With four cutting options – collection; rear-discharge; side-discharge; mulching – the versatile Stiga Combi 48 SEB is just as effective on unkempt rough-grass areas as it is on neat, well manicured lawns. Power for the blade and single-speed transmission is delivered by a 150cc Briggs & Stratton 575iS-Series engine that features an aluminium cylinder sleeve, dual ball-bearings and a flat paper-type air-filter; all of which work to maximise engine life. 575iS-Series engines utilise B & S’s overhead-valve technology for low fuel-costs and quiet, low-emission performance; and they’re fitted with Briggs’ cutting-edge InStart lithium-ion electric starter that eliminates all stress and hassle from the ignition-process. The Stiga Combi 48 SEB Self-Propelled Lawnmower runs on ball-bearing wheels, which not only guarantee a smooth ride on bumpy ground, but also offer far greater longevity than cheaper bush-mounted wheels. Its roomy 60-litre grass-collector is made from fabric, which allows air to escape so as to ensure it gets fully packed; while its five-stage height-of-cut (27 – 80mm) is controlled using just one lever for fast, hassle-free selection of your preferred blade position. With its 46cm cutting-with and power-drive, this model is aimed at medium-sized lawns with slopes and/or areas of bumpy ground. A heavy-duty steel chassis ensures any accidental impact will be easily absorbed; while a fold-down handlebar – with comfortable soft grip -means you’ll be able to find a storage-space in a cluttered shed.