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Cordless Lawnmower RMA 339

for Tennis Court Sized Lawns


Lightweight battery-powered lawn mower for small gardens


Price: From €447.15 ex VAT / €549.99 inc VAT
Brand: Stihl


Tags: STIHL COMPACT CORDLESS

The first question we always get asked is how long does the battery last? The first question which should be asked is 'How large is my lawn' 

For example this Where to buy the Stihl RMA 339 is the mid level compact cordless lawnmower suitable for mowing a lawn of 300m2 / 3100 ft2

So thats about the size of a Tennis Court..

Thats all you need to keep in mind. No more need for storing petrol. No more need for hard to start engines. You can cut your grass at 7am on a Sunday without disturbing the neighbors. No annual servicing. Store away for the winter with your battery at 1/3 charge pull everything out the following summer and off you go. 

The biggest advantages of the STIHL RMA 339 are that is lightweight, cordless and easy to handle. Its innovative STIHL COMPACT battery system runs off powerful lithium-ion cells. The batteries can be used for many other STIHL machines with this battery system by simply unplugging and replugging them. For especially economical mowing, collecting and retrofittable mulching, use the activatable eco mode. It automatically adapts the motor speed to the required power, for the greatest possible mowing time. The flow-optimised blade also increases the energy efficiency. This saves valuable battery capacity and increases the coverage. But that is not all: the lawn mower is also equipped with a foldable grass catcher box as well as central cutting height adjustment. This enables the compact machine to achieve the best results on small and medium-sized lawns, and its straightforward handling makes it popular with all gardeners.




For more information about Cordless Lawnmower RMA 339 please call us on 01 419 28 00 or email one of the sales team at or visit us in Walkinstown, Dublin.
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