Get your hands on this convenient five-in-one multi-tool package from leading Swedish brand Stiga and you’ll not only drastically cut fuel-costs, you’ll also maximise available storage-space and minimise the amount of maintenance required!
Comfortable and easy to use whichever attachment is fitted, the Stiga SMT-226 Petrol Multi-Tool employs shock-absorbing materials for fewer fatigue-inducing vibrations and comes with a shoulder-strap that lets the user’s body take some of the weight for less tiring gardening.
The engine is a premium 25.4cc unit that puts out an impressive 0.9hp; and which employs cutting-edge technologies that work to reduce emissions and fuel-consumption with no compromise on performance.
Stiga’s Easy-Start system means you’ll be ready for action after the gentlest pull on the starter-rope; while their use of a highly effective sponge-type air-filter ensures season after season of reliable operation.
The grass-trimmer attachment is based around a curved shaft that gives you the perfect working-angle for lawn-edging and light-duty mowing. Its 43cm twin-line cutter-head has large-diameter 2.4mm cord for aggressive strimming; and a handy bump-feed mechanism for quick and easy line-jog.
The brushcutter attachment can also be fitted with with a line-head, but comes with a 25.5cm three-tooth metal blade for tackling more challenging vegetation, like nettles, bramble and scrub. A solid 8mm drive-shaft ensures optimum torque-transfer when brushcutting.
The pruner attachment comprises a compact 25cm guide-bar with a sprocket-nose for reduced ‘kick-back’ tendency. Features include automatic chain-oiling for smooth operation and a clean cut; and a simple screw-based chain-tensioner for fast in-the-field adjustment.
The fast-working double-sided blades on the hedgetrimmer attachment measure a generous 40cm in length and have a substantial 25mm tooth-gap that delivers a neat, bruise-free cut in thicker growth.
Fit the 70cm extension pole when using the hedgetrimmer or pruner and you’ll be able access the tallest hedges and highest branches without resorting to ladders.