Allett Push Cylinder Mowers on The Market

Push mowers are extremely environmentally friendly; there's no fuel to worry about at all .They require a little more push power than self-propelled mowers but the exercise will help keep you fit and they are generally lightweight machines so very easy to manoeuvre around the garden.

At Allett we have just the one option available as a push mower; the Allett Liberty 30 (Battery). This is a great entry level mower for keen gardeners looking to get into cylinder mowing. Lets take a look......


Liberty 30- 12'' Battery Mower

The Liberty 30 is our entry-level 'push' battery mower with a 12'' cut. The benefit of the Liberty 30 is that it is cordless meaning there is no need to drag a cable around the lawn. This offers a great mowing experience. The mower is also push button start so no pulling of a cord.



Ideal for lawns up to 75m2 the mower is fitted with a 5 blade cutting cylinder offering variable cuts per metre and also takes a Scarifier cartridge which can be changed over in approximately 3 minutes.

The Liberty 30 is fitted with a 40V 4Ah removable Greenworks battery. Mowing distance on one charge is approximately 400m² per full battery charge or 40 minutes. There is now also a 6Ah battery available from Greenworks for extra mowing time. Charge time is approximately 1hr 45.

The height of cut on the Liberty 30 is changed with a dial with 6 pre-set heights including S for Scarifying.

Batteries can be put into other Greenworks tools such as leaf blowers, chainsaws and long reach saws etc

The pre-set heights are as follows;









The handlebars have 2 height positions plus folding for storage and transport (wing nuts). The rear roller is steel with rolled edges. The front roller is made out of polyethylene and can be swapped for auxiliary wheels for cutting overgrown grass. The Liberty 30 polypropylene grass box is easy to empty and lightweight at 32 litres.

Weight: 23.0kg (without battery)

Two year parts and labour warranty


Take a look at our LIBERTY 30 video here

Find more information here on the Liberty 30

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