With its front castor-wheels and twin hydrostatic drive delivering the sought-after zero-turn capability, this nimble ride-on mower from Simplicity will enable you to glide around obstacles like a landscape professional.
The hydro drive delivers infinite-increment ground-speed control, and this, along with the two soft-touch steering levers makes for an intuitive and effortless drive, the like of which you just won’t get from a conventional ride-on mower.
The Simplicity SZT250 Zero-Turn Ride-on Mower comes powered by a Briggs & Stratton 8270 Professional-Series™ engine; a twin-cylinder overhead-valve unit that employs tried and tested V-Twin technology for linear power-delivery and low-noise, low-vibration performance.
A petrol-tank with a capacity of 12-litres works to reduce the frequency of interruptions for refuelling; while electric key start makes the ignition process fast and hassle-free.
Impressively strong and durable, the Snapper Simplicity SZT250 is constructed around an 11-guage stamped-steel frame; boasts a heavy-duty fabricated-steel deck; and has been fitted with heavy-duty engine armour.
A pivoting front-axle ensures the cutter-deck tracks every undulation for a neat, consistent cut on rolling terrain; while a mid-back seat with five-stage adjustment and armrests ensures those day-long mowing jobs can be completed in comfort.
The expansive 122cm deck on the Simplicity SZT250 has been equipped with a rear-roller, so it will lay-down that attractive striped effect that’s so redolent of the British garden.
It offers electronic blade-engagement, which means the blades are set in motion with a simple push of a button; and it benefits from a cargo-bed that will enable you to transport items around your property.
Other key features include convenient foot-operated height-of-cut adjustment through 13 stages; and turf-protecting anti-scalp deck wheels.