The AL-KO Highline 42.7 SP-A rotary cut mower has a 42 cm cut, single speed power drive and AL-KO petrol engine. The Highline 42.7 SP-A has replaced the 42BR-A but with a higher specification. It has an ULTRAMOW steel cutter deck which is pressed from a single sheet of steel which improves strength and efficiency.The Highline 42.7 SP-A 4 wheel lawn mower has a 3-in-1 mowing function so you can choose between collection, rear discharge and mulch. Clippings are collected into the rigid grass box which has a built in fill-level indicator so you know when it needs emptying. Adjusting the cutting heights is easy with an individual wheel. Set the wheel through 7 stages from 25 – 75 mm. Instead of collecting the grass clippings choose between discharging them to the rear of the mower and mulching them into very tiny pieces. Mulching is a good way to recycle the grass and feed the lawn as the tiny grass pieces are rich in nutrients and as they wilt they will release these back into the soil.FeaturesErgonomic handlebars maximise comfort and have a full width safety bar. 65 litre EasyClick rigid grass box designed for optimum airflow improving the filling performance. Level indicator to alert you when the collector is full and guide rail so it can be removed and reattached easily. Highline lawnmowers can be stood vertically for cleaning the deck or space saving storage. 3INONE Function: Mow, collect and mulch XL wheels with ball bearings for easy handling. SpecificationsModel: Highline 42.7 SP-AType: 4 wheelBlade Type: RotaryCutting Width: 42cm / 16 inchEngine: AL-KO Pro 125Displacement: 123ccPower: 2kWDrive: Yes, single speedCutting Deck: UltraMow steelFuel: PetrolEngine Oil: 4 stroke (0.6l bottle included)Cutting Height Adjustment: Individual wheelCutting Heights: 7 stages from 25 – 75 mmGrass Box Capacity: 65lGrass Box Type: Rigid with fill indicatorMulching: YesWheel Size: 180 / 205 mm, ball bearingsWeight: Approx 26kg Warranty: Manufacturer’s 5 year for domestic use only (Terms & Conditions Apply)
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