Add the cutting-edge Electress 30 Li from Mountfield to your garden-machinery collection and troublesome mains-leads and dirty, heavyweight petrol engines will become a dim and distant memory!
Power for the Mountfield Electress 30 Li Cordless Lawnmower comes from a 20v lithium-ion battery and a 350w brushless motor; a combination that delivers performance-levels comparable to petrol, but with no environmentally damaging carbon emissions. Depending on conditions, the battery’s 20-minute run-time will enable you to cover an area up to 150m2 on a single charge.
A hand-propelled machine weighing-in at a minimal 8.7kg and offering an ultra-compact 30cm working-width, the Mountfield Electress 30 Li Cordless Lawnmower is a great choice for smaller lawns where easy manoeuvrability is a must-have.
A robust, rust-resistant polypropylene chassis confers superior durability and ensures a long, corrosion-free working-life; while foldable handlebars mean an already compact unit can be made even more so for storage and transport.
Other key features on the Mountfield Electress 30 Li Hand-Propelled Cordless Lawnmower include a three-stage adjustable cutting-height for enhanced flexibility of use; and a capacious 30-litre grass collector for extended intervals between emptying-stops.
The battery and charger are included in the package and can used throughout the Mountfield Freedom 100 range.
The Mountfield name has been associated with quality lawnmowers, garden tractors, ride-on mowers and garden equipment for nearly 50 years.
Mountfield is part of the GGP (Global Garden Products) Group, who manufacturer of one of the largest ranges of lawnmowers and garden machinery in the world. Based in northern Italy, GGP are the market leaders for ride-on mowers in Europe, with 120,000 units sold in 2007 - an estimated 39% market share.
Mountfield lawnmowers and garden equipment are distributed in the UK by GGP UK Limited, who operate a comprehensive service dealer network. Mountfield is Britain's favourite brand of petrol lawnmower and their ride-on mowers & tractors have been sold in the UK since the 1970s.