Webb 40cm Petrol Rotary Lawnmower £89.99 @ Wickes
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Webb 40cm Petrol Rotary Lawnmower £89.99 @ Wickes

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Found 18th Aug 2017
I don't know is it any good but price is not bad I think

From the website

Powerful petrol lawnmower from Webb. With an easy to use handle and a large collection capacity, any keen gardener can rely on this lawnmower.

  • Weight: 28 kg
  • Collection Capacity: 50 L
  • Cutting Height: 25 - 70 mm
  • Cutting Width: 400 mm
  • Power Type: Petrol
  • Colour: Green
  • Manufacturer Model No: WER40HP
  • Country Origin: China
  • Brand Name: Webb
  • Range Description: Lawnmower
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Good reviews can you really complain at this price!
Good price. What are the cheapest you can get with the mulching att
Stock availability is pretty good, and the reviews seem OK too so decided to take a punt.
What's better? Petrol or electric mowers?
Picard1237 m ago

What's better? Petrol or electric mowers?

Petrol, as you don't have a lead to keep out of the road or need an extension lead, just drain out the oil and petrol at the end of cutting season and its ready to go for next year,
Edited by: "feckineejit" 19th Aug 2017
feckineejit36 m ago

Petrol, as you don't have a lead to keep out of the road or need an …Petrol, as you don't have a lead to keep out of the road or need an extension lead, just drain out the oil and petrol at the end of cutting season and its ready to go for next year,


​Why drain the oil? Won't oil protect metal from rust, I was told opposite drain petrol but leave oil in. Petrol will eat the fuel lines but can't see oil doing any harm.
Edited by: "fishleg003" 19th Aug 2017
What
feckineejit3 h, 17 m ago

Petrol, as you don't have a lead to keep out of the road or need an …Petrol, as you don't have a lead to keep out of the road or need an extension lead, just drain out the oil and petrol at the end of cutting season and its ready to go for next year,


If that's the argument battery powered ones must be even better!
Battery powered ones are good for small lawns,but like battery driven cars etc have a certain life span of battery.Have never found a problem with extension lead and mower.
Seems to be lot of this type of mower coming in under £90 when a few years ago sale price was over £100,which with the pound devakueing is surprising.
Edited by: "morrig" 19th Aug 2017
Think this is a better deal if you can get it. Self propelled and cheaper hotukdeals.com/dea…503
Heat added, but sometimes I think they should rename this place HotUKLawnmowers.com
Cheaper to get a goat,no petrol required.
fishleg0037 h, 36 m ago

​Why drain the oil? Won't oil protect metal from rust, I was told opposite …​Why drain the oil? Won't oil protect metal from rust, I was told opposite drain petrol but leave oil in. Petrol will eat the fuel lines but can't see oil doing any harm.



hes talking out of his arse, change the oil at end of season or begining of next if you leave it empty the engine will rust inside a possibly seize, best to use up petrol as it is supposed to leave a varnish type substance that may clog up jets but I dont bother, just run it to mininum and fill up with fresh next year
Edited by: "janz70" 19th Aug 2017
Have a battery powered Bosch and a large lawn - fantastic machine, great cut and beats petrol hands down (at a price admittedly)
janz701 h, 49 m ago

hes talking out of his arse, change the oil at end of season or begining …hes talking out of his arse, change the oil at end of season or begining of next if you leave it empty the engine will rust inside a possibly seize, best to use up petrol as it is supposed to leave a varnish type substance that may clog up jets but I dont bother, just run it to mininum and fill up with fresh next year

That's what I meant to say, as the oil needs changed every few months. So drain it and put in fresh oil, Just like a car
I bought at £129 a few months ago because I thought that was a great price for a petrol mower. This is a fantastic price and it's a good bit of kit for small gardens
Picard12321 h, 13 m ago

What's better? Petrol or electric mowers?


Petrol as you don't have to worry about the wire. Learnt from experience when I chopped my mower wire at the age of 12 and tried putting them back together!
i was thinking about a petrol mower but cant be chewed with the petrol and oil business
healthandsafety19th Aug

Cheaper to get a goat,no petrol required.


And no storage problems at end of mowing season.. straight into the oven.. brill
Great price but not self propelled. Not that you expect it at that price. So not ideal for a sloped lawn
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