Electric rotary lawn mower with ergo-grip multifunction handles for comfortable, effortless control. Features unique grass combs with inset front wheels to enable cutting right up to or over the edge and a high speed motor with Bosch PowerDrive system for optimum performance. EN 60335.
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Bosch Rotak 43 Ergo Handles 43cm Rotary Electric Lawn Mower 230V
Review 1 for Bosch Rotak 43 Ergo Handles 43cm Rotary Electric Lawn Mower 230V
"Very impressed with the Bosch Rotak 43. Easy to assemble and great results cutting lawn. Only took a third of the time to cut the lawn compared to hover mower, and the cut is cleaner and neater. Reasonably quiet and easy to push. Also it cuts very close to obstacles like washing line pole."
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Review 3 for Bosch Rotak 43 Ergo Handles 43cm Rotary Electric Lawn Mower 230V
"I chose this model to replace a petrol engined mower which had starting difficulties, plugs fuel , oil issues etc. This is a smart looking and light rotary electric mower from the Bosch range. Used for about 2weeks now with no problems. Easy to assemble and plug in for immediate use. i found I needed to be careful when putting the 2 halves of the grass box together to get the lugs to marry correctly. Don't forget to start mowing at the point nearest the power supply to reduce any inconvenience caused by the wire. Ample power lead for your average modern lawn although my 50m x 15m definitely required the full length of my 30m extension reel. Plastic height adjustment was smooth and easy to use. Bosch have conveniently aslo put the ON switch in the centre of well designed handle, and deadmans switch is on both sides so it can easily be held in whilst mowing. I was glad that I had gone for this particular model with my larger garden as it has a slightly larger cutting circle, and a good 1800W motor. I cant see that there is a huge amount of maintainance beyond cleaning away the grass and damp cloth the rest."