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AL-KO Comfort 42.1 P-A 3-in-1 Push Petrol Lawn Mower

€400,00

 

Although the Comfort 42.1 P-A may be the new entry-level model in AL-KO's German-engineered petrol rotary lawn mower line-up, it boasts superior features, excellent performance and great value.

Designed for small lawns up to 800 square metres, the AL-KO Comfort 42.1 P-A is push-propelled and gets its power from a high performance 123cc AL-KO Pro 125 QSS four-stroke engine with overhead valve technology.

This versatile machine features a 3-in-1 function so you can elect whether to collect, mulch or rear discharge the grass clippings. The lawn mower is equipped with a 42cm (16") ULTRAMOW deck which is manufactured from a single sheet of steel to create the very best aerodynamics, resulting in optimum collection and mulching results. The offset design of the cutter deck means you can mow right up to the lawn edge. The large 65 litre grass collector features an indicator to alert when the bag needs to be emptied.

The four single height adjustment levers allow the grass cutting height to be set through seven positions to the desired height between 25mm and 75mm. The extra-large smooth-running wheels feature wide tyres to protect the lawn and make easy progress over uneven ground.

Lightweight at just 25.9kg, storing away the AL-KO Comfort 42.1 P-A lawn mower is child's play. A clever integrated upstanding position means the mower can be stored vertically so it will fit in the smallest of sheds and gives you easy access for convenient maintenance and cleaning.

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