EXPIRED ! Bosch Qualcast , Suffolk Punch 12E Electric Cylinder Mower was £309 now reduced to only £167.95p @ Very - HotUKDeals
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Hi, I know its the wrong time of the year but this is a great bargain for the coming spring,so think ahead and forget the cold.
Bosch Qualcast , Suffolk Punch 12E Electric Cylinder Mower was £309 now reduced to only £167.95p delivered @ Very and Marshall Ward
Plus 8% Quidco should bring the price down to ONLY £150.88p !

Thats over £80 cheaper than ANY OTHER web price I can find.

SORRY , BUT NOW SOLD OUT.
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1 Like #1
This is very hot,but wanting a petrol rotary.
#2
Could be a miss print.
#3
peterwain
Could be a miss print.

NO ,This price is correct.
#4
Don't do it a trip to any tip will show you how long electric mowers last for.
1 Like #5
For a petrol one 14sk model
£450+
So great price for an electric one
#6
Out of stock
#7
Why are these so much more expensive than like a Flymo hover mower? Serious question!
#8
spladam
Why are these so much more expensive than like a Flymo hover mower? Serious question!

usually a rotary gives a finer (lower) and more even cut than a conventional mower. Overkill for most but usefull for those that want the bowling green finish.

Edited By: 1982 on Jan 05, 2011 17:30
#9
Don't you mean cylinders give a better cut than rotary mowers?
I remember trying to force my dads push a long cylinder mower when I was 10, that hadn't had its blades sharpened in 20 years! It gave a great cut when sharp and grass was dry. Moved to electric rotary and they just clog up if grass damp. Then got a petrol rotary which I still use and am happy with but still clogs sometimes. Never used electric cylinder but would think they are second only to petrol cylinder.
The best method at present is pet rabbits loose in garden (now that they have stopped digging) and a dog going around eating the pellets! Very short grass and little mess.
#10
because its like cutting grass with scissors rather than whacking it with knife.
#11
I believe another advantage of cylinder mowers is that they give those classic lawn stripes that you just can't get with a flymo!
#12
Laydon
Don't do it a trip to any tip will show you how long electric mowers last for.


I have a Qualcast electric mower which dates from 1991 and has been used every season since. The only thing that has gone wrong is the drive belt snapped which was easily replaced with the part costing £4.

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