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MAC MLMP575HP46 Petrol Lawnmower

£282
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Product Details

Product Information

This MAC MLMP575HP46 hand-propelled petrol lawnmower is ideal for large lawns (up to 800-1000 m²).

  • Cutting width (mm) - 460mm, 10 cutting heights
  • Collection capacity (L) - 60L
  • Briggs & Stratton 575 iS 4-stroke 2200 W Petrol engine
  • Guarantee - 2 years

Features and Benefits

1x wrench

  • Instant start technology
  • 3 in 1 function
  • Plastic and fabric collection bag indicator
  • Warranty is for machine and Briggs & Stratton engine’s

Technical Specifications

Cutting width (mm)460mm
Cutting capacity10 cutting heights
Collection capacity (L)60L
Tank capacity0.8L
Automatic ignitionElectronic ignition
Blade descriptionSteel blades
MaterialMetal & plastic
Assembly requiredPartial assembly required
Propulsion typeHand-propelled
RestrictionsCustomers must be over 21
Weight (kg)28.3kg
Product code3663602732792

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Anonymous - 5 months ago

Bought this a week ago to replace a previous manual start Mac that the rats had attacked and chewed off start chord. Although same cut width and motor, this new model seems lighter and is a dream to use. The electric start means there is no priming, choke, or accelerator setting. All things that you can do without. You simply press a button, it fires up, and off you go. Feels like a mower for the 21st century. Haven't tried the mulcher or side discharge unit yet, although these worked well on old Mac, so expect they will for this one. Just one quirky thing. You plug in the ignition battery before use, just as you would for any power tool. But, before you do this you must put it on the charger for a few seconds to "wake it up". Otherwise, even if completely charged, it will appear dead.