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Mountfield HP164 39cm 100cc Hand-Propelled Rotary Petrol Lawn Mower (46936)

Easy-start engine with standard recoil rope system. 3-height adjusters offer 5 pre-set cutting positions. Mower can be used without collector to leave cuttings. Suitable for lawns up to 400m².

  • 100cc 4-Stroke Mountfield Engine
  • 5 Cutting Heights (25-70mm)
  • 39cm Cutting Width
  • 40Ltr Grass Collector
  • Polypropylene Deck
  • Steel Blade
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)

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£149.99INC VAT

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Mountfield HP164 39cm 100cc Hand-Propelled Rotary Petrol Lawn Mower is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 130.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value My electric mower died after a relatively short life. Previously, my parents had always owned petrol mowers, which had lasted for years, and having bought a house with a less than exemplary lawn, I decided to revert to a machine with more muscle. As virtually everything seems to be self-assembly these days, apart from checking that all the bits were supplied, I put it together pretty quickly. The old motor mowers had a throttle which allowed the machines to idle, so getting used to the 'dead-mans' automatic cut out took a few minutes, but was easily compensated by the one pull on the rip-cord start. The minor criticisms that I had read before buying, concerned oil and petrol filling, to which I found simple solutions. For the oil, I bought a long spout watering 'can' from my local pound store, the type used for watering potted plants and window boxes. I also bought a small measuring jug for the oil, to save guessing. I found no difficulty in filling the petrol using a normal petrol container with a flex-spout. Living next to a wood, the lawn is liberally peppered with assorted, thick stemmed, vegetation, which the machine deals with, with no obvious stress. Definitely money well spent.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good budget Lawnmower This mower replaced my ancient Briggs & Stratton. This one is very light and thus easy to move around a small garden. The body being plastic doesn't really impact on performance. I've used it a number of times and has always started on first pull. The noise it make is a little odd but that is because I am used to a B&S. Performance is pretty good. The grass box is adequate and the cut is OK though it does miss some bits. Overall please with it. Not sure it will last the 20+ years my old B&S did though!
Date published: 2017-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little petrol mower Bought for my wife and she assembled it herself and loves it. Perfect for a small fiddly lawn being self propelled. Easy starter and leaves a nice cut.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't buy this Lawnmower Poorly designed oil filler, impossible to get at without a very long spouted oil can, which most people won't have. This spoils the whole experience. I definitely don't recommend this mower. Shame, as I thought Mountfield were the benchmark in design.
Date published: 2017-05-06
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Thick turf

Will this mower be able to cope with thick grass or do I need a more powerful mower?
Asked by: irishjamie

hoe do you top up oil without tillting thr mower

Asked by: donthaveonewhy
A small watering can, the type you use for watering the indoor plants is ideal as it has a thin slender neck on it allowing a nice controlled (and non messy) way of pouring oil into those small tricky filler pipes.
Answered by: Spectre
Date published: 2017-05-31

Does the Mountfield HP164 have a Briggs & Stratton engine?

Asked by: Shozzer
No
Answered by: Crazypete
Date published: 2017-05-27

Does this mower work well on slopes?

My lawns are all on slopes which my current mower hates - the fuel doesn't seem to flow properly unless it's on flat ground. Can this machine cope with permanently working on inclines?
Asked by: KevM
The manual recommends that it should not be used on side slopes of more than 20 degrees
Answered by: Crazypete
Date published: 2017-03-10

What type of oil is required for this mower

Asked by: P1964
You need 4 stroke engine oil, SAE 30 or 10W-30. Screwfix sell 1 litre of No Nonsense engine oil for £3.99, product code 96875, which is the proper spec and good value. The mower takes just under half the bottle.
Answered by: BodgerDad
Date published: 2017-06-20
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Specification
Brand Mountfield
Cutting Blade Size 39 cm
Cutting Blade Type Steel Blade
Cutting Height Range 25-70 mm
Cutting Width 39 cm
Engine Size (cc) 100 cc
Fuel Type Garden Power Petrol
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Model No HP164
Mower Collection Capacity 40 Ltr
Mower Propulsion Type Hand-Propelled
Mower Type Rotary
No. of Engine Strokes 4-Stroke
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Petrol Lawn Mower
Sound Pressure Level 95 dBA
Tank Capacity 0.85 Ltr
Total Product Weight 19.5 kg

Fuel tank: 0.85Ltr. 40Ltr grass collector. Sound level: 95dBA. Weight: 19.5kg.

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