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Bosch Rotak 410 LI Ergoflex Cordless Lithium-ion Lawnmower
This Bosch Rotak 410 LI Ergoflex Lawnmower is ideal for cutting grass and keeping your lawn neat and tidy (suitable for gardens up to 600 m²).
- Cutting width (mm) - 430 mm, 6 cutting heights from 20-70 mm
- Collection capacity (L) - 50L
- 36 V / 4.0 Ah Lithium-ion Battery powered
- 2 years Bosch manufacturer Guarantee
Features and Benefits
Comes with extended grass combs, soft grip ergoflex handles, integrated rear roller & automatic safety cut out
- Collection box and Batteries included
- Foldable handles for easy storage
- Cable-free for unrestricted mowing with all the power you'll ever need.
- Ergoflex handles and lightweight design make mowing around obstacles a breeze, whilst a single lever adjusts the height of cut to suit different lawn conditions
- Sharpened blade and grass combs combine to deliver clean, close-up cutting
|Cutting width (mm)||430mm|
|Cutting capacity||6 cutting heights from 20-70 mm|
|Collection capacity (L)||50L|
|Assembly required||Assembly required|
|Blade description||Sharpened steel blade|
|Charge time||140 minute|
|Material||Metal & plastic|
|WEEE Regulations||WEEE compliant|
Cristo - 2 years ago
very plastic and so much more expensive than its mains powered equivalent. Should be cheaper then maybe not bad. Wheels not set far enough in from edge to enable real border/wall edge cutting.
States suitable for large lawns but being quite a small light weight item more suited to smaller lawns.
Pleased I switched from petrol
Colanzo - 3 years ago
Have just mown my lawn for the first time with this mower which, following some internet research, I purchased today to replace an aging petrol driven Hayter Harrier 41 which just refused to start. I have quite a large lawn with lots of curved edges, tree roots and paving stones and I have to say this mower was a joy to manoeuvre compared to the weighty Harrier and has probably cut the work time by a third, not least because I did not have to empty the grass box as often. The assembly diagram could have been a little more explanatory but it didn't take that long to work out and the battery charged in the time it took to assemble. Being far less heavy than my petrol mower the mow lines are not quite as pronounced but they never last long anyway. They do however seem wider even though the width of cut is comparable and the whole job was so much easier, not to mention much simpler maintenance all round.I am very pleased I decided to switch.