The Chevron 37VC has, as the name would suggest a 37cm cutting width, firmly in the midrange between the smaller and larger cutting widths typically present on electric mowers. Clearly designed for small to medium size lawns then, the 1600 Watt motor is more than adequate for the job, in fact there are many who would say that the difference between this and the slightly less powerful 1400 Watt motor on some mowers can be the difference between cutting the grass effortlessly versus struggling to get the mower to cut decently at all.
Powerful, and for its size this mower is also fairly light, at 12 kg most people won’t have too many problems pushing this mower around, and it should also be heavy enough to provide enough force for the roller to be effective.
- Powerful 1600 Watt motor – will make short work of any lawn
- 40 litre grass box – the ideal size for small to medium size lawns
- Power switch on both sides of the handle – perfect for both the left and right-handed among us
- Some customers have complained about the shoddy quality of the connection between the grass box and the mower
- Wheels are noticeably small – makes it hard to get traction on wet grass
- May be unsuitable for taller users – at only 95cm from the floor, the handlebar is a little on the short side and might be uncomfortable to use if you are tall
- Instructions could be a lot clearer – larger illustrations would be nice
As a competitor to the Bosch Rotak range (among others) this mower manages to compete fairly well. In terms of power, cutting ability, and grass collection there is little between them. The Bosch models do trump this when it comes to finishing touches, such as the ergonomics of the handle, and ‘grass combs’.>>> Click Here For Pricing & Reviews on Amazon <<<