The model is built on a two-stroke engine with a power of 0, 85 ls. This aggregation provides a very high speed of rotation. As a result, the trimmer handles the bones of every grass, including dry and very fat. In doing so, the Japanese were able to maintain the minimum weight of the instrument, making it possible to work with that coin for a long time.
- Light launch.
- A small mass is 4, 7 kg.
- He can handle any grass.
- There's a knife and a wood in the kit.
- Nice hand.
- The need to use extremely good oil.
- Absence of mixing canisters.
Stihl FS 55
The main advantage of the Stihl FS 55 trimmer is a two-stroke engine. Its power is 1 l.s., which is quite enough in the vast majority of situations. The rotational speed of the knife here is reduced to 7,000 o/min, so the gasoline cut may appear slow. But this trimmer is guaranteed to deal with any plants. The knife is not damaged even if it comes to the branches found in the high grass.
- High engine power.
- Absence of vibration when using the knife.
- A small mass of 5 kg.
- High cost.
- The belt doesn't seem comfortable for everyone.
- When you buy, you have to choose between the disk and the knife.
Trimmer Champion T334FS received a four-stroke engine. In the subsoils of such a motor, petrol is burned much better than in the two-stroke aggregates that have budget crates. Should we say that the owner of Champion T334FS will not complain about the exhaust gas dizziness? Claims may only be by the weight of the 8 kg model. But you're gonna forget about it right after you find out you can get a regular gasoline in this coin. If two-stroke engines require regular fuel mixing with oil, the four-stroke aggregation is not so cranky.
- Low noise.
- The width of leather is 40 cm.
- High reliability.
- You can put gas without mixing it with oil.