The Stiga Combi 50 SEQB is a multi-function machine offering levels of versatility, build-quality and performance that belie its attractive price-point.
Key amongst numerous high-spec features is its Briggs & Stratton 675iS-Series engine; a powerful 163cc air-cooled four-stroke motor that employs the US industry-leader’s iStart lithium-ion-battery starting-technology - a simple push of a button will see things spark into life!
An OHV (overhead-valve) configuration means lower fuel-costs with a commensurate cut in noise and emissions; while a mechanical governor regulates RPM so as to provide more useable power when the going gets tough.
Thanks to its four-in-one design, whereby grass-clippings can either be bagged, mulched, side-discharged or rear-discharged, the Stiga Combi 50 SEQB can be set-up to achieve great results on pretty much any grass-type.
It’s built around a steel cutter-deck with a weather-resistant powder-coated paint finish, so durability is guaranteed; and it has power-driven back-wheels for the comfortable, low-effort coverage of inclines and rough ground.
The large 70-litre-capacity grass-collector on the Combi 50 SEQB is made from canvas - this allows air to escape, in turn freeing-up even more space for clippings and extending run-times between emptying-breaks.
Quick-release handlebars make it simple to prepare for storage or transport; while ball-bearing mounts for the wheels ensure they won’t stiffen-up over time, as happens with inferior bush-mounted wheels.
Already flexible in use, the Stiga Combi 50 SEQB Self-Propelled Lawnmower also features a five-stage cutting-height range, which is quick and easy to adjust using only one lever.
A 48cm width-of-cut makes this model suitable for moderately-sized lawns - up to around 1200m2.