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The COBRA M46SPC 18″ Petrol Lawnmower is a robust entry-level machine for reliable maintenance of medium-sized areas of grass, and is ideal for domestic users who are looking for a basic machine for their garden. With four standard wheels, this machine is highly manoeuvrable in all areas of the garden. A large 60 litre fabric grassbox with specialised airflow design means that you can cut for longer before having to stop and empty it of grass clippings.
The M46SPC is self-propelled, so you won’t have to worry about pushing it around the garden, and the steel deck ensures lasting durability against bumps and impacts. The COBRA DG450 engine is robust and powerful, offering quiet operation without sacrificing performance in all applications. The height of this machine can be easily adjusted through the use of a single-lever height-of-cut system, allowing you to cut the grass as low as 17 mm, or as high as 75 mm, and anywhere in between.
When the job is done, the M46SPC can easily be put away with the aid of foldable handlebars which drastically reduce the dimensions of the machine, and the grassbox can also be detached and placed on top for more compact storage within a garage or garden shed.
- Cutting Width – 46 cm / 18″
- Height of Cut – 17-75 mm (10 Settings)
- Engine – COBRA DG450 OHV
- Speed – 2 mph
- Max Operating Area – 600 m²
- Grassbox Capacity – 60 Litre
- Weight – 27 kg
- Warranty – 2 Years
Established in 2013, COBRA is a Chinese company offering an incredibly wide range of entry-level garden machinery products to both domestic and professional users. Backed by Henton and Chattell Ltd, one of the oldest and largest machinery distributors in the UK, COBRA are privy to more than 85 years of experience in the garden machinery and horticultural industry.
COBRA boasts an impressive range of lawnmowers, brushcutters, hedgetrimmers, chainsaws and more. Many of the machines within these product ranges are powered by electric motors or lithium-ion batteries, in addition to the standard petrol variant.