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Yard Force 37cm 40V Cordless Rotary Lawnmower - £155.12 @ Amazon
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Yard Force 37cm 40V Cordless Rotary Lawnmower - £155.12 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Jun
Yard Force 37cm Cordless Rotary Lawnmower with 40V 2.5Ah Battery, Charger and Rear Roller.

I've been looking for a cordless for several weeks and after prising myself away from the temptation of an EGO mower i've settled on this one. It has a good charge/usage time and a 4Ah battery is available to purchase seperately if you need more. It has a roller which is rare nowadays and folds up for storage.

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Ordered the same one yesterday after my Bosch one eventually died. I hope it's roughly comparable!
paul_merton18/06/2019 12:04

Ordered the same one yesterday after my Bosch one eventually died. I hope …Ordered the same one yesterday after my Bosch one eventually died. I hope it's roughly comparable!



I read a review saying someone bought this alongside a Bosch cordless and returned the Bosch as this was as good. Not bad considering it's less than half the price!

I was tempted with this though, 108V cordless!!!
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I hope it's made better than their 32cm one which is absolute garbage.
Seems like a good offer from a reputable if lessor known company. Contrary to the OP’s comment though the inclusion of arear roller puts me off.
m1keyp1key18/06/2019 12:45

I hope it's made better than their 32cm one which is absolute garbage.


What was wrong with it? I've ordered it for delivery on Saturday so got time to change my mind!
Edited by: "daver77" 18th Jun
On the 32cm one the "key" isn't well designed and not really in the best place (the 32cm one has loads of reviews all complaining about faulty keys).

The grass box was very flimsy and didnt fit together well. Then it wouldnt fit the back of the mower properly and left a massive gap for clippings to fall through.

The whole thing was alot more flimsy than the Worx one i got the other day.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 18th Jun
I emailed Yard Force this morning about the battery as I really wanted the unit with a 4Ah battery but couldn't find it anywhere. Got a reply saying the LMG37 (this model) comes with the 4Ah battery as does the LMG40. Can't find the LMG40 for sale anywhere, i'm guessing it's just the 40cm version
I've got a spare 2.5a battery and charger.......charger used once, battery not used. Supposedly it's hard to buy spares.....if you read some of the amazon reviews.

The 32cm mower we got off amazon they told us to dump when it wouldnt work so we took it up the tip but kept the battery and charger.

The mower amazon sent us had a faulty motor (we took it all apart after amazon told us to dump it).
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 18th Jun
m1keyp1key18/06/2019 13:47

I've got a spare 2.5a battery and charger.......charger used once, battery …I've got a spare 2.5a battery and charger.......charger used once, battery not used. Supposedly it's hard to buy spares.....if you read some of the amazon reviews.


The website just seems to be badly designed, I found this by a Google search yardforce.eu/en/…es/ , can't find any links to that page elsewhere.
Edited by: "daver77" 18th Jun
daver7718/06/2019 13:54

The website just seems to be badly design, I found this by a Google search …The website just seems to be badly design, I found this by a Google search https://www.yardforce.eu/en/accessories-consumables/ , can't find any links to that page elsewhere.



£70 for the battery i have.......i better get mine put on ebay lol.

They are ripping people off.
m1keyp1key18/06/2019 13:59

£70 for the battery i have.......i better get mine put on ebay lol.They …£70 for the battery i have.......i better get mine put on ebay lol.They are ripping people off.



Only a £5 difference for the 4Ah!

I have quite a few Makita LXT batteries, my head is saying stick to them for the mower.
Edited by: "daver77" 18th Jun
There is a mower in Aldi for £75 (40cm cut) but you have to then buy a battery and charger
daver7718/06/2019 15:33

Only a £5 difference for the 4Ah!I have quite a few Makita LXT batteries, …Only a £5 difference for the 4Ah!I have quite a few Makita LXT batteries, my head is saying stick to them for the mower.



You probably should, unless they make bad mowers........although i doubt it. I'm sure i remember one with a wide cut that had something like 13 different height settings.
m1keyp1key18/06/2019 16:07

You probably should, unless they make bad mowers........although i doubt …You probably should, unless they make bad mowers........although i doubt it. I'm sure i remember one with a wide cut that had something like 13 different height settings.



Makita DLM431Z, that's the one i'm looking at. The cheaper Makita's don't have brushless motors though which seems to affect the run time, only 30mins for 2x5Ah batteries.
m1keyp1key18/06/2019 13:13

On the 32cm one the "key" isn't well designed and not really in the best …On the 32cm one the "key" isn't well designed and not really in the best place (the 32cm one has loads of reviews all complaining about faulty keys).The grass box was very flimsy and didnt fit together well. Then it wouldnt fit the back of the mower properly and left a massive gap for clippings to fall through.The whole thing was alot more flimsy than the Worx one i got the other day.


I have the Worx mower, it works well with good battery life. It really impressed me after the recent rain, with wet grass that was longer than usual, I thought it would struggle but it coped OK. I bought the old model last year and found a second set of 2.0ah batteries cheap so it cost me £170 altogether.
I have other Worx tools and have found being able to use the batteries on all the tools & mower very useful.

I would look at how much a second battery costs as it is more convenient to swap batteries out and finish the job than have to wait for the batteries to recharge. You really want to know how much a replacement battery costs anyway.

Biggest plus is half the weight of a petrol mower and no petrol to fetch or store.
Edited by: "whathesmeg" 18th Jun
£212 now.
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