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Gtech Cordless Lawnmower £274.99 at Gtech
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Gtech Cordless Lawnmower £274.99 at Gtech

£274.99£499.9945%Gtech Deals
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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Our upgraded mower has a runtime of up to 40 minutes* and a charge time



of just 1 hour. It automatically adjusts its speed to tackle thicker,



longer grass. The reengineered blade is designed for power and



efficiency.
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Get one of these. Longer runtime and environmentally friendly
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Get one of these. Longer runtime and environmentally friendly
I bought 2 of these

Run time will be nearer 50 mins between the 2 batteries plus you get a spare carcass as a back up, they are so good we bought 5 of them between the family

argos.co.uk/pro…472
InTheKnow44420/11/2019 18:05

I bought 2 of theseRun time will be nearer 50 mins between the 2 batteries …I bought 2 of theseRun time will be nearer 50 mins between the 2 batteries plus you get a spare carcass as a back up, they are so good we bought 5 of them between the family https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6144472


That link takes you to a corded mower?
Apologies, they too were £50 each, must have all gone
You know, I posted the leaf blower on here yesterday, was voted cold and accused of posting an offer that looked like a glitch (despite it just being a big discount)
richh20/11/2019 19:01

You know, I posted the leaf blower on here yesterday, was voted cold and …You know, I posted the leaf blower on here yesterday, was voted cold and accused of posting an offer that looked like a glitch (despite it just being a big discount)


Annoying when that happens. Have a like from me to help to make it up for it!
Seems like a very good deal if you consider discount from RRP. Just be aware that the only two reviews on Amazon for same make and similar model are stating possible battery problems. If you couple that with replacement batteries costing £150....I was tempted....but not so sure now.
Does anyone have experience of how long the battery lasts? I mean in terms of lifetime
Edited by: "Hsn2000" 21st Nov 2019
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