Cocraft HM38 Hand Push Lawnmower, £29.99, Clas Ohlson (In Store)
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Cocraft HM38 Hand Push Lawnmower, £29.99, Clas Ohlson (In Store)

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Found 12th Jun
Great for small to medium-sized gardens. No worrying about petrol or finding a powerpoint. Easy hand-push operation. Takes up little space to store in shed. Cylinder mower with cutting width of 38 cm. Adjustable cutting height of 15-40 mm. Weight: 7.2 kg.

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Oos

Good for keeping the lawn tidy during the zombie apocalypse

These are great lawnmowers - I have one from Argos - hassle free and nice to hear rather than the noise from electric and petrol. Grass is cut better with a cylinder.

Not great at the edges, but otherwise fine.

Haven't used a hand push mower since I was a child but really tempted to get one. Since our council have decided to stop collecting green waste next year, unless you pay for it, I don't plan to collect the cuttings anymore so something like this might be less hassle all round.

dona3853

Haven't used a hand push mower since I was a child but really tempted to … Haven't used a hand push mower since I was a child but really tempted to get one. Since our council have decided to stop collecting green waste next year, unless you pay for it, I don't plan to collect the cuttings anymore so something like this might be less hassle all round.


At the risk of going off topic, would you mind explaining this news about your green waste collections, as that sounds outrageous to me.
Maybe make a new thread on the 'misc' section of this site so others can weigh in with their thoughts?

Our council stopped collecting last year unless you pay. Min charge £5 if less than 5 bags or then £1 for every bag.

Destard

At the risk of going off topic, would you mind explaining this news about … At the risk of going off topic, would you mind explaining this news about your green waste collections, as that sounds outrageous to me.Maybe make a new thread on the 'misc' section of this site so others can weigh in with their thoughts?



The council covering my area started charging a few years ago for garden waste.

Destard

At the risk of going off topic, would you mind explaining this news about … At the risk of going off topic, would you mind explaining this news about your green waste collections, as that sounds outrageous to me.Maybe make a new thread on the 'misc' section of this site so others can weigh in with their thoughts?


Yes they are moving to some sort of 321 system. General household waste every 3 weeks, recycling every 2 and some other bits like food waste and special nappy collections every week. You would then have a completely separate green collection which you would have to pay up front for the year. I think it is the way many councils are going now. I can't see many people taking it up as you hardly use the green waste bin over winter anyway. I just expect to see a lot of branches and grass trimmings dumped in gateways!
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