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McCulloch M46-125 Push Petrol Rotary Lawnmower 460mm Cut with Deep Steel Deck & Briggs & Stratton 450e 125cc EngineThe McCulloch M46-125 is a medium sized lawn mower with 46cm cutting width and collector. Robust design with steel cutting deck. Easy washing with Gardena water hose connection.Features:- Comfortable handlebars provide a nice and steady grip- Durable hinges for easy adjustment of your working position and handy storing/transport- Fast and efficient washing thanks to the GARDENA water hose connector- Durable, powder coated steel bodies for maximum life span- Easy height setting with the central cutting height adjustment- The powerful performance makes the mower suitable for all grass areas- Big-volume collector, designed for reducing dust and noise- Easy starting Briggs & Stratton engine with reliabillity over a long timeEngine specification:Engine manufacturer - Briggs & StrattonEngine name - 450e SeriesCylinder displacement - 148 cm³Net power at preset rpm - 1,8 kW @ 3000 rpmFuel tank volume - 0,9 litresAir Filter type - PaperTransmission system - PushWeight - 28 kgCutting deck:Cutting deck material - SteelCutting methods - CollectionCutting width - 46 cmCutting height, min-max - 30 - 80 mmCutting height steps - 6Cutting height adjustment - CentralEquipment:Collector volume - 50 litresWheel size, front/rear - 190 mm/210 mmSoft grip Handle height adjustment Foldable handle Water hose connectionSound and noise data:Sound level measured: 94 dB(A), guaranteed: 95 dB(A)Sound pressure level at operators ear - 80 dB(A)Petrol EnginesIt is important to read all instructions regarding petrol products. 4 Stroke engines require oil and some machines are supplied dry (No oil to start with). Running a 4 stroke petrol machine without oil will result in the engine seizing and is not covered under warranty. 2 Stroke engines will have a mix of oil in the petrol this normally 1 part oil to 50 parts petrol but not always, again please read the instructions supplied with your machine. Petrol engines do require more maintenance than electric engines but if reguarly maintained they will normally give many years of use.
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Woodciti123 | 21 August 2014
No throttle so only 1 speed which is annoying. Ok to construct from the box. My kid poured some oil in the fuel tank before i even used it which meant spending £60 at a local garden centre to fix before it would start!! Only used once so far and it works great - should suit my needs fine. Catcher fills pretty quick though and doesn't always get 'full' before clogging the channel - same as all mowers?
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Ian stratton | 26 June 2013
Overall this is a great entry level product.
it starts very easily, has good balance when the grass box is full and has very comfortable hand grips so doesn't make your arms ache.
it has easy height adjustment and looks good.
Robert gibb | 12 May 2013
The first delivery arrived a broken front axle which is either a problem of build quality or the handling by the courier. Probably a bit of both. Thanks to excellent customer service from tooled-up i received a prompt replacement. Assembly was a bit of a fiddle with the handles, but straightforward enough. I added oil and petrol and the engine fired on the first pull. In fact it has never failed to start for me yet. Big tick. The manual is a bit weak. There is no mention of the hose attachment or how and when to use it.
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