This latest version of the long-established Hayterette offers the same unrivalled rough-grass performance as its many predecessors, but makes the most of Hayter’s recent advancements in lawn mower technology. Key to its impressive cutting-capability are its four swinging metal blades that will scythe with ease through thick, damp grass; and which work to protect the crankshaft should you strike an unseen solid object.
The Hayter Hayterette’s hand-propelled design means it’s easy to guide along intricate borders and around garden obstacles like trees, ornaments and benches. Power comes from one of Briggs & Stratton’s high-performance 650-Series four-stroke engines. Rated at an impressive 4.5hp, these ultra-reliable overhead-cam units are cheap to run; quiet in operation; and environmentally-sound. Starting is via a dependable recoil-type system.