WORX WG927E Cordless 34cm Mower & Trimmer Kit - 2 Batteries £150 C&C / £153.95 delivered @ Argos
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WORX WG927E Cordless 34cm Mower & Trimmer Kit - 2 Batteries £150 C&C / £153.95 delivered @ Argos

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Posted 11th Jun
One of the few cordless mowers that cuts as low as 20mm.
Been waiting for this to drop and it's dropped £50 today.
Amazon etc selling for £200.
£150 collected or £153.95 delivered. Got mine coming this afternoon.

2x20V Max 34cm lawnmower cuts up to 230m2 with 2pc 2.0Ah fully charged batteries, (both batteries need to be used at the same time). Cut dense grass by using Intellicut technology, which helps to maintain the motor speed under load. Features cut to edge, easy cutting height adjustment, compact storage with foldable handle, and rear roller to give a stripe effect to your lawn. Comes with a 20V Max trimmer/edger, automatic line feed, flower protection guard for precise and accurate trimming. 20V Max PowerShare - Share batteries, save money. 2x20V Max 34cm cordless lawnmower, for lawns up to 230m2 with dual port charger, to charge both batteries within 2 hours. Includes 20V Max grass trimmer.
Lawn mower cuts up to 230m2 with 2pc 2.0ah fully charged batteries. Free 2 year guarantee, 3 years if extended online at worx. Com. 1 year pro guarantee.
Lawnmower features:
  • Cordless with battery.
  • Electric rotary motor.
  • Steel blade.
  • 34cm blade width.
  • Cutting heights ranging from 2cm - 7cm.
  • 30 litre grass collection box.
  • Safety switch.
  • Weight 11.9kg.
  • Rear roller.
Grass trimmer features:
  • Cordless without battery.
  • Edging facility.
  • Cutting width 25cm.
  • Safety guard.
  • Weight 1.5kg.
General information:
  • Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee.
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brilly11/06/2019 11:56

i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their …i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their shoes doesn't care about their lawn so probably doesnt need a mower.



You're using copyrighted material there.
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Great mower and strimmer. I bought this a couple of months back
roastspud11/06/2019 11:17

Great mower and strimmer. I bought this a couple of months back





That's good to hear as i've been looking at mowers for the last couple of months and when i saw 25% off this today i kind of forgot all my research and impulse bought lol.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 11th Jun
m1keyp1key11/06/2019 11:22

That's good to hear as i've been looking at mowers for the last couple of …That's good to hear as i've been looking at mowers for the last couple of months and when i saw 25% off this today i kind of forgot all my research and impulse bought lol.


I set mine between turbo and eco and manage to do both the front and back lawn and strim
2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal regardless but take account of this if you have anything bigger than a postage stamp to mow
Want this, good find!
MrWani11/06/2019 11:43

2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal …2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal regardless but take account of this if you have anything bigger than a postage stamp to mow


Surely it makes a difference that you have to use 2 of then so that would be the same as using a 4ah.
i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their shoes doesn't care about their lawn so probably doesnt need a mower.
brilly11/06/2019 11:56

i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their …i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their shoes doesn't care about their lawn so probably doesnt need a mower.



You're using copyrighted material there.
MrWani11/06/2019 11:43

2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal …2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal regardless but take account of this if you have anything bigger than a postage stamp to mow



Works perfectly fine for me. Granted im not trying to cut a football field but I have two decent size lawns and i have enough charge left to strim the edges afterwards..
MrWani11/06/2019 11:43

2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal …2ah batteries completely inadequate for a lawn mower. Great deal regardless but take account of this if you have anything bigger than a postage stamp to mow


A lot of the expensive Bosch mowers use 2ah batteries and get very good reviews so I am not sure you are correct about that although the one in question here does seem to have poor battery life according to the reviews.
Edited by: "konicky" 11th Jun
Looks like a decent deal, nice find
m1keyp1key11/06/2019 11:51

Surely it makes a difference that you have to use 2 of then so that would …Surely it makes a difference that you have to use 2 of then so that would be the same as using a 4ah.


