Last chance Black Friday lawn mower deals

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by Natalie Knowles |
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If you're after a new lawn mower, you've come to the right place as we've rounded up the best deals on lawn mowers available right now in the Black Friday sales. We're all for cutting prices – not corners – and major retailers, such as Amazon, B&Q and Argos offer sensational savings at this time of the year. Whether you're looking for an electric, petrol, cordless, ride-on, or a robot model, we have comprehensive guides on the best lawn mowers to suit your lawn size and terrain.

Large purchases, such as pressure washers and lawn mowers, need some research to ensure you're buying the right machine for your needs. Manual push-along cylinder mowers may evoke thoughts of leisurely British summers, but they're not the fastest or most convenient choice if you have a large lawn. On the other hand, with a robot lawn mower, you can kick back and relax while it takes care of the job, but these cutting-edge machines tend to be expensive.

Black Friday 2023 lawn mower deals:

Amazon UK: Today's deals

Very: Black Friday offers on lawn mowers

Argos: Save on gardening and DIY

B&Q: Black Friday Deals

FFX: Black Friday sale on power tools

Currys: Save up to 40% on garden equipment

Homebase: Big savings on garden tools and machinery

Just Lawnmowers: Products with offers

It pays to take advantage of sales season. There are last chance Black Friday lawn mower deals. Even if you end up buying a new mower in the depths of winter, it's worth it for the savings... and you'll be ready to roll when spring arrives. We're keeping this page updated with all the best lawn mower deals for Black Friday – bookmark this page to stay on top of the best lawn mower savings.

Black Friday was officially on the 24 November but there are still bargain deals to be had. But hurry, as retailers are coming to the end of their Black Friday sales.

We've rounded up the best deals on lawn mowers, even ride-on lawn mowers can be purchased with a hefty discount. Alternatively, make an environmentally-friendly choice and opt for a battery-powered cordless lawn mower and help reduce petrol emissions. For more factors to consider when buying a new lawn mower, scroll to the FAQs below.

Best last chance Black Friday deals on lawn mowers

Top Webb lawn mower deal

Save £111

Webb Supreme 46cm Self Propelled Petrol Rotary Lawnmower
Price: £288.99 (was £399.99)


Get £111 off this high quality self-propelled petrol lawn mower with a 140cc Briggs & Stratton

Best corded lawn mower deal

23% off

Bosch Rotak 32R Electric Rotary Lawnmower
Price: £82.79 (was £108)
Alternative retailers
Currys£100.00View offer


23% off this hugely popular Amazon's Choice lawn mower – an ideal corded mower for small and

Best Stihl lawn mower deal

Save £50

Stihl RME 339 Electric Lawn Mower
Price: £199 (was £236)


A great entry level electric lawn mower with a 37cm cutting width and five cutting heights.

Save £54

Flymo 36V EasiStore 380R KIT 2.0
Price: £315.99 (was £369.99)


Save £54 on a powerful cordless lawn mower that has a neat space-saving design.

25% off

Bosch Lawnmower AdvancedRotak 750

Rrp: £291.00

Price: £218.53


Black Friday Deal on this powerful Bosch lawn mower, with a 44cm cutting width it's ideal for

Best lawn mower for everyday use

12% off

Yard Force GR40 Range 40V 34cm Cordless Lawnmower

Rrp: £249.99

Price: £219.99
Alternative retailers
Homebase£220.00View offer
Robert Dyas£249.99View offer


16% off this practical cordless lawn mower and battery charger. With 34cm cutting width and a 35

Best hover mower deal

On Sale

Flymo Hover Vac

Rrp: £89.99

Price: £79.99


Now on sale, this compact and lightweight hover mower has a powerful 1400W motor that can tackle

Best petrol lawn mower deal

Save £99

Hawksmoor 166cc 53cm Honda Self Propelled Petrol Lawnmower
Price: £399.98 (was £498.98)


£99 off this heavy-duty petrol-powered Hawksmoor lawn mower. This model features a 62 litre hybrid

Big savings on a robot lawn mower

Save £50

LawnMaster VBRM16 OcuMow™ MX 24V Drop and Mow Robotic Lawnmower
Price: £299.99 (was £349.99)


Save £50 on this super convenient robot lawn mower that makes short work of the grass for you.

Best petrol lawn mower deal

On Sale

Yard Force 41cm Self-Propelled Petrol Lawnmower
Price: £249.99 (was £299.99)


Save £50 on this powerful mower with a 125CC Briggs and Stratton 300E Engine.

Best medium cordless lawn mower

On Sale

Flymo SimpliStore 340 Li 34cm Cordless Rotary Lawnmower
Price: £238 (was £280)


Save £42 on this cordless Flymo lawn mower with a 35 litre grass box, twin charger and batteries

Lawn mower and trimmer deal

Save £40

Powerbase 20V Cordless Lawn Mower and Trimmer Twin Pack
Price: £99 (was £139)


Save £40 on this cordless lawn mower and trimmer, with battery and charger included.

