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Mcculloch M46-110R Self Propelled Petrol Lawnmower Wickes Clearance (Free C&C) £149.99

£149.99 @ Wickes
Part of the Wickes Clearance for local collection only but there is still limited stock at all stores near me (at least 1). Wickes say £30 off but that may be on a previous reduction as it seems to re… Read More
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Part of the Wickes Clearance for local collection only but there is still limited stock at all stores near me (at least 1). Wickes say £30 off but that may be on a previous reduction as it seems to retail for around £250 elsewhere.

Worth noting while searching to make sure you are looking at the 'MCM46-110R' not the 'MCM46-110' as the no R version is cheaper as it is a push mower.

Engine: 4 Stroke McCulloch

Cutting Width: 46cm (18")

Collection Capacity: 50 Litres

Lowest cutting height on this is 30mm similar spec machines seem to go to 25mm if you like a lower cut.

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Type CODE20 in voucher box for click and collect and get £20 discount total price £129.99. Code has to be uppercase.
- phil1982uk
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#1
says oos
1 Like #2
feckineejit
says oos


Sorry I did mention in the first sentence of my description "local collection only" etc. Worth checking your local stock.
#3
Ordered, seems to be a good deal thanks!
#4
Plenty of stock around the Yorkshire / midlands area
#5
Was interested, but reviews really poor.
Thanks for posting
#6
Daftasabrush
Was interested, but reviews really poor.
Thanks for posting
Bought one anyway, cheap for the money. Reviews say say it does not cut low enough,but my garden is very large but uneven, our current lawnmower is set at medium height and is knackered, not willing to leave until spring to sort out and pay a premium.
#7
If your going to buy a petrol lawn mower make sure it's self propelled. it makes cutting the lawn so easy. getting it to start can be pain especially when it's cold.
#8
I've never been impressed by McCulloch's quality. I'd be surprised if it was still serviceable in 3 years time, even with a smaller garden.
#9
frenchian
I've never been impressed by McCulloch's quality. I'd be surprised if it was still serviceable in 3 years time, even with a smaller garden.

Maybe I have been lucky but I have had mine 7 years. Haven't changed the oil or serviced since and it still going strong. Pretty sure it was pretty much the equivalent model. Got it from Wickes for just under a £100 thanks to a post on here.
#10
Does any one know how long the warranty is?

Thinking of going for it however the cutting height seems a bit of a concern as a few reviews have mentioned this.
#11
Aargh! I was dreading this being posted as my local has low stock I was waiting for the 1st March as you can get an additional 15% off with the in store voucher there currently giving out.

Had to just buy it now in case it goes out of stock! Will keep it boxed and return and buy it again with the voucher now instead
#12
BTW it is so much better for the lawn to not cut it short, should never really cut an average type turf less than an inch, cut little and often if you want a good lawn
1 Like #13
Bought a similar model via a HUKD a few years ago. Not impressed, engine was good but didn't cut low enough and the height adjustment controls on the front were quickly damaged so that the cut height kept changing whenever I bumped into anything. I have now spent a bit more and bought a greenworks lithium battery mower. Electric, light, no cords and cuts nice and low. The less I have to cut the lawn and the easier it is to do the better...

Link to mower we have - not a hot deal but may be of interest to lazy people like me.

https://www.tesco.com/direct/greenworks-40v-40cm-cordless-lawnmower-with-battery-and-charger/644-8520.prd?source=others
#14
Have one of these, bought two years ago. Engine has been fine: alway starts first time but after one season, the self propel mechanism started to lock one of the wheels when you pulled it backwards, then the self propel mechanism stopped working altogether.

I wouldn't buy another.
#16


Hi Zuulan....that's a totally different mower. That one is the 40cm push version isn't it?
#17
Can you take the handles apart for storage? I've got quite a small shed
1 Like #18
" never been impressed by Mcculloch quality"? Mcculloch = Husqvarna
#19
Crucial bit of info is missing... engine size and output!
1 Like #20
A lot of "branded" lawnmowers have had cost cutting and quality cuts.

Mountfield used to have nice die cast aluminium decks and good quality fittings, all made in the UK as well.
The last one I bought was made in Italy, had a steel deck & no end of trouble with things like the engine detaching itself, the wheel bearing bushes wearing, wheels jamming up, stop start switch failing & poor starting etc.
To do all that properly would probably cost an extra £20~30, but no one seems to offer a well engineered mower for say £100 more than the cheap nasty ones.


Edited By: jaizan on Feb 20, 2017 19:18
2 Likes #21
My dad put his Mountfield in for a service in 1991 and was given a Honda as a loan.

The guy who ran the place went awol so his mountfield was gone, but he liked the Honda as it always started first time.

26 years later, he's had it serviced once in that entire time, the only maintenance he ever does is sharpen the blade at the start of ever spring. It still starts first time.

