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Cordless lawn mowers


21 May 2020 4:55PM
mains or battery for grass cutting what is your view
saltireblue Plus
11 11.8k 75 Norway
21 May 2020 4:56PM
Robot.
dark_lord Plus
17 2.8k 769 England
21 May 2020 5:07PM
Rent-a-sheep.
Chrism8 14 981 28 England
21 May 2020 5:12PM

Quote:Rent-a-sheep.


LOL, prob cheaper more efficient and gives you a decent dinner eventually Smile
Jestertheclown 12 8.4k 253 England
21 May 2020 5:16PM
Get someone else to do it . . .
Silverlake 1 793 United Kingdom
21 May 2020 6:00PM
Robot
chase Plus
15 2.1k 562 England
21 May 2020 6:23PM
Battery, I have one, it's much safer, no cables to mow over.
cuffit Plus
14 353 7 England
21 May 2020 6:29PM
Three years ago, our Mountfield petrol mower died after 25 years of service - not a bad return on investment; it had a USA Briggs and Stratton engine and wasn't treated that well. I am not sure the modern petrol Mountfields are as good these days. Like the mower, I am starting to knock on a bit and, having moved, wanted something lighter for a smaller front and back garden; an area just a bit too big for dragging a long electric cable around and too small really for a motor mower. At the time, electric mowers seemed more common and we chose a Mountfield electric. It wasn't cheap for a plastic body, battery and a motor but it performs really well and has not let me down this last 3 years. Somehow, the system sent me a second battery and I also bought an electric Mountfield strimmer and all the batteries are compatible. The mower is really light and easy to carry, I remove the battery and grass bin between gardens and it's easy. (it's easy even if they are all attached but I did say I was knocking onSmile.

I guess your choice will also be determined by the area you have to cover, weight and cost etc. I think the electric models are even better now but they are expensive for what you get (not dissimilar perhaps to the cars of late). Mine is not that heavy so the roller leaves the nice lines but they don't last long. It does the job, it is easy to look after and carry. I hope this helps. Chris
21 May 2020 6:44PM
thanks for replies
saltireblue Plus
11 11.8k 75 Norway
21 May 2020 6:48PM
I always finish off the edges with nail scissors - I do like a neatly trimmed edge...Wink
dcash29 15 2.4k England
21 May 2020 8:50PM
Battery. Takes half the time to cut the lawn
DaveRyder Plus
7 5.3k 9 United Kingdom
21 May 2020 9:37PM

Quote:Robot.


Grandchildren... sooner I can get him back round.
DaveRyder Plus
7 5.3k 9 United Kingdom
21 May 2020 9:39PM
Mains supplied leccy for me.
capto Plus
9 6.6k 25 United Kingdom
21 May 2020 9:48PM
How long are the batteries guaranteed for and what's the cost of replacing them?
Dave_Canon 14 2.0k United Kingdom
21 May 2020 9:52PM
I wanted a cordless self propelled as I have a back problem. It would set me back about 450 so my wife decided a waste of money. I suggested a robot but that seemed to make her angry. So I said if I cannot get either we are stuck with the existing mains electric mower which I cannot use. Rather than give way she said that she would mow the lawns in future and has ever since.

Dave

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