Cobra’s new AirMOW hovering lawnmower floats like a butterfly

by | Feb 8, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

The first ever petrol hover machines in the rapidly expanding range of Cobra powered garden products has been launched with both a domestic and heavy-duty professional version.

The Cobra AirMow 51 and the AirMow 51 Pro float on cushions of air bringing a totally new freedom and manoeuvrability to cutting the lawn. They are light in weight and will reach those awkward spots in the garden ? including slopes up to a 45 degrees.

Both have a wheel kit as standard that enables the machines to be pushed easily over difficult or uneven ground. When not needed they simply click in place and can easily be removed altogether. The machines have robust ABS cutting decks. The AirMow 51 is powered by Cobra DG350 OHV engine and the AirMow 51 Pro uses a Honda GCV 160 OHV power pack.

Weighing just 17kg, the Cobra AirMow 51 has a 51cm/20? cutting width and comfort controls. The 18kg Cobra AirMow 51 Pro also has a 51cm/20? cutting width, two stage height adjustment and comfort controls.

Whilst the new hover mowers are ideal for cutting slopes and banks, extra care is essential. A useful guide within the instruction manual provides helpful direction on the best practices to adopt for safe and easy operation.

Prices start from ?299.99 for the Airmow 51 including the wheel kit system.

Both hover mowers are available from the company’s nationwide dealer network and to find your nearest stockist visit www.cobragarden.co.uk.

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