** Tesco Hand Push Petrol Lawn Mower now £52.50 (using code) @ Tesco Direct ** - HotUKDeals
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Need a mower. Get this and quick while stocks last. Using code TDX-KYNK gives extra £10 off so you only pay £52.50 but limited to new customers or those who don't mind registering for a new account. Also possible 5% discount with Quidco so that takes the total under 50.

Tidy up the lawn in no time with this Tesco Hand push petrol lawnmower. Easy to start, the lawnmower has a 98.5cc OHV 4 stroke engine with a large 50 litre collection bag.

Offering a 40cm cutting width, a cutting height of 25-70mm, the Tesco Hand push petrol lawnmower makes light work of cutting the grass.

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DuffRulez
being a petrol mower virgin:{

what do I have to do to get started?
what maintenance would be needed?
Unless this comes with a bottle of oil - you will need to buy lawnmower oil and top it up via the dipstick hole (small funnel will come in handy). Make sure you don't put the oil in the petrol tank by mistake. Screwfix does the oil half the price of B&Q/Homebase. You'll also need a petrol can if yo don't already have one.

Maintenance wise they don't need much. Maybe change the oil every 2 years, oil moving parts at the start/end of the season. At the end of the year run the engine until all petrol has been used (stops petrol gunking up carburretor) or you can add a petrol additive that prevents this. Good clean of the underneath before putting it away at the end of the year will also be helpful.

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#1
Good find & good price
#2
Very nice wonder if height adjustable
#3
ppatto
Very nice wonder if height adjustable


cutting height of 25-70mm,
#4
Why is this not hot ROFL?
#5
Remember to put some oil in when you get it as it does not have enough in. Other than that its a great mower. Hot
#6
great find,,,just got it for wednesday,,,thanks
1 Like #7
Very good price. Just paid £50 for a second-hand petrol mower!

We're at the end of the mower buying season so stores are starting to move stock; expect loads more gardening bargains over the next month or so!
#8
Bargain, bought this mower when it was £80 odd with the £10 discount so HOT from me :-)
#9
GRET PRICE and even cheaper than before. Bought this about 1 month ago and has been used 5 times. Very light and easy to start (every time first pull) and push. Great height adjustment. Can struggle with long grass but simply increase height, do one pass then lower and cut again. Only concern is that if you store not flat it can leak fuel and some of the screws need a good tighten. So far tho', very impressed.
#10
ordered, thanks :-)
#11
the worst to empty grass collector box I have ever used , the hole is too small to get the grass out!
1 Like #12
Got what initially looks like the identical model summer before last when listed on here for myself and my father. Mine is still fine but my fathers after 13 months continually cut out and stalled. Anyway, ordered a new one a few weeks ago and although it looks like the previous model, you now have just one height adjuster that is connected to all 4 wheels (to reduce costs I'd imagine) compared to individual adjusters on all 4 wheels. In saying that, the cut looks to be shorter that 25mm at its lowest setting. A fantastic buy at this price. I was quoted £75, £85, and £75 to £100 to service my father's lawnmower - we now have a new one with a years warranty for less than that!
Would defininitely recommend.
3 Likes #13
Just read the grass collector box comment.
Turn upside down, shake into garden waste bin, job done. How hard can that be?!
Lost for words!
#14
just ordered. thanks.
#15
whats the difference between this and this at £125?

look the same to me

http://www.tesco.com/direct/dobbies-essentials-push-petrol-mower-985cc-40cm-cut/788-6951.prd?skuId=788-6951
#16
Thanks OP just bought one. Great price and great find, have some heeeet!
#17
I purchased this from Tesco three years ago and somehow it is still going strong (paid around £55) ... added oil once, never had it serviced and it has not let me down.

The grass isn't difficult to empty out, turn it upside down and shake, not hard!

I expect the grass is going to get stuck now and the lawnmower is going to blow up after making these comments!

