Cobra lends a helping hand

by | Oct 11, 2016 | Products | 0 comments


In an age of technology and constant developments one brand has gone back to its roots. Cobra, which produces gardening equipment across the whole sector, has introduced a traditional hand mower to its range.

The Cobra range already consists of over 50 mowers offering something for everyone and every garden with petrol, electric and lithium-ion mowers in its portfolio, and cutting widths ranging from 13? to 22? across rear rollers, self-propelled options and professional models. It can now add hand mowers to that extensive list!

The HM38C is lightweight, environmentally friendly, and incredibly easy to use ? there?s no setting it up, just mow and go!

It is 15? wide so is ideal for cutting small to medium sized lawns and, as its a cylinder lawnmower, it gives a sharper cut to leave a perfect striped finish and a green lawn for longer. It also features a four stage cut of height adjustment ranging from 13mm to 38mm, and a simple blade adjustment setting.

The HM38C costs ?49.99 (RRP including VAT).

For more information about the Cobra HM38C hand mower, and to find your nearest dealer, please visit

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