10 years ago I made my first lawn mower purchase a used Honda. They are the best and require virtually no maintenance.
1 Like #22
Collected mine today, last one in local store.
Really pleased I bought it!
Thanks for posting, that's what this site is about, bargains!
#23
buckfast67uk
My dad put his Mountfield in for a service in 1991 and was given a Honda as a loan.
The guy who ran the place went awol so his mountfield was gone, but he liked the Honda as it always started first time.
26 years later, he's had it serviced once in that entire time, the only maintenance he ever does is sharpen the blade at the start of ever spring. It still starts first time.
10 years ago I made my first lawn mower purchase a used Honda. They are the best and require virtually no maintenance.

Does his Honda have a steel deck? If so, he's doing very well to get 26 years out of it.

Like a lot of machinery, a mower is only as good as its weakest components.
#24
MrJinxy
Aargh! I was dreading this being posted as my local has low stock I was waiting for the 1st March as you can get an additional 15% off with the in store voucher there currently giving out.
Had to just buy it now in case it goes out of stock! Will keep it boxed and return and buy it again with the voucher now instead

That's the HotUKDeals spirit!!
#25
campag64
" never been impressed by Mcculloch quality"? Mcculloch = Husqvarna

That's like saying Fiat = Maserati, or Seat = Bugatti... just because there is common ownership, does not mean different brands are made to the same spec and quality.
#26
jaizan
A lot of "branded" lawnmowers have had cost cutting and quality cuts.

Mountfield used to have nice die cast aluminium decks and good quality fittings, all made in the UK as well.
The last one I bought was made in Italy, had a steel deck & no end of trouble with things like the engine detaching itself, the wheel bearing bushes wearing, wheels jamming up, stop start switch failing & poor starting etc.
To do all that properly would probably cost an extra £20~30, but no one seems to offer a well engineered mower for say £100 more than the cheap nasty ones.



just bought one of these not opened yet but the steel deck your talking about is stainless steel
#27
Type CODE20 in voucher box for click and collect and get £20 discount total price £129.99. Code has to be uppercase. Good luck just ordered mine

Edited By: dan_is_the_man01 on Feb 21, 2017 21:19
#28
thanks ordered
#29
Aigars
thanks ordered
Did the code work?
1 Like #30
yes mate, thanks
#31
Yes I used the code and got it for £129.99 just picked mine up
#32
I picked one up to - but it shows the model code as Mcculloch M46-125WR on the box. Is this better?
#33
How is this mower running? Some thoughts? Thanks :D
#34
Looks like you have a 125cc engine instead of 110cc. Otherwise similar spec I think! Your certainly better off to say the least
#35
I picked mine up this morning and don't forget some oil when your there as you will need that also.
Filled it all up and gave it a go and very pleased with it, very easy to start and use.
#36
Ok had this mower for two years so here is an honest review.
Starts very easily
Cuts well
Does not cut low enough
The self propelled is one pace which is a fast walk, you then have to rock it forward to disengage the self drive.
It is very heavy
All in all by far the worst mower I have had in 30 years. Mine will be sold in the spring as I hate it.
I bought s toro late last year with variable self drive and is so much better.

Edited By: hutchir9 on Feb 22, 2017 18:12
#37
hutchir9
Ok had this mower for two years so here is an honest review.
Starts very easily
Cuts well
Does not cut low enough
The self propelled is one pace which is a fast walk, you then have to rock it forward to disengage the self drive.
It is very heavy
All in all by far the worst mower I have had in 30 years. Mine will be sold in the spring as I hate it.
I bought s toro late last year with variable self drive and is so much better.

Interesting & useful feedback but what we must remember when comparing products is the price, this mower is £150 vs the Toro which is +£500
#38
royy
jaizan
A lot of "branded" lawnmowers have had cost cutting and quality cuts.
Mountfield used to have nice die cast aluminium decks and good quality fittings, all made in the UK as well.
The last one I bought was made in Italy, had a steel deck & no end of trouble with things like the engine detaching itself, the wheel bearing bushes wearing, wheels jamming up, stop start switch failing & poor starting etc.
To do all that properly would probably cost an extra £20~30, but no one seems to offer a well engineered mower for say £100 more than the cheap nasty ones.
just bought one of these not opened yet but the steel deck your talking about is stainless steel

The steel deck I'm talking about is certainly NOT stainless steel. I put 3 extra layers of paint on it before first use, yet still there was some rust.
#39
jaizan
royy
jaizan
A lot of "branded" lawnmowers have had cost cutting and quality cuts.
Mountfield used to have nice die cast aluminium decks and good quality fittings, all made in the UK as well.
The last one I bought was made in Italy, had a steel deck & no end of trouble with things like the engine detaching itself, the wheel bearing bushes wearing, wheels jamming up, stop start switch failing & poor starting etc.
To do all that properly would probably cost an extra £20~30, but no one seems to offer a well engineered mower for say £100 more than the cheap nasty ones.
just bought one of these not opened yet but the steel deck your talking about is stainless steel

The steel deck I'm talking about is certainly NOT stainless steel. I put 3 extra layers of paint on it before first use, yet still there was some rust.


sorry jaizan misread your post my apologies
#40
Have any of you guys worked out what the steel springy type thingamejig in the fixtures is for? Stuck mine together very easily, despite reviews saying about the grass box, but i am left with this metal twisty rod. It doesnt look like a spare part as looked over the whole mower and cant see a match... is it a tool for removal of something ???

TIA :-)

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