Flymo Multimo 340XC Reviews
Product Type: Flymo Lawn Mower
Description:Model ID FLMultimo340XC / Manufacturer: Flymo / Type: Electric / Type: Rotary
Newest Review: ... so I craftily waited for the Bank Holiday sale at B&Q and bought myself a Flymo Multimo 340XC for £79.99. It was light ... more
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Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
Customer Flymo Multimo 340XC Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/02/12 (Somewhat useful, 50 readings)
To say that I hate gardening is an understatement! For five years I had a love hate relationship with my temperamental petrol driven lawn mower. The main issues I had with the petrol mower was that it was heavy, wouldn't always start, the grass was always clogging up in the cutters and needed an expensive pampering session every year (servicing). Last Spring I couldn't face the battle with the 'beast' any longer so I craftily waited for the Bank Holiday sale at B&Q and bought myself a Flymo Multimo 340XC for £79.99. It was light enough for me to carry to the car even though it came in a huge box. After plugging in my new 'friend' I realised what I had been missing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/10, updated on 18/09/11 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I bought this lawn mower around a year and a half ago, it cost £99 (or thereabouts) and came with a free strimmer, which I didn't think was such a bad price. I have sometimes gone for cheaper models but they haven't always lasted too long and they weren't too much cheaper (if you factor in the strimmer, anyway!), so I figured that this was a pretty good buy. Being Flymo, I was confident that this would work well, and last a decent amount of time. It comes in a huge box, and in various pieces. I remember that I found the manual a little difficult to understand, luckily a friend turned up and offered to give me a hand! We worked it out and began putting the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10, updated on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 317 readings)
Two years ago I bought a JCB lawn mower. It was one of those that 'hover' over the grass and supposedly require very little persuasion to move. It was a nightmare from the moment I bought it though. It was too heavy too push and would choke up after running over about a metre of ground. The grass compartment was too heavy and awkward to lift and it wouldn't reconnect easily. Well, when the sun came out this summer I decided I'd had enough of gardening day tortures and ditched the JCB model for a different machine. I opted for the Flymo Multimo 340XC because it was a mid-priced machine in the store. The machine comes in a large box but it's not heavy to lift ... Read the complete review
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