Qualcast 150cc Self Propelled Petrol Rotary Lawn Mower - 51cm @ HOMEBASE IN STORE ONLY - £150
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Qualcast 150cc Self Propelled Petrol Rotary Lawn Mower - 51cm @ HOMEBASE IN STORE ONLY - £150

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Found 21st Dec 2017
They used to be around £400, I got one 2years ago from Homebase ebay store at around £170 but with a 50% discount error instead of what should have been 5%. A powerful great mower at this price.
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I seen many in stock in Wandsworth
Stock also in Peterborough, Spalding, Huntingdon & Grantham
Edited by: "mel1408" 21st Dec 2017
Works a treat.
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None near me unfortunately
Save your money and put it towards a decent mower. I have this one and it is utter crap. The Cheap plastic wheels buckle and then break. Each replacement costs £12.95 + postage. I gave up after replacing a wheel for the third time. The stupid forks that the wheels connect to buckle and this is the cause of the wheels failing.
Anyone with any other reviews for this tempered but put off by last comment.
I have one. My front wheels fell off too! And strangely enough wheel are excluded from the 2 year guarantee.
(but were easy to order from the Qualcast Service Desk over the phone - and came in 3 days)
However - considering I only paid £125 for the machine in their sale 2 years ago I think its a fine machine. B&S engine easy to start (first pull every time) and makes a good job of cutting my largish lawn. One lever height adjuster works well and I have found I leave it on the one up from the lowest setting, otherwise it "scalps" the lawn.
and BTW - they seem to have improved the design of the wheels slightly so they may not fall off so much.
Edited by: "Camiano" 21st Dec 2017
I never had a single problem after 2 years use. My very large garden (land) is very flat even if goes up on one side, also no obstacles and possibly that is what makes the difference. When I store it I always ask for help instead of pulling through some steps leading in to the shed, when alone I always lift it up from both side and nicely. All I can recommend is to do your own modification to the air filter which does not last long and in reality is never been that good as the engine needs more air to work properly, can hear and feel the power difference after the modification.Just do some clean holes in to the existing filter and cover with your own made foam filter instead. The only thing I lose from time to time are the wheel cover but they clip back very easily
Edited by: "neroneuk" 21st Dec 2017
look for the 48inches. I got the last one from Wandsworth and they are @£75 same as the 46" and the 41"
Plenty 46" @ Wandsworth
arronc1 h, 10 m ago

Anyone with any other reviews for this tempered but put off by last …Anyone with any other reviews for this tempered but put off by last comment.


Not a review of the product but qualcast is used under licence by Argos and Homebase and not the old qualcast many know just another own brand name. Couple that with the recent split of the two companies you might not get replacement parts.
Longy7 h, 16 m ago

May end up as £127.50 with the discount after xmas: …May end up as £127.50 with the discount after xmas: https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-off-in-homebase-boxing-day-to-31st-dec-2860784


"Only one voucher can be used per purchase and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer, or with the Homebase Team Member Discount Card"
I agree front wheels are too weeak, one season and one has broken and the other is on the way
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