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McGregor 33cm Cordless Rotary Lawnmower 24V for £60 @ Argos
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McGregor 33cm Cordless Rotary Lawnmower 24V for £60 @ Argos

£60£69.9914%Argos Deals
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Posted 23rd Jan

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Clearance offer and lowest price for this cordless lawnmower. Comes with 2 years guarantee.

Original price £159.99

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The McGregor 33cm is a compact, cordless rotary lawnmower designed to cut a professional finish on small to medium sized lawns. Cordless power lets you cut anywhere without the danger of cutting the cable. The motor and carbon steel blade combine to effortlessly cut through tough dense grass. It gives you 5 different cutting heights to suit your lawn with one-handed height adjustment.

The 24V battery will give you up to 32 minutes runtime, enough time for most UK lawns. The super-fast 1-hour quick charger reduces downtime while gardening. A useful charge indicator on the lawnmower handle makes it easy for you to check the battery level.

The compact design with folding handles and collapsible grass bag, makes storing the mower much easier. It has an indicator which will alert you when full.

Soft grip power handle for improved comfort and grip. All McGregor Garden Power and Pressure Washer Products include a 2 year guarantee.

Model number: MCR2433.

Lawnmower features:

  • Electric rotary motor.
  • Steel blade.
  • 33cm blade width.
  • 5 cutting heights.
  • Cutting heights ranging from 2.5cm-6.5cm.
  • 33L grass collection capacity.
  • Height adjustable handle.
  • Safety switch.

General information:
  • 1 hour recharge time.
  • Charger included.
  • Weight 11.6kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

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Battery only lasts 40 seconds
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Battery only lasts 40 seconds
Great price. Thanks for posting
I've been waiting for Argos cordless mower deals to start arriving. I'm waiting for a deal on one of the Argos Mower/Strimmer combos.
bravo2zero123/01/2020 10:49

Battery only lasts 40 seconds


Nonsense...I have one.... you get about 20 mins constant cutting
GLENHESKETH23/01/2020 15:11

Nonsense...I have one.... you get about 20 mins constant cutting

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Must be using wrong one mine lasted 40 seconds at the weekend.
bravo2zero123/01/2020 15:13

[Image] Must be using wrong one mine lasted 40 seconds at the weekend.


Lol... try changing the battery
20 mins is fine for me. Beats using the corded strimmer for my tiny garden!
Had one for 2 years now. Comments;
- Battery still holds 30 mins of constant cutting charge.
- The LED battery indicator is a nice light show, but is completely unrelated to the remaining charge
- It does not fold away easily, so i just leave it assembled.


However for £60 it is perfect for a small - medium lawn, and can even handle cutting after a few months of growth, when you have neglected your garden and now have to contend with Godzilla grass.
Can you get spare blades for these
Edited by: "sab" 23rd Jan
Very happy with mine. Great not to have extension cables. Can cut garden in half the time.
No stock near me as usual!
bravo2zero123/01/2020 15:13

[Image] Must be using wrong one mine lasted 40 seconds at the weekend.


Really looking forward to his next fight, lets see if he can do that again lol
Nearest stock to the midlands is Barnstaple - Devon - 195 miles away . so very few about.
Price is also showing at £75
simes24/01/2020 07:53

Nearest stock to the midlands is Barnstaple - Devon - 195 miles away . so …Nearest stock to the midlands is Barnstaple - Devon - 195 miles away . so very few about.Price is also showing at £75


Thanks saves me looking
Bought this for £75 a few weeks ago... Damn.
dealcatcherer24/01/2020 09:10

Bought this for £75 a few weeks ago... Damn.


If it's any consolation it's back at £75.
Spent yesterday convincing my husband to buy battery rather than petrol, this morning he agreed and it's gone up £15
minxx24/01/2020 09:51

If it's any consolation it's back at £75. Spent yesterday convincing my …If it's any consolation it's back at £75. Spent yesterday convincing my husband to buy battery rather than petrol, this morning he agreed and it's gone up £15


Hahahaha, typical, I do the same got to overthink it for about 10 days first...
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