Unfortunately, this deal has expired 24 November 2022.
300° Expired
40
Posted 16 November 2022

Worx 40cm Cordless Lawn Mower With 2x 4.0Ah Batteries& 2 Port Charger - £151.99 Delivered Using Code @ Worx / eBay (UK Mainland)

£151.99£32353% off
Free · eBay Deals
Avatar
Shared by Ken Deal editor
Joined in 2010
10,162
10,889

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Great offer here on the 40cm model.
Now... I know there are a couple of others around the £94.99-£99.99 mark, also from Worx, which are cracking offers.
But one is a 30cm 20V Max model with a sing 4Ah battery (£99.99) and the other a 34cm model with two 2.0Ah batteries (£94.99)

This one is bigger at 40cm and comes with two of the 4.0Ah batteries, as well as a dual port charger. It may suit your needs better than either of the other two models? Either way, all of the cordless models on Worx eBay right now are fantastic offers, in my opinion. Just because this one is around a third more expensive than the others, it doesn't write it off as a deal in my book. I'm not sure anywhere else can touch these price points regardless.

Use Code - SAVING5

Included in your purchase:
  • x2 4.0AH Batteries
  • x1 dual port charger
  • x1 collection bag

4027765_1.jpg


Introducing the WG743E.1, a 40cm lawnmower that uses two 4.0Ah WORX batteries (supplied) simultaneously, for extra power and runtime. With intellicut technology, the WG743E.1 mower adjusts its speed and power to grass conditions, therefore Providing constant cutting power. Six height settings give you the cut you want, all with the ease of a single lever cutting depth adjustment.

Intellicut technology adjusts speed automatically with different grass conditions, so it keeps consistent cutting efficiency in dense grass. With an innovative deck design this enables the WG743E.1 to cut grass close to fencing/walls, leaving a smaller uncut grass area around the edges.

The WG743E.1 lawnmower is part of the WORX 20V power share battery platform, allowing you to share your 20V Max li-ion battery with your other WORX Garden and power tools. Expand your cordless system, share batteries and save money.

Lawnmower features:
  • two 20V 4.0Ah battery packs.
  • Steel blade. 40cm blade width.
  • 6 cutting heights.
  • Cutting heights ranging from 2cm-8cm.
  • 45 litre grass collection box.
  • Safety switch.


Take a look at our Returning an item help page for more details. You're covered by the eBay Money Back Guarantee if you receive an item that is not as described in the listing.
eBay More details at eBay

Community Updates
Edited by Ken, 16 November 2022
New Comment

You may also like

40 Comments

sorted by
Avatar
  1. Avatar
    Is this a good brand?
    Avatar
    I have 3 x drills (oldest is 6 years old) lawnmower, hedge trimmer and angle grinder, not had a problem with any of them.
    Oldest batteries still going strong too (1.3ah)
    I have 10 batteries and I use them all in the lawnmower so they regularly get drained & recharged.
  2. Avatar
    Could anyone advise what warranty this comes with please? Had a powerbase one that's failed after 9 months.
    Avatar
    "Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Years"

    That's what it states on the listing.
  3. Avatar
    Code no longer working, sadly. Still a great find, though!
  4. Avatar
    Absolute bargain...I paid £240 direct from positec worx ebay store this time last year.

    It's much better than the 30cm and 34cm versions. Mine also came with a rear roller to make stripes. The 4Ah batteries also produce more power than the 2Ah versions.
    Avatar
    The 4Ah batteries do not produce any more power, they simply last longer.
  5. Avatar
    Unfortunately for me it's the push model.
  6. Avatar
    Seems like a cracking price for that cutting blade size and 2 X 4ah batteries. Can anyone give me some real world grass cutting time with this as have a big garden.
    Avatar
    Can't remember exactly but I'm sure when grass is dry and not left to grow really tall I can cut my 50m2 lawn at least 3 to 4 times on a charge....if its wet or longer then the batteries don't last as long as you can hear it ramping up the speed of the blades to deal with it. They automatically adjust the speed and power depending on the resistance
  7. Avatar
    Does anyone know if these have a roller? I fell for the Makita one as I have the batteries to find out it doesn’t have a roller, still in the box unused!
  8. Avatar
    Leaves a decent stripe....not as good as a heavy weight roller you get on a cylinder mower but it is spring loaded so pushes down against the grass
  9. Avatar
    Passed on the previous 2 work mower deals as they were too small. This is a cracking deal considering it comes with 2 x 4ah batteries as well.
    Thanks
    Avatar
    I've got loads of the smaller batteries so this wasn't any good for me
  10. Avatar
    Great find thanks Have been watching this on Amazon for the last year but never saw it go below £269.
    My petrol is 11 years old McCulloch and is good but the metal body is just rusting away what’s a shame as the engine is good.
  11. Avatar
    Got one for about 3 years now, works as expected. Had to sharpen the blade twice. I can recommend it as it is a great mover!
    Avatar
    How did you sharpen the blades?
  12. Avatar
    So if I buy this at lunch time today, there is some kind of nectar wedge of points too ? Any idea how much that would be worth ?

    Ignore me, its on 24th the nectar (edited)
  13. Avatar
    I have to say, I am really impressed with this mower!

    I purchased this not expecting much, but I was really surprised by how it coped with the long wet grass in my garden on turbo mode (under less than ideal mowing conditions!)

    I did the first cut on a high cut setting before moving on to a shorter one the second time arounf and all on a single charge. I'm really pleased with this so far, I wish I changed to a battery mower sooner!
  14. Avatar
    Thanks for posting. Just managed to order one after being OOS for a few days. The listing mentions more than 10 available now with the offer ending in 6 hours 41 minutes. (edited)
Avatar