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Mac Allister MLMP450HP40 125cc Petrol Lawnmower
This Mac Allister MLMP450HP40 hand-propelled petrol lawnmower is ideal for cutting grass and keeping your lawn neat and tidy (suitable for gardens up to 800 m²).
- Ideal for cutting grass and keeping your lawn neat and tidy.
- Collection capacity (L) - 50L
- Comes with 1 x wrench, 1 x wrench pole & 1 x cable clamp
- Cutting width - 400mm
- Blade type - Hardened steel
Features and benefits
- Accessories included - 1 wrench, 1 wrench pole and 1 cable clamp
|Blade type||Hardened steel|
|Engine manufacturer||Briggs & Stratton|
|Engine model||B&S 450E|
|Fuel tank capacity||0.8L|
Gail40 - 5 months ago
I bought this around 2weeks ago used twice and its not very good at picking up grass, the front wheel also came loose, as this is fixed molded we had to return to store for a refund.
It been brilliant
The one and only izzy - 6 months ago
I purchased the powered drive mower, took a lot of criticism from friends and those who “know about these things” 6 years later after only having to put fuel in it’s still going strong. One down side is the macallister label has fell off, no biggy. It’s been really really good nothing flimsy about it at all, stand on me.
Harry1111 - 6 months ago
Bought one 2 years ago so now out of warranty! ! A cable broke! Can i buy a replacement?
NO!!! Engine brill. Building a go cart for the grandchildren!!
New mower from b&q??? I don't think so!!!!
dill0n - 7 months ago
its by far the best petrol lawn mower I've ever owned its never let me down in the 3 monthes I've had it and it starts first pull every time
Good Little Mower
Archie 1234 - 8 months ago
I have had this product for 3 years and have used it as a back up mower for small lawns in my gardening business so it probably cuts 6 lawns a week so it probably had 12 times the use of the usual homeowner and so far has lasted 3 years (36 years for home owner). Its an excellent machine Ive had no trouble with it apart from it will struggle to pick up and collect wet grass but at this time I usually defer to my Honda (which is£500+).
You get what you pay for but it is good value for money