Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower
Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower Allett Liberty 30 12" 40V Cordless Push Cylinder Lawn Mower
RRP: £698.98
OUR PRICE: £649.00 (inc VAT)
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The Liberty 30 is the 30cm/12" entry-level, push-propelled mower in the new and unique range of Allett cordless cylinder mowers.

Employing the advances in new technology,  the Allett Liberty 30 is powered by a 40 volt 4Ah lithium-ion battery which will cover about 600 square metres - that's around 40 minutes of mowing time - on a single battery charge. The cost per battery charge is a mere 5 pence! Eliminating the noise, fuss and fumes of petrol, with the added advantage of no power cable to restrict you, starting the machine is easy and convenient with push button start. Six speed options allow you to select the pace to suit you.

The mower has a compact 30cm (12") cutting width and is equipped with a five-bladed cutting cylinder to give a fine finish. Featuring front and rear rollers, the Liberty 30 will also give a desirable striped effect on your lawn. The cutting height can be adjusted through five pre-set positions between 6mm and 32mm. Grass clippings are collected in the 32 litre polypropylene grass box.

The Allett Liberty 30 cylinder mower offers a greener, quieter alternative to help keep your lawn perfectly striped and in pristine condition.

For additional lawn care, an optional scarifier cartridge can be fitted easily in place of the cutting cylinder (see related items below).

Product specification

Brand: Allett
Battery: GreenWorks G-MAX Lithium-Ion included
Battery Voltage: 40V
Battery Capacity: 4Ah
Battery Charger: Included
Battery Charge Time: Approx 1h 45m
Approx Run Time: Up to 40 mins
Productivity: Approx 600m2
Cuts Per Metre: Variable
Motor: 410W @ 10A
Start Method: Push button
Propulsion: Hand-propelled
Speed Control: 1-6 adjustable
Width of Cut: 30cm / 305mm / 12"
Cutting System: 5-blade carbon steel cylinder, V belt drive
Minimum Cutting Height: 6mm
Maximum Cutting Height: 32mm
Cutting Height Adjustment: Dial 1-5, plus S for scarifying (optional)
Collection System: Grass box
Collector Capacity: 32L
Handle Height Adjustment: 2 height positions plus folding, wing nut adjustment
Front Roller: Polyethelene
Rear Roller: Yes
Rear Roller: Steel rolled edges
Overall Width: 48cm / 19"
Sound and Noise Data: 86dB(A)
Weight Without Battery: 23kg
Warranty: 1 year manufacturer's
Shipping Dimensions: L: 92cm x W: 59cm x H: 62cm

The QC system - versatility at an affordable priceQuick Catridge

A major technological breakthrough came with the birth of the QC exchange concept, which is key to this range of cylinder mowers.

Quite literally, 'QC' stands for 'Quick Cartridge'.  One of the biggest innovations in the world of cylinder lawn mowing for over 75 years, it is a system which allows you to remove the cylinder blades from the mower quickly and easily as a complete cassette. You can then either have the blades re-ground or simply replace them with a new cutting cassette.  This makes maintenance of your cylinder mower much easier and prolongs its life. 

The second major benefit of the QC system is the versatility it offers. The cutting blade cassette can be simply removed and replaced by the QC lawn scarifier cassette which immediately transforms your lawn mower into a powered raker. This will clear your lawn of moss and other debris, allowing it to breathe and promotes healthy growth.

ABOUT ALLETT....

Allett takes great pride in its heritage. It is a wholly British-owned company which, for almost fifty years, has specialised in the design and manufacturer of precision, single-cylinder, walk-behind mowers. Through its technological achievements, the company has helped produce better, more consistent sports turf surfaces and finer, more beautiful ornamental lawns.

The first Allett prototype was a 36" wide machine designed, built and tested in 1965 by horticultural engineer, Reg Allett who, a year later, manufactured and sold his first production mower. Within two years of its launch, the Allett 36" was the professional groundsman's mower of choice and, by the late 1960s, these precision machines were cutting the outfields of every English Test Match venue and many county cricket grounds. They were also trusted to prepare the pitches of leading football and rugby clubs and were specified for use at other sports venues, country estates and public parks throughout the UK, Ireland and continental Europe.

Throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s, Allett continued to develop its professional mower range with the introduction of the 20", 24", 30", 34" and 42" cut machines and by the early years of the current millennium, the professional cylinder mower range comprised specialist mowers for golf and bowling greens, sports stadiums, cricket wickets and outfields as well as public and private parks and gardens. In addition, the company was honoured when the Commonwealth War Graves Commission chose Allett mowers almost exclusively to maintain the grass within its immaculate cemeteries in Britain and all over the world.

In August 2007, the company was acquired by the privately-owned Turfmech Group and Allett mower production was moved to Turfmech's state-of-the-art manufacturing centre in Hixon, Staffordshire. Importantly, brand heritage expressed through its distinctive black, silver and gold livery was maintained and continues to be recognised throughout the world.

In May 2011 Allett acquired, from Bosch Lawn and Garden, the design and manufacturing rights to the former Atco and Suffolk Punch branded petrol and electric pedestrian cylinder mowers. These have now formed our new “green and gold” Classic and Expert cylinder mower ranges.

The addition of the new Classic and Expert domestic and semi-professional cylinder mowers to its portfolio makes Turfmech the largest manufacturer of pedestrian petrol-engined cylinder mowers in Britain, delivering sustained technological advances and complete peace of mind.

Today, the Allett brand of professional walk-behind cylinder mowers are leaders within their various market sectors, providing users with expertly-built, reliable, well-proven grass-cutting machines which produce a seemingly effortless first-class finish to every lawn on which they are used.

Each and every one of Allett's powerful, smooth running yet quiet machines is supported by exceptional pre- and after-sales care and attention, a service the company is delighted to offer to its customers worldwide.

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4.5 Star Rating
Sep 22 2019
phillip ticehurst
lovely mower but i wish i bought the self propelled version like the liberty 35,might have to sell it and buy the next model up,but great quality
May 15 2018
Ian Stewart
Excellent idea if, like me, you want a cylinder mower that gives a good scissor cut to the grass and leaves neat stripes, but for medical reasons or just advancing age, don't or can't use the Qualcast of old. So this is essentially a Qualcast-like machine, except that the blades are worked by a li-ion battery motor, while you walk behind supplying the push. After using this Allett machine for four cuts of the lawn, I'm impressed by its cutting efficiency, and it leaves super stripes. It also has the air of a machine that is well made and solid - built to last. Why do I give it 4 instead of 5 stars? Answer is, because when the machine first arrived, I needed to do the old-fashioned "paper-cutting test" and make adjustments in the "on-cut" screws, because the blades were giving more pressure on one side of the cutting plate than the other. The instruction book was pretty sketchy on how to do this, and I imagine that if a buyer had no previous experience of adjusting the "on cut", it would be a struggle, to say the least. And in any case, I think that when one is paying £670 or so for a mower, the least the supplier could do is get their own mechanics to set the blades at an even pressure on both sides before it's despatched, so the buyer would really get it "set up and ready to go".