STIHL KMA 1351R Cordless KombiEngine from Maurice Allen

STIHL KMA 1351R Cordless KombiEngine

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Robust and powerful cordless KombiEngine in a contemporary design with an AP battery slot in the power tool. For working in noise sensitive environments. Versatile use due to wide range of STIHL KombiTools. Ergonomic control handle with three-level speed pre-selection and LED display as well as infinitely variable speed control, loop handle, and air filter for long service life. The KMA 135 R cannot be used with the FSB-KM brushcutter.

Technical data

Technical data Value
Weight kg 3.4
Weight kg 1) 3.4

1) Without battery

Standard features


  • STIHL EC-EngineZoom
    STIHL EC-Engine

    The STIHL brushless electric motor (EC) is very energy efficient and practically maintenance free. Thanks to its outstanding efficiency, the battery power is directly translated into impressive performance. During operation, the electronically controlled EC motor permanently monitors the load and adjusts the engine accordingly.

  • Battery slotZoom
    Battery slot

    AP batteries can be inserted directly into the battery slot. This will make your work even more mobile and flexible.

  • Air filter with metal meshZoom
    Air filter with metal mesh

    The easy-to-clean air filter ensures a long service life and optimum engine cooling.

  • Ergonomic control handle with speed adjustmentZoom
    Ergonomic control handle with speed adjustment

    The speed can be controlled in three stages using the ergonomic control handle, which has a built-in LED display. This ensures energy-efficient work and longer running times.

  • Quick-release couplingZoom
    Quick-release coupling

    The quick-release coupling allows the KombiSystem to be quickly dismantled into two parts for easy transport and storage – and then re-assembled quickly without tools.

  • Loop handleZoom
    Loop handle

    The loop handled grass trimmers and brushcutters are ideal for working in areas where space is limited, e.g. thinning between bushes and shrubs.



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