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Trimmers feature increased power combined with light weight

Trimmers feature increased power combined with light weight
The SRM-280 series features a bold new colour and an entirely new class of performance for Echo trimmers. Echo’s new 28.1 cc engine class features increased power combined with light weight, which equals superior performance. Standard features include 28.1 cc Power Boost Vortex engine for plenty of performance, rubber left and right handle grips for comfortable all-day operation, and a commercial grade air filtration system for improved air quality and increased durability. Available models include the standard version (SRM-280), steel shaft (SRM-280S), high torque (SRM-280T) and “U” handle (SRM-280U).

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311 Sovereign Road
London, ON
CA, N6M 1A6

Website:
echo.ca

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