1800W 43cm (large) Electric Lawn Mower just £79.99 at Aldi from Thursday 12 April. 3 Year warranty too!
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1800W 43cm (large) Electric Lawn Mower just £79.99 at Aldi from Thursday 12 April. 3 Year warranty too!

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Found 7th AprEdited by:"Besford"
I just picked up the latest flyer from Aldi: full of great gardening stuff including this electric lawnmower. On line it says it's available to order from 25 March but I'm not sure this happened? Caution: the link goes to Aldi's garden page where there are two other mowers (a petrol and a cordless); this one is further down the page but doesn't seem to link to any details yet.

Anyway, people who bought Aldi's cordless mower seem very impressed so I'd hope this one is at least as good - does stripes too! At £79.99 this is the price of some of those little ones in the DIY sheds but this is a full 43cm cutting width (ie large) and a powerful 1800W. Big 60 litre grassbox and seven cutting heights from 20-70mm. 10m cable. Looks quite sporty too.

Something like that from Bosch is going to be double the price.

Personally I'd splash out the extra £50 for Aldi's cordless one (link below) but if your budget is smaller or you need more power and cutting width I think this one is well worth a look on Thursday.


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    I bought a Bosch 43 inch ergo flex about 2 years ago but the motor failed, I replaced it with the same model as I did like it and I now have a few spares, but the new Bosch 43 inch cut has some parts (like the cable) which are a bit more flimsy than they were 2 years ago.

    This will be a cracking deal for the money as iv'e spent almost £300 on Bosch in the last 2-3 years
    Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming loose, not sure if it's suppose to do that (be loose) ?
    @Besford and how exactly will it stripe a lawn without a roller?
    InTheKnow44411 h, 17 m ago

    Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming …Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming loose, not sure if it's suppose to do that (be loose) ?


    No. That's bloody dangerous and personally I'd take the lawnmower back to where you purchased it. Last thing you want is a fast spinning blade flying off.
    The_Hoff7 h, 18 m ago

    @Besford and how exactly will it stripe a lawn without a roller?


    If you look at the list of features for the mower on Aldi's site it says:
    - Roller for classic striped lawn look
    Original Poster
    The_Hoff8 h, 40 m ago

    @Besford and how exactly will it stripe a lawn without a roller?


    It wouldn't - but it has a roller! Maybe you are looking at the details of one of the other mowers which don't have rollers?
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    goRt37 m ago

    https://www.aldi.co.uk/gardenline-43cm-electric-lawn-mower/p/095663202807200


    Great, thanks. I guess it started today but I picked up the leaflet yesterday, which I think is earlier than they're normally put out?
    What are people's thoughts on this mower? Aldi electricals any good?
    New to Aldi deals...will this be in store as well? Need it for the weekend, so don't really want to risk missing delivery
    Samadini1 h, 30 m ago

    New to Aldi deals...will this be in store as well? Need it for the …New to Aldi deals...will this be in store as well? Need it for the weekend, so don't really want to risk missing delivery


    I'm holding off and going to store on Thursday.

    They had the cordless version in my.local one yesterday so I'm sure they will have these
    Have always had Hover mowers not sure if like these wheeled ones that you can only really go up and down in straight lines with.... Awkward shaped lawns I suspect a Hoover is quicker and very easier- I don't care about stripes.
    mr32110th Apr

    I'm holding off and going to store on Thursday.They had the cordless …I'm holding off and going to store on Thursday.They had the cordless version in my.local one yesterday so I'm sure they will have these


    Did you get one? Let us know how it is once you've given it a whirl!
    adzyp2 h, 14 m ago

    Did you get one? Let us know how it is once you've given it a whirl!


    Yeah, just about to give it a go actually... I'll let you know
    InTheKnow4447th Apr

    Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming …Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming loose, not sure if it's suppose to do that (be loose) ?


    You can get locking bolts with plastic inner collars or you can use liquid threadlock should solve the coming loose issues
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    InTheKnow4447th Apr

    Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming …Also, on my new machine, the bolt which holds the blade keeps coming loose, not sure if it's suppose to do that (be loose) ?


