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Lawn mowers..........Anyone spotted a bargain? Electric one needed for small garden

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juniperdewdrop Thu 10-Jul-08 12:12:32

I recently moved to a house with a garden and am having to keep strimming the lawn as I haven't got a lawnmower yet.

Has anyone spotted a lawn mower bargain? I can't afford too much.

MsPontipine Thu 10-Jul-08 20:16:49

I've got this - paid a lot more than this for mine.

I'm very happy with it - I know you said electric but this is fab for small lawn - safer to use with children around and less hassle re flexes etc. It does a lovely job and it is no effort at all - even ds (5) can do it - under very close supervision!!

nancy75 Thu 10-Jul-08 20:20:52

check places liek argos and homebase, with this glorious summer weather they are probably desperate to get rid of them.

juniperdewdrop Sat 12-Jul-08 17:22:56

thanks for the messages. I ordered that one MsPontipine as the dss can help me mow lawn until the novelty wears off grin

MsPontipine Sat 12-Jul-08 22:15:03

Excellent - Hope you're as happy with yours as I am! When it comes you have to do a bit of self assembly. Don't panic!! If I can put mine together anyone can - then only thing I needed to use was a pair of pliers to tighten the nuts - happy mowing

juniperdewdrop Sun 13-Jul-08 12:08:27

thanks MsP I thought I'd have to put it together but am ok with that smile I've got plenty of tools so I'll be fine.

missingtheaction Sun 13-Jul-08 15:09:35

when the novelty wears off I can recommend the Bosch Rotak 34. I am not sure what hidden talents it has but DP has never objected to using it so it must be good! grin

got it from Gardenlines, best price on the day

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