Cordless Rechargeable LawnMower £99.99 @ Mail online
Cordless Rechargeable LawnMower £99.99 @ Mail online

Cordless Rechargeable LawnMower £99.99 @ Mail online

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Go green and get a perfectly mown lawn the environmentally friendly way!

Create a wonderfully attractive lawn the easy way this summer with this wonderfully quiet, cordless, re-chargeable lawnmower.
Gone are the days when you needed a heavy duty electric or petrol driven mower to produce a neatly trimmed and perfectly striped lawn.
Thanks to the G-Tech rechargeable lawnmowers built-in rear roller and precision cylinder blade, this super-lightweight machine will produce a perfectly striped lawn that will be the envy of your neighbours in next to no time. Operated by a single re-chargeable 12V battery, just one charge will enable it to cut a lawn area of up to 2000 square feet. A generous 20 litre grass collector also means you wont have to stop too often to empty the clippings.
Weighing just 13kg, the rechargeable lawnmower is easy to steer and manoeuvre and, thanks to its push button two-handed power switch and isolator key, re-assuringly safe too.
Cuts up to 2000 sq.ft. on one charge.


struggling to see how this is environmentally friendly. It'll waste energy as heat when you charge it and waste more as the battery loses power when not in use. Manufacturing batteries is very unenviromentally friendly as is disposing of them at the end of their life most of the time.

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What was the last duff offer on here from The Daily Mail? I can't find the one I am thinking of in the search, but that's not unusual & looking at other deals from them here, no surprise!

I don't think I would bother.

If it's anything to do with the daily mail, it will be ****.

I think I'll stick with my Honda Izy.
It takes petrol and oil, belcehes exhuast, make lots of noise, but at least it doesn't pretend to be anything else and does a proper job

Electrical cylinder mowers typically use motors of about third of power of rotary equivalents (don't see where they've mentioned that). I guess people tend not to buy them so much now 'cos they're so difficult and expensive to service and sharpen.
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