FELCO 801GMade in Switzerland by FELCO
- FELCO 801 version especially designed for left-handers.
Recommended forOur recommendation(1: Recommended, 2: Strongly recommended, 3: Best fit)
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FELCO technical specifications
Cutting head "1-30 mm"
Straight cutting head (viticulture), for accurate cutting.
The semi-open mode speeds up the cutting of small diameters.
The stand-by mode may be activated when moving, ensuring heightened safety.
Non-progressive blade lock
Deactivation of the progressive blade lock mode enables reversion to pneumatic cutting style.
FELCO's micrometric adjustment system guarantees an optimal adjustment of the cutting head throughout the life of the tool. It ensures a clean and precise cut.
The grease bolt enables easy and efficient lubrication of the cutting head without having to dismantle the tool.
The compact design of the pruning shears and the specific geometry of the cutting head enable easy access to the branches which require cutting.
The perfect diameter of the tool body, the synthetic, non-slip streamline shape and the pivot trigger ensure optimal handling.
Forged aluminum body
Lightweight, strong and sturdy thanks to special aluminum alloys and advanced precision forging methods perfectly mastered by FELCO.
Dependent on requirements, one or two batteries can be used at the same time or sequentially. The ultra-light and slim battery is completely independent from the control housing.
Before using, we recommend that you check the charge status of your tool and re-adjust the porterage where necessary.
It is advisable to clean your tool after each use. If your tool is particularly dirty or subject to rusting after exposure to moisture, do not delay cleaning.
It is advisable to sharpen your tool at least once a day, but if you feel that your tool is not cutting as well as usual, sharpen it right away!
Regulate the working of the blade and anvil-blade by adjusting the tightening of the nut. The blade should rub against the anvil-blade over 2/3 of its length.