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Webb H30 Push Mower 30cm

Webb H30 Push Mower - 30cm

by Webb

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From top British brand Webb, the WEH30 Side-Wheel Hand-Mower combines an ultra-compact 30cm cut with a straightforward hand-push design to make it a great choice if you’re looking after a small lawn in a noise-sensitive area. It comes with a front-mounted catcher, so you won’t have to rake-up clippings; and it offers four preset cutting-heights for the creation of a ‘just so’ finish. Weighs just 9.1kg.

Built to Webb’s usual exacting standards, this simple but effective hand-push cylinder-mower is aimed at gardeners seeking a hassle-free and environmentally-sound way to maintain a small grassed-area.

Its lack of petrol-engine or electric motor makes it a great choice if you’re living in a noise-sensitive urban area; while the absence of a power-cord gives you unrestricted freedom to move around your garden.

Thanks to its classic cylinder-type design, whereby the blades cut with a precise scissor-like action, the Webb WEH30 won’t tear and bruise the grass, as is often the case with rotary-action mowers.

It’s supplied with a forward-positioned grass-collector (17-litres) that eliminates the need for post-mowing raking; and it features simple tool-free cutting-height selection from the four positions available (a lowest setting of just 10mm means a super-neat finish can be achieved).

The unique Autoset cylinder on this model means there’s no need to manually adjust the blade - it simply adjusts itself!

A working-width of just 30cm makes it easy to manoeuvre and easy to store.

Backed by a lengthy two-year manufacturer’s warranty.

  • Height of Cut: 10mm-40mm.
  • Height of Cuts: 4.
  • Number of Blades: 6.
  • Collector Capacity: 17ltr.
  • Tool Free Height Adjustments.
  • Plastic Rear Roller.

 

Weight: 9kg

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