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AL-KO EnergyFlex 46.2 Li SP Comfort 40V 3-in-1 Self-Propelled Cordless Lawn Mower (with 5Ah Batteries & Fast Charger)

€840,00

 

The AL-KO Comfort 46.2 Li SP is a self-propelled 36 volt cordless lawn mower equipped with a sturdy 46cm (18") steel cutter deck.

Thanks to the latest dual lithium-ion battery technology with balanced discharging, the battery-powered lawn mower combines the advantages of a classic petrol machine with the quiet and exhaust-free operation of an electric device - all cable free.

After a two hour charge time, the mower is simple to start with a plug-in key.

The battery compartment houses up to two batteries with 'Balanced Discharging System' for maximum run time, careful discharging of the batteries and long service life.

The LED display makes it clear to see when it needs to be charged.

This lawn mower kit is supplied with  5Ah batteries and charger.

A 3-in-1 cut and collect mower, the cutting height can be adjusted via a single lever through seven stages between 30 to 80mm.

Grass clippings are collected in a spacious 70 litre grass bag with an integrated fill-level indicator.

Flexibility of your AL-KO Comfort 46.2 Li SP lawn mower is increased by simply inserting the mulching plug (included) into the rear discharge chute. The accessory retains the grass clippings beneath the mower deck where they are finely cut before being dispersed onto the surface acting as a natural lawn fertiliser.

The aerodynamic steel deck features AL-KO's MaxAirflow technology to ensure optimum cutting, collection and mulching results.

When the mowing is complete, the AL-KO Comfort 46.2 Li SP features a convenient carrying handle for easy transport, and the lawn mower can be folded up and stored away in no time.

 5Ah battery and rapid charger INCLUDED.

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