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Harrier 41 series

Product name Price Buy option
Harrier 41 Push £559.00
Harrier 41 Autodrive VS £689.00
Harrier 41 Autodrive ES VS £789.00

Small, solid and powerful - a popular choice

The Harrier 41 is one of our most popular models. Small and powerful, this manoeuvrable petrol powered lawnmower is a joy to use in a small to medium garden. Precision cutting and classic stripes can be achieved with ease. A choice of models are available, each providing many exciting features to give you real assistance in the garden.


Features And Benefits

  • Ribbed rear roller provides classic stripes and allows you to cut over the edge of the lawn
  • Aluminium deck for durability and long life
  • Briggs & Stratton 650 Ex SeriesTM EcoPlusTM engine provides guaranteed power and performance. Ease of starting is assured with ReadyStart® - no need to prime
  • Impact resistant polymer underdeck lining for improved performance and quieter operation
  • Fitted with the unique cutterblade friction disc, with a lifetime guarantee against engine crankshaft bending should you accidentally hit a solid object
  • Fabric grassbag can be lifted through the handlebars for easy emptying
  • Seven height-of-cut settings between 13-60mm, controlled by a single counter-balanced lever for quick adjustment
  • OPC (Operator Presence Control) for safe operation
  • Complete peace of mind 5 Year Warranty*
  • Can be used without grassbag as a rear-discharge mower

Warranty

Homeowner
5 years
Commercial
90 days

Machine size and weight

Width
460 mm
Length
1400 mm
Height
1035 mm
Net weight
35 kg

Height of cut

Minimum
13 mm
Maximum
60 mm

General spec

Crank shaft protection
Friction disc
Cut width
410 mm
Cutting system
Metal blade
Drive system
Push
Handle
Two piece folding
Engine start type
Pull start
Fuel tank capacity
1.0 litre
Speed min
N/A
Speed max
N/A
Working angle
20°
Grass bag capacity
53 litres
Engine model
650 Ex Series™ Ecoplus™ with Readystart®
Engine CC
190
Stripes
Yes
Lawn type
Striped, Fine and informal

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