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The All-New RX Robomows - Smaller, Lighter, Affordable!
Available in 2 models, RX12u, RX20u.
The RX20u provides a beautiful finish for small, traditional british lawns and will independently leave the base station, cut the lawn and return to the base station at the end of each operation. It will then recharge and proceed mowing as needed.
The RX12u is suitable for lawns up-to 150m2, also with a floating deck, and operates on a Push-and-Go system and will automatically dock when it needs to recharge.
Mechanic In A Bottle is part of the multi award winning family of fuel solution products from B3C. This product range is scientifically engineered to provide a quick, easy, and effective means to TEST - FIX - PREVENT the problems associated with modern day fuels.
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Man puts chainsaw down trousers
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13 November 2014
Mike Embley reports.
Worlds First 3D Printed Lawnmower - Story
South African inventor Hans Fouche recently claimed he had succeeded in 3D printing a working lawnmower in just nine hours using a 3D printer he invented himself.
However, on closer inspection of the story which appeared on the International Business Times, he 3D printed everything "except for the motor, the blade and the handle, which included the electrical switch, as well as the shafts for the wheels". So that's just the outer casing then?!
You can read fully about Hans' mega 3D printer which he used to make his mower here and you can watch it in action below.
Take note of his 'safety-first' open-toed flip-flops which he chose to wear when testing an experimental, self-printed machine which comprises of a razor sharp rotating blade.
Worlds First 3D Printer Lawnmower!
Aspen Fuels - Now Available
Aspen 2 is a ready-mixed (2%) alkylate petrol for all 2-stroke small capacity engines with a recommended mix of 2% or 1:50. It is mixed with a synthetic high quality high performance 2-stroke oil for maximum protection and low smoke. This 2-stroke ready-mixed alkylate petrol contains no sulphur, benzene or aromatics. It is therefore much better from a health aspect to use than regular petrol. In fact normal petrol contains so much benzene and aromatics (read solvents) that it is a real health risk to use in 2-stroke engines. Aspen 2 is also chemically inert so you can comfortably leave the fuel in the machine and it will not gum-up. It will also store for years whereas normal petrol start to go off after 30 days.
See the Aspen range
The Autofiller for the Aspen 5 litre can makes refuelling of your machine safe and easy. The Autofiller protects you and your environment from unnecessary direct contact with the fuel through the unique vapour recovery system. The complete seal from the can to the tank ensures there is no release of petrol vapours. The fuel vapour from the tank is sucked into the container. When the tank is full, the Autofiller automatically stops refuelling.
Designed to fit the Aspen 5 litre can
Rotatable in all positions
Fits on most tank openings
Stops automatically when the tank is full
Unique vapour return system
No Aspen wasted by spillage
Solid 100% recyclable plastic
Niki Preston - The Two Fingered Gardener Recommends Sherpa Sprayer
"I have given the sprayer a thorough testing, refilling, charging, watering hanging baskets and all manner of things. I love it; it takes all the stress out of watering and no heavy watering cans to lift." - June 2013.
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Robomow App Remote Control
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RS630 Robomow - Telegraph Verdict
Saturday, March 30th. 2013
Sherpa Tiller - Tried and Tested
Which Robomow Is Best For Me ?
The All-New RS630 Robomow - Stronger, Faster, Edge !
Mower Magic win Online Retailer of the Year 2012 !!
Winner of the Online Retailer of the Year award is: Mower Magic Ltd
Dedicated Spare Parts Site - Magic Parts
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ALAN TITCHMARSH FEATURES SHERPA POWERBARROW
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Be Prepared for SNOW This Year
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PIMP MY POOCH!!
The UK is renowned to be nation full of dog lovers, so we at This Morning decided to go on a mission to transform some of our four legged friends who like to roll in the mud a little too much, into perfect pooches!
Three canines and their owners will be paying a visit to the This Morning studio and theyll be taken to doggy heaven, pampered to the max and given a total makeover!
We will meet Max, who hates having a bath and is in a pretty knotty mess, Frank who recently lost his best buddy Barney, so is need desperate need of some TLC and Subs whose favourite past-time is digging holes and drinking in a rather messy manner!
Mower Magic supplied the doggy baths
International Shipping - Now Available!
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Let It Snow!
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FORT Wheelbarrows - GREAT!
Standard for every FORT is the excellent ergonomics and well thought out weight distribution for an amazing balance and stability. To make it even more user friendly we have built in an easy option to move the wheel location for an even better balance depending on her or his needs. Every FORT rim is fitted with a specially designed double sealed roller bearing filled with grease, together with the short shaft it ensures that every job, in springtime and autumn, can be done effortlessly.
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Protective Helmets Are Here!
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Sherpa release new Electric Tiller
Posted by Jez, 28th October 2010.
SHERPA Release New Robotic Vacuum!
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LET SHERPA TAKE THE WEIGHT
Now in stock and ready to go!
Victorian Glass Bell Jars
The Bell Jars are available in 3 different sizes -
East Midlands Wood Fair
East Midlands Wood Fair - Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st March 2