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Alan4711Alan4711 LincolnshirePosts: 1,577

Morning all, On the 13/10/2014  I said I would keep the people looking for a mower up to date on the one we had bought,Well after a season of use I can say its the best one we have had, I,ll put the details in below ,the best part for Kate as she is 5 feet 1 inch tall was the self propelled the easy pull start and the one lever that adjust all the wheels in one go, at the time I was unable to walk so Kate did the graft but now i,m not so bad and I find the mower perfect for an average size garden with uneven lawns, thats where the one lever adjuster comes into its own so quick.Right would I buy it again ,and remembering I looked at so many ,yes its a cracker hope this helps.


  • The Qualcast - Self Propelled Petrol Rotary Lawnmower - 125cc is powered by a Briggs and Stratton 450 Series engine and has a steel chassis for durability.
  • Material: Steel.
  • Cutting height range: 5 settings (25-75mm).
  • Cutting width: 46cm.
  • Colour: Green.
  • Type: Petrol.
  • Features: Height adjustment lever, folding handle..
  • Collection capacity: 55L grass collection bag.
  • Engine: 125cc, 4 stroke.
  • Weight: 27kg.
  • Guarantee: 2 years. Good luck all sunny erein Munsimage


  • amy165amy165 Posts: 13

    HI there looking for participants for market research for a redesign of a lawnmower for Cardiff based design consultancy.

    If you hare 55 and over please fill in this short survey would love to get your opinions.


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  • I am in my eighties and have been cutting grass for a number of years. 0ne of the problems with a rotary mower is maintenance ie turning the mower over. what I would like is a mower where the power unit could be easily remover so it could be either petrol or electric. Does such a mower exist.

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