If you have ever used a strimmer or brushcutter for any length of time you will remember how quickly your arm aches due to the vibrations from the motor. As you sway the tool back and forth through the foliage your arms soon grow tired and you need to take breaks or suffer the following day. However, you can reduce the strain caused by using a strimmer or brushcutter for long periods by investing in a strimmer harness, which in turn improves productivity. Professional and amateur gardeners alike can benefit from the added support a harness gives. Browse through our large selection to find one that suits your needs.
What is the difference between a strimmer and a brushcutter?A strimmer is a motorised garden tool which uses a line made from a flexible plastic, which when spun at high speeds acts as a blade which can cut through grass and weeds with ease. A brushcutter is a similar tool, but instead of a line, it uses a blade, this means that it has more powerful cutting abilities and can easily cut through foliage and even small trees.