From the parent company of several respected brands including Lawnflite comes this rather colourful electric lawnmower, and as you might expect from such a giant it has garnered a lot of praise in the mowing community, both for its reliability and performance. Thanks to a dual cutting blade system, a lesser seen feature among smaller lawn mowers, this machine has exceptional cutting performance which is further aided by a revolutionary induction motor that delivers up to 70 or 80% greater power efficiency compared to some mowers on the market, and better still, because it’s brush-less the motor won’t wear out, meaning years of high performance mowing for you and many £££’s saved in the long run!
Comfortable controls to allow you to get the job done as quickly and effortlessly as possible, aided greatly by remarkably smooth operation with minimal vibration. Other features that this mower wears on its sleeve (albeit modestly) are a mulching capability, anti-kink system for the power cable, and a grass box full indicator – a device that has proven very successful for many other manufacturers as it will no doubt do for Wolf-Garten.
Despite the rather garish livery, this mower definitely commands respect, and there don’t seem to be any issues of reliability or build quality among owners of this mower, but none the less should any problems arise then the 5 year warranty will cover you.
- Powerful and reliable power source
- Large collection bag with good airflow properties to avoid clogging
- High impact polypropylene deck
- Built in carrying handle
- Expensive for a mower of this size
It might not be the cheapest on the market, but this mower is certainly one of the best in terms of quality and reliability. In essence if you’ve got a medium/large sized garden and you’re after a solution that you can buy once and use forever, we would recommend this mower.