I have one of these (was around this price when I bought it) It does the job but the handle is a bit clunky/cheap (annoying)
i might never use it,don't even know if i need it ,just know i want one.heat added
you need one for revenge..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85SbkyOKw6I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8qG-wXDgbk As I live in a location where snow is relatively rare, I just leave the snow where it falls and in time it clears itself up.
Comment I was just thinking this... Usually a shovel scrapes the ice up that's underneath the snow this isn't going to do that....
What happens when the snow becomes ice
Thanks OP. Offer still on. Never had a petrol lawnmower. Fingers crossed.
Hot been running one of these mowers for more than 20 years and it was second hand then
Thanks for this, still a valid deal and good info.
Efco/Oleo/Emak are a great brand, but IMO there's no advantage in buying this over a cheapo Lidl saw since it has zero parts support. I nearly bought one last year, but (in the UK at least) you won't find anybody to service it or supply parts. THe same is NOT true of Emak petrol saws. The oiler is always the thing that dies with these electric saws, and you can't buy a spare for this saw. Nor brushes, not anything else. At least with a Lidl special (or B&Q or whoever) you can simply take it back and get another. 3 years later in some cases! I have a naff B&Q electric saw (as well as some decent (Dolmar/Stihl) petrol saws) and it is still going strong years after I bought it.
Hi, thanks for your insight and sharing your experience, really help me. I properly order when I get paid. Thanks a lot
I would definately say yes. The lidl products are built from cheap components and are more likely to fail. The oleo mac is based on an efco chainsaw which are great products. Ive used efco products for years and theyre still going strong. Dont be fooled by the wattage numbers, a quality motor with slightly less wattage will perform better. Check out the efco version on the web. The efco version which is the same basically costs 140 pounds.
would this be much better that those from aldi or lidl (price around £50 to £60 with normally three years manufacturer's warranty) lidl one :max. chain speed (m/s): 13.6 and 2200 watt really need one but not sure which to buy, thanks
Yea, that's a continental plug, I'm pretty sure this will come with a uk plug.
240v. comes with 10 metre extension with a 2 prong socket for the saw on one end and UK plug on the other.
Nice, can't see if it's 110v or 240v though. It says electric and it gives power (watts) but no voltage. Also does it come with UK plug or Euro (as per pics)
I messed the image up! How do you edit the image?
Mow direct? For the beginner out there this is probably overkill for cutting the grass.
Similar style thing for 70 quid inc batt and charger on E bay at min . . . .
Just buy the thing for show looks like a nice bit of plastic for £50..................
and it looks like cheap plastic so one drop and game over.
No battery included :(
Would love to see this in action a cordless chainsaw LOL... somehow I don't think one battery would be enough!
What a scam.
You're dam right...what a crap deal...what was i thinking? Didn't read it, just saw the pic and the price oops!oO
Highly misleading "deal"... deserves to get cold votes.
I'll take 2, one for my gardener and one as a spare.
Are these Road legal by any chance? Come on boy racers, I have you
I was wondering how this did the tiling then i realised its not a tiler.
Not seen the round 2 pin type, just the ones below. Masterplug Orange Connector 2-Pin are the common type http://www.screwfix.com/p/masterplug-orange-connector-2-pin/46232
Has everyone got theirs? Mine arrived today. The end of the box had been opened. Everything looks ok, but there doesnt appear to be a power lead. Well there is a foot long cable with a circular double pin plug, but nothing else. Im assuming there should be a plug in cable to this with a UK plug on the end?
I ordered one when first posted and had confirmation email through. Was expecting it today, but nothing arrived. Just had a call saying they are out of stock. I wasnt that bothered as to be honest dont really need it! Anyway, he said they had a larger one (46cm) which was £20 dearer. At first he said "meet us in the middle", but said it was a whim purchase so not worried, then offered at the same price of £49.99 delivered. Result!
Just spotted, it's unfortunately gone up to £59.95 now. Someone expire this post.
German translated review http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.amazon.de/Einhell-MSF-570-Manuelle-Schneefr%25C3%25A4se/sim/B000MW9UU2/2&ei=SgdAT5P8Hoqb0QWZ-OCPDw&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=result&resnum=8&ved=0CGIQ7gEwBw&prev=/search%3Fq%3DEinhell%2BMSF%2B570%26hl%3Den%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26sa%3DN%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-GB:official%26biw%3D1354%26bih%3D561%26prmd%3Dimvns
looks good: and you can't fault the price..
I see many folks in Canada use the wide units for shifting snow as it falls & for clearing car park spaces etc, (very effectively) but have never seen one with this attachment, so will not vote either way as I have burger all knowledge as to whether this works well or not, theoreticaly it should assist, any good reviews?
Also on the lookout for a petrol mower.... How about this Einhell one from tesco - £190 also self propelled but the case is made from metal rather than plastic: http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.211-6422.aspx Undecided as to what to get! :-|
It chills itself! Gone to -13 degrees even though the price of this mower is £80 cheaper than anywhere else! 1p off an iPad gets 1000 degrees heat on here! :D
Does it steer itself also?(_;)
In addition this 4-wheel drive automatic lawn mower can be radio remote controlled allowing you to guide MowBot back to you rather than having to fetch it from the middle of your lawn would have got one , butunfortunatly on the same frequency as my remote control drinks trolly shame especially when you save a wopping £20 off £1199
I have a WifeBot that does my lawn fer nothing!
Haha, "advanced lithium battery technology" So... lithium batteries then
Hmmm Why the Expire ?
i want one but my gardens barely 50 square meters lol