Husqvarna to launch range of battery-powered tools

By Lewis Tyler22 February 2023

Husqvarna is to launch a new range of garden power tools that is compatable with the Power for All battery Alliance.

The Aspire range of garden tools from Husqvarna Photo: Husqvarna

Launched in 2020 by Bosch and Husqvarnas Gardena division, the Power for All Alliance is a cross-brand battery collaboration which allows users of garden tools to operate multiple devices via an 18V battery.

The new Aspire range from Husqvarna, which joined the alliance in 2022, includes a robotic mower, walk behind mower, grass trimmer, pruner, hedge trimmer and blower.

Described by the company as “compact, efficient, easy to store and intuitive,” the tools will be distributed across the UK and Ireland by 58 of the company’s distributors alongside a range of storage solutions.

Pavel Hajman, acting CEO of Husqvarna Group, said, “Electrification is changing society and is essential in the transition to a low-carbon economy.

“Husqvarna Group is on an electrification journey with great ambitions to enable garden owners to shift from fossil fuel to battery-powered products. Successful collaborations and powerful batteries really make a difference in this progress.”

The release of the Aspire range is the latest move the company has made to accelerate the use of battery-powered products. Husqvarna has previously outlined plans to have 67% of the its motorized products run on electricity by 2026.

According to the company, 37% of all sales generated in 2021 were from electric products.

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