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Everything you need to service your Mantis four-stroke GX25 tiller.
This special Handy Item Kit contains everything you will require for the simple serviceing of your four-stroke engine. This helps prevent engine damage and guarantees smooth running of the Honda engine.
Please note: This Handy Item Kit 3777 is designed for the Honda G X25 engines which are currently on offer. If you purchased your engine earlier, it may have a GX31 engine, in which case you need Handy Item Kit 3444. You will find the type specification on the black cover of your tiller engine.
|Fits Models||Mantis 4-stroke GX25|
For over 35 years and approaching two million units sold, the Mantis tiller is still assembled in the original factory by a longstanding and dedicated workforce. In spite of its many imitators and there are quite a few mini tillers offered by other manufacturers the Mantis tiller is still the best-selling tiller in the UK and the world.
Its the patented “serpentine” (curved) tines that still set the Mantis tiller apart from other tillers, giving it the ability to cut through sod, tough soil and even vegetation with ease. (Other small tillers use a scaled-down version of the “bolo” bent tines found on big, heavy tillers, a design that is significantly less effective on a lightweight machine.)
The Mantis tiller’s high-quality craftsmanship and powerful commercial-grade engine consistently get rave reviews. And gardeners are pleased with the handy way the Mantis Tiller tills garden plots and effortlessly weeds around trees and landscaping.
Like the proverbial Swiss Army knife, the mighty Mantis tiller can effectively perform a wide variety of tasks. The tiller tines can easily be removed and many optional attachments can be quickly installed. These optional attachments convert the Mantis Tiller into a border edger, furrower, plough, lawn aerator, lawn dethatcher or crevice cleaner. Thus, one Mantis Tiller and its attachments can do the work of eight different power tools.
Over the years, the Mantis tiller has received many impressive official awards, including the 2009 Grow Your Own magazine Award for the best small tiller.
Back in 1989, after the Mantis tiller had thoroughly conquered North America, the little tiller was test marketed in the UK. The UK company’s Managing Director at the time was spending some time with his friends in the USA, and saw his host using a small red machine to help with his gardening chores. He came back to the UK only to find he couldn’t buy the Mantis Tiller in the UK. Thus, he decided to import a few on his own to sell through his existing business. The result? UK gardeners embraced the little tiller in much the same way Americans had.
Happy tiller owners in every state in the USA, every province in Canada, throughout the UK and Europe and around the world in countries such as South Africa, Israel and China are using their Mantis Tillers to cultivate soil, weed gardens, dig furrows, aerate and dethatch lawns, edge borders, dig holes for planting trees and shrubs, and even trim hedges. All with a little red tiller that many people laughed at when it was first introduced. It’s safe to say that no one is laughing at the little tiller now.
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