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Push Mowers Buying Guide

Our buying guide will explain which type of push mower would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.

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paully2012

paully2012Murrumbidgee Region, NSW

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Very powerful mower. Self propelled

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Edit 18 march. Mower developed a big petrol leak from bottom of tank. Mower returned due to safety issue with leaking tank. I thought it was merely using more fuel. Was empty each time I went to use it. The paint was damaged from the leak. Fed up with buying sub standard items.
Well I have the best mower Ive ever used. Its a huge 20 inch cut. Big 173cc four stroke engine. The self propelled and push button start are fantastic. Starts very easy and also has the pull start if needed. Comes with battery charger for the starter. Mows with ease. Catcher is great and also comes with mulcher attachment. Very sturdy. Easy assembly. I hope to have for a long time.

Purchased in January 2020 at Bunnings Warehouse for A$396.00.

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Questions & Answers

Samm66

Samm66asked

Wat size battery

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paully2012
paully2012

Open the battery cover an have a look

Roni

Roniasked

I’ve lost my charger. What voltage charger do I need?

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Ray B.

Ray B.asked

Where is the push button start

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paully2012
paully2012

The two yellow buttons in the plastic bag. Push one of them into the round black hole made for it. One is a spare

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