Lawn Mowers

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  1. RightTurnClyde

    RightTurnClyde

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    I'm currently in the market for a new mower for an average sized front/back lawn. What mower have you got? Is it any good? Hover, rotary, petrol? Which brands to avoid?

    Cheers.

    And no, I can't brick my lawn and set it ablaze, as tempting as that may be.
     
  2. idahoblues

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  3. Barcon

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    I have a Toro with a briggs and straton motor, only because I can't afford a honda.
     

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  4. Blue Mist

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    Whatever you do, don't get a Patrick. You will have problems getting it out of the Woolpack.
     
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  5. idahoblues

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    Or you should get one of these, like I have. Then you can leave it in the shed and use the Honda
     
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  6. manimanc

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    How big is your lawn?
     
  7. denislawsbackheel

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    He said.

    its average...
     
  8. DTKOAG

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    Bosch and make sure it has a roller for the stripes.
     
  9. jimharri

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    Get a few of these.....

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    Fuck all maintenance required, no trips down to the petrol station with your jerry can and every once in a while your sunday dinner is sorted. And, of course, the added bonus that if you're short of, er, company some evening.......
     
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  10. crublue1

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    Murray ec370
    It's a hover type with wheels. Electric.
    I had it off amazon in Feb. Was £82 delivered.
    It seems very powerful compared to my old flymo.
    Has a big grass box so you're not forever emptying it. So far I'm impressed.
     

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