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The cordless Einhell GE-CM 18/30 takes the chore out of mowing your lawn. There’s no outdoor mains port to consider, and it is simple to use and convenient to store.
It also includes multiple cutting settings so you can mow comfortably around obstacles, such as shrubs, garden rooms or outbuildings, and easily shape your lawn how you want to.
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This 18V cordless lawn mower from Einhell has three cutting heights (ranging between 30-70mm), giving you complete control over how long you want your grass to be.
This model is easily manoeuvrable too - you can conveniently and efficiently mow around obstacles such as shrubs and flower beds, and its wide wheels protect the lawn and ensure even edge mowing.
It’s lightweight and features an integrated carry handle for easy transportation. It also includes a long folding handle for easy storage.
The 18V 3Ah battery provided charges in two hours, and thanks to a battery capacity indicator with three LEDS, you can easily check the charge level.
Do I Need a Cordless Lawn Mower?
The primary benefit of a cordless lawn mower is that you are not limited by a wire, giving you complete flexibility of movement (this is especially useful if you don't have easy access to an external power point).
They’re also very easy to use. Once your battery is charged, simply press start and begin mowing. They don’t tend to make as much noise as corded lawn mowers either.
Cordless lawn mowers are well suited to smaller gardens, but if you have a larger garden then make sure you carefully consider the battery life of your chosen model.
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