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Weibang Ion 81 RC - E Ride On Mower

€4.990,00

 

The ION 81RC – E-Rider is a new battery-powered ride-on mower for maintaining large garden lawns without emissions

This ION 81RC is the first product in our new iON range of battery-powered garden machinery, It provides homeowners a viable alternative to petrol-powered machinery to mow large lawns efficiently and in comfort.

This compact ride on battery lawnmower has an overall width of just 81cm which enables it to get through most garden gates and narrow passages unlike the majority of traditional garden tractors.

When fully charged, the battery fitted to the ION 81RC rider on mower will provide enough power for approximately 2.5 hours of mowing making it suitable for mowing large garden lawns

  • Working Time: 150 mins
  • Charging Time: 12 hours
  • Functions: Rear Collect / Mulching
  • Drive: Rear Wheel with Cruise Control
  • Wheel Size (F/R): 11″/13
Engine make/model Battery Samsung 72V/ 31AH Lithium
Cutting Width 81cm
Propulsion (speed) Forward Speed 6.5 km/h | Reverse Speed 5 km/h
Cutting adjustment 25-130mm
Grass box capacity 190L
Weight 174kg
Type/Blade Number of Blades 2
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