auto clutch so the strimming head will not work until the throttle trigger is pulled.
The head has a bump feed, just bump it on the ground and the line will automatically feed out.
A shoulder strap harness comes with the machine for added comfort.
There is a manufacturer’s guarantee for two years, free next working day delivery and the machine costs £109 compared with the manufacturer’s price of £139.
The Sanli GTS33 Petrol Brushcutter has many professional features and is designed not only to deal with lawn edges but can also tackler thicker undergrowth.
It has a 32.6 cc full crank two-stroke engine and has cycle style handlebars for easier, less tiring use and the centrifugal clutch only engages the head when the throttle is pressed.
Switches and throttle are on the handlebar for easy control.
This model has a line strimmer with bump feed and also comes with a metal blade for hacking through the thicker stuff.
It has a double harness to make it easier to use over longer periods and helps the balance of the strimmer.
There is a two year domestic use guarantee and it is delivered free the next working day.
It costs £149 compared with the manufacturer’s recommended price of £199.
The Sanli GTS43 Petrol Brushcutter is made for both the keen amateur gardener and jobbing gardener and is very sturdy machine.
It will tackle both the lighter jobs where a strimmer will do the task to heavy overgrown areas where you need a powerful machine to hack through the undergrowth.
This one has a two-stroke 42.7 cc engine giving more power than many machines in its class.
It is designed so that vibrations are kept to a minimum and it has a double strap back pack harness to make it easier to use over longer periods.
The bicycle style handlebars also help ease the strain when used in a sweeping movement over rough areas. As well as the strimming head it has a three toothed metal blade for the rougher bits.
Like all Sanli machines it is designed to be easy to start. It comes with a two year manufacturer’s guarantee and free next day delivery.
It costs £179 compared with the manufacturer’s recommended retail price of £229.
All Sanli strimmers and brush cutters come with a free safety helmet with visor and ear muffs, replacement strimming line and a litre of two-stroke engine oil.
So remember, now is the time to act if you want to get in before the price increases.