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Makita DLM431Z Twin 18v / 36v LXT Cordless 43 Centimeters Lawn Mower Bare Unit - (Need to buy batteries seperately) - £79 @ Amazon
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Makita DLM431Z Twin 18v / 36v LXT Cordless 43 Centimeters Lawn Mower Bare Unit - (Need to buy batteries seperately) - £79 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Great deal if you already have batteries and charger, I have one and really impressed with this. You do need 2 x 5ah batteries really, or lots of 3ah ones if you have larger garden. Amazon seem to reduce the 3ah ones on a regular basis.
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  • Electronic current limiter for overload protection
  • Single lever cutting height adjustment
  • Low noise and vibration, Noise dB: 80dB
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22 Comments
Good deal, same price on eBay from FFX
I have one of these. Perfect for small/medium lawn without all the cables of other mowers (as long as you already use Makita LXT battery tools)
Wow. A new blade for mine was over £15 recently. Tempted to buy one just for the blade and a spare grass box.
Really good price. Was around £160 when I started looking, managed to buy for £100 couple of months ago and thought that was a good deal so this is a bargain. Just need to keep an eye out for a good deal on 5ah batteries
, how much is a battery
On back order till 7 dec, not that anyones going to be cutting grass yet.
OP you are showing a pic of the old model.
sleepingwonder23/11/2019 08:39

, how much is a battery


Quick amazon search says £110 for two. But you can get alternative brands which fit.
£99 for 2, 5ah as well

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MrBrightside198723/11/2019 08:28

Really good price. Was around £160 when I started looking, managed to buy …Really good price. Was around £160 when I started looking, managed to buy for £100 couple of months ago and thought that was a good deal so this is a bargain. Just need to keep an eye out for a good deal on 5ah batteries


How do you find the cut especially for longer cuts?
gingertips23/11/2019 09:58

How do you find the cut especially for longer cuts?


Got it at end of season so not used it yet I’m afraid
I have this mower, it's absolutely fantastic. Pick up generic batteries from amazon and a dual charger from ebay and you have one heck of a saving. You don't appreciate cordless until you try it. Effortly did my grass on the lowest setting in the wet
gingertips23/11/2019 09:58

How do you find the cut especially for longer cuts?


If you haven't cut the grass for a while what we do is raise the height of the cut so as not to put too much stress on the motor. The same would apply for a corded mower and is always stated as such in the owners manuals. The best way to cut lawns is little and often. So I've never tried a long cut and never would as it will cause premature wear on any motor corded or cordless - with cordless the batteries will run down really quick.
Is shows 100 or 109 on prime
Looks like it's no longer available at this price? Cheapest for me is £100
Thanks OP, been on the lookout for a (hopefully) decent battery-powered mower. Have gone for this, will read into the model a bit more over next few days as it's listed as dispatch for Dec 7th.
Just ordered one from ebay ffx for 79. Thanks!
Cut price lawnmower
Fudgeum23/11/2019 11:46

Looks like it's no longer available at this price? Cheapest for me is £100


You need to go to available from other suppliers
all gone at this price now
gingertips23/11/2019 12:55

all gone at this price now


Same price on Ebay and a few other sellers across Google
richh23/11/2019 09:03

Quick amazon search says £110 for two. But you can get alternative brands …Quick amazon search says £110 for two. But you can get alternative brands which fit.


Do not buy fake Makita batteries, i tried 2 both died after 6 months
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