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Brilliant little beast!
Easy setup, easy to manouvre around tight corners. Started first go. Had no issues mowing my 6x17m lawn (buffalo, winter grass and weeds) had to empty the catch about 3/4 way through. Excellent!
Having bought only ever Victa mowers in my life, I have been irritated and disappointed by my recent purchase of the Ultralite. The clippings build up extensively in the front of the catcher. The clippings do not seem to blow back properly into the catcher so one is forever stopping and starting to manually remove the clippings......
You get what you pay for!
Purchased this mower as we only have a small yard to maintain and thought that a small machine would do the the job, such a waste of money! Mower will stop after a few strips as clippings build up in front of catcher, you need to manually push them back in far enough to continue or empty the 2 handfuls of grass from catcher to start again. The most frustrating lawn mower iv ever owned and neither Bunnings or Victa would consider replacing it for me as its not "faulty". Spend a couple of hundred more and avoid this little nightmare!
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Good little mower. Downsized from a ride on to a small yard. Wanted a Victa as grew up with them and reliable. This mower is small but does the job. Starts first go with ease. Only downside iflawn gets to lose g it struggles but that's to be expected.
Questions & Answers
Design of the catcher is bad. During mowing the clippings built up extensively in the back of the mower and not collected in the catcher. How can this be overcome?
|Category||Petrol Lawn Mowers|
|Cutting Deck Material||Steel|
|Cutting Width||406 mm|
|Height of Cut||17 mm to 72 mm|
|Number of Blades||2|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Engine / Motor|
|Engine Displacement||125 cc|
|Brand||Briggs & Stratton|
|Engine Type||4-Stroke and OHV (Overhead Valve)|
|Engine Name||Briggs & Stratton U.S. built 125cc OHV 4-stroke|
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