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Mountfield SP185 125cc Petrol Rotary Lawnmower
- This machine is designed and built to cut and collect grass in gardens and grassy areas driven by an operator walking behind it. The 46cm cutting width makes light work of medium sized lawns and with six different cutting heights to choose from, means all grass lengths can be tackled. This machine can: 1. Mow the grass and collect it in the grass catcher bag. 2. Mow the grass and discharge it on the ground through the rear part (if available). 3. Mow the grass, chop it and discharge it on the ground (mulching effect).
- If the machine is not going to be used for 28 days or more please drain all fuel from the machine. Stale fuel can cause damage to the carburettor. Clean the machine of grass clippings before storage. Never tip the mower onto its side as this will flood the air filter. with oil. Inspect the cutter blade for damage, check safety devices and guards, check all nuts, bolts and screws are secure
- Comes with Mulching plug
- Cutting width - 440mm
- Blade type - Standard
Features and benefits
Powered by Briggs & Stratton 300 series OHV 125cc engine, this self propelled lawnmower is ideal for maintaining your lawn with minimum effort
- Reliable, easy starting engine
- This powder coated steel cutter deck is robust and hard wearing
- Mulching plug finely cuts grass timinings into a nitrogen-rich mulch which is recycled back into the lawn as a natural fertiliser
- Self propelled, ideal for maintaining your lawn with minimum effort, particularly if your lawn has slopes
- A 2 year warranty plus a dedicated service link aftersales support and advice helpline with a network of garden machinery repair specialists available on 0800 121 6585
|Manufacturer guarantee||2 years|
|Cutting blade size||460mm|
|Engine manufacturer||Briggs & Stratton|
|Engine model||300 Series OHV|
|Fuel tank capacity||0.75L|
|Rear roller||Without rear roller|
|Start facility||Recoil start|
Initial impression are excellent
grassman1968 - 6 days ago
I have just bought this as the ratings on a different supplier for the same mower were 4.5.
I usually dive in but this time I wanted to make sure to read the instructions first. There is also an addendum to add a little plastic grommet under the collection lid that comes into contact with the grass box.
Everything was very easy to put together. Adding oil and fuel was simple. It started first time and sounds fantastic. Cut a little grass to with no effort at all. Yes make sure you add the screws to the grass box and take your time putting it together. I will review again in a few months.
STom23 - 1 month ago
I don’t write reviews. But I have to for this. I am a renter. My landlord kindly bought this land mower to maintain his lawn. Great… I tought. It’s terrible. It all Plastic will not last. (I have used it twice). Bag… just breaks. Then keeps breaking. Incredibly frustrating for a medium sized lawn. It has different lengths. But is just not able to cut lower levels. Stay away is all I can say. Complete waste of money. One star is kind
Poor , buy electric
Rob1235 - 1 month ago
Heavy, cumbersome, cheap metal frame and levers, cheap plastic fittings, bag will rip easy, blade blunt from new, no idle so has to be restarted each time bag full or blades clog up, which they do on anything thick. No good points over a sub £100 electric mower, just a waste of money and quickly runs out of petrol too.
Nicbri1 - 1 month ago
Bought from B&Q store today. Took home and assembled as per instructions. One wheel out of line by an inch. The wheels are plastic, very thin and will chip or break if you knock a stone or kerb etc. The bag and stitching is extremely delicate considering it’s for gardening and again a stone or catch on a post will tear. Other than the badge that says mount field, i don’t believe it’s actually genuine. Surprise B&Q would sell this. If you buy you will be replacing all parts very often. Lots of plastic used.
Duff grass bag
Arjay 21 - 1 month ago
I bought this mower as a replacement for an earlier model that had given many years of excellent service. Very soon after first using it the grass bag started to fall apart no matter how frequently I emptied it. My solution so far has been to tie it up with string, see photo. Obviously not ideal with a brand new mower.