No the 2 batteries effectively make it 40volt 2 ah. Some of the reviews state the batteries are inadequate which was my first thought. Check out other battery powered lawn mowers anything decent has at least 4ah. 2ah will max out at approx 200m2 (e.g.10m X 20m). That's not huge especially if you have a front and rear garden to do. Also assumes the grass is kept relatively short and no battery degradation over time.
roastspud11/06/2019 12:01

Works perfectly fine for me. Granted im not trying to cut a football field …Works perfectly fine for me. Granted im not trying to cut a football field but I have two decent size lawns and i have enough charge left to strim the edges afterwards..


In fairness I get through 2 of these batteries just strimming my garden. I have the worx strimmer but not the mower.
It says that the strimmer does not have a battery?
blue_eyes77711/06/2019 13:09

It says that the strimmer does not have a battery?


Because the mower comes with 2 x 2ah batteries, so you just swap them out
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 11th Jun
brilly11/06/2019 11:56

i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their …i don't get the 70mm cut, whoever lets their grass grow well above their shoes doesn't care about their lawn so probably doesnt need a mower.

70mm is not necessarily that deep for a first cut after winter. If you go away for winter and come back around May, over 70mm is achievable and for a first cut 70mm is fine. You may follow up with less the same day but it would not be good to go ploughing in at 40mm straight off for the mower or the grass. Nice to have the option, that's all. One does not expect to cut at 70mm all the time.

Just an observation which might help you "get" it.
PS, hope your XZ1C is fine, mine is 👌.
MrWani11/06/2019 12:36

No the 2 batteries effectively make it 40volt 2 ah. Some of the reviews …No the 2 batteries effectively make it 40volt 2 ah. Some of the reviews state the batteries are inadequate which was my first thought. Check out other battery powered lawn mowers anything decent has at least 4ah. 2ah will max out at approx 200m2 (e.g.10m X 20m). That's not huge especially if you have a front and rear garden to do. Also assumes the grass is kept relatively short and no battery degradation over time.



Hoping it should be fine for my lawn as i keep it very short and mow once a week.
micronX711/06/2019 13:13

70mm is not necessarily that deep for a first cut after winter. If you go …70mm is not necessarily that deep for a first cut after winter. If you go away for winter and come back around May, over 70mm is achievable and for a first cut 70mm is fine. You may follow up with less the same day but it would not be good to go ploughing in at 40mm straight off for the mower or the grass. Nice to have the option, that's all. One does not expect to cut at 70mm all the time. Just an observation which might help you "get" it. PS, hope your XZ1C is fine, mine is 👌.


I think he was being sarcastic because he's quoted me word for word from something i said last week. Either that or someone thinks exactly the same as me which is unfortunate for them lol.

I think alot of the cuts on mowers are just daft. Should be more lower ones with smaller intervals.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 11th Jun
konicky11/06/2019 12:32

A lot of the expensive Bosch mowers use 2ah batteries and get very good …A lot of the expensive Bosch mowers use 2ah batteries and get very good reviews so I am not sure you are correct about that although the one in question here does seem to have poor battery life according to the reviews.


I agree, 20v 2ah batteries will have a battering over time...
I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few weeks). I also bought 2 of these the other day - hotukdeals.com/dea…535

Hopefully a set of 2ah and 3ah batteries will be more than enough for my lawn. I also actually have a set of 1.5ah as well so plenty to go around
97browng11/06/2019 13:38

I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few …I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few weeks). I also bought 2 of these the other day - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jcb-20v-li-ion-3ah-battery-for-jcb-cordless-drills-20-at-bq-free-cc-3241535Hopefully a set of 2ah and 3ah batteries will be more than enough for my lawn. I also actually have a set of 1.5ah as well so plenty to go around



Don't suppose you happen to know if ABP218J2 & JCB-BAT20LI3 are the same JCB battery? Think i might get a spare battery or two if i can get them cheap.
I bought one of these few weeks back - good mower.
97browng11/06/2019 13:38

