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Draper Petrol Lawn Mowers - £159 (139cc 46cm Push) / £179 (139cc 46cm Self-Propelled ) / £199 (173cc 50cm Self-Propelled) @ UK Tool Centre
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Draper Petrol Lawn Mowers - £159 (139cc 46cm Push) / £179 (139cc 46cm Self-Propelled ) / £199 (173cc 50cm Self-Propelled) @ UK Tool Centre

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Posted 15th Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Was after a decent 46cm Petrol Lawn mower with the recent Aldi one selling out online & came across these which seem like good deals, may be useful for some..

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3442433.jpgDraper 66171 460MM PETROL MOWER (139CC/3.5HP) - £159
Features:
  • Robust steel deck
  • Mulching function
  • Side discharge
  • Single lever height adjustment
  • Hand-push
  • 50L grass collection box
  • Cutting width 460mm

Specification:
  • Hand push lawn mower
  • Robust steel deck
  • Engine output 2600w 3.5HP
  • Mulching function
  • Cutting width 460mm
  • Single lever height adjustment
  • 5 adjustable cutting heights 25mm to 75mm
  • Side discharge
  • 50ltr grass collection box
  • Complete with service tool kit
  • Weight 32kgs


3442433.jpgDraper 66172 460mm Self Propelled Petrol Mower (139CC/3.5HP)- £179
Features:
  • Robust steel deck
  • Mulching function
  • Side discharge
  • Single lever height adjustment
  • Self-propelled
  • 50L grass collection box
  • Cutting width 460mm

Specification:
  • Engine 3.5HP
  • Displacement 139cc
  • Speed (no load) 2950r/min
  • Cutting width 460mm
  • Cutting heights 5 (25-75mm approx.)
  • Advised max. cutting area 450M² (approx.)
  • Grass collection capacity 50L
  • Fuel tank capacity 1.2L
  • Weight (dry) 32kg

3442433.jpgDraper 66173 500mm Petrol Mower (173CC/5HP) - £199
Features:
  • Robust steel deck
  • Mulching function
  • Side discharge
  • Single lever height adjustment
  • Self-propelled
  • 50L grass collection box
  • Cutting width 500mm
Specification:
  • Engine 5HP
  • Displacement 173cc
  • Speed (no load) 2850r/min
  • Cutting width 500mm
  • Cutting heights 5 (25-75mm approx.)
  • Advised max. cutting area 550M² (approx.)
  • Grass collection capacity 50L
  • Fuel tank capacity 1.2L
  • Weight (dry) 35kg

The Draper range is our standard Draper product, suitable for trades and the enthusiast. Manufactured with quality in mind and comes with our guarantee.
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We just got the Hyundai SP460 or something like that. £230 but it's absolutely beast.
Anyone have one? Are they any good? Do they require alot of maintenance?
I'm interested in what engine this uses. I love my briggs and Stratton because I can still get parts.

If it's a non-brand I would likely go for the ferrex as it has a briggs.
Edited by: "mogsog" 15th Apr
For bigger lawns this 52cm mower looks good for £300 (2 year warranty)
mowdirect.co.uk/ein…tml
Are Draper any good?
GeordieAffy201415/04/2020 19:23

Are Draper any good?


Not really. It's a bit concern that no mention of the engine is included in the listing either.
mogsog15/04/2020 21:48

Not really. It's a bit concern that no mention of the engine is included …Not really. It's a bit concern that no mention of the engine is included in the listing either.


Any reason why they’re not any good though?
Libre1115/04/2020 21:51

Any reason why they’re not any good though?


Because you don’t know what engine it is as mentioned above.
I've a McCulloch 51 cm cut with a Honda GVC160 engine from the Range of all places. Cracking mower for under £300
Libre1115/04/2020 21:51

Any reason why they’re not any good though?


I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.

I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex.

aldi.co.uk/sel…800
huddsguy15/04/2020 21:56

Because you don’t know what engine it is as mentioned above.


mogsog15/04/2020 22:03

I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of …I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex. https://www.aldi.co.uk/self-propelled-46cm-petrol-lawnmower/p/701973331009800


Fair enough
Don’t forget the Lidl one currently in stores, picked this up earlier today £249

lidl.co.uk/en/…072

More money, but has plenty of features inc electric start, Briggs and Stratton engine
Edited by: "valmiki" 16th Apr
Anyone made the switch from corded electric to petrol - how have you found it?

My grass is 30ft x 50ft back and 15ft x 10ft front and cant decide if I should go petrol or battery - need a bigger cutting width and want to get rid of cords.
Edited by: "Ross81" 16th Apr
mogsog15/04/2020 22:03

I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of …I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex. https://www.aldi.co.uk/self-propelled-46cm-petrol-lawnmower/p/701973331009800



mogsog15/04/2020 22:03

I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of …I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex. https://www.aldi.co.uk/self-propelled-46cm-petrol-lawnmower/p/701973331009800



mogsog15/04/2020 22:03

I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of …I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex. https://www.aldi.co.uk/self-propelled-46cm-petrol-lawnmower/p/701973331009800



mogsog15/04/2020 22:03

I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of …I've got no experience with them to comment however I've repaired a lot of mowers and the ones with non-brand engines always are the hardest to maintain and repair.I personally would sooner get the 125cc briggs ferrex. https://www.aldi.co.uk/self-propelled-46cm-petrol-lawnmower/p/701973331009800


Unfortunately that is sold out.
I am still looking after being put off buying the Einhell GC-PM 46cm S 139 CC for £155
I would not go for the Draper either, Draper tools are not known for their quality, always quite a cheap offering. But I might be wrong
rolstherat16/04/2020 11:27

I am looking at the Hyundai HYM430S for £220 …I am looking at the Hyundai HYM430S for £220 https://www.frjonesandson.co.uk/products/hyundai-hym430sp-petrol-self-propelled-four-wheeled-lawn-mower-43cm-cut/?sqr=Hyundai%20HYM430S&



I wouldn't suggest paying that much for a no name engine.

screwfix.com/p/m…6fy

This one has 3cm more cut but no self drive and is 20 quid cheaper. Briggs engine.
mogsog16/04/2020 11:36

I wouldn't suggest paying that much for a no name engine. …I wouldn't suggest paying that much for a no name engine. https://www.screwfix.com/p/mountfield-hp185-46cm-125cc-hand-propelled-rotary-petrol-lawn-mower/706fyThis one has 3cm more cut but no self drive and is 20 quid cheaper. Briggs engine.


Thanks but i need Self Propelled
mogsog16/04/2020 14:01

I would wait for the lidl one with electric start to come back into stock …I would wait for the lidl one with electric start to come back into stock or get this mountfield with the briggs engine. https://www.frjonesandson.co.uk/products/mountfield-sp185-petrol-self-propelled-four-wheeled-lawn-mower-46cm-cut/


The smaller ones 39 and 41 cm ones don't have Briggs and Statton engines. Woudl you avoid them
rolstherat16/04/2020 14:24

The smaller ones 39 and 41 cm ones don't have Briggs and Statton engines. …The smaller ones 39 and 41 cm ones don't have Briggs and Statton engines. Woudl you avoid them


Yeah, I find they are much more difficult to own long term. When say a governor spring needs replacing, it is hard to find one. If you want self proper just go briggs or Honda.

If you are paying 150 for say a small Webb with a sanli engine that's push only it will last if you treat it right. Whatever you have use fuel stabiliser and run the engine down to a empty tank before putting away for winter.
rolstherat16/04/2020 11:23

Unfortunately that is sold out. I am still looking after being put off …Unfortunately that is sold out. I am still looking after being put off buying the Einhell GC-PM 46cm S 139 CC for £155I would not go for the Draper either, Draper tools are not known for their quality, always quite a cheap offering. But I might be wrong


Not sure where you got that draper tools aren't known for being good quality. It very much depends what range you buy.

The cordless tools and the likes of this mower are likely to be fairly cheap rebranded stuff.

The hand tools very much depend on the range. The Draper Expert range are professional grade tools that come with lifetime warranties. They're up their with Snap-on, Facom, Bacho, Sealey Premier, Gedore, Elora etc.

On the other hand, they run very cheap ranges for DIY. These are the ones you're likely to see in shops like the range or homebase. They'll not really be any better or worse than the other brands at the same price.
mogsog16/04/2020 11:36

I wouldn't suggest paying that much for a no name engine. …I wouldn't suggest paying that much for a no name engine. https://www.screwfix.com/p/mountfield-hp185-46cm-125cc-hand-propelled-rotary-petrol-lawn-mower/706fyThis one has 3cm more cut but no self drive and is 20 quid cheaper. Briggs engine.


I assumed it would be a Hyundai engine just like Honda mowers come with a Honda engine (assuming again).

Is there any sites that that include information about what make and model of mower have in the engine department?
Edited by: "Arstar" 18th Apr
This seems to give a good bit of info:
Arstar18/04/2020 19:26

I assumed it would be a Hyundai engine just like Honda mowers come with a …I assumed it would be a Hyundai engine just like Honda mowers come with a Honda engine (assuming again).Is there any sites that that include information about what make and model of mower have in the engine department?


Seems you're right, this link is handy.
paulslawnmowerreviews.com/hyu…els

I think my concern is if you give me a Honda or briggs engine model. I can find you after market carbs, filters, pushrods, valves, air filters, fuel filters, pistons, conrods and gaskets.

The same cannot be said for hyundai engines as far as I can see I can't even find a proper engine model. The mower model doesn't really suffice for finding parts.

Petrol mower ownership can last 15 - 20 years + if you buy the right mower and look after it. Part of a plan for long term ownership should include sourcing spares for repair and general maintenance.
Edited by: "mogsog" 19th Apr
valmiki15/04/2020 23:46

Don’t forget the Lidl one currently in stores, picked this up earlier t …Don’t forget the Lidl one currently in stores, picked this up earlier today £249https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/p/garden-event/parkside-petrol-lawn-mower/p31072More money, but has plenty of features inc electric start, Briggs and Stratton engine


This is the mower I would buy if I needed one today.
Can't believe i missed the lidl mower. was waiting for that!!
I went to Lidl (Morriston, Swansea) yesterday, they still had 3! May be worth checking a few stores near you.
valmiki28/04/2020 11:33

I went to Lidl (Morriston, Swansea) yesterday, they still had 3! May be …I went to Lidl (Morriston, Swansea) yesterday, they still had 3! May be worth checking a few stores near you.


Ah, I may try later. they are are not on the website anymore. were they £250?
rolstherat28/04/2020 11:35

Ah, I may try later. they are are not on the website anymore. were they …Ah, I may try later. they are are not on the website anymore. were they £250?


Yep, still the same price
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