42cm Mower (Kit)
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Precise and agile, the EGO Power+ LM1701E is perfect for small and medium sized level gardens, and can cut up to 400sqm in a single charge. This push mower gives you the control you need to work in tighter spaces. With its 42cm cutting capacity and large 55L rear collection bag, you’re able to finish the job whilst collecting your clippings – or if you prefer, you can discharge or mulch (ABP1700 mulching kit available to purchase separately) giving you even more flexibility.
Developed with you in mind, our Arc Lithium 56V battery delivers the industry’s highest energy capacity in a portable handheld battery. This lawn mower is equipped with our 2.5AH battery, plus standard charger so you can reap the benefits of switching to an electric mower and save money each time you use it.
Looking for that finishing touch? You can create clean, fresh and defined lines in your lawn with the rear-roller kit (AR1700 rear roller kit available to purchase separately). When you’re done, the upright storage capabilities mean the mower can be tucked away neatly until the next time. With no need to store petrol, it’s safer, and helps declutter sheds and garages.
HIGH TORQUE, HIGH-EFFICIENCY MOTOR
For operation in all conditions
Work further into the day
QUICK RELEASE TELESCOPIC HANDLE
For easy cleaning and compact storage
PUSH BUTTON START
Power up in seconds
BAG FULL INDICATOR
Lets you know when the bag needs emptying
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE HEIGHT
Easily adjusts to suit you, and the job in hand
LARGE CAPACITY BAG
Collects more grass and requires emptying less frequently
LARGE DIAMETER WHEELS
For easy motion on different terrains
7-POSITION SPRING LOADED DECK HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
Easily set different grass cutting heights from 20-80mm
It’s fun to do, it looks great, it’s good for your lawn - and you can do it with or without a rear roller kit. Here’s our take on doing lawn stripes. Read more here
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