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RYOBI 140cc 4 STROKE PETROL LAWNMOWER £129.99 @ B&Q

£129.99 @ B&Q
**LIMITED IN STORE TO B&Q WAREHOUSE AND IS NOT ON WEB SITE** RYOBI 4 STROKE SELF PROPELLED 18" PETROL LAWNMOWER WITH 55 LITRE GRASS CAPACITY PRODUCT CODE: RLM140SP NORMAL DISTRIBUTOR RRP ON T…
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
**LIMITED IN STORE TO B&Q WAREHOUSE AND IS NOT ON WEB SITE**

RYOBI 4 STROKE SELF PROPELLED 18" PETROL LAWNMOWER WITH 55 LITRE GRASS CAPACITY

PRODUCT CODE: RLM140SP

NORMAL DISTRIBUTOR RRP ON THE MOWER IS £299.95

FEATURES

140cc OHV 4 Stroke Engine (No need to mix oil and petrol, for easy starting and convenient mowing)

Rear wheel self propelled for easy mowing

18" (45.7cm) Cut

Steel Deck

55 Litre Capacity Grass Bag

7 Position single height adjustment 19mm - 76mm for maximum versatility

Weight 32kg.
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#1
Self Propelled in the title made me think it had little hands and pushed itself along while using another arm to turn the blade.

"1400cc 4 Stroke Petrol 46cm blade Lawnmower " in the title might help :)
banned#2
schizoboy
Self Propelled in the title made me think it had little hands and pushed itself along while using another arm to turn the blade.

"1400cc 4 Stroke Petrol 46cm blade Lawnmower " in the title might help :)



Blimey that thing has got a big an engine as my old fiesta ;-)
#3
Have some heat
#4
Great deal. They were £100 dearer in B&Q just a couple of weeks back. Picked mine up this morning but only 1 more left in store (Leeds). Voted HOT!!
#5
Picked mine up late last night in Nottingham and there were still 6 left.
#6
Thanks for the post!

I picked mine up this morning. The price has been dropped to 129.99!

Thanks again
#7
what type of engine does it have? i hope its not the Chinese make.
#8
Probably a Rover engine:thumbsup:
#9
TCLeics
Probably a Rover engine:thumbsup:

That'll be a good one then!

Pathetic attempt at humour - not funny.
#10
Besford;5581320
That'll be a good one then!

Pathetic attempt at humour - not funny.


Spot on - the V6, V8's and the K series developed as a JV with Honda were classic engines. :thumbsup:
#11
Got one of these a few weeks back when they were on a 4 day offer. I work for B&Q and we only had 4 in stock, so I recommend you phone the store to check stock first.
Used it for the first time on tuesday and was really pleased with its performane and build quality, much better than some of the more expensive mowers out there.
#12
Called Crickelwood - 4 in stock at £159.99...
#13
What's the MPG on these? :-D

Good offer, am now considering doing grass cutting as a side line.

Edit: Decided it's too hot and petrol costs too much anyway lol.
#14
Were £159 in my local B&Q :(
#15
trying to ring around to find branch in North West with one in stock.

Anyone one have the B&Q product code as im having problems describing to some stores

Managed to find 1 now but £159.99 ;-(

Also what make is the most important bit the engine, as it worries me that its not listed on Ryobi website

Thanks
#16
Thinking about one of these back in B&Q at £160, anybody who has one got feedback on the lawnmower?
#17
Anyone want to buy a second hand petrol mower - couldn't resist this deal - it get's heat from me.
#18
i have the Ryobi OHV 140cc petrol lawn mower for the last six years and it has not failed me yet,, has done well over a thousand hours of hard work,, i found this machine to be very good for the job,, and the petrol tank hold's a nice bit of juice,, i live in Ireland so cutting grass can be a hit and miss business.. but when the weather is fine and dry i recommend cutting the garden as low as possible,, and then repeat the cut every 7-10 days,, weather permitting.

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