Tanaka TBC 2390 S-Start
This high-grade Japanese-engineered straight-shaft line-trimmer offers the sort of build-quality and cutting-performance that are essential for the more demanding domestic gardener.
It’s driven by a beefy 24c two-stroke engine, power from which is transmitted to the cutter-head via a rigid drive-shaft that’s mounted-on ball-bearings. This works to optimise torque delivery, while also helping to maximise the machine’s working-life.
A delight to work with, the Tanaka TBC-2390 Line-Trimmer is ultra-lightweight (3.6kg) and is supplied with a comfort-enhancing single-strap shoulder-harness. The provision of a compact ‘loop’-handle means you’ll have no trouble operating in tight spaces.
With the purchase of the relevant accessory, the Tanaka TBC-2390 can be turned into a hedgetrimmer (TPH-200) or power-pruner (TPS-200).
An extension shaft is also available in two lengths, 600mm and 900mm. See long reach and attachments category for details.
Please note: this is the new version of the hugely successful and deservedly popular TBC-240S (TCG-24EAS).
Optional Tanaka TPH-200 Hedgetrimmer Attachment
Convert the Tanaka TBC-2390 Grass-Trimmer into an articulating hedgetrimmer with this optional attachment. The Tanaka TPH-200 has 55cm double-sided, dual reciprocating blades and a heavy-duty gear unit. The blade pivots through 130° and the attachment weighs just 1.5kg (combined weight with line trimmer just 5.1kg). The R.R.P. of this attachment is £259.00 but it’s available for just £199.00 (see long reach and attachment category)
Optional Tanaka TPS-200 Pruner Attachment
Also available is an add-on chainsaw pruner attachment for lopping off branches and pruning back thick growth. The normal R.R.P. for this item is £209.00, but is on special offer at just £165.00 (see long reach and attachments category).
For advice on the product best suited to your requirements please call us on 01782 777878.
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