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Get your hands on this groundbreaking machine from Racing and enjoy a level of manoeuvrability that’s never before been available from the walk-behind-mower market!
It’s fitted with a single, forward-mounted front castor-wheel that means it can be guided safely and precisely along borders and around and between obstacles, before being realigned at the end of the pass with a simple - and rapid - zero-turn movement, with no need to expend effort lifting the front-end clear of the ground.
Available in the UK only through MowDirect, the Racing 5114F Comfort-Turn Lawnmower employs a very high-capacity 159cc air-cooled four-stroke engine, which, thanks to its utilisation of the latest OHV technology, will prove clean-burning, quiet in operation and cheap to run.
It boasts large 280mm-diameter drive-wheels which provide high-grip traction, while being gentle on delicate surfaces; and it features straightforward single-lever cutting-height selection from the six stages provided (25-75mm).
Thanks to its four-in-one capability, whereby you can choose to either bag, mulch, rear-discharge or side-discharge clippings, the Racing 5114F offers the sort of versatility that’s vital if you’re going to manage the condition-changes that inevitably occur as the growing-season progresses (versatility is further enhanced by a leaf-collection function).
A steel cutter-deck confers rugged durability and provides a solid cutting-platform; while a hosepipe connection-point makes the job of keeping the undercarriage clean a breeze.
One of the fastest-working walk-behinds available, the Racing 5114F Comfort-Turn 4-in-1 Self-Propelled Lawnmower has a large 51cm cutting-width that ensures substantial areas can be covered in quick-time.
This model comes with an extra-large 75-litre grassbag and benefits from a comfortable soft-grip handlebar (foldable for convenient storage).
The Racing 5114F is subject to MowDirect’s Free Express-Delivery Service and carries a 2-year warranty for parts and labour.
- A MowDirect-exclusive offering best-in-class features and build-quality at an amazing price!
- Front castor-wheel confers unbeatable control and manoeuvrability
- Power-drive for effortless mowing in any conditions
- Hi-Wheel design for good traction and easier turning
- Multiple cutting-height selection means you can achieve your preferred finish
- Simple height-adjustment via a sturdy easy-grip lever
- Steel chassis confers rugged durability
- Deck-wash port - simply attach a hose-pipe, spin the blade and the dirt will fly off
- Collapsible fabric catcher with a dust-limiting hard top
- Powerful but clean-running and fuel-efficient OHV engine
- Extra-wide cut for superior large-area productivity
- Space-saving fold-down handlebar with comfortable soft grip
- Handy leaf-collection facility
Engine Make Racing Engine Capacity 159cc Engine Starting System Recoil Drive Self Propelled Cutting Width 51cm Cutting Heights 25-75mm (6 Positions) Height Adjustment Single Lever Grass Collector 75 Litres - Fabric with Hard Top Mulching Yes Side-Discharge Yes Cutting Deck Steel Deck Washout Port Yes Handles Foldable with Soft Grip Wheels Front Castor 180mm / Rear 280mm Safety Features Operator Presence Control Lawn Size Up 1500m2 Warranty 2 Year
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
For £270 it was OK for £500? No.
Review by Mr Simon Edwards / (Posted on 19/07/2019)
For £270 it was OK for £500? No.Review by Mr Simon Edwards / (Posted on 19/07/2019)I bought this machine a few weeks ago and it has been running over and around my allotment plots since then. I've worked as a professional grasscutter. I also own and run my own company providing bespoke gardening services.
This mower caught my eye for the Zero turn function A price point for a machine that provides 4-in-1 for £270. A week later the price jumped by nearly £230 to £499.
Shame they didn't use a bigger version of the front wheel for the rear wheels really.
The large plastic wheels at the rear are not built to last, are made of flimsy and cheap-feeling plastic and don't give enough grip, even on a slight incline. However, they are great for "Drifting" the mower about using the Zero turn ability; flicking the back end out to get some smooth lines and flow going while you mow.
