Conventional four-wheeled rotary lawnmowers – especially self-propelled models – can be hard to guide around trees, landscaping and ornaments, and are often difficult to reposition at the end of each pass. The Feider FTDT461ZT Petrol Lawnmower circumvents these problems, with its front castor-wheel and disengageable rear-wheel-drive combining to confer the sort of low-effort manoeuvrability you just won’t get from a conventionally configured machine!
Providing the power-drive and blade with plenty of oomph is a 141cc Feider air-cooled four-stroke engine with a capacious 0.8-litre fuel tank that blends with an efficiency-optimising overhead-valve design to ensure you’ll cover lots of ground between each top-up stop.
The Feider FTDT461ZT Self-Propelled Zero-Turn Petrol Lawnmower is as versatile as it is manoeuvrable, with its four cutting-options – collection; mulching; side/rear-discharge – delivering the flexibility required to deal effectively with long grass, short grass and everything in between.
A locking-mechanism on the front wheel makes it possible to stick to a precise straight-line track; while a one-piece non-welded steel deck works to optimise both durability and cutting-chamber aerodynamics.
Highly productive across areas up to 1200m2, the Feider FTDT461ZT Self-Propelled 4-in-1 Zero-Turn Petrol Lawnmower comes with a large 50-litre-capacity catcher and benefits from a sizeable 46cm working-width.
Superior user-comfort is assured, thanks to Feider’s provision of an ergonomic soft-grip handlebar, which can be vertically adjusted through three steps to suit the particular operator.