729mm single sided professional hedge trimmer that's balanced and lightweight.

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The ECHO HCS-3210 single sided hedge trimmer has been designed to give the best possible finish whilst making your work effortless and enjoyable. Lightweight, ergonomic design with a powerful 21.2 cm³ engine ensures exceptional performance without causing fatigue. The front facing exhaust pipe keeps emissions away from the user and hedge whilst the cooling air intake keeps the engine at optimal temperature throughout operation. With new 24mm cutter blades that run at an increased stroke rate of 4670 (1/min) trimming is precise and effortless.

Clean finishing.

Clean finishing.

Long and thin blades provide superior cutting performance. The leaf collector ensures trimmings are kept from falling inside the hedge.

Built for professionals.

Built for professionals.

Professional grade components, a powerful ECHO engine and renowned Japanese construction make the HCS-3210ES a robust and dependable hedge trimmer suitable for daily professional application.

Ergonomic, balanced and lightweight.

Ergonomic, balanced and lightweight.

With the right tool, even the most grueling of jobs can become enjoyable. The HCS-3210ES is built to feel good, with intuitive controls that are where you need them and solid, professional construction.

Best Features.

Clean Finishing

Designed for clean and precise cutting.


Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.

Ease of Use

Power on and get to work. Intuitive controls and features make your job a breeze.

Product Details.

Engine displacement (cm³) 21.2
Output (kw) 0.6
Output (ps) 0.8
Dry Weight (kg) 4.8
Fuel tank capacity (l) 0.39
Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h) 0.40
Start Assist System ES-Start
Cutter Type Single
Cutting Length (mm) 729
Cutter Pitch (mm) 35
Cutter Clearance Adjustment-free
Stroke Rate (cuts/min) 4700
Vibration Front handle/Rear handle (m/s²) 9.0 / 6.7
Sound pressure level (dB(A)) 98.2
Sound power level (dB(A)) 107.3
CO² (g/kW・h) 1 1380
This CO² measurement results from testing a (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions and does not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.