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Husqvarna LC137i Battery Lawnmower


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Has anyone got any experience of this particular machine?


It’s for me, purely to do my little lawn out the back of my house. Can get it for a reasonable price including the battery and charger from Jonsies, with maybe a little wait for delivery which I can handle.

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I have the self propelled version of this and it’s a really good bit of kit. Collects really well and is good on battery life. I only have a small garden with lots of steps and it’s ideal as it’s so light.

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Run timess stated look good  esp for the larger battteries. Being  dissapointed with my makita battery strimmer, it works fine but only runs15 mins at most with 2 5amp batteries.


What size lecky motor is in that mower?


I'd want to know that so I could have a rough idea of how much power it has V a petrol one?


I'd think the self propelled will use batteries alot faster?


Price of petrol atm getting more batteries stuff seems a good idea. Also no hassle with E5 E10 fuel etc.






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Have you got any husky battery tools already? Might be worth buying the mower bare, then a better battery and charger, more future proof?

You could run chainsaw/strimmer/blower/hedgecutter/polesaw etc

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500w seems abit  low for a  mower?


Honda GCV160 is 3.3kw and still struggles sometimes if grass is abit long etc?


Might  have to cut lawns twice as often I guess?








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I have the 141, it's an excellent piece of kit. It replaced a petrol Honda Izzy. I went for the driven option, but that was not needed as it is so light. Battery life is good with a Bli20. Takes me about 20 minutes to do front and back, with still a third of battery left. It will do quite heavy scrubby stuff if you take it easy and keep the cutting height high. Battery is common with a combined pole saw hedge trimmer package I also have.

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