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CHEESE2009
03-29-2010, 12:38 PM
SR 450 Backpack Sprayer

This new powerful backpack sprayer for farm or professional use features a low emission, fuel efficient stratified charge engine. It easily converts from liquid sprayer to granular spreader.

http://www.stihl.ca/images/whatsnew/SR%20450%20WN.jpg

This is a new product from STIHL.

Looks interesting, clumsy, but interesting!

Looks like an attachment or something, I'm confused!



LMAO

http://sthil.ca/images/products/man.jpg

http://img.imaginecasting.com/blog/robocop.jpg

SuperiorPower
03-29-2010, 12:56 PM
I believe they have had attachments like that for some of their other blowers. I have a customer with several STIHL blowers that have the "mount" on the top for the mister attachment. I am just curious how well this actually works though....

CHEESE2009
03-29-2010, 01:06 PM
I am just curious how well this actually works though....

Me too!

This would save me some trouble, I love attachments.

When I go by the shop, I'll ask them about it.

The guy already told me the gutter cleaning attachment SUCKS.

It attaches to a hand-held blower, though. I can't imagine that being of any use, especially with wet debris. Just another mess to cleanup.


Another question:

For those who purchase from a STHIL dealer, what do they offer when it comes to a warranty?

My dealer has me purchase a 6 pack of motor oil: $15.00, & I get a 2 year warranty.

I think it's the best warranty I have ever been offered!

Dealer: You know for an extra $250.00, we can give you a year warranty on that camera!
Scott: You know, the camera only cost me $400.00, keep the damn warranty!

Geez... lol

Steve
03-29-2010, 09:02 PM
With that fogger attachment, could you also do weddings? :D

http://www.directsound.com/images/000.jpg

picframer
03-29-2010, 09:08 PM
I believe they have had attachments like that for some of their other blowers. I have a customer with several STIHL blowers that have the "mount" on the top for the mister attachment. I am just curious how well this actually works though....

Stihl has had this unit for some time, I looked at one back in April of last year but it doesn't really fit into what we do.