A serious landscaping workhorse, the Italian-designed Meccanica Benassi RF710 offers fantastic large-area productivity and is capable of handling the sort of dense, well-established vegetation that would defeat even the most powerful handheld brushcutter.
Producing a sizeable 7.8hp is a 344cc Briggs & Stratton 3105-Series PowerBuilt™ four-stroke OHV engine that boasts numerous high-spec features, including AVS® anti-vibration for a more comfortable drive and less component-wear; and a cartridge-type air-filter that works with Splash Lubrication to ensure a lengthy engine-life.
Instead of a manual drive, where you have to stop and change gear in order to adjust the ground-speed, the Meccanica Benassi RF710 employs a hydrostatic drive that lets you control your working-pace in infinite increments while on the move, thereby optimising manoeuvrability and making it easier - and safer - to work around obstacles.
Further enhancing manoeuvrability are front-mounted castor-wheels, a disengageable wheel-drive and a split differential.
The Meccanica Benassi RF710 Hydro Field & Brush Mower benefits from a blade-brake clutch that eliminates hassle by doing away with the need to stop the engine when crossing hard surfaces and other areas that don’t need to be cut.
Multi-position adjustable handlebars can be made comfortable for any operator; while large 406mm tractor-type rear tyres provide all-terrain traction.