37E Mower is Excellent.
Assembly of the mower was straight forward apart from difficulties relating to the grass box.
1. Getting to grips with the diagrammatic instructions.
2. Fitting the collecting bag to its frame. This involves pushing a strong split extruded rubber tube over the support frame. My fingers were not strong enough to open the split wide enough to go over the frame and I had to resort to using a putty knife/scraper to create the opening at one end which was then easy enough to work down the length of tube. (7 sections in total).
3. The final part of assembling the collecting box is to couple the bag support frame to a rigid plastic section which in turn hooks the whole assembly to mower discharge. Fitting these two parts together is a simple press/click operation but, to prevent them coming apart, two locking inserts have to be fitted. I could not initially push these inserts into their locked position due to part of the bag material being tight across the opening and sitting under the shoulders of the locking inserts. This was overcome by use of a small screwdriver to push the bag material clear. Without the inserts, the assembly would probably pull apart every time the grass box had to be emptied.
I do not like the "Flick-Flack Cable Guide" which is unsuitable for small lawns with complicated borders where the mower has to be pulled in reverse. I much prefer the cable over my shoulder so that it is kept away from the mower and is easily grabbed and flicked away from the intended route.
The mower looks smart and is easy to push, similar to a small pram. Used it for the first time today and was amazed by the air pressure generated to blow the grass into the bag while at the same time creating a strong suction below the mower that would pick up slate chippings from the border areas around the lawn. I was trying to pick up leaves that had settled on the borders but had to stop for fear of damaging the mower. The strong suction also has the advantage that it lifts the lawn edges and I do not have to go round with a strimmer tidying up the straggly bits.