3.5HP Petrol Lawnmower - £82.47 Delivered @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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You need to purchase a sim card (from £2.47) that attracts free delivery to get it for this price including delivery, otherwise it's £84.85 delivered.

The Professional petrol rotary lawnmower features a metal chassis and metal blades with a cutting width of 45cm. This petrol powered lawnmower has a 143cc engine and comes with a substantial 50L grass box capacity. This 3.5hp petrol rotarylawnmower also features an adjustable cutting height and comes complete with a fold down handle for easy storage. Weight 33kg NEVER transport petrol-powered products with petrol inside. We are unable to accept a returned item containing petrol. This does not affect your statutory rights.

Blade Material Metal
Brand Professional
Chassis Material Metal
Feature 1 Power rate: 3.5hp
Feature 2 Central high adjustment
Feature 3 Max speed: 3100 min-1
Features of Product Power rate: 3.5hp. Central high adjustment. Max speed 3100min-1
Fold Down Handle Yes
Grass Box Capacity 50l
Individual Height Adjustment Yes
Power 143cc
Product Depth 98.5 cm
Product Height 51.5 cm
Product Weight 33kg
Product Width 55.5 cm
Self Propelled No
Width of Cut in cm 45
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/6/SS08202-0566TPS285873.jpg

You need to purchase a sim card (from £2.47) that attracts free delivery to get it for £82.47 including delivery, otherwise it's £84.85 delivered.
#2
........... :thumbsup:
banned#3
How do you select store collection option?
#5
wellfan;2210374
How do you select store collection option?

You can't do instore for this item as it is classed as a large item requiring courier delivery
#6
This one is a push along, not self propelled, and it is possible to get self propelled petrol powered mowers for around £99 in sales. I would only use petrol mowers because I can't stand dragging a cable around and the battery ones aren't quite up to the job. But the weight of the engine makes them an effort to push so I would recommend self propelled if you can find one for a bit more than this.

However, it is a good price for the 143cc engine alone, especially if it turns out to be an indestructible Briggs and Stratton one. I may buy this for a fun summer project adapting the engine to power a kids go-kart.

Voted hot for the engine.
#7


Hmm, interesting link, Argos seem to be having a few problems and that reveals they use Websphere.
#8
BBBBBBAAAAASSSSTTTTTAAAAARRRRDDDD!!!!!!
Went out of stock as I was ordering!
1 Like #9
I would stay well clear. These type of cheap mowers have chinese made engines (not B&S or Honda) which parts can only be got from manufacturer's directly (at a high price and that's if they have them in stock) and so servicing centre's won't generally touch them. We get many of these type of machines been scrapped after only 1 season. If you spend a little bit more on a reliable make with a proper backup service then they usually prove far more cost affective.
#10
Any recommendations Wayne?
Already had my fingers burned by buying a Mountfield Sp470 from B&Q. Belt cover lasted about nine months and B&Q won't entertain a refund.
Quick search shows 470 has a terrible record for longevity.
I'd prefer a powered model if possible. What's a sensible amount to spend for a reasonable cost/quality balance?
Alternatively, would a service centre fix my Mountfield? What would a new belt cover and general service cost?
#11
http://www.wolf-online.co.uk/product.asp?id=001764

How about this? The specs look great and I've been tempted but have resisted so far:thumbsup:
#12
androoski

However, it is a good price for the 143cc engine alone, especially if it turns out to be an indestructible Briggs and Stratton one.
Voted hot for the engine.



i was thinking same thing, if its a Briggs and Stratton engine this is a hot deal!
i have a 10 year old lawn mower thats still going strong, alright paint work has mostly come off and a few other things but the Briggs and Stratton Engine in it has never let me down once,mine is push along type but doesnt take much effort :thumbsup:
#13
cheapskate58
http://www.wolf-online.co.uk/product.asp?id=001764

How about this? The specs look great and I've been tempted but have resisted so far:thumbsup:


Looks good but what is a " Lawn Stripper" as in specs
Mind Boogles :p
#14
Confiteor
Any recommendations Wayne?
Already had my fingers burned by buying a Mountfield Sp470 from B&Q. Belt cover lasted about nine months and B&Q won't entertain a refund.
Quick search shows 470 has a terrible record for longevity.
I'd prefer a powered model if possible. What's a sensible amount to spend for a reasonable cost/quality balance?
Alternatively, would a service centre fix my Mountfield? What would a new belt cover and general service cost?


I would normally expect Mountfields to be good. If your lawn is big then an appropriate mower is going to cost. For smaller lawns (less than 2 tennis courts) then a reasonable value mower is McCulloch, which use Briggs and Stratton engines and although some of the cheaper ones are not steel chassis they are easy to fix and spares are easy to get.

I think McCulloch is a brand that belongs to Electrolux.
#15
Out of stock
#16
Bully
Looks good but what is a " Lawn Stripper" as in specs
Mind Boogles :p


As any fule kno, a "Lawn Stripper" is a feature to help you take your mind off the mind-numbingly boring task of grass cutting.

Not a feature to be used when the wife or the neighbours are looking tho':-D
#17
false economy these cheapo mowers are absolute **** the engines will burn out after a summer.

buy a honda it will last at least 10 years

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