Spear & Jackson 34cm Cordless Lawnmower And Trimmer - 2x 24V £199.99 @ Argos

Spear & Jackson 34cm Cordless Lawnmower And Trimmer - 2x 24V £199.99 @ Argos

£199.99Argos Deals
Found 5th May
WAS £249.99
This item is eligible for same day delivery and faster in‑store collection

The Spear and Jackson 24V cordless lawnmower and grass trimmer set includes two 4.0Ah batteries and a 1-hour fast charger allowing charging of one battery while using the other - allowing you to mow any sized lawn. The brushless motor and lithium cells provide ultimate power and runtime. Includes fast charger and 2 batteries.

A built-in rear roller that helps you achieve a precise, professional striped finish on your lawn. With a 35L grass collection hybrid bag. The collection bag has a grass full indicator, which will tell you when you need to stop and empty it.

Easy cut height adjustment: quickly change the cutting height to suit your lawn with the central cut height adjustment. There are 5 cut heights on this mower, with a cut height range from 2.2cm-6.2cm for both healthy and hard wearing lawns to long, damp grass and uneven lawns.
The 25cm Trimmer will allow you to edge, trim and even reach under benches. The built-in flower guard ensures you can trim grass while protecting your flowers, shrubs and trees. For extra peace of mind Spear & Jackson offer a 3-year guarantee on all Garden Power products.

Lawnmower features:

  • Cordless with battery.
  • Electric rotary motor.
  • Carbon steel blade.
  • 34cm blade width.
  • Cutting heights ranging from 2cm - 6cm.
  • 35 litre grass collection box.
  • Safety switch.
  • Weight 11.38kg.
  • Rear roller.
Grass trimmer features:

  • Cordless with battery.
  • Edging facility.
  • Cutting width 25cm.
  • Safety guard.
  • Weight 3kg.
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Anyone have any experience of this model?
Any good?
joehart28 m ago

Anyone have any experience of this model?Any good?

Spear and jackson is now owned by argos and home.... what ever it is... so its just argos crap with the spear n jackson The garden tools we can (No longer) trust
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