Still time to bag a bargain in our end-of-year gardening sale – but hurry, must end Friday!

There’s still time, just, to take advantage of some very special prices in our end of year sale which ends on Friday.

We’ve loads of gardening bargains listed on these pages, but to give you an idea of what’s on offer we’ve highlighted three great bargains below.

But whatever your needs, keep an eye on our site as we will continue to have the keenest prices on gardening machinery throughout the year and will be featuring many exciting new lines unique to us at MowDirect.

Redback cordless lawnmower
Battery power: Redback E137C cordless lawnmower

The first one from our sale is the Redback E137CQ-2Ah Cordless Lawnmower.

This is one of the great machines from the Redback range which we helped to develop and uses the latest battery technology to produce power equivalent to petrol.

And the equipment is far lighter than conventional ones and much easier to use because of that.

The batteries use the latest Japanese technology, have fast charging times and won’t discharge when not in use – this mower has a 2Ah cell which charges in just 70 minutes.

Ideal for a smaller lawn it has a cutting width of 37cm and has cutting heights from 25mm to 75mm with five settings.

And it has a 40-litre grass box and a display on the handlebars so you can see the charge level.

In our sale it costs just £199, and that’s with FREE next working day delivery and a three-year warranty.

A wide range of other machinery is available in the Redback range and once you have the battery and charger, you only need buy the tool in future as one battery will fit them all, a great saving.

If you need to cut firewood, lop branches or fell small trees you will need a good chainsaw and this one from our sale is currently available at a very special price.

Tanaka chainsaw
Tree feller: Tanaka ECS 3351 petrol chain saw

From the Tanaka stable, often the choice of the professional gardener due to their power and reliability, the Tanaka ECS 3351 Petrol Chainsaw (35cm Guide Bar) is light and comfortable to use.

With a FREE safety helmet, visor and ear muffs worth £24.95 alone, this machine has a 33cc engine and weighs only 3.5kg. And it has an effective vibration-damping system to make it easier to use for long periods.

Automatic chain saw lubrication can be regulated according to the toughness of the wood you are cutting. And the chain saw is from Oregon, the industry leaders.

The saw has a five-year warranty for domestic use and costs £249 in our sale, saving you £50. Delivery the next working day is free.

And if you’re looking to save some money on a new mower then this one from top British brand Hayter could be right up your street.

The Hayter Spirit 41 Petrol Autodrive Rear-Roller Lawnmower (Code: 619) is a very popular machine with some excellent reviews from previous customers and is ideal for a smaller lawn where you want a neat, striped finish.

Hayer Spirit 41
Striped lawns: Hayter Spirit 41 lawnmower

It is a self-propelled machine with a rear roller which, as well as leaving the stripe, means you can cut close to lawn edges without the fear of it toppling into the flower bed.

It has a 41cm cutting width and will cut right down to 13mm. Fins at the front of the cutting deck smooth the grass before it is trimmed to give a more even appearance.

The deck is made from aluminium to resist corrosion and the engine is from Briggs & Stratton, 125cc and easy to start.

The grass box holds 55 litres.

The regular price for this mower is £429 but we have it in our sale for £369 and we deliver it FREE the next working day with a three-year warranty.

These are just three machines in our year-end sale, but remember in ends Friday.

Please give us a ring on 08454 588905 if you would like our advice on these or any other machines on our site. We’ve years of experience in garden machinery.

 

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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.