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WORX WG776E 40 V Lithium-Ion Cordless 33cm Lawn Mower - £150 @ Amazon
WORX WG776E 40 V Lithium-Ion Cordless 33cm Lawn Mower - £150 @ Amazon

WORX WG776E 40 V Lithium-Ion Cordless 33cm Lawn Mower - £150 @ Amazon

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The WG776E LI-ion cordless rotary lawnmower uses Intellicut Technology to maintain cutting efficiency in dense and overgrown grassEnjoy quieter mowing with Mute technology, which reduces noise to a whisperIncludes 1pc battery pack,1pc charger,1pc grass collection bag

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Great price I got mine from homebase for £259, I love it easy to use light weight and NO CABLES, battery charges quickly and folds up small

looking for a cordless lawn mower. there has been a few reviews indicating the battery is not very good and you need a spare. which would bring this price above the £200 mark. is that still a good deal? are there any lawnmowers better for the same price?

Anyone have info on the battery situation? Tried to mow the lawn yesterday using petrol mower & I have a leak...petrol everywhere!! Tempted with the electric route but needs to last really at least 30 mins?

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robertfenn

Anyone have info on the battery situation? Tried to mow the lawn … Anyone have info on the battery situation? Tried to mow the lawn yesterday using petrol mower & I have a leak...petrol everywhere!! Tempted with the electric route but needs to last really at least 30 mins?




Question:
How long does the battery last before recharging (approx)

Answer:
A full charge just about cuts my Lawn, taking about thirty minutes, leaving the edges to be strimmed afterwards. But recharging the battery only takes three hours, allowing the Lawn to be cross cut in one day.
By Raym,ond on 25 May 2016

20-25 minutes depending on length of grass
By Jeanniedot on 25 May 2016

Does my lawn easily. If grass is very long or wet best strim it first but lasts a good thirty mins
By Beverely L. on 25 May 2016

I would say about 40 minutes. It did my lawn twice before I needed to recharge it. I love the mower, wished I had got it years ago.
By notnan on 25 May 2016

Depends on the toughness and length of the grass. Thirty minutes I would hope for normally.
By stourie on 25 May 2016

I would say the battery lasts about 30 minutes.
It takes me 20 minutes to cut the lawn and I charge the battery before each cut to avoid the need to stop halfway!
This is using the battery on Quiet mode.
By Robfitz on 25 May 2016

it depends on the length of the grass and also if the grass is very wet. I have a patch of lawn approx. 20ft x 60ft and a full charge does this area with no problem even if a bit wet. I bought a second battery just in case.
By Terry Daly on 25 May 2016

Also available in Homebase for £150

"No matter the grass length or condition, the WG776E can handle it..." That would be an interesting one for Trading Standards!

robertfenn

Anyone have info on the battery situation? Tried to mow the lawn … Anyone have info on the battery situation? Tried to mow the lawn yesterday using petrol mower & I have a leak...petrol everywhere!! Tempted with the electric route but needs to last really at least 30 mins?


Whats the problem with the leak,can't it be fixed?

Argos has a Qualcast model for £149.99 with good reviews.... argos.co.uk/pro…584

morrig

Argos has a Qualcast model for £149.99 with good reviews.... … Argos has a Qualcast model for £149.99 with good reviews.... http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2878584



£170 including strimmer. That looks a very good deal - would be a better suited to me garden as even with an extension cable I struggle to get the thorns at the back.

Besford

"No matter the grass length or condition, the WG776E can handle it..." … "No matter the grass length or condition, the WG776E can handle it..." That would be an interesting one for Trading Standards!



They don't say if it handles it well or badly ... just that it handles it

Sparks11

Question:How long does the battery last before recharging … Question:How long does the battery last before recharging (approx)Answer:A full charge just about cuts my Lawn, taking about thirty minutes, leaving the edges to be strimmed afterwards. But recharging the battery only takes three hours, allowing the Lawn to be cross cut in one day.By Raym,ond on 25 May 201620-25 minutes depending on length of grassBy Jeanniedot on 25 May 2016Does my lawn easily. If grass is very long or wet best strim it first but lasts a good thirty minsBy Beverely L. on 25 May 2016I would say about 40 minutes. It did my lawn twice before I needed to recharge it. I love the mower, wished I had got it years ago.By notnan on 25 May 2016Depends on the toughness and length of the grass. Thirty minutes I would hope for normally.By stourie on 25 May 2016I would say the battery lasts about 30 minutes.It takes me 20 minutes to cut the lawn and I charge the battery before each cut to avoid the need to stop halfway!This is using the battery on Quiet mode.By Robfitz on 25 May 2016it depends on the length of the grass and also if the grass is very wet. I have a patch of lawn approx. 20ft x 60ft and a full charge does this area with no problem even if a bit wet. I bought a second battery just in case.By Terry Daly on 25 May 2016



​Assume half the time for the eventual deterioration of the battery.

And factor in replacement costs, the bigger worry is if the battery standard exists in the future.
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