New Lawn Mower

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Greenfingered MoneySaving
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Greenfingered MoneySaving
My 11 year old mower has rusted through. Always stored inside shed. I'm looking out for a mower with a aluminium or plastic deck. Anyone got any tips / advice?
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    t's vry hrd to rply to psts tht cntin s littl infrmton!
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    The_Biff wrote: »
    I'm looking out for a mower with a aluminium or plastic deck. Anyone got any tips / advice?



    My top tip would be to look online, or in B&Q, Homebase etc., and see if you can see a mower that has an plastic deck. I'm sure there must be some out there somewhere, if you look hard enough :D


    Seriously though - yes, a lot of mowers these days have plastic decks. What sort of cutting width do you want, rotary or cylinder, petrol or electric ( or even battery powered ) ? What sort of budget are you looking at ? Any of the DIY sheds will have a wide selection, as will hundreds of online retailers. Even a quick look here throws up dozens of options from £50 to well over £1000 : http://www.diy.com/departments/outdoor-garden/garden-power-tools/lawnmowers/DIY780402.cat
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