I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few …I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few weeks). I also bought 2 of these the other day - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jcb-20v-li-ion-3ah-battery-for-jcb-cordless-drills-20-at-bq-free-cc-3241535Hopefully a set of 2ah and 3ah batteries will be more than enough for my lawn. I also actually have a set of 1.5ah as well so plenty to go around


Perfect exactly the point I was trying to make factor in an extra £40 for these extra batteries and this mower will do a decent job on an average sized garden.
Personally really like the quality of my worx equipment (especially strimmer)and this deal is great.
Which one would be a better lawnmowever. This or the Lidl one mentioned the other day. lidl.co.uk/en/…086.
The Lidl one has a brushless motor. Does anyone know if this one does. The advantage of the Worx one is I have other Worx tools and the batteries will be readily available. I only bought a new Worx Strimmer last month :-(
Any suggestions to which one would be best.
Thanks
I got this. Barely covers a 50m2 lawn with the 2 batteries. Make sure you cut your lawn every 2-3 weeks, wait any longer the grass will be too long and battery will die before you finish.

It leaves alot of clippings behind and it doesn't mulch the grass so you'll have to empty the clippings too often. If I had to buy a mower again, I would get a petrol mower since cordless is great but this one is just not adequate.
Edited by: "Slash" 11th Jun
Slash11/06/2019 15:09

I got this. Barely covers a 50m2 lawn with the 2 batteries. Make sure you …I got this. Barely covers a 50m2 lawn with the 2 batteries. Make sure you cut your lawn every 2-3 weeks, wait any longer the grass will be too long and battery will die before you finish.It leaves alot of clippings behind and it doesn't mulch the grass so you'll have to empty the clippings too often. If I had to buy a mower again, I would get a petrol mower since cordless is great but this one is just not adequate.



I always thought ideally for a decent lawn you should be mowing once a week.

I've been getting a bit concerned about the feedback on battery life but i think for people like me that will give the first cut after winter with a manual mower and will then mow once a week cordless i'll be fine with battery life.
m1keyp1key11/06/2019 15:13

I always thought ideally for a decent lawn you should be mowing once a …I always thought ideally for a decent lawn you should be mowing once a week. I've been getting a bit concerned about the feedback on battery life but i think for people like me that will give the first cut after winter with a manual mower and will then mow once a week cordless i'll be fine with battery life.


put it in eco mode and mow regularly and it's fine - batteries run out quicker when it's long and has to work a lot harder.
m1keyp1key11/06/2019 15:13

I always thought ideally for a decent lawn you should be mowing once a …I always thought ideally for a decent lawn you should be mowing once a week.


Yes, if it has mulching feature but it doesn't. Most people cut their lawns every few weeks. This mower doesn't do well with wet grass either so just hope the British weather is dry on the weekend.
Slash11/06/2019 15:41

Yes, if it has mulching feature but it doesn't. Most people cut their …Yes, if it has mulching feature but it doesn't. Most people cut their lawns every few weeks. This mower doesn't do well with wet grass either so just hope the British weather is dry on the weekend.



I was always told not to mow wet grass anyway as it's no good for it.
micronX711/06/2019 13:13

70mm is not necessarily that deep for a first cut after winter. If you go …70mm is not necessarily that deep for a first cut after winter. If you go away for winter and come back around May, over 70mm is achievable and for a first cut 70mm is fine. You may follow up with less the same day but it would not be good to go ploughing in at 40mm straight off for the mower or the grass. Nice to have the option, that's all. One does not expect to cut at 70mm all the time. Just an observation which might help you "get" it. PS, hope your XZ1C is fine, mine is 👌.


As Cat Stevens said, the first cut is the deepest
I've had this for over a year now and it's been an excellent mower but I have to agree that 2 x 2ah batteries isn't enough for a largish lawn especially if it's wet or slightly longer than usual. I've got a couple of extra 2ah batteries from other worx tools (like the drill and hedge trimmer) and usually swapping them out once is enough. The strimmer is really good too.
m1keyp1key11/06/2019 13:56

Don't suppose you happen to know if ABP218J2 & JCB-BAT20LI3 are the same …Don't suppose you happen to know if ABP218J2 & JCB-BAT20LI3 are the same JCB battery? Think i might get a spare battery or two if i can get them cheap.


