If you like the finest cut to your lawn with that traditional striped finish then the Allett range of cylinder lawnmowers are perfect for you. Allett have a reputation for producing world class cylinder mowers for domestic and professional use including sports grounds. Allett lawn mowers are used worldwide on bowling greens, sports stadiums, tennis courts and cricket pitches. Chances are if you have watched any professional tennis, football, rugby or cricket matches the grass will have been cut by an Allett cylinder mower.
Building on this incredible reputation Allett will be adding battery powered lawnmowers to their range from Summer / Autumn 2017. The Allett Liberty cordless lawnmowers offer the best cut and finish to your lawn but without trailing electric cables or petrol / exhaust fumes. Cordless lawn mowers have become increasingly popular as the latest technology uses lithium batteries which are powerful enough to run a mower for up to 40 minutes. Lithium batteries have no self-discharge so hold a charge for much longer than the older style Nicad batteries. They are also a more environmentally kind choice with no exhaust fumes and lower noise pollution levels. Quicker charging times, lower battery weights and push button starting help to make owning and using a cordless mower simple.
The Allett Liberty 43 is the top of the range cordless model with a 43cm (17”) cutting width, Ideal for a small-medium domestic lawn where producing the finest cut and striped finish is a must. Aimed at the serious amateur gardener the Liberty 43 is fitted with a 6 bladed cutting cylinder (79 cuts per metre) which can be adjusted in height down to 6mm. Selecting the cutting height is simple as the Liberty 43 uses a dial with 5 positions available from 6mm – 32mm. There is also an S setting if you want to use a scarifying cassette with the mower. For the best finish Allett lawnmowers have a front and rear roller. The double rollers will provide that traditional striped effect to the lawn. The Liberty 43 has a full width steel front roller.