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Einhell GE-CM 43 Li M Kit Power X-Change 18 V Cordless Lithium Lawnmower with 43 cm Cutting Width from Amazon - £199.99
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Einhell GE-CM 43 Li M Kit Power X-Change 18 V Cordless Lithium Lawnmower with 43 cm Cutting Width from Amazon - £199.99

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Posted 16th Jul

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

  • Cordless lithium powered 36 V lawnmower with mulch function for use on medium sized lawns (Cuts up to 500 Square metres on one charge)
  • Included: 2 x Fast charge power X-change (18 V/4 Ah Batteries) and 2 x Fast chargers
  • 6 Level central cutting height adjustments (25-75 mm)/ 43 cm cutting width
  • Large 63 L Grass Collection Box with an innovative capacity indicator for increased time on cutting the lawn
  • Interchangeable batteries compatible with other Power X-Change tools from Einhell
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FYI this isn't a prime exclusive. I bought it last week at this price. Was delivered Sunday.
Good mower. Bit big for our garden but worth the money. Got too many batteries now as I've got a few x-change machines!
loffler12316/07/2019 16:31

FYI this isn't a prime exclusive. I bought it last week at this price. Was …FYI this isn't a prime exclusive. I bought it last week at this price. Was delivered Sunday.Good mower. Bit big for our garden but worth the money. Got too many batteries now as I've got a few x-change machines!


Yeah, the mod added 'Prime Exclusive'. I'm tempted by the cordless feature as Bosch seem to be making theirs with only 10m cords now.

How high does the handle go on the highest setting? I'm 6'6" and my bosch rotak 40 gives me back ache. Thanks
Don't think there is any length adjustment, only angle - of which there are 3 settings. The quick release latches are only for folding it up.
43cm cutting width with only an 18v battery? Odd combination.
uksparky16/07/2019 18:18

43cm cutting width with only an 18v battery? Odd combination.


There's two of them. So 36v in total.
Expired £314.83 now.

But was a good deal, lowest ever on Amazon, it seems.

How many minutes power from the batteries on a charge?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 23rd Aug
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