Need A New Lawn Mower for Spring? Everyone Loves A Hayter – Pre-Order Yours Now

It’s drizzly, dreary and downright damp outside, but the temperature is slightly up, so those of us who ache throughout the winter to get out into our gardens are already donning waterproofs, the jumpers we got for Christmas, filling flasks with hot drinks and stamping about working out what we are going to do.

Osprey 46 3-in-1 – a Hayter for only £279. What?

We are celebrating the excitement of the new, the promise of tomorrow, the distant sound of Lady Spring dusting off her brightly coloured outfit, adjusting her bonnet and clearing her voice ready to shout ‘Hooray’ before scattering flowers, shoots and scents across the garden.

It’s a time to think of what might be, plan our gardens and look forward to more time spent outside, far away from the mindless distractions of boxed sets, online gambling and twitter chit-chat about celebrity boob jobs.

And it may well be time to think about replacing that battered old machine you still call a lawn mower, even though it misses more than it cuts these days and gives off more fumes than a skunk farmer at a garlic-eating contest.

What about a Hayter? Much loved and celebrated these mowers are contemporary lawn mower icons. Owners invariably stick to this brand, buying another one when their beloved hayter eventually wears out (and they do last) We have comment after comment on our site on the general theme  of ‘I won’t buy another brand now I have tried a Hayter’.

Perhaps you think you can’t afford one. Well, British Lawncare supremos Hayter have created a new range of incredibly affordable mowers, aimed at making sure everyone who wants one can get their hands on a Hayter. The new Osprey range starts at just £279 (£20 below RRP) with the Osprey 46 3-in-1 Push lawn Mower, designed specifically for British lawns and offering the same engineering quality as their larger mowers.

The Osprey 46 also comes in a self-propelled version, itself only £349. And don’t forget that includes FREE delivery and FREE Oil. These mowers will be ready in April 2017. We are accepting pre-orders now and dispatch will be organised in advance. Hurry and get in early,  the waiting lists could be long for these. Take a look at both Ospreys here. 

Hayter have also dusted off, re-thought and re-developed one of their existing star lawn mowers, ready for the spring season.

Harrier 41 Pro – Improved perfection!

Featuring on the MowDirect site as part of our NEW FOR 2017 pages, they have re-vamped and improved the Harrier 41 mower, offering four versions, including the outstanding 41 Pro, which now sports brand new cast aluminium construction, heavy-duty wheels and a feisty Honda engine.

In fact there are four new Harrier 41s, the Harrier 41 Push Rear-Roller Lawnmower the Harrier 41 Autodrive Variable-Speed Rear-Roller, the Harrier 41 Autodrive Variable-Speed Rear-Roller Lawnmower With Electric Start 

as well as the afore-mentioned pro model. They start at a very reasonable £549, They all come with FREE delivery and FREE oil and they will ALL be ready in mid-February. Just pre-order with MowDirect now and reserve your re-designed, top quality Hayter Harrier 41 and it will be dispatched as soon as it becomes available.

If you need any further advice, do give us a call on 0345 4588 905 and one of our friendly and helpful team will be happy to help you. Or check out our full range of lawn mowers for the new season here. Enjoy your garden. Drew Hardy.

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Drew Hardy

Freelance Writer at Mowdirect
A keen allotmenteer with an interest in all things horticultural, Drew has a varied writing background with experience in a number of fields including garden machinery, lawn care and compost. His first experience with gardening was a cultivating a small plot he was given by his house master at school. He grew a decent crop of radishes and lettuce and sold them to a local shop, exhibiting his first, and last, sign of an entrepreneurial spark. Drew lives in North London with his wife, two children and a slightly bonkers cat
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