I don't know, but I do know that the ones I posted work in my Worx Drill which apparently work in the lawnmower.
I've got a slightly different/older model, but it's very similar and I love mine. Having no wires/extension leads or stinky and noisy petrol/oil/spark plugs to worry about is great.

Regarding the batteries I normally use 2 4.0 Ah batteries (That came with a drill set surprisingly) in mine and I'd guess I get around an hours worth of mowing (I'll time it next time), which is enough for a reasonable area. For a small lawn the 2.0 Ah's would be okay. If not, either get some spares/upgrades, or just recharge over lunch.

97browng11/06/2019 13:38

I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few …I got this this morning (been waiting for it to come down for a few weeks). I also bought 2 of these the other day - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jcb-20v-li-ion-3ah-battery-for-jcb-cordless-drills-20-at-bq-free-cc-3241535Hopefully a set of 2ah and 3ah batteries will be more than enough for my lawn. I also actually have a set of 1.5ah as well so plenty to go around


I did too with the same plan, but be warned, although they fit okay, for some reason, most of them won't power my Worx mower. I've no idea why, as they fit and are charged and I even tested them in my other worx tools, which were fine. It says it has power and starts for a second or 2, but then cuts out, You might have better luck than me though hopefully @97browng
Anyone had any experience with this mower as it's only a tenner more and comes with 2x 4amh batteries (Spear & Jackson 34cm Cordless Lawnmower and Trimmer - 2x 24V - Argos £160)
Serpico7311/06/2019 16:38

Anyone had any experience with this mower as it's only a tenner more and …Anyone had any experience with this mower as it's only a tenner more and comes with 2x 4amh batteries (Spear & Jackson 34cm Cordless Lawnmower and Trimmer - 2x 24V - Argos £160)


Not directly, but looks like a decent deal too:-
argos.co.uk/pro…238

I did recently buy their cordless pole trimmer and it seems pretty decent. And S & J stuff is usually very good generally IME (WIth their hand tools).

Plus, it has great reviews and a 3 year warranty, so I'd say it depends mostly on whether you already have any other batteries or tools from the same system (or fancy some more in the future. Worx seem to have a bigger range overall, but no pole trimmer that I'm aware of!).
UKBFG11/06/2019 17:02

Not directly, but looks like a decent deal …Not directly, but looks like a decent deal too:-https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7459238I did recently buy their cordless pole trimmer and it seems pretty decent. And S & J stuff is usually very good generally IME (WIth their hand tools). Plus, it has great reviews and a 3 year warranty, so I'd say it depends mostly on whether you already have any other batteries or tools from the same system (or fancy some more in the future. Worx seem to have a bigger range overall, but no pole trimmer that I'm aware of!).


Thanks for the info
Mine's here.....thanks to the great British summer it might be a while before i get to use it and report back my thoughts on it.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 11th Jun
Serpico7311/06/2019 16:38

Anyone had any experience with this mower as it's only a tenner more and …Anyone had any experience with this mower as it's only a tenner more and comes with 2x 4amh batteries (Spear & Jackson 34cm Cordless Lawnmower and Trimmer - 2x 24V - Argos £160)


Not me, but i nearly bought it and would have if the Worx wasn't on offer. Obviously the S & J will be better for bigger gardens and i've noticed the Worx has a wider selection of cutting heights.

I've not seen the S&J anywhere else so that's a concern if it's an Argos exclusive then spare parts might be hard to source.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 11th Jun
I've been looking at cordless lawn mowers recently, everything points to EGO with 56V batteries.

egopowerplus.co.uk/products/mowers

They start from £400 but a decent mower should last 10+ years, the self propelled 50cm is tempting! They're an American company, lots of reviews on YouTube of people that have had them 4-5 yrs.
Edited by: "daver77" 11th Jun
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