Push Mowers Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of push mower would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Easy start, smooth mow.
We don't have a massive yard, but we do need to empty the catcher 4 or so times per mow. The mower is really simple to start (my 10 year old does it as a chore), and glades easily along the yard. This is the first mower we've had in almost 8 years that seems to be of good quality. We've had to turf about 6 other mowers until we got this one. Doesn't seem to burn through too much petrol, and is just an overall good machine.
We purchased from the Red Shed. It is easy to start compared to the old mowers which need some 'sun' time and many frustrating times of pulling to get it started. It is easy to manoeuvre and light to push. We were thinking about the Bunnings Masport and Victa which was cheaper but was told that we would probably have to come back to Red shed for repairs/ servicing if any issues down the road. So far, so good.
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