Standing head and shoulders above other machines in its price-bracket, the UK-designed Webb WER18HW ‘Supreme’ packs-in the premium features, including large, manoeuvrability-enhancing drive-wheels; smooth-running and durable bearing-mounted wheels; and a handy deck-wash port. Its four-in-one capability (collection; side/rear-discharge; mulching) means it can be set-up to handle whatever conditions you’re faced with; while its substantial 46cm width-of-cut and large 60-litre-capacity grass-catcher combine to ensure excellent productivity. Power comes from a high-performance Briggs & Stratton OHV engine.
Get mowing the hassle-free way and cover a medium/large lawn quickly and efficiently with this new 46cm electric-start model from Webb’s ‘Classic’ line of high-quality but affordable petrol rotary-mowers! You’ll enjoy powerful performance from a 140cc Sanli OHV engine; low-effort operation, thanks to rear-wheel self-propulsion; and excellent versatility through Webb’s provision of two cutting-modes. The WER460SPES is a steel-decked machine and comes with a 60-litre catcher.
Built around an extra-robust ABS cutter-deck and equipped with a rear-mounted roller, the fantastically well-crafted Webb WERR17P will appeal to gardeners who value durability and appreciate a traditional striped finish. It’s able to either collect, rear-discharge or mulch, so it’s well-equipped to cope with typically changeable British conditions; and it employs top-end Briggs & Stratton power, so you can be sure of superior performance and unwavering reliability. Suitable for the small- to medium-sized lawn, this push-type model is supplied with a 55-litre catcher and has a 43cm working-width.
Equipped with a rear-mounted roller and constructed around a hardwearing ABS cutter-deck, this superbly well-engineered machine from leading UK brand Webb will appeal to gardeners who appreciate a classic striped finish and rugged build-quality. It employs top-end Briggs & Stratton power, so you can be sure of superior performance and unwavering reliability; and it’s able to either mulch, rear-discharge or collect, so it’s ideally placed to handle typically variable British conditions. The self-propelled Webb WERR17SP ‘Supreme’ has a 43cm width-of-cut and is supplied with a 55-litre catcher; a combination that makes it suitable for medium- to large-scale domestic use.