Be ready for the snow – predictions say there’s some on the way

This is the time of year when some sections of the national press predict Arctic gales and blizzards.

So in case they are correct, and we’ve not had a decent fall of snow in most parts of the country for some years, have a look at this great piece of kit from our Black Friday sale page.

Artik 52 snow blower
Beat the snow: Oleo-Mac Artik 52 single stage snow blower

The Oleo-Mac Artik 52 Single-Stage Petrol Snow Blower is dead easy to use – just fire it up and push it into the snow blocking your paths and drives.

The snow taken into the front chute is blasted clear – up to eight metres away.

A 163cc Emak four-stroke engine drives the impellors and has been designed to cope with extreme cold and starts readily in most conditions.

The clearance width is 52cm so it can get through most gates and along small paths and it is very easy to steer where space is restricted. And it weighs only 45kg.

The discharge chute is adjustable vertically and horizontally so you can deposit the snow where you want it.

It could be the bargain of the winter at just £299, £200 off the recommended price. It is delivered FREE the next working day with a five-year warranty. We give you some FREE oil as well.

But remember if you can’t get out of your drive, chances are we won’t be able to deliver so please order your snow blower now while the roads are clear

You can see other snow clearance equipment here, including some very heavy duty stuff for clearing large areas like retail parks and industrial sites.

And please ring us if you have any queries about gardening equipment – we’re on 03454 588905.

Outstanding! Very simple, yet completely justified. From the outset, the whole customer journey has been fantastic with the customer service team offering advice and technical information so that I could make an informed decision. As such, I would have no hesitation in recommending Mow Direct. Thank you, a great team…”  FRAZER99

 

 

 

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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.