Flymo chevron Mains powered Electric lawnmower £45 at Homebase
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Flymo chevron Mains powered Electric lawnmower £45 at Homebase

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Found 24th Mar
The Flymo Chevron 32V Wheeled Lawnmower includes a number of different features to make the job easier. These include multiple cutting heights and a unique vision window that allows you to see when the grass box is full.Easy to remove and empty grass box, rear roller for stripes and easy cutting over edges and cable storage facility. Collection capacity29L Cutting height range20-60mm
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230v mains powered and not 32v battery powered as the model number may imply

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In case anyone jumped to the same conclusion as me, this is not a 32v battery lawnmower, it's 230v mains powered. Seems a fair price but has a rather deceptive model number
Edited by: "spannerzone" 24th Mar
spannerzone4 m ago

In case anyone jumped to the same conclusion as me, this is not a 32v …In case anyone jumped to the same conclusion as me, this is not a 32v battery lawnmower, it's 230v mains powered. Seems a fair price but has a rather deceptive model number


I did think the same thing, as in blimey that can't be the right price it must be a glitch!
Yes that's right I said glitch.
Edited by: "Dyslexic_Dog" 24th Mar
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it was the way homebase worded it i have corrected it
Got one just now! This is a great price! I missed the one on amazon and I have been waiting for this price again. Thanks OP.
32CM cut, 230volt corded electric. Had same looking predecessor of this and it was a pretty good machine....good price at £45...if you can find a homebase as they seem to have closed a lot of their stores
Good price heat added
spannerzone24th Mar

In case anyone jumped to the same conclusion as me, this is not a 32v …In case anyone jumped to the same conclusion as me, this is not a 32v battery lawnmower, it's 230v mains powered. Seems a fair price but has a rather deceptive model number


Agreed.

I think this is possibly the cheapest cordless you'll find and similar size too - also at Homebase.
I wouldn't go back to a corded one now after two seasons with a cordless.

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Can anyone vouch for this? Was about to pull the trigger on a different flymo on Amazon but don't know if I would just be paying extra for a gimmick

Flymo Easi Glide 300 Electric Hover Collect Lawn Mower, 1400 W
I would avoid. We have just purchased this to cut a garden of around 14m x 10m. The biggest problem is that if there is any moisture at all in the grass it sticks to the underside. You need to scrape out the stuck grass underneath with a stick everytime you empty the back. Even when there is capacity in the bin, it often gets so full underneath that grass seeps out the side and leaves a line of cut grass along the edge of the line. Just FYI... it was bright sunshine and I can't remember when there was rain so we are not talking about damp grass.

I mowed the previous weekend (7th) and on the 14th and the motor really struggled, I think that was more due to the grass stuck underneath.

The ground is very uneven and due to how light the mower is it doesn't really create a very good finish (equal issue with the small, plastic roller at the end). The lines created are therefore not particularly pronounced. The cutting width is also narrow so you'll be up and down many more times than necessary.

Ultimately, I'd get a metal roller mower if possible.
Just replaced this after 2 years, +1 replaced blade. Went with the Qualcast 1600W Electric Rotary Lawn Mower - 37cm @ homebase. £35 more but an extra years warranty and a few last trips back and forth with the bigger blade size!
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