Two top Italian mowers for the Spring short list

With the mercury rising, albeit slowly, you will soon need to be thinking about giving the lawn its first cut and if you need a new mower one brand you should be considering is the top Italian manufacturer Oleo-Mac, exclusive to Mowdirect.

Oleo-Mac push petrol mower
Oleo-Mac push petrol mower
This long established company has a reputation for top quality machines and two of their lawnmowers should be on your short list.
Their Oleo-Mac G44-PK Petrol Push Lawn Mower is a well-designed lawnmower, easy to start and with a steel deck.
The reliable 4-stroke engine is powerful, fuel efficient and has less emissions, and is ideal for a lawn of around the size of a tennis court.
The grass box holds 60 litres and the cutting mechanism mulches the clippings reducing the volume.
The cutting height has four options, and the machine is one of the lightest on the market and easy to manoeuvre.
Because the machine is so well made it has a three year manufacturer’s warranty; and it comes with free next working day delivery.
For just £179, this is one of the best smaller petrol mowers on the market.
Oleo-Mac petrol self-propelled lawnmower
Oleo-Mac petrol self-propelled lawnmower
And from the same manufacturer comes the Oleo-Mac G48-TK Petrol Self-Propelled Lawn Mower priced at £249, £100 less than the manufacturer’s recommended price.
The smooth running machine with advanced engineering has plenty of power to drive both the blade and the wheels and has a 46 cm wide cut suitable for a medium sized garden including the rougher edges. It has a built in on-board cutting height adjustment.
Easy to start with a starting cord on the handle it also has wheels with proper ball bearings to ensure a smoother run and longer life.
It also has a three year manufacturer’s warranty and has free next working day delivery.

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Dick Roberts

Norfolk journalist and countryman, now retired from daily newspaper life but still commentating and writing. Keen gardener, when dodgy back allows, and devout researcher of local ales and French wines. Married with two children who have flown the nest, but return regularly to empty the fridge. Living in listed country cottage which gets more expensive by the year to maintain. Retired but still writing regular columns and pieces for web sites.