Edited By: speric07 on Jul 15, 2014 10:15: because I can
1 Like #18
This is such a good price for a four stroke that who couldn't think it a bargain? I'd have been very tempted, if the last mower that I had bought hadn't been self-propelled. Now, instead of me having to find the energy to push a mower, I only have to hang on as it races round the lawn at faster than walking pace. It literally takes me a third of the time that the push mower took me. None of these seem to have big enough boxes (most people needing petrol mowers have a *lot* of grass to cut?) - so I use a couple of dumpy bags as emptying points and then drag those back to the compost heap. "Difficult to start" is normally fixed with clean fresh fuel - emptying out the manky stuff that has evaporated out all the less dense (and thus easier to vaporise) stuff whilst lying in the shed all Winter...
But I'm still tempted by this mower at this price! It does seem such a bargain..l
#19
Rheumatoid - if you look carefully, Tesco appear to use the same generic picture for all their petrol lawnmowers. I got caught out with this myself.
#20
I bought this 2 years ago I use it and my neighbour also has the loan of it never had one bit of trouble with it
1 Like #21
MrCynical
Just read the grass collector box comment.
Turn upside down, shake into garden waste bin, job done. How hard can that be?!
Lost for words!

Like writing the instructions on how to empty water from a wellington boot on the sole.
#22
I bought this lawnmower a few weeks ago and highly rate it, was much better than the flymo I had.
#23
Can someone recommend me a small push lawn mower?
#24
8) just got one thanks OP
#25
Cheers! great find. ;)
#26
I just thought, this has a plastic body doesn't it ?
#27
Just ordered this, thanks op. heat added!
1 Like #28
Ooooo bargain! I nearly ordered this yesterday when it was £87! Just got it for £57! Ordered in for tomorrow great find!
#29
just ordered aswell fantastic find thanks :)
1 Like #30
being a petrol mower virgin:{

what do I have to do to get started?
what maintenance would be needed?
1 Like #31
haggisheid
I bought this lawnmower a few weeks ago and highly rate it, was much better than the flymo I had.

Hi, could you tell me if the mower has a plastic body ?

Also! whats the starting procedure with this model, is it the regular pull cord ?
#32
Does the job, but will cut out if heavy going. I had one a couple of years ago, the pull chord saws into plastic surround after a while and breaks, on two I had from Tesco, so in the end they gave me a full refund. Think I paid £45 with £10 discount.
#33
Heads up. I bought this at £87.50 3 weeks ago and used the £10 voucher making it £77.50 which i thought was a bargain. Now i just seen this i rang them for the price difference and they refunded me £25.00 . RESULT !. If any of you bought this at the previous price i suggest you do the same. Hope that helps!
#34
3amr1
Heads up. I bought this at £87.50 3 weeks ago and used the £10 voucher making it £77.50 which i thought was a bargain. Now i just seen this i rang them for the price difference and they refunded me £25.00 . RESULT !. If any of you bought this at the previous price i suggest you do the same. Hope that helps!

Does this model have the plastic body, and what starter has it got ? Cheers ;)
#35
Da11as
3amr1
Heads up. I bought this at £87.50 3 weeks ago and used the £10 voucher making it £77.50 which i thought was a bargain. Now i just seen this i rang them for the price difference and they refunded me £25.00 . RESULT !. If any of you bought this at the previous price i suggest you do the same. Hope that helps!

Does this model have the plastic body, and what starter has it got ? Cheers ;)

Yes its a plastic body .
#36
3amr1
Heads up. I bought this at £87.50 3 weeks ago and used the £10 voucher making it £77.50 which i thought was a bargain. Now i just seen this i rang them for the price difference and they refunded me £25.00 . RESULT !. If any of you bought this at the previous price i suggest you do the same. Hope that helps!
Hi, h
What did you say to get the £25 refund? I also bought one 3 weeks ago !!

Great mower BTW, I've done about 6 hours mowing with no problems.
#37
Good Mower - bought one last year - left it out in the rain all winter with a bit of tarp over it.
Starts well the following summer.
#38
Just ordered, cheers OP!
#39
Anyone know how big the actual box it comes in is ?
#40
MrCynical
Got what initially looks like the identical model summer before last when listed on here for myself and my father. Mine is still fine but my fathers after 13 months continually cut out and stalled. Anyway, ordered a new one a few weeks ago and although it looks like the previous model, you now have just one height adjuster that is connected to all 4 wheels (to reduce costs I'd imagine) compared to individual adjusters on all 4 wheels. In saying that, the cut looks to be shorter that 25mm at its lowest setting. A fantastic buy at this price. I was quoted £75, £85, and £75 to £100 to service my father's lawnmower - we now have a new one with a years warranty for less than that!
Would defininitely recommend.

I got the same one with the four adjusters but have yet to run it as my old mower is still going strong

Think this was the original posting

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tesco-plm012011-petrol-lawnmower-tesco-direct-55-50-1264205?page=3#post15066020

Edited By: TC0001 on Jul 15, 2014 13:31

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