The Mountfield Empress 41 Roller Li (Kit) Cordless Lawn Mower is one with a rear roller for the stripes on the lawn and a cordless motor. It is powered by 48V STIGA E-power batteries and a 1500W brushless motor. With a 41cm cutting width and five cutting heights to choose from, you will be surprised how easy it is to achieve such a fantastic finish to your lawn.
- Powered by Stiga E-POWER 48V Lithium-ion batteries
- Rear-roller for a striped finish
- 41cm cutting width
- 55-litre grass collector
- 1 x 2Ah & 1x 4ah battery & dual charger included
Ready to Mow – for just £10 Masseys will assemble your lawn mower so it is ready to go.
Also available – Mountfield Empress 46 Roller Li (Kit) Cordless Lawn Mower (48v)
The Mountfield Empress 41 Roller Li mower is new to Mountfield’s range for 2022 and offers a cleaner, quieter alternative to a similar petrol roller model. Powered by STIGA E-power Lithium-Ion batteries (2Ah & 4Ah) and a 1500W brushless motor there is plenty of power to drive the rear roller, blades, and self-drive function to cut the lawn with ease and produce that quintessential striped look.
The Mountfield Empress 41 Roller Li model has a fixed forward speed of 3.7km/h and offers a 41cm cutting width. Other features include centralised cutting height adjustment and 5 different cutting height positions ranging from 20 – 70mm along with a robust steel chassis making this mower reliable and durable and ready to tackle medium sized gardens with ease.
Clippings are blown into the ample 55-litre grass collector which also features a handy bag full indicator. What’s more, they are virtually maintenance free with no messy petrol oil of fiddly spark plugs to replace. Just simply charge-up the batteries and mow.
Batteries and chargers are included so you have everything you need to starting mowing
We are confident that you will love this mower and have included a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty.
|Cutting height adjustment
|Cutting height positions
|Cutting height range
|20 – 70 mm
|4 Ah + 2 Ah
|Lithium battery nominal energy
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