24" Petrol Powered Cultivator
With exceptional performance and style, the Cobra T60RL Cultivator is powered by a 196cc Loncin Euro 5 engine, has a tilling width of 24" and 6 high quality steel blades. The T60RL also has reverse gear and crop protectors.
› Engine: 196cc Loncin Euro 5
› Tilling Width: 60cm / 24"
› Domestic Warranty: 2 Years
› Weight: 45kg
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N.B £40.00 charge for deliveries to Northern Ireland
Every Cobra cultivator has been expertly designed in the U.K to cater specifically for
the changing conditions of the British garden.
Cultivate your garden with the T60RL
Featuring forward and reverse gears
The T60RL Cultivator from Cobra is an extremely versatile tiller, great for a variety of gardening situations. With a 24" working width and 6 high quality steel tines with crop protectors, the T60RL can cultivate up to a 250mm depth and performs equally well in both soft and compacted soil. This cultivator also features a reverse gear and a front wheel for ease of transportation.
Cobra puts the power in your hands
The Cobra T60RL petrol cultivator has been designed to make cultivating your garden a simple and effortless task.
The ergonomically positioned controls not only make operator use more comfortable, but more importantly, make using Cobra cultivators as safe as possible.
Cobra cultivators are packed with innovative and ground breaking features to help
you to maintain your garden with minimum effort.
24" Working width for getting
the job done quicker
The Cobra T60RL petrol cultivator has a generous 24" working width meaning you can get more work done in a shorter time.
The right sized cultivator can make short work of preparing soil ready for new plantings and for the mixing in of compost, manure and fertilisers. Get your garden in shape with Cobra cultivators.
6 Robust steel tines for
With 6 steel cultivating tines and a reverse gear, the Cobra T60RL petrol cultivator is well equipped for turning over soil in medium to large gardens.
Cobra cultivators are good for loosening the soil in an existing planting area, weeding the area during the growing season and mixing compost into the soil.