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Forget about bagging or hand-raking grass-clippings – this quality European-built mower from Stiga features the venerable Swedish brand’s time-saving Multiclip technology, whereby cut grass is chopped multiple times, reducing it to a fine mulch that will decompose in quick-time, in turn feeding the turf with moisture and nutrients that will keep your lawn looking lush and verdant throughout the dry summer months.
The Stiga Multiclip 47 S Blue Self-Propelled Lawnmower comes powered by a Stiga RS100 engine which boasts an overhead-valve that works to maximise power-output, while at the same time reducing fuel-costs and unpleasant exhaust-emissions.
It’s equipped with power-driven rear-wheels, so inclines and rough grass can be covered with ease; and it’s built around a strong, powder-coated steel deck that combines with the use of high-quality parts throughout to ensure superior longevity.
Offering five preset cutting-height positions (31-80mm), the Stiga Multiclip 47 S Blue can be set-up to leave a close cut on fine lawns, or a longer cut on less formal areas.
Ball-bearing mounts for the wheels ensure smooth-rolling performance will be maintained over time; while a collapsible handlebar facilitates space-saving storage.
- No need to rake or bag – this mulching-mower cuts mowing time by a huge 30%
- Effort-saving power-drive for the easy coverage of slopes and rough ground
- Smooth-running; fuel-efficient; and environmentally-sound Stiga OHV engine
- Five cutting-heights for a great finish no matter what the conditions
- Robust galvanised steel mower-deck with a protective powder-coated finish
- Ball-bearing wheels will keep rolling smoothly over time
- OPC ensures the safety of the user and those in the vicinity of the mower
- Collapsible handlebar reduces the overall size of the machine for storage
Engine Make Stiga Engine Model RS100 OHV Engine Capacity 100cc Engine Power 1.55kW @ 2800rpm Engine Starting System Recoil Engine Fuel Tank Capacity 0.8 Litres Drive Self Propelled Cutting Width 45cm Cutting Heights 31-80mm (5 Positions) Height Adjustment 3 Levers Grass Collector No Mulching Yes Side-Discharge No Cutting Deck Steel Handles Foldable Wheels Front 180mm / Rear 180mm - Ball-Bearing Mounted Safety Features Operator Presence Control Lawn Size Up to 1200m2 Warranty 5 Years
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Good Value Workhorse
Review by Kevin / (Posted on 30/05/2017)
Good Value WorkhorseReview by Kevin / (Posted on 30/05/2017)We're a large B&B with multiple lawns, some flat and presentable, some sloping, some rough. This was a second mower, adding to a conventional roller mower, for use primarily on the sloping and rougher areas where the weight of the roller, and the hassle of emptying, were a problem.
Assembly was easy enough for a practically-minded person - the instructions are rather minimal. A nice touch was to find it already filled with oil and the oil supplied by MowDirect.
The Stiga handles all the various grass lengths and densities very well. It's light, manoeuvrable, and starts reliably. The 'self-propelled' drive is pretty basic - the front wheels are geared to the motor by a simple clutch - drive is either on or off. There is no speed control on anything, it's either running, or not. The instructions imply that the clutch/gearing might not be that robust ('don't pull the mower backwards with the wheels turning' etc) but no problems so far. If you've level-ish lawns, you could probably work fine with the non-propelled version as it's so light.
Fuel consumption is surprisingly low (compared with my other mower). The cutting chamber stays very clean even when cutting significantly long and damp grass. Adjusting the height of the cutters isn't great, but perfectly workable. The (spring'y metal) mechanism here looks like it might be one of the first areas to fail.
When mowing, it's not at all obvious that the cut grass is still there after mowing, so it does the job it's intended to do extremely well. With perhaps some doubt over the long-term robustness of the wheel drive and the height adjusters I'd otherwise have no hesitation in recommending the Stiga, and at this price it's an easy choice.
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- Good Value Workhorse