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Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag

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Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag
Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag

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Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag. From the model Murray.

  • Sharper cylinder mower blades end in sharper-looking lawns
  • Adapt the reducing top of this hand mower to suit your garden and climate situations: Single lever, 4 positions, 13 – 38 mm
  • Comfort and luxury with ergonomic foam padded deal with bar
  • Accumulate all of your clippings within the 20 Litre catcher for a clear end
  • Lower down on noise across the residence with this mild reel mower
  • 2-12 months restricted client guarantee

Additional information

Specification: Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag

Manufacturer

‎Briggs and Stratton

Part Number

‎2691592

Product Dimensions

‎53 x 43 x 26 cm, 9.5 Kilograms

Item model number

‎2691592

Colour

‎Silver

Style

‎HM400

Material

‎Alloy Steel

Power Source

‎Manual

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Included Components

‎Hand Mower

Batteries included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

Item Weight

‎9.5 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Murray HM400 Hand Push Cylinder Mower, 40 cm (16 Inch) 20 Litre Collection Bag

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  1. Clint Wilson

    Great piece of kit! Easy to assemble and use. No more fiddling with petrol or hanging a cord over your shoulder or annoying the neighbors. Blades were super sharp out of the box. Highly recommended.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    it does the job and even a old woman like me can handle it

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  3. Dave D

    Pros: Really easy to assemble, leaves a nice cut, no petrol or cables, quiet, lightweight.

    Cons: you have to avoid even tiny branches and twigs as hitting these can cause blades to go out of allignment. This happened to me and I had to bend the blade slightly with pliers and play with the adjustment of cut area to get everything back in line and cutting properly.

    Grass collector is rubbish the cuttings slide back toward mower so I don’t use the collector.

    All in the mower cuts well and does a good job just try keep your lawn clear of tree debri before using.

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  4. amanda mckenna

    Absolutely love this mower !! it’s so light to push it feels like it’s floating,very little noise ,gives the grass a great cut,I highly recommend it ,the company I bought it from delivered quickly and with no issues,excellent brand !!

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  5. M Greenbank

    I’ve wanted a push along mower for a while, but I like my lawn long and it is not very even, the rear lawn even has a manhole cover in the middle of it, so I had reservations. I took the plunge when the rotary mower I had burnt out after 2 years and I felt £40 a year plus electric was a little steep, so I’d give this a go.
    I have two lawns, one small and one medium sized (12 by 6 fence panels). The larger lawn takes me about half an hour, even emptying the grass into a bucket every length, about the same as an electric. The finish is better with the scissor action, you can tell, I was dubious. It is relatively light, my 3.5 year old can nearly manage it on his own (he thinks it is great and wants to race me or mow the lawn when I get it out). I love the fact there is no electric, no petrol and so little noise. I feel a push along mower is a genuine life improvement and I wish I’d bought one years ago.
    However, my lawns are on an uneven slope and I am cutting across the main gradient for a better stripe. The handle has quite a lot of flex and twist. I can’t tell if this is by design to increase ergonomics or just a by product of the construction method to get it into a box for shipping (everything is tight to the point where the tubes start to deform), but either way the result is the control is a little difficult. 4 cuts in and I’m still not getting the lines as straight as I used to with the electric or always getting all the grass, the flexibility leaves it a bit imprecise. I’m a perfectionist and this is frustrating. The grass collection is medium useless, but not an issue really. I like it an hope to get many years out of it, but should it need replacement I will be looking for one with a better handle.

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  6. Andy

    I bought this to replace my electric mower because the wire was getting on my nerves. I was sceptical about how such a cheap and simple mower would cut the grass, but I’m absolutely amazed. It cuts the grass beautifully. It does my back lawn really well because it’s flat.

    Some things to note: the assembly instructions are not very good. You’ll get there, but it’s just 3 pictures.

    It does a great job on a flat lawn, but struggles on uneven slopes because the blades strike the ground. Also don’t expect to go around trees etc because even small sticks will jam the blade.

    The grass collector is very poorly designed. I found it easier to just scoop the grass out of the basket rather than taking it off, which is a faff.

    Obviously there’s no moving air like in a rotary lawnmower to blow the grass back into the basket, so it’s best to empty it little and often to prevent a build up of grass in the blades.

    Overall, brilliant for the money and works very well as long as your lawn is flat and fairly clear of debris.

    Just to add – it doesn’t cope with really long grass so it’s best to cut quite often. If your grass is really long then it jams the blades; it can be done but you have to shove it through the long bits in short bursts on the longest cut setting, then go over it again to get an even cut. This type of mower is very good for aesthetics though, as it cuts the grass off cleanly and you don’t get those brown rip marks on top like you get with a conventional mower. To sharpen the blades, watch some youtube videos on how to do it. You’ll need a drill or similar to run the blades backwards against the trimmer bar.

    It does not cut well if the grass is damp, as the cut grass tends to jam in the blades and you end up ripping it out, and the wheels start to skid along the grass making marks. Also I’ve just gone to sharpen the blades (see above) and what a stupid design; they’ve made the end of the spindle far too thick so you can’t fit it in the end of a normal drill. SO now I can’t even sharpen the blades without paying the cost of a new one to have it done professionally. Or buy a huge drill with a 1 inch chuck which again will cost more than the mower!

    One more gripe is that although there are 4 cutting height settings, the longest one is far too long and only used when the grass has been left (you then need to go over it on a lwer setting). The shortest setting is incredibly short and you end up with nearly mud rather than grass. The 2nd shortest setting is almost perfect but just a bit too long. But there is no inbetween. They should have made the cutting heights closer together and perhaps one really long setting for when the grass is out of control

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  7. Amina

    Very poor quality lasted just a few months bought it in September and used it a total of 4 times till now and it keeps getting stuck and doesn’t work at all!

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  8. Paul Bradley

    I was after a small, light, maneuverable manual mower for an uneven misshapen small lawn however this isn’t it. This would be much better for a big square flat lawn.

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