Mountfield Princess 42Li 48v 500 Series Cordless Mower with Battery and Charger

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The Mountfield Princess 42Li is the largest model in the Princess range powered by a 1300w motor and supplied with a 4h 48v lithium batteries. The walk-behind rotary lawnmower is ideal for medium sized lawns and benefits from a 42cm cutting width, 3 in 1 mowing function and an ample 50 litre grass collector. Cordless mower power works towards reducing your household carbon footprint with zero-emissions and reduced noise. Working away from a power source gives you the freedom to mow without the need for extension leads. Unlike petrol engines, the battery power tools require minimal maintenance and there is no need to handle flammable fuel.

Mountfield Princess 42Li features:

  • 1 x 4Ah lithium battery and charger
  • 42m Polypropylene / ABS Deck
  • 3 in 1 cutting system, collect, mulch & rear discharge
  • 50 litre Grass Box
  • Cutting heights 25 - 75 mm
  • Integrated rear roller

The Princess 42Li 4-wheel rotary mower has plenty of options for your cut grass besides the good-sized 50 litre grass box. With the mulch plug fitted, the clippings are cut into tiny pieces and blown back to the grass root for added moisture and break down quickly to produce a natural fertiliser.  The handlebar is height adjustable and folds for easy transportation.

Supplied with 1 x 4Ah battery and standard charger.


  PRINCESS 42 Li Kit
Voltage 48 V
Cutting width
42 cm
Anti-scalp plate
3 in 1 cutting system
Deck material
Polypropylene / ABS
Cutting heights
6, 25 - 75 mm
None, Push
Grass Collector
50 L
150/250 mm grooved wheels
Measured sound pressure level at operator ear
82 dB(A)
Product weight
15 kg
L 128cm, W 43cm, 106cm
2 year


  • Mark Hawkins 13/04/2021

    Build quality is good, 4ah battery lasts well and still has power left after 2 passes. Mulching attachment seems to work well.

    My only gripe and why I knocked a star off is that to date I have seen no sign of the rear roller doing its job of a precise stripe