Self propelled lawn mower

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Kneeds must. Mr Briggs and Stratton was too heavy for us. A faithful legacy from our previous home before we downsized
 
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Big jump in price for the self propelled over push in chordless. But lots of options.

This shows many alternatives.

John

PS, found this, seems a better price and I imagine Hyundai would be OK.
We have a HYUNDAI HYM60LI420 60V mower with 42cm cut. We purchaced in 2018 to replace a Sovereign (Homebase) Petrol mower. The last two petrol mowers we had the chassis rusted away. The Hyundai is all plastic, making it both very light and very robust. The battery is removable (has to be for charging) and we keep it in the garage. We use the same battery for a strimmer.

Its not self drive but is MUCH easier to push than a petrol mower due to both its lightness and relatively large wheels.
I am sure the self drive version that is mentioned here would be excellent (though not cheap).
 
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Looking again at the label, and investigating further it seems Argos have an ownership of names like Spear and Jackson. Most stuff made in China. A lot of our family brands from years back are not who or what you think.
But those “names “ give us confidence.
Any caravan names in this category😜😜
 
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Looking again at the label, and investigating further it seems Argos have an ownership of names like Spear and Jackson. Most stuff made in China. A lot of our family brands from years back are not who or what you think.
But those “names “ give us confidence.
Any caravan names in this category😜😜
Nice thing about Argos is their No quibble approach should you have a problem.
 
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Nice thing about Argos is their No quibble approach should you have a problem.
Wish that was true in all case. We had one of their "own brand" lawn mowers which packed up when it was about a year old remembering we probably would have only used it at the most for 6 months and then only every 2 weeks for about an hour. The manager gave us a real hard time returning the unit arguing that the unit was nearly a year old and not covered by SOGA!
However by the same token when we bought one of their bedroom suites that could not be assembled due to missing parts, they refunded the same day they collected the article. We would still use Argos..
 
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Wish that was true in all case. We had one of their "own brand" lawn mowers which packed up when it was about a year old remembering we probably would have only used it at the most for 6 months and then only every 2 weeks for about an hour. The manager gave us a real hard time returning the unit arguing that the unit was nearly a year old and not covered by SOGA!
However by the same token when we bought one of their bedroom suites that could not be assembled due to missing parts, they refunded the same day they collected the article. We would still use Argos..
Despite your mixed experiences I think I will still continue to buy my own lottery tickets. 🤣🤣🤣
 
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Despite your mixed experiences I think I will still continue to buy my own lottery tickets. 🤣🤣🤣
How many times have you won the top prize? Get OH to buy the lottery tickets and if you don't win you can blame her! :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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