Flymo introduces a Mighti new way to mow your lawn

by | Feb 23, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

The UK?s leading lawnmower brand, Flymo, has announced the launch of its first ever Lithium Ion battery mower, which will be available in stores and online from the start of 2017.

Lightweight, compact and quiet, with the capacity to effortlessly mow a lawn up to the size of a tennis court on a single charge, the Mighti-Mo 300 Li is a surprisingly powerful wheeled lawnmower that uses a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery.

Anne Smith, brand manager for Flymo, said: ?We are incredibly excited to introduce the Mighti-Mo to the UK and are very proud of its capabilities. Battery power is seen as the future of gardening, making tasks such as mowing the lawn effortless without compromising on performance.?

With the option of five different cutting heights, ranging from 25-65mm and easily changeable by a single lever adjustment, this mower is great for those looking for a fuss-free, easy to use and lightweight piece of gardening equipment. It also includes a safety key, which needs to be inserted to enable the mower ? ideal for families with children.

Customers will be able to enjoy the freedom of cordless mowing ? no more battling with extension cables ? and once finished, the Mighti-Mo can be neatly folded away and stored, truly highlighting the brand?s ?Easier by Design? ethos.

The benefits of battery powered products are ever increasing. Smith continued: ?The Flymo product and design team have ensured that our battery powered mower boasts zero emissions and contains a large 30 litre grass box, as well as a handle to carry for easy transportation and it looks mighty impressive.?

Perfect for eco-conscious gardeners and those seeking a mower that ensures minimal fuss.

The Flymo Mighti-Mo (SSP ?199) will be available from January 2017 ? for stockist information, please visit

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