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Mountfield HP42 petrol lawnmower

£269.00 inc VAT

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Description

The new Mountfield HP42 petrol push lawn mower model represents Superb Value for money and is undoubtedly going to be a huge seller this season.

Powered by a Mountfield 123cc 4 stroke engine, the HP42 lawn mower is ideal for small to medium sized lawns. The engine is very easy to start, with a standard recoil rope system and will give many years of trouble-free mowing.

Each wheel is fitted with a height adjuster, offering 5 pre-set cutting positions from 22mm to 65mm, so adjusting the height of cut is quick and simple. The easy to remove collector holds and impressive 60 litres of grass and the mower can also be used without the collector, if you wish to leave the cuttings.

The Mountfield HP42 lawn mower can also recycle the grass clippings back into the grass using the included mulch kit.

This great little mower is a light and easy to use and extremely economical to run and with fold down handles making it easier to store. The tough polypropylene chassis won’t rust giving your many years of service.

A bottle of 4-stroke engine oil will be included with this lawn mower to get you started.

 

Specification

 

BrandMountfield
Power SourcePetrol
Power DetailsMountfield ST120 OHV 4-stroke engine / 123cc / 1.90 kW @ 2900 rpm
Starting MethodRecoil
DesignWheeled
Cutter DeckSteel
Cutting Width41 cm
Cutting Heights22-65mm
Number Cutting Heights6
PropulsionHand Pushed
CollectorCanvas (with hard top) 60 litres
Noise Value – Sound Power Level dB(A)96
Weight30kg
Warranty2 Years (Terms & Conditions Apply)
Other FeaturesBag Full Indicator / Skid Plate / Mulching Plug

 

 

Ibbetts have been family owned since 1851. We have many years of experience with Garden Equipment and are happy to share this with you to ensure you buy the right tool for the job. You can see the largest range of Lawn Mowers and garden Equipment in Cambridgeshire at our Great Paxton showroom. Visit us for expert advice and a great deal!

 

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