The Husqvarna 122LK combi line trimmer is the first whipper snipper in Husqvarna's range with a split shaft. This versatile trimmer can be converted into a hedge trimmer, polesaw, blower, tiller, broom and edger simply by removing the trimmer head and replacing it with the relevant click-on attachment. We recommend the 122LK trimmer for home owners and acreage owners looking for a versatile value for money straight shaft brushcutter.
Multi-purpose power head with click on attachments
Split shaft for easy storage
Twin line, easy spool bump feed head
Grass bevel gearbox designed for high torque and cutting equipment parallel to the ground
Air purge for easy starting
Easy to operate choke control
Low noise engine design
Auto return stop switch, automatically returns to the run position
Ergonomic, adjustable handle
Lightweight, only 4.7kg
0.8hp / 0.6kw
Maximum power speed
Maximum engine speed
Fuel tank volume
Vibration level front handle
vibraiton level rear handle
Sound level at operator's eary
Husqvarna 122LD features
This video details the features of the Husqvarna 122C line trimmer, including: the low noise engine, lightweight design, easy operation, smart start, choke operation, auto return on-off switch and low maintenance requirements.
How to respool a Husqvarna trimmer head
This video gives a detailed demonstration on how to re-spool your trimmer head including: removal of the outer cover, winding the trimmer line onto the inner spool, re-inserting the inner spool, the correct length of trimmer line required and replacing the outer cover of the spool.
Husqvarna 122LD with attachments
This video demonstrates the 122LD in action. The easy to use click-on, click off attachments are all demonstrated including the: trimmer, edger, polesaw, hedge trimmer and blower. The smart start feature, requiring 40% less starting effort, is also shown.
Spooling your trimmer head
In this video we will run through the three main types of trimmer heads and how to spool them. Pick up tips along the way to help you with your trimmer and accessory choices.