Allett have been producing cylinder mowers for more than 50 years and until now, their mowers have traditionally been powered by petrol, with some products also available as electric models.
The company has now launched lithium-ion models to its range with its Liberty battery powered mowers.
Discussing the new additions, managing director of Allett Lawnmowers, Austin Jarrett said, “At Allett we are incredibly proud of our roots and the tradition associated with our lawnmowers, however that needn’t mean we don’t evolve our offering.
"Battery powered products have significant benefits - not just for the environment but also for users. They are incredibly convenient and offer significant power without compromising on the cut quality that our machines are famed for.”
Available in three different sizes, 30cm, 35cm and 43cm, the Liberty mowers combine the classic 5 or 6 blade cartridge cylinder system with modern lithium-ion technology. The self-propelled mowers are described as being suitable for all small to medium-sized gardens and all feature a rear roller for striping.
The Liberty 30 push mower is the entry level option for small to medium gardens featuring six speed options. A fully charged battery allows for up to 400m² of lawn to be mowed.
Also suited for small to medium gardens, but offering more features, is the mid-range Liberty 35. Powered by a 40V Lithium-Ion battery, it is a 14″ self-propelled cylinder mower equipped with a five-bladed cutting cylinder. This mower is capable of delivering 88 cuts per metre.
The final mower is the Liberty 43 which is the top of the range model. With a self-propelled feature, steel front roller and double section rear roller with geared differential it also benefits from a 62 litre grass box collection.