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Hayter Spirit 4 Wheel Push Petrol Rotary Mower £209.99

£209.99 @ Amazon
* 4 wheel petrol push mower with 41cm cut * ABS polymer deck * Briggs & Stratton 500 series engine * Grassbag capacity 55 litres * Weight 29kg Box Contains # 1 x Mower … Read More
dmorison Avatar
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
* 4 wheel petrol push mower with 41cm cut
* ABS polymer deck
* Briggs & Stratton 500 series engine
* Grassbag capacity 55 litres
* Weight 29kg

Box Contains
# 1 x Mower
# 1 x Handles
# 1 x Grassbox
# 1 x Instruction book

Seems excellent for the price, and cheapest anywhere.
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dmorison Avatar
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Very good price, but this model has rear wheels not a roller so if your lawn is not flat you could have problems with an uneven cut
#2
4 wheel rotary mowers always have rear wheels. A roller type is a completely different genre, and cannot be a criticism of this particular model. 4 wheel types are by far the most popular. I would argue that 4 wheelers are the only type to be used on uneven ground anyway, as a wimpy roller will not roll anything flat other than small ant hills.

That said, from the photo this doesn't appear very adjustable in height, and the rears look a bit small and narrow. I would go for a driven unit every time (I like my Honda...).

For that reason, I'm out.
#3
Hayter mowers are excellent domestic machines.
Good price for this machine,even if there is no roller.
A roller is only for giving a stripe effect on the grass!
Self driven mowers are handy on larger gardens or garden with inclines.
I have used Hayters for the past 18 years and am only on my 3rd machine which I bought 3 years ago so hopefully I`ll get another 7 years.
Hot deal!
#4
JayDubya
4 wheel rotary mowers always have rear wheels. A roller type is a completely different genre, and cannot be a criticism of this particular model. 4 wheel types are by far the most popular. I would argue that 4 wheelers are the only type to be used on uneven ground anyway, as a wimpy roller will not roll anything flat other than small ant hills.That said, from the photo this doesn't appear very adjustable in height, and the rears look a bit small and narrow. I would go for a driven unit every time (I like my Honda...).For that reason, I'm out.


Beg to differ, I would always go for a roller not just for the stripes, but because the roller deals much better with uneven surfaces and edges as there will always be the highest point of lawn supporting the back of the machine. There is much greater risk of patch scalping the lawn with rear wheels, if one of the wheels sink. I have used both types and always prefer the roller
#5
Dinger42


Beg to differ, I would always go for a roller not just for the stripes, but because the roller deals much better with uneven surfaces and edges as there will always be the highest point of lawn supporting the back of the machine. There is much greater risk of patch scalping the lawn with rear wheels, if one of the wheels sink. I have used both types and always prefer the roller


Well, its down to preference I guess, but in your example, to physically get the roller onto the "high point", you have to mow over it first. You'd need a roller at the front too! When I referred to "uneven", I imagined something far rougher, tufts and the like. I think, that has to be a reflection on the state of my "lawn" which is a bit more "fieldy" (that is a word - look into my eyes, not around the eyes...).

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