Flymo EasiStore 300R Li Cordless Rotary Lawn Mower - 40 V Battery (20 V x 2 Including Charger) £179.99 at Amazon
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Flymo EasiStore 300R Li Cordless Rotary Lawn Mower - 40 V Battery (20 V x 2 Including Charger) £179.99 at Amazon

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Posted 30th Jun
  • Utilises a powerful 40 V (2 x 20 V) battery so you can tackle your lawn with ease
  • A 30 cm cutting width and 25-65 mm cutting height ensures a neat and tidy finish to your lawn
  • Equipped with a large 30 Litre grass box, meaning less time spent emptying grass clippings
  • Cover the whole lawn without the restriction of a power cord, for better freedom and flexibility
  • Equipped with dual lever handles allow you to comfortably operate the lawn mower with either hand for better flexibility and manoeuvrability
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Any idea how good this is? Just bought a stinker of a battery powered mower in the form of the Ozito Power X.
Totally agree bought x change dual battery.and its rubbish
Thinking of getting petrol again instead
Surely this is a better deal at the same price ( I bought it last year and it's been flawless TBH). Great thing about the mower is the minimum cutting height is 20mm, which is very unusual for a budget battery mower. Also offering me 5 interest free monthly payments of 35 quid!

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Edited by: "bellboys" 30th Jun
Better mowers out there for the money, for budget I'd say yard force, can get the 40v 2.5ah 37cm cut for this price which has rear roller for stripes, bigger bucket and gives a good cut

Worx one above is also decent
Jony5deals30/06/2020 19:56

Better mowers out there for the money, for budget I'd say yard force, can …Better mowers out there for the money, for budget I'd say yard force, can get the 40v 2.5ah 37cm cut for this price which has rear roller for stripes, bigger bucket and gives a good cutWorx one above is also decent


Looked at Yard Force before plumping for the Worx, reason being it's dual 2.0AH batteries so more powerful plus being a big name there's plenty of compatible batteries out there (sold the 2x 2.0AH Worx batteries on Shpock for 28 quid each then bought 2x Exmate 5.0AH for 32.99 each and they've been good as gold for over a year plus of course waayy longer running time). Not forgetting they also chuck in a more than decent strimmer in the package.

Only downside I've found is I became obsessed with the Power Share ideaa and now have 6 Worx products, including drills, recip saw and hedge trimmer!
Edited by: "bellboys" 30th Jun
Only thing with the worx is that it's 20v vs 40v, so motor potentially being worked harder and likely to fail sooner, but again it all ifs and buts, but generally you'd ideally go for 40v brushless but I think for the budget options they're both bargains when you look how much bosch etc are (although great mowers if you can afford them)
Has anyone seen any decent deals on corded mowers,I'm trying to spend not spend too much,but want something made well enough
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