Model No. EMAX42I

1800W 42cm Electric Rotary Lawn Mower with Compact and Go

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Features + Benefits

  • Compact&Go: Collects 30% more grass for less time spent emptying…..small box convenience, big box capacity
  • EdgeMax: closest edge cutting
  • E-Drive: High Torque, High Performance cutting system – stall free cutting of tall & damp grass
  • Intelli-Cable Management: Thinks about the cable, so you don’t have to
  • Bag Full Window: Know when the grass box is full…..know when to compact
  • Height Adjust: Soft Touch’ technology adjusts the height of cut with a single movement
  • Low profile design allows for improved access under shrubs & furniture
  • Integrated carry handle makes it even easier to lift & move around the home
  • Low fatigue bale bar allows you to grip anywhere around the handle
  • Handles quickly fold down to reduce the footprint for easier, more compact storage
Black and Decker - 1800W 42cm Electric Rotary Lawn Mower with Compact and Go - EMAX42I

Product Specs

Product Type Lawn Mower
Power Source Corded
Garden Size Medium
Power Rating 1800 W
Cutting Width 42 cm
Grassbox capacity 50 L
Cutting mechanism Rotary/Metal Blade
Cutting Height Adjustment Single 'Soft Touch' Lever
Cutting heights 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 mm
Number of Cutting Height Settings 6
Compact&Go Yes
Bag Fill Indicator Yes
Grassbox type Rigid
Intelli-Cable Manager Yes
Carry Handle Yes
Cable Storage Yes
Full Wrap Switching Yes
Soft grip No
Handle Height Adjustment Yes
Sound Power 96 dB(A)
Vibration 3.2 m/s²

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Lawnmower is excellent - easy to use and performs as advertised
Two parts (lock nuts for handles ) missing when opened and was unable to get in contact with black and decker - had to use parts from old machine.
Confirmed purchase: 29 June 2015
Published on: 06 August 2015