Electric mowers ( cable types) are cleaner and lighter than petrol mowers and they need minimal maintenance. Recommended for those who don’t have a lot of time , no starting problems. If you have a small or medium lawn, go for an electric lawnmower. Always be alert to the cable. Don’t plug in to a socket inside the house and trail it through a door, sooner or later someone will shut it, damaging the cable. Check the cable regularly, electricity is dangerous, young ones will want to ‘have a go’ so always make certain the cable insulation is perfect. Using an RCD adapter is a great safety feature, but don’t rely on it 100%, observe the cable condition. If you do use an RCD test it make sure it is working properly. Don’t cut the grass when its wet. An integral cable tidy is easiest when you are finished with the task. Most mowers sold now have a dual lock, so the motor cannot be left ON.
Our Electric Lawn Mower Reviews will rate the best currently available: Click pictures to go to our reviews.
|read the full Flymo review||The Flymo Chevron came out top for Value, least problems, hard to find any minus points Scored 9/10|
|read the full Bosch Review||We rated the Bosch Rotak 32 an overall 8/10 great motor, good performance and should be a good long term buy.|
|read the full Bosch Review||Bosch Rotak 40An excellent mower for a large garden, with its wider 40cm cutting width, although at a higher price, a quality product, review rating is 8/10|
|read the full Flymo review||Overall our review gave the Flymo Hover 5/10 a good tool for gardeners with not much time, popular but doesn’t have the advantages of a roller, or any fine adjustment and is the most likely to cause a damaged cord.|