self propelled petrol lawn mower@tesco direct.£128.
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self propelled petrol lawn [email protected] direct.£128.

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Found 18th Mar 2011
Cheap self propelled mower,should be ok for 2 or 3 seasons.In fact tesco doing 20% off most garden power tools.Free click and collect at store.

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Looks good but anyone know what there after-sales would be like? warranty etc?

Thanks

should be ok for 2 or 3 seasons



...at £128 that's not much of a sales pitch!

Would be nice if there were some reviews.

to be fair i bought a reasonably decent mountfield mower 3 years ago for £300+ and it has broken down twice since the 2 yr warranty expired so far costing me £150 in repair work so in all honesty buying this at £128 if it lasts a couple of years it would probably be a saving!!!!

Petrol at £1.35 a litre and rising!
Why do we have to pay all that tax to mow our lawn!

Neiliboy

Looks good but anyone know what there after-sales would be like? warranty … Looks good but anyone know what there after-sales would be like? warranty etc?Thanks



Bought a petrol mower from them a few years ago in the sale. Failed within warranty & they did not have anyone who could repair. Offered refund but ended up getting a replacement equivalent mower.

Use TDX-KMAW - £10 off when you spend £50 on Direct, to bring it down to £118. 256 Clubcard points, plus 3% Quidco. Free to collect from store.

jpd1

Bought a petrol mower from them a few years ago in the sale. Failed … Bought a petrol mower from them a few years ago in the sale. Failed within warranty & they did not have anyone who could repair. Offered refund but ended up getting a replacement equivalent mower.



Tesco direct have always been really good with any returns. So if this went pop, then a refund wouldn't be a problem.

Perfect timing - thanks O.P.

My (t)rusty old 53cm generic rotary packed up last week, so I took a punt on this. Ordered Friday, arrived Monday, and first cut just satisfactory completed. It has a metal deck, but a cloth bag. It is very light and easy to assemble/manipulate, and started first pull. For the money, I'm very satisfied, and even if it only lasts 4 years (which it easily should) then £32 per year is a good price.
Edited by: "sabu57" 21st Mar 2011
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