Garden Pride GP22WS Wheeled Trimmer Mower
RRP: £369.00
OUR PRICE: £329.00 (inc VAT)
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For powerful trimming of overgrown gardens or rough terrain, the Garden Pride GP22WS wheeled strimmer offers features, build quality and power at an attractive price point.

The working width of 56 centimetres will allow you to tackle large areas such as a paddock or small pasture. Because trimming around trees and bushes is easy, this trimmer mower is also ideal for taming a small orchard. Being a line trimmer with strong, durable nylon lines which extend beyond the wheels, you can actively trim and cut right up to the very perimeter of walls, fences and garden ornaments to produce the ultimate neat finish to your garden edges. The versatile machine will even glide under bushes, hedges, low hanging branches or garden seats thanks to its simple yet effective design with low flat-nose profile.

The Garden Pride GP22WS is push propelled and the trimming head is driven by a power 5.5hp four-stroke petrol engine with recoil start. Of rugged steel construction, the trimmer mower has large 14" spoked wheels with thick rubber tyres and the folding handle bars make it easy to store or transport in your car.

Product specification

Brand: Garden Pride
Engine Type: 4-stroke
Horsepower: 5.5hp
Start Method: Recoil
Propulsion: Hand push
Width of Cut: 56cm / 22"
Wheels: 14"
Weight: 31kg
Warranty: 5 year conditional domestic warranty
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4 Star Rating
Feb 18 2019
Only used for about four hours so far, but doing exactly what is suggested in advertising. Cutting heavy long grass with bracken and some briars, Not getting all the briars as they seem to whip out of the way if they are green and flexible. Have still got the original strimming cord after four hours. Much easier to use than hand held strimmer and much faster at getting the job done. Only handles slopes as suggested say 15 degrees, any more can make machine unstable when crossing slope.
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