With four cutting options – collection; rear-discharge; side-discharge; mulching – the versatile Stiga Combi 48 SEB is just as effective on unkempt rough-grass areas as it is on neat, well manicured lawns.
Power for the blade and single-speed transmission is delivered by a 150cc Briggs & Stratton 575iS-Series engine that features an aluminium cylinder sleeve, dual ball-bearings and a flat paper-type air-filter; all of which work to maximise engine life.
575iS-Series engines utilise B & S’s overhead-valve technology for low fuel-costs and quiet, low-emission performance; and they’re fitted with Briggs' cutting-edge InStart® lithium-ion electric starter that eliminates all stress and hassle from the ignition-process.
The Stiga Combi 48 SEB Self-Propelled Lawnmower runs on ball-bearing wheels, which not only guarantee a smooth ride on bumpy ground, but also offer far greater longevity than cheaper bush-mounted wheels.
Its roomy 60-litre grass-collector is made from fabric, which allows air to escape so as to ensure it gets fully packed; while its five-stage height-of-cut (27 – 80mm) is controlled using just one lever for fast, hassle-free selection of your preferred blade position.
With its 46cm cutting-with and power-drive, this model is aimed at medium-sized lawns with slopes and/or areas of bumpy ground.
A heavy-duty steel chassis ensures any accidental impact will be easily absorbed; while a fold-down handlebar - with comfortable soft grip -means you’ll be able to find a storage-space in a cluttered shed.
- Four-in-one design confers exceptional flexibility-of-use
- Collect, mulch or rear-discharge grass-cuttings
- Mulch-plug and large-capacity fabric bag included
- Quiet, smooth-running and fuel-efficient electric-start engine from Briggs & Stratton
- A power-driven lawn mower; ideal for lawns with slopes and rough-grass areas
- Robust steel mower-deck with protective powder-coated paint finish
- Large-diameter rear-wheels aid manoeuvrability in long grass
- Single-lever height-adjustment means it couldn’t be easier to set the blade position
- Height-adjustable handlebar can be collapsed for more compact storage
- Ball-bearing wheels for durability and a smooth run on rough terrain
Engine Make Briggs and Stratton Engine Model 575iS Series OHV with ReadyStart® & InStart® Electric Starter Engine Capacity 150cc Engine Starting System Electric Start Engine Fuel Tank Capacity 0.8 Litres Drive Self Propelled Cutting Width 46cm Cutting Heights 27-80mm (5 Positions) Height Adjustment Single Lever Grass Collector 60 Litres - Canvas with Hard Top Mulching Yes Side-Discharge Yes Cutting Deck Steel with Powder-Coated Paint Finish Handles Foldable with Soft Grip Wheels Front 180mm / Rear 240mm Safety Features Operator Presence Control Sound Level 96dB (A) Lawn Size Up to 1000m2 Weight 29kg Warranty 5 Years
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
Very Impressed So Far
Review by Richard / (Posted on 24/07/2014)
Very Impressed So FarReview by Richard / (Posted on 24/07/2014)Easy to put together and started on the button, though I spent ages looking for the throttle control (which it doesn't have).
I am mainly interested in the mulching function which it does a fantastic job of, provided you don't ask too much of it. If you try and cut from six inches to one, it will obviously struggle but, if you are reasonable with it, it's a great asset not to have to dispose of all those cuttings.
Much lighter than my last mower as well, so all in all quite chuffed.
Ease of Use
A well built machine, good value for the price.
Review by Derek Barham / (Posted on 16/10/2013)
A well built machine, good value for the price.Review by Derek Barham / (Posted on 16/10/2013)Delivery was prompt. The machine was well packed and easy to assemble. Oil was provided, filled the sump, and petrol tank, the engine started first pull. As a retired gardener I have used Stiga machines before and found them easy to use and very reliable - the Stiga Combi is no exception. I have a large garden with borders and paths and some quite large areas of lawn that for most of the year I use a cylinder mower on. Previously I used a push rotary when the growing season got too much for the cylinder mower. The powered Stiga makes it all much easier for a 80+ gardener. I look forward to a more relaxed mowing in the future .
Ease of Use
- Very Impressed So Far