Freedom to grow and garden with the 500 series.
The aim of the Mountfield team is to offer a cleaner and easier way to mow and garden. The freedom 500 range of products offers the perfect compatible battery solution with five battery powered mowers with cutting widths ranging from 34cm-46cm and seven hand tools: grass trimmer, brush cutter, hedge trimmer, blower, chainsaw, long reach hedger and long reach pole pruner. These products are lightweight, ergonomic and extremely versatile.
EMPRESS Cordless Roller Mowers
If you are looking for lawn stripe perfection then look no further than the two Empress roller mowers offered by Mountfield. Both of the models are powered by 48V STIGA ePower batteries and a 1500W brushless motor, these machines offer all the power of petrol but with none of the hassle!
If you are looking for a cleaner, quieter machine with plenty of oomph and capable of producing that quintessential striped look to your lawn….then Empress really is your temptress!
MTR 50 Li Cordless grass trimmer / brush cutter
With a maximum running time of up to 20 minutes on a single charge, the MTR 50 Li is the creme de la creme when is comes to battery-powered grass trimming. It is lightweight and efficient with an ample 200W motor and electronic control panel making this trimmer easy to operate and comfortable to use.
In fact this grass trimmer is so good, it was awarded THE BEST OVERALL STRIMMER for 2022 in a national newspaper!
The Mountfield freedom 500 battery powered range of garden tools and mowers are powered by STIGA ePower48V Lithium-Ion batteries with high performance cells. These smart batteries recognise the tool/mower they are fitted to and adapt the power to suit. All batteries are interchangeable with other products in the range…now how easy is that!!
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