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Mac Allister MLMP1800SP Corded Rotary Lawnmower
This Mac Allister MLMP1800SP Lawnmower is ideal for cutting grass and keeping your lawn neat and tidy (suitable for gardens up to 600 m²).
- Cutting width (mm) - 420 mm, Variable cutting height 25-75mm
- The sliding handle folds & collecting bag collapses to allow optimal storage.
- Comes with 105° handle position for easy attachment and removal collecting bag
- Cutting width - 420mm
- Blade type - Rotary
Features and benefits
105° handle position for easy attachment and removal collecting bag
- Comes with a mulching kit
- The sliding handle folds and collecting bag collapses to allow optimal storage
- Ready for use in 10 seconds
|Manufacturer guarantee||2 years|
|Cutting blade size||420mm|
|Sound pressure level||96dB(A)|
Works fine, easy to set up
GreenPants - 4 months ago
Not sure how people are complaining about the bag, it's just a simple clip on like any other mower.
One hand to hold the flap open, the other to lower the bag into the slot. It only goes on one way.
Anyway, it cuts fine and the self propelled funtion is great. Height adjustment lever is easy to reach and use.
Much quieter than gas mower.
terrytheturf - 4 months ago
I’ve been looking at getting one of these for a couple of years.
Finally this year decided to get one only to find that they’re being discontinued ! None left at my local Nottingham store but managed to get to Derby where they still had four in stock.
It was a bit tricky to set up, the handle extending and folding and attaching the grass box was a little baffling at first but once you get the hang of it it’s quite easy.
It is rather a large beast to handle, and I must admit that on first use it was a bit awkward. However after getting to grips with it I found it excellent to use with pushing and using the self propelled function to mow.
The grass box can handle a lot of cuttings.
I’ve read a lot of negative reviews, but each to their own.
I’ve found it to be an excellent mower. It’s a shame it’s been discontinued, I’m be really happy with it.
Archie820 - 5 months ago
Almost impossible to put the catcher on using one hand, you have to get it on as close as possible to wear it should sit, then let the flap down and use both hands to push it hard on both sides to clip it on, then the blue button that you use to fold the handle up, push it to side the top part of the handle down and jam your fingers between the cable bar and the button, then the drive pull bar, you have to pull it in with both hands and then you have no control of the mower, like when you wish to turn at the end of a run, you either let go with both hands and it stops and then try to turn it, you can't keep one hand on because the bar goes all the way across, if you try to hold the mower with one hand to control it you either jam your fingers between the bar, its either on or off, you should be able to turn the drive on with one hand and hold the power on with the other, it so hard to control both, such a bad design. No wonder it's on it's way out.
Great mower for the price & features!
Jabe - 6 months ago
I've had this self-propelled lawn mower now for a couple of years and find it truly reliable, quick and efficient. Being self-propelled really helps I just wish it would cut a little bit lower.
Lovely mower, but wheels drop off
Anonymous - 6 months ago
I have had this mower for a couple of years and it is great, easy to handle, but the wheels do drop off which is very annoying.