Product Type: Flymo Lawn Mower
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Flymo Turbo Lite 330
Member Name: benclark88
Flymo Turbo Lite 330
Advantages: Light and cuts wells
Disadvantages: Can't handle long grass
It is always difficult choosing items such as a lawnmower these days due to the fact that there are so many on the market. For me I just wanted something that was reliable and safe and capable of cutting the small patch of grass I own on a regular basis.
After a long search through ratings I ended up going for the Flymo Turbo Lite 330 purely because other owners had rated it highly and commented on its longevity. I had never heard of Flymo but they specialise in machinery and have a vast range of different lawnmowers.
The lawnmower is electric powered and has around 20 metres of cable (perfect for my small garden). I simply plug the cable into a socket. To get it going I pull in one of the levers on the handle and whilst held down I push a button in the centre of the handle. This gets the blade going and makes the whole mower lighter and easy to move round the garden.
The blade underneath the mower chops away with great power and ease (1150 watts). I have had a couple of problems when the grass is extremely long where the mower has become jammed. In these instances I simply release the lever and the blade becomes motionless. I can then safely dislodge the grass and continue on my mowing. The blade is plastic but I am yet to experience any damage even though I have accidently run over large twigs and stones
What really impressed me was the noise of the machine. It is very quiet so I have no worries about mowing early whilst my neighbors slumber.
I paid £59.99 for the machine and it serves its purpose well. Although it struggles with long grass it has made over 30 mows already and has no signs of letting up.
Summary: A good reliable mower