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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Cobra range expands

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Spring 2014 saw the launch of Cobra, a range of garden equipment designed specifically to meet the needs of UK gardens.

Cobra is the largest single range of domestic lawnmowers and powered garden equipment to be announced in recent times. Now, just months after the range was launched, the range of products from the brand is already expanding.

The extensive range consists of over 70 products including both electric and petrol mowers, as well as brushcutters, hedgetrimmers, chainsaws, blowers, cultivators, scarifiers, a pole pruner and a 5-in-1 multi-tool.

To add to this product mix, Cobra has now launched a brand new 16” petrol rear roller mower that is available with four options including as a self-propelled model with a 125cc Briggs and Stratton 450E Series engine, or as an electric start model with a retail price of just £399.99.

The 16” model boasts a 50 litre grass bag capacity as well as Cobra’s unique seven step height adjustment that lets you increase the cut-height in 10mm intervals from 25mm to 75mm, to provide the perfect finish. Not only this but its rear roller allows you to mow right up to flowerbeds and borders.

Cobra products are available exclusively from Henton and Chattell’s network of over 1500 dealers nationwide. For more information, and to find your nearest dealer, please visit www.cobragarden.co.uk.

 

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