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Solo T15-95.6 HD Ride-On Lawnmower

Amazing optics and perfect workmanship make this lawnmower both eye-catching and stylish.
First up in the PREMIUM solo by AL-KO range is the T15-95.6HD ride-on mower. Developed in Germany and manufactured in Austria this mower combines high-quality materials and sophisticated technology to produce an exceptional machine ideal for mowing large lawns.

This mower sports a 95cm (37.4inches) cutting deck, a 452cc Loncin engine and all the features of the Premium range. These include a comfortable, ergonomic & adjustable bucket chair, an extra large 310 litre grass bag, a front bumper, a solid cast iron front axle and an extra strong frame. The large 20” rear wheels provide optimum traction whilst being gentle on the lawn.

Intuitively designed side-by-side forward and reverse pedals control the hydrostatic drive gearbox that allows the user to manoeuver effortlessly around flower beds, trees and other garden features. Other clever designs on this mower include the external fuel filler hatch for quick access to fill up the petrol tank, a low foot rest with non-slip foot plates and lots of legroom for ease of mounting and dismounting and a telescopic lever to empty the grass bag from the seat. The central height adjustment lever offers 7 cutting heights with options ranging from 30mm to 90mm.

The T15-95.6HD is a versatile garden tractor with a mulch plug included and a rear deflector available as an optional accessory. The tow hitch can attach a range of ride-on tow-behind accessories to make this mower a useful garden tool all year round!
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