The rear height adjustment bar rubs on the right wheel, potentially shredding the inside of it.
The pull cord frayed and was close to snapping within a few days. I had Paracord on hand so restrung the pull cord. The bars the cord stretch across are probably the reason it failed, plus it didn't look like a quality pull cord. There is no speed control on this machine so why did they still mount the pull cord across the machine to the left-hand side of the hand bars?
For £300 this would be a decent mower if you didn't use it often. It is meant to cover 1500m2 but if you did use it for that I don't think it would last long.
Even for the Zero turn ability; I think £500 is way too much when you look at the other bigger brand/named makers machines for the same price. I like it but it won't be a reason to keep a machine that has serious design flaws.
Instructions in French with a couple of sheets with limited info on in other languages; this is really not on if it is being sold in the UK. I know my way around lawnmowers but not everyone does.
Cuts well and has plenty of power.
Lots of cutting heights and cross settings with front AND rear wheel height adjustment, so you can slope the cut front to rear/rear to front.
Once fuelled and primed, it started from new out of the box in 2 pulls (First pull was a test to see how much play was in the line). Once fired up it rarely stops unless clogged with grass.
Really good size fuel tank capacity; cuts for ages without constantly filling it.
For some the "one pace self-drive" might be annoying. It does, however, allow the machine to cut at the pace it needs and works well as the cut is good. It also means fewr working parts to go wrong.
The bag takes a decent quantity of grass clippings if you mulch twice and collect once. The grass collector is adequate for this sized machine and while it will fill quickly.
The grass box has a little plastic grass bag full indicator.
The machine has 4 in 1 cutting options and they all do their job very well.
It's not the lightest of machines, being largely made of plastic, but for the deck size and engine power, it's not bad.
The machine handles well but traction is an issue. However, power sliding/drifting this about ( once you got the hang of Zero turn) is brilliant and great fun. It looks cool too if someone sees you sliding out the rear end and keeping your lines and flow going without pausing.
In conclusion, I doubt this machine will last 6 months without having to have parts or warranty issues cropping up. Even so, It is great to see Zero-turn making it into the domestic cutting kit range in the UK and initially at a reasonable price before they raised the price over £200.
Delivery from www.mowdirect.co.uk was very good and the mower arrived on the stated day. The delivery driver called me 30 minutes before delivery. I was out working when he called so he kindly delivered to a neighbour. Great when that happens and they don't leave expensive items outside your house all day or don't deliver or attempt to contact you.
Top marks for www.mowdirect.co.uk for service and delivery. Thanks very much!
I shall return and shop here again!
Ease of Use
A steal at £279
Review by Aaron Meredith / (Posted on 04/01/2019)
A steal at £279Review by Aaron Meredith / (Posted on 04/01/2019)I was dubious about taking a punt on a robin reliant of the grass cutting world (three wheels). The low price convinced me to give it a shot. I've only used the mower once as of writing this review, but it starts easily enough and cuts brilliantly, even on long wet January grass.
Annoyingly the instructions are printed ONLY in French which is a hindrance. Thankfully it's fairly obvious in what to do to set the mower up (Attach front wheel, fit handle, remove mulching plug and snap grass bag lower edging onto bar, 600ml SA30 oil).
The extremely large cutting width shaved plenty of time off my usual mowing time (about 1/2 an acre) compared to my previous 43cm Mountfield. The grass bag is perhaps a bit small for a mower of this size (and it is a long beast!).
Pros - Great WIDE cut
Turns on a sixpence
Follows curved edges really well
No pointless throttle, just a sensible single speed
Seems well built and runs cleanly (Only one use mind!)
Bargain basement price
Cons - French instructions
60L grass bag is a bit restrictive (but well made)
Front wheel requires a nut and bolt to be removed to change height (Although I've left it at the middle setting and just adjust the rear wheels lever)
That's it, a really good mower at this price.
Ease of Use
- For £270 it was OK for £500? No.