    Don't mess with safety critical items! harrerdarren's suggestions may work but you shouldn't have to do that and I'd be extra careful given the potential for injury. Maybe a component is missing,faulty, broken or out of position? If you mess with it and it doesn't work, assuming you survive they'd probably be justified in refusing a refund.Take it back asap.
    adzyp4 h, 29 m ago

    Did you get one? Let us know how it is once you've given it a whirl!


    Very nice lawnmower, easy to assemble and feels sturdy.

    Nice powerful motor and easy to adjust the cutting height

    It's heavier than I thought it would be.

    The manual says something about mulching which I didn't know it had.

    Overall very happy with it and glad I didn't bite on the Bosch.
    None left in my local ALDI... gutted will have to order online
    Edited by: "garreth.anderson" 14th Apr
    Besford1 h, 41 m ago

    Don't mess with safety critical items! harrerdarren's suggestions may …Don't mess with safety critical items! harrerdarren's suggestions may work but you shouldn't have to do that and I'd be extra careful given the potential for injury. Maybe a component is missing,faulty, broken or out of position? If you mess with it and it doesn't work, assuming you survive they'd probably be justified in refusing a refund.Take it back asap.


    It's come from Amazon, made in the U.K

    Will have to test it very soon then make a decision
    mr32114th Apr

    Very nice lawnmower, easy to assemble and feels sturdy.Nice powerful motor …Very nice lawnmower, easy to assemble and feels sturdy.Nice powerful motor and easy to adjust the cutting heightIt's heavier than I thought it would be.The manual says something about mulching which I didn't know it had.Overall very happy with it and glad I didn't bite on the Bosch.


    Have you worked out how to mulch? Says it in the manual but now sure how to do it?
    adzyp15 m ago

    Have you worked out how to mulch? Says it in the manual but now sure how …Have you worked out how to mulch? Says it in the manual but now sure how to do it?


    Haven't looked to be honest. I'll be getting it back out on the weekend so will check it out.
    mr32114th Apr

    Very nice lawnmower, easy to assemble and feels sturdy.Nice powerful motor …Very nice lawnmower, easy to assemble and feels sturdy.Nice powerful motor and easy to adjust the cutting heightIt's heavier than I thought it would be.The manual says something about mulching which I didn't know it had.Overall very happy with it and glad I didn't bite on the Bosch.


    They all mulch really as the blade cuts up the grass before it enters the bag.
    Got battery one yesterday. Very good and on par with the Bosch so far!
    Having assembled mine not sure about the folding handles, the quick release levers don't seem to allow it to bend forward as easily as they should.
    Agata had hovers before now, will try it on lawn later today to see how I get on.
    Mine's being delivered Wednesday, along with the strimmer and extra spools ... £112 the lot ... considering I was looking at getting the Bosch Rotak 650 at £100 more itself I'm quietly confident I might have bagged myself a bit of a bargain here ....
    Ive got a fairly small lawn on a bit of a slope, about 8m2.

    Need a new mower, is this over kill?

    Im quite good at keeping on top of it.
    Original Poster
    miles16v10 h, 57 m ago

    Ive got a fairly small lawn on a bit of a slope, about 8m2.Need a new …Ive got a fairly small lawn on a bit of a slope, about 8m2.Need a new mower, is this over kill? Im quite good at keeping on top of it.


    If that area is correct it probably is but that's really tiny - are you sure it's correct?

    If so, how about something like this and save all the hassle of a lead:
    hotukdeals.com/dea…004
    Edited by: "Besford" 3 h, 32 m ago
    Besford6 h, 45 m ago

    If that area is correct it probably is but that's really tiny - are you …If that area is correct it probably is but that's really tiny - are you sure it's correct?If so, hoe about something like this and save all the hassle of a lead:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/uks-cheapest-cordless-lawnmower-9999-at-homebase-2923004


    Youre right, im a moron. We're talking about 60m2......
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    miles16v3 h, 44 m ago

    Youre right, im a moron. We're talking about 60m2......


    It's bigger than you need but it'll be fine and get the job done faster!
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