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Husqvarna LC353v Self Propelled Lawnmower


Variable Drive Speed
Durable & Light Composite Chassis
Ergonomic & Comfortable Handle
Husqvarna ReadyStart Technology
The Husqvarna LC 353V is a high quality and powerful mower.

Fitted with a 21" (53cm) cutting width and self-propelled, variable speed drive, this lawnmower is perfect for taking the strain out of mowing your lawn.

This mower is powered by a Husqvarna HS166A 166cc engine.

With the 60 Litre grass collector, so you will be emptying it less frequently.

The composite chassis, which is lightweight and corrosion resistant, has been designed for maximum collecting performance.
With variable speed, you can adjust the operating speed to suit where you are in the garden which is ideal for precision cutting and tackling different levels of your garden.
The ReadyStart system means starting is kept simple, with no need to prime the engine before use, simply just pull the starter cord and you are ready to go.
The cutting height on this model is adjustable between 20mm - 75mm, which can be easily performed using a well-balanced one grip handle.
This means you can easily change the finish to your lawn to suit the time of year and your own personal preferences.

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