The FSA 60 is an ergonomic cordless trimmer that is a great choice for homeowners, especially in noise sensitive environments.
The 13.8” cutting width makes easy work of trimming lawn edges or around trees and other obstacles using an AutoCut 6-2 mowing head with nylon line.
It features a lightweight aluminum shaft, a variable speed throttle trigger and a loop handle that can be adjusted to suit your height. It also comes equipped with a metal spacer bracket which can be folded down to help avoid damage to trees or obstacles.
The FSA 60 can be fitted with the PolyCut 7-3 mowing head which uses our polymer cutting blades or with a DuroCut 5-2 mowing head which uses serrated line pieces. Both options are ideal for trimming denser grass or even light scrub. The PolyCut 7-3 and DuroCut 5-2 are not supplied with the machine but are available as additional accessories.
*Run time on AK20 battery: Up to 25 minutes with nylon mowing head
ENERGY EFFICIENT BRUSHLESS EC MOTOR
The STIHL EC motor is energy efficient and practically maintenance free, delivering the right power just when you need it.
ADJUSTABLE LOOP HANDLE
The sturdy loop handle makes using the FSA 60 easy and it can also be adjusted to suit your height, without tools.
The metal spacer bracket means you can trim precisely around trees, plants and other objects without damaging them. It can also be folded up when it isn't needed.
SAFE BATTERY LOCKING POSITION
There are two positions for the battery - in the first neutral position, the battery is secured in the grass trimmer but is not connected to the contacts, so you can carry the battery around easily without the risk of the trimmer starting accidentally. Once you push the battery in fully, you can easily start the tool.
CHARGE LEVEL INDICATOR ON THE BATTERY
So you know how much charge you have left, the charge level can be viewed at any time using the four LEDs on the battery.
EASY TO EXTEND THE MOWING LINE
The FSA 60 comes with the AutoCut C 6-2 mowing head as standard which uses nylon mowing line. If the mowing line breaks off, you can just tap the head on the ground to automatically feed out more line.
Q: WHAT TYPE OF CUTTING ATTACHMENT DOES THIS USE?
A: Although the FSA 60 comes supplied with the AutoCut C 6-2 mowing head, which you can buy replacement mowing line for, you can also fit the PolyCut 7-3 or the DuroCut 5-2 to this machine to suit the type of grass you are cutting. They can be swapped without using tools too.
Q: HOW LONG DOES THE BATTERY LAST?
A: The AK 20 battery will last up to 25 minutes or enough time to mow up to 1250 metres of lawn edges, depending on the type of grass that is being cut and how the tool is being used.
Q: HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CHARGE?
A: To fully charge an AK 20 battery using the AL 101 charger, it takes 180 minutes, or to charge it up to 80%, it takes 135 minutes.
Q: WHAT SIZE GARDEN WILL IT MAINTAIN?
A: The FSA 60 is the ideal grass trimmer for medium to large gardens with different areas of grass to trim.
Q: WHAT BATTERY DOES IT USE?
A: The tool is powered by an interchangeable 36V Lithium-Ion battery.
Q: ARE THE BATTERIES INTERCHANGEABLE?
A: Yes, all of the tools in the AK System use the same style of battery. There are three different batteries in the range, which all have different capacities. For the FSA 60, the AK 20 battery is included, but you can use the AK 30 battery in this tool too. AP batteries will not fit in this tool.
#1 CLEANING YOUR FSA 60
When you have finished using the trimmer, remove the battery and clean using a damp cloth or soft brush.
#2 STORING YOUR FSA 60
Store your FSA 60 in a clean and dry area and keep out of the reach of children at all times. Batteries should also be stored in a clean, dry place that doesn’t get too cold.
#3 MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MOWING LINE
To get the most from your mowing line, simply pop it in a bucket of water for 12-24 hours before using it to make it more flexible and less likely to break.
|CUTTING HEAD||AutoCut C 6-2|
|RUNTIME WITH AK 20 BATTERY MIN||up to 25|
|BATTERY INCLUDED||AK 20
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