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Einhell Power X-Change 18V Cordless Lawnmower Skin - 33cm

Product code: 236784
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The Einhell GE-CM 18/33 Li-Solo Cordless Lawnmower is a member of the flexible and powerful Power X-Change series and is recommended for areas up to 200m², depending on the strength of the battery. The cordless mower is driven by an Einhell brushless motor, which has a longer life and running time than conventional carbon brush motors. The high-wheeler with large, grass-protecting wheels comes with 5-position central cutting height adjustment, a height-adjustable long handle with 3 settings for convenient operation and a generously dimensioned grass box with level indicator. The mower is equipped with a high-quality, impact-resistant plastic housing and a folding long handle that allows the mower to be stowed in confined spaces. The integrated carry-handle makes the mower easy to transport. The cordless mower is operated with an 18 Volt rechargeable battery of the user-friendly system series. The rechargeable battery and charger are available separately, for example as a practical starter set.
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Product details
  • Weight: 10.10 kg
  • Power Type: Cordless
  • Colour: Red & black
  • Range: Einhell PXC Cordless
  • Brand Name: Einhell
  • Made To Order: N
Features & benefits
  • Part of the Einhell Power X-Change one battery fits all system
  • Cutting width: 33cm (13inch)
  • Central cutting height adjustment, 5 levels 25-65 mm
  • Brushless energy
  • Filling level indication from the 30L grass collection box
  • Integrated carry handle for easy transport
  • Recommended for lawn areas up to 200 m²
  • Supplied without battery and charger. Available separately 4.0Ah Battery and Fast Charger Starter Kit sku no. 234046
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