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Ryobi 140cc Petrol Self-Propelled Lawn Mower with 45cm cutting diameter.

Looks like it is model RLM140SP...it is about £250 everywhere else. Good price for a branded mower.

Use voucher code FJ168347721 to get £5 off. Also 5% through Quidco.

Description from Ryobi's website
Model Specifications
Engine Displacement 140cm3
Deck Size 45cm
RPM 2700-3000 rpm
No Load Speed 25,000 rpm
Bag Size 55 Litres
Cutting Width 45cm
Net Weight 34 kg
Electronic Break
Dual Action Blade

Features
Large 55l Grass Collection Bag
Single Point Height Adjustment With 7 Position
20cm Diameter Back Wheel
Powerful 140cc OHV 4 Cycle Engine (4.5hp)
Foam V Handle For Comfort
Two Position Handle Adjustment
17cm Diameter Fron Wheels
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#1
Looks great 18" - tempted - bit heavy for me as i have to lift up steps @ 34 KG - any lighter 18" alloy don't need self propelled ??
#2
'Powerful 140cc OHV 4 Cycle Engine (4.5hp)'
'No Load Speed 25,000 rpm'
Keep well clear
#3
thx,took a punt,hopefuly it'll be a bit easier than my old flymo.
Grand Total £154.58 with discount code,hopefully quidco tracks ,if it does then another 5% off
#4
looks like quidco has tracked ,funny thing is they have tracked it at the net cost and didnt include the VAT,still another £6.79 off ,so cant moan :),so a total of £148.09 with discounts etc......
#5
Saw this in B&Q today priced at £160.98. More expensive than the Screwfix deal but may be of interest if you have a B&Q discount card.
It was model RLM140SP
#6
rogercat;8847544
Looks great 18" - tempted - bit heavy for me as i have to lift up steps @ 34 KG - any lighter 18" alloy don't need self propelled ??

good price for petrol one...ryobi are a good make and more than good enough for the home...have had a petrol strimmer for a year which so far has been very good (electric start helps!!)

id always get a self propelled one as it makes cutting MUCH easier.....34kg is light for a petrol one....about the same as my honda izy (paid about £300 for that 2 years ago, which is cheap...was £429) and its a million times better than awful electric ones
#7
screwfix site (using link) says 3.2hp OHV Engine.. not 4.5hp?
#8
this is what it says on:
http://www.ryobi-direct.com/acatalog/Ryobi_Lawnmower.html

Model Specifications
• Engine Displacement 140cm3
• Deck Size 45cm
• RPM 2700-3000 rpm
• No Load Speed 25,000 rpm
• Bag Size 55 Litres
• Cutting Width 45cm
• Net Weight 34 kg
• Electronic Break
• Dual Action Blade

Features
• Large 55l Grass Collection Bag
• Single Point Height Adjustment With 7 Position
• 20cm Diameter Back Wheel
• Powerful 140cc OHV 4 Cycle Engine
• Foam V Handle For Comfort
• Two Position Handle Adjustment
• 17cm Diameter Fron Wheels

..no mention of HP of engine.
#9
ekon
this is what it says on:
http://www.ryobi-direct.com/acatalog/Ryobi_Lawnmower.html

Model Specifications
• Engine Displacement 140cm3
• Deck Size 45cm
• RPM 2700-3000 rpm
• No Load Speed 25,000 rpm
• Bag Size 55 Litres
• Cutting Width 45cm
• Net Weight 34 kg
• Electronic Break
• Dual Action Blade

Features
• Large 55l Grass Collection Bag
• Single Point Height Adjustment With 7 Position
• 20cm Diameter Back Wheel
• Powerful 140cc OHV 4 Cycle Engine
• Foam V Handle For Comfort
• Two Position Handle Adjustment
• 17cm Diameter Fron Wheels

..no mention of HP of engine.


Any you KNOW this is the same one?
#10
well mine came today,via Parcel Force(next day free delivery) and mine's a Ryobi RLM140SP as shown in the link ekon provided http://www.ryobi-direct.com/acatalog/Ryobi_Lawnmower.html.
just given it a quick road test and it beats my old Flymo turbo Compact 330 hands down,picks up a hell of a lot more grass cuttings than my old mower ever did and its very quiet too which surprised me.
A letter that came inside the box thanking me for my purchase also states it has a 2 year warranty,so thats good.
just one pointer to any one getting one it don't come with any engine oil in it,so don't just fill it with petrol and start it,you will damage the engine.the manual says use 10w-30 oil,I luckily had some in my shed,you will need about 1ltr ish.

also if you fold down the handle after use remember to use the upper (the yellow one) lever as you unfold it for next use as it releases the engine brake,if you don't the starting string wont come out to allow the handle to extend.
#11
According to this place http://www.idealo.co.uk/list/8914877/ryobi-rlm140sp-reviews.html it has :Petrol Lawnmower / Power: 3,300 Watt / Engine Cycles: 4-Stroke / Displacement: 140 cc / Self Propelled / Start System: Pull Start / Cutting Width: 46 cm / Central Cutting Height Adjustment / Discharge: Rear Discharge / Features: Folding Handlebar / Rotary mower / Weight: 34.0 kg

3300 watts = 4.4253729 hp according to google,so i guess screwfix's specs are wrong ?any way all i care is it was cheap,2 year warranty,quiet and cuts the lawn fast,so im happy :)
#12
Guys - help appreciated here please. Would I be wasting money on a SP model? My current mower is HP (which has been fine) and I have a relatively average garden (8m x 10m front and back). I'm a strapping lad, but don't want to be dragged around the garden trying to hold it back.

Cheers for advice.
#13
Go for the SP it's definitely worth it. Once you get used to it, moving the lawn is effortless and takes a fraction of the time it used to. I did my lawn in about 15 mins today and it's about 75ft in length!
#14
Disco_D
Go for the SP it's definitely worth it. Once you get used to it, moving the lawn is effortless and takes a fraction of the time it used to. I did my lawn in about 15 mins today and it's about 75ft in length!


Cheers - ordered.

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