Best saving on a cordless lawn mower

Save £40

Yard Force 40V 32cm Cordless Lawnmower
Price: £159.99 (£199.99)


Save £40 on this handy cordless lawn mower and cordless grass trimmer.

Best ride-on lawn mower deal

Save £631

Honda HF 2317 HME Lawn Tractor
Price: £3,999 (RRP £4,630)


Now on sale the Honda HF 2317 HME Lawn Tractor offers responsive and easy manoeuvrability thanks

Save £30

Hawksmoor 144cc 46cm Petrol Lawnmower
Price: £199.98 (was £229.98)


Save £30 on this powerful petrol lawn mower, powered by a 144cc 4-stroke engine, with a 55 litre


What types of lawn mower are there?

Common lawn mower types include push cylinder mowers, electric mowers (corded and cordless), petrol mowers, self-propelled mowers, and robotic lawn mowers. Each type is suited to different lawn sizes and requirements.

What should I consider when buying a budget lawn mower?

If your budget is limited but you want a well-kept garden, there are some essential factors to consider before buying a lawn mower.

Cutting width: refers to the blade's width and the area it can cover in one pass. Generally, lawn mowers have cutting widths ranging from 30–36cm. This is ideal for small to medium-sized gardens. If you have a garden with narrow areas, consider a narrow cutting width to ensure you can manoeuvre around obstacles. If you have a larger garden, opt for a wider cutting width to make the job quicker; but you can still achieve good results with a smaller mower.

Cutting height: Seek out a lawn mower that has a variety of cutting heights, usually within the range of 3 to 5cm. When dealing with overgrown grass, consider a mower with a higher maximum cutting height, around 70mm, to prevent overwhelming the mower. If your grass grows quite tall, opt for a mower that can handle longer grass. It's crucial to adjust the cutting height according to the length of the grass. Also, avoiding cutting too short too quickly, which can harm your lawn.

User-friendly: Regardless of your budget, make sure to prioritise a convenient and comfortable lawnmower. Go for a lightweight mower that's effortless to manoeuvre. Electric mowers are generally lighter than petrol mowers, making them easier to push, and are widely available. Also, check for mowers with adjustable handlebars so you can adjust it for your height.

Grass catcher: Think about the size and style of the grass collection container on the mower. A bigger capacity means fewer trips to empty it, but it can make the mower heavier. Aim for a 30-40 litre grass collector for small to medium lawns. Some mowers have plastic containers that are simple to clean but can be bulky, while others have mesh bags that are more compact but trickier to clean and may let grass clippings spill out.

Grass combs: Side grass combs can assist in achieving a tidier finish near edges, fences and walls.

Rear roller: To create classic lawn stripes, go for a mower equipped with a back roller. The quality of the stripes improves with a heavier machine and roller.

Mulching feature: Some mowers cut grass so finely that you can leave the clippings on the lawn. This feature saves you time and effort while giving your lawn essential nutrients.

What is the best way to mow a lawn?

The best way to mow a lawn involves several key steps to ensure a well-maintained and healthy lawn. Here's some simple steps to follow:

Clear the lawn of any debris, toys, or obstacles that could block the mower blades. Also, if you have a petrol-powered lawn mower check the oil and fuel levels.

Set the mower's cutting height to an appropriate level for your grass type. Different grasses have different recommended heights. Follow the one-third rule, which means you should cut no more than one-third of the grass blade's height in a single mowing.

Try to mow the grass when it's dry. Wet grass can lead to uneven cuts and may clog the mower.

Change the mowing direction with each mow. This helps prevent soil compaction and reduces the chance of grass leaning in one direction.

Mow at a consistent pace to ensure an even cut. Avoid rushing or going too slowly, which can result in uneven cutting. Slightly overlap each pass to prevent missed spots.

Decide whether to collect clippings in a bag or mulch them back into the lawn. Mulching can return nutrients to the soil.

Finally, use a trimmer or edger to clean up the edges along sidewalks, driveways and garden beds.

Where can I get the best Black Friday deals on lawn mowers?

Black Friday officially took place on 24 November, but there are still some last chance deals, with the best savings online, so don't miss out as we bring you more deals from the biggest retailers.

Here are our top picks:

FFX last chance deals

Argos Black Friday offers

Currys Black Friday offers

B&Q offers

Robert Dyas special offers

When do Black Friday deals end?

Although Black Friday 2023 is officially over, some retailers are offering last chance deals this Cyber Week. Amazon may have ended their Black Friday Week, but retailers such as B&Q, FFX and Argos still have sales. We're keeping this page updated with the best last chance deals on lawn mowers.

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Natalie Knowles is a Homes & Garden Product Writer for Modern Gardens, specialising in garden trends. When she's not flexing her mow-how, Natalie is a successful artist and illustrator.

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