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Einhell 46cm Self Propelled Petrol Mower - £155.99 @ ITS
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Einhell 46cm Self Propelled Petrol Mower - £155.99 @ ITS

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Posted 1st Apr

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Been looking for a new self propelled lawnmower and this looks a cracking deal.
It says save £45 but I'm sure its more than that of RRP
Key Features
  • 4-stroke Einhell OHV engine with 1 cylinder
  • 46 cm cutting width
  • Hard-wearing large 55 L textile grass bag
  • 7 setting central cutting height adjustment (30-70mm)
  • Ergonomic folding handle for space-saving storage
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I have this particular mower and the grass collection box falls off every 5 mins, also the self propelled mechanism broke just after the 12 month warranty.

Other than that, it's reliable always starts fine.
Same, the box is pointless. Cuts well but has lots of cheapness to it
How disappointing. I thought Einhell were OK
Einhell. Cheap Chinese. People assume it's German, so therefore fantastic build & quality. Wrong on both points!
Petrol mowers are a dead technology for anyone without a mansion. Electric ones are quieter, just as effective, and they don't absolutely stink.
jeeeeeez02/04/2020 00:10

Petrol mowers are a dead technology for anyone without a mansion. Electric …Petrol mowers are a dead technology for anyone without a mansion. Electric ones are quieter, just as effective, and they don't absolutely stink.


On the contrary electric mowers are only OK for smallish flattish lawns. My petrol one is a pig to start but can cope with anything, doesn’t stink and avoids the hassle of dodging trailing leads.
I agree with DonDraper, my medium size lawn with lots of rough area, odd shape and trees is a nightmare with electric and the battery ones are not quite there yet in terms of range.

I bought the smaller version of this a few weeks back when my gardener self isolated. Ok, its not a Honda or a Husky but for the price I thought it worked well. The only complaint was that they don't specify that it doesn't come with a bottle of engine oil, neither does the "manual" or website specify the grade to use. Customer Services eventually replied with it being the usual 30w that everything else uses but it was a silly omission. Hot for the price.
I had a petrol given to me that broke quickly. I have used an electric one but its a nightmare, and part of my garden is sloped so self propeled is so useful
rhythmandsoul01/04/2020 20:50

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.einhell.comthese reviews for the …https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.einhell.comthese reviews for the brand in general dont look good.


or
uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Who to believe??
o_neil_o01/04/2020 20:48

I have this particular mower and the grass collection box falls off every …I have this particular mower and the grass collection box falls off every 5 mins, also the self propelled mechanism broke just after the 12 month warranty.Other than that, it's reliable always starts fine.


It comes with a 3 year warranty
That's fine, however I bought mine 6 years ago and not from this retailer.

Am glad you get 3 years warranty now. You'll need it
I have owned two petrol mowers. One was a push one, the other a ride on. Both gave me no end of problems. I eventually gave up on both. The ride on was fantastic when it worked as we have a large garden - about 200ft x 150ft with the house in the middle, so it made light work of it. But as said, gave me a lot of problems and one repair alone cost me £125 (10 years ago) and it turned out to be a minor part in the engine that had broken - part cost a couple of quid but the time spent finding out that was the problem is what cost the money. One day it just stopped working again and I never got it going after that. I sold it on for repairs as it was in super condition but was just so unreliable.

We switched back to another Bosch 43cm electric. The first one lasted years and the current one we've had for maybe 5 or 6 years. Very reliable - especially when each time we cut the grass it's probably equivalent to a dozen regular sized gardens, which on that basis means it's lasted for about 60 years in real terms compared to a normal sized garden! It usually takes 8 hours of constant mowing (with a few coffee breaks in between) for long grass and maybe 4-6 for keeping it trim. Whichever, we put that motor through a lot of stress and I think maybe this current one will give up this year as last year we were getting some overheating issues, but remember - it's a large garden so equivalent to cutting a regular garden for maybe the equivalent of 60 years use.

Yes it's a pain with the cable, but it's reliable and we bought each one for less than £100 on offer, so for reliability you can't beat electric, and in our opinion, Bosch.
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