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Masport 575 AL S18 2’n1 InStart™ Self Propelled – Alloy Body

$1,199.00

Specifications

  • Chassis Material – Aluminium
  • Cutting Methods – Cut, Catch, Mulch
  • Cutting Width – 460mm (18″)
  • Cutting System – Masport Quadcut® Blade Disc System
  • Number of Blades – 4
  • Engine Make – Briggs & Stratton
  • Engine Model – OHV Series 650iS
  • Engine Capacity – 150cc
  • Power Rating (Torque) – 6.5ft/lb or 8.8Nm
  • Starting System – InStart™
  • Engine Type – 4 Stroke
  • Electric Start – Battery Type – Lithium-ion
  • Electric Start – Battery Charger Output – 12.45V, 2A
  • Drive System – Single Speed Self Propelled
  • Ground Speed – 3.99km/h
  • Catcher Type – HDPE Plastic
  • Catcher Volume – 46.5L
  • Wheel Type & Size – Front 175mm (7″) and Rear 220mm (9″)
  • Wheel Bearing Type – Adjustable Dual Ball
  • Upper Handlebar Type – Upturned with soft grip
  • Lower Handlebar Type – Reinforced
  • Handlebar Retainer – Camlocks
  • Cutting Height Range – 19mm – 56mm
  • Cutting Height Steps – 10
  • Cutting Height Adjustment – Single Point
  • Weight – 35.8kg

Description

A self propelled mower featuring Briggs & Stratton InStart™ lithium-ion electric start engine – take the guessing game out of starting your lawn mower, just push the button and start mowing.

  • Cut, Catch & Mulch
  • Powered by Briggs & Stratton 150cc OHV Series 650iS InStart™ 4 stroke engine
  • InStart™ lithium-ion electric start ignition – push the button to start mowing
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Battery charger included – output: 12.45V, 2A
  • 460mm (18″) heavy duty aluminium non rust chassis
  • Self Propelled – Ground speed 3.99km/h
  • Masport Quadcut® 4 Blade Disc System for superior catching due to increased airflow
  • Front 175mm (7″) and Rear 220mm (9″) adjustable dual bearing wheels
  • Comfortable upturned upper handle with soft grip
  • Reinforced lower handle for added strength
  • Camlocks for quick release handle fold down
  • HDPE Plastic Catcher

5 Year Domestic Warranty

 

Please note: Video has a different motor to what is on this mower.. but it gives you an idea on how the instart system works 🙂