Apache S390H Petrol Scarifier (with Honda Engine)

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Apache S390H Petrol Scarifier (with Honda Engine)

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Apache S390H Petrol Scarifier (with Honda Engine)
The Apache S390H is a petrol-powered machine with a reliable and easy starting Honda engine and is recommended for lawns 1,000 square metres in size. The S390H is a push-propelled machine and features a full 38cm (15") working width. The working height is adjustable between 0 - 10mm, whilst debris is collected into the 45 litre grass bag.

The Apache S390H petrol lawn scarifier is powered by a world renowned Honda GP 165 engine and has a full 15" working width. The S390H comes with 16 fixed blades for the most complete scarifying experience.

Give yourself a lawn to be proud of year after year.

Honda GC135 Engine

Honda’s GC series engines are legendary for superior reliability and performance. And there’s no doubt about it: the GP135 lives up to the legend. Lower noise levels, lower vibration, and lower emissions – without sacrificing power output or performance.

Ergonomically positioned operator controls
Cobra puts the power in your hands

The Cobra S390H has been designed to make scarifying your lawn a simple and effortless task. The ergonomically positioned controls not only make operator use more comfortable, but more importantly, make using Cobra scarifiers as safe as possible.

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£559.00

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HONDA OHV ENGINE FOR QUIET AND SMOOTH PERFORMANCE 16 fixed metal blades Strong and durable steel deck Large-capacity debris-bag means fewer emptying-stops Lightweight and easy to manoeuvre around obstacles Ideally positioned controls for comfortable, low-effort operation

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