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Hayter Harrier 41

From £ 625.00

Harrier 41 Autodrive ES VS Small and powerful - a popular choice The Harrier 41 is one of our most popular models. Small and powerful, this maneuverab...

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“Hayter Hunter 41”

published 16/07/2001

ProLong lasting, easy to start

Cons a bit narrow for the larger garden

I have had my Hayter Hunter 41 for 14 years now. It is still available and of course there are various derivative models available so what I write will apply to them also. I am lucky to have a large garden. The garden is not necessarily lucky to have me. I am not the worlds greatest gardener and...

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Satisfactory

ProStarts easily.

ConsHeavy; awkward to handle; poor grass collection

I had previously owned a much older model of petrol-engined Hayter and had had no complaints at all about it. Having upgraded to the Harrier 412, I wish I had not wasted my money. The first thing we noticed was how heavy it is and how difficult it is to manoeuvre. Given that my wife likes to mow...

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Satisfactory

ProEasy start

ConsPoor grass pickup in the damp. Can be awkward

Nice looking mower but let down by having poor ergonomics- the fold down handle is difficult to stow away as it catches on the engine and is difficult to pull up again as then it's trying to turn the motor over as the starter cord is stretched. The grass bag won't hold its full capacity, and...

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Excellent

published 05/04/2008

I bought my Hayter Harrier 41 self propelled mower in 1992, and, in 2008, its still going strong. Hayter spares are EXPENSIVE, like the foam air filter I bought in 1996 at a cost of £12!! Rip off. But, careful cleaning every year will mean you can keep the filter forever. It starts first time every time and gets an oil change every year too. Still on the same plug though! The only problems I have had is the drive cable breaking twice ( easy repair) and the grass box, although it works, has seen better days. It cuts the grass beautifully, just keep the blade sharpened every year, no need to buy a new one yet. Best mowers available, buy one.

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“Hayter Harrier 41”

published 04/07/2007

ProEasy to use, reliable

ConsHeavy

As we have a large garden we chose this traditional model and in the 3 years we have had it we have found it reliable, easy to use but somewhat heavy. Starting this mower is easy - either by electric start or by hand crank toggle. You can adjust the speed of the rotor by use of the accelerator...

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Harrier 41 Autodrive ES VS Small and powerful - a popular choice The Harrier 41 is one of our most popular models. Small and powerful, this maneuverable 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 - Aluminium deck for durability and long life - Rear ribbed roller provides classic stripes and allows you to cut over the edge of the lawn - Grassbag can be lifted through the handlebars for easy emptying - Front fins fitted to the deck improve the quality of cut and grass collection - Built using Briggs & Stratton Series 650 engine for guaranteed power and performance - Seven height of cut settings between 13-60mm, controlled by a single counter-balanced lever for easy adjustment - OPC (Operator Presence Control) for safe operation - Fitted with the unique cutterblade friction disc, with a lifetime guarantee against engine crankshaft bending should you accidentally hit a solid object - This autodrive model provide effortless forward drive for easy mowing - High impact polymer under deck lining for improved performance and reduced noise levels - Variable forward speed is adjustable between 1.5 -3.0mph to suit the operator and grass conditions Lawn Type: Striped Lawn Cutting Width: 410mm Cutting Height: 13 - 60mm Cutting System: Metal Blade Grassbag Capacity: 53.0 litres Machine Size (WxLxH): 460 x 1400 x 1035 mm Net Weight: 39.5kg Method of Starting: Pull Start and Electric Start Working Angle: 20 Forward speed: 1.5 - 3.0Mph Drive system: Autodrive Variable Speed Engine model: Briggs and Stratton Series 650 Engine cc: 190 Fuel Tank Capacity: 1.5L

Product Details

EAN: 5015704412016, 5015704412047, 5015704411019, 5015704412054, 5015704305189, 5015704413037, 5015704410012, 5015704413051, 5015704413075

Manufacturer: Hayter

Type: Lawnmower walk behind, Walk behind mower, Lawnmower

Mowing System: Rotary, Metal blade

Mulching: No

Cutting Width in cm: 41

Power Supply: Petrol, Petrol 4 Stroke

Wheel Drive: with Wheel Drive, without Wheel Drive

Ejection Position: Rear

Electric Start: with Electric Start, without Electric Start

Horse Power: 4.5

Grass Collection Bin: Back

Blade Width in cm: 40 - 44 cm

Blade Length in cm: 41

Long Name: Harrier 41 Electric Rotary, Harrier 41 Petrol Electric Start Self Propelled Rotary, Harrier 41 Petrol Rotary, Harrier 41 Petrol Self Propelled Rotary

Group Name: Powered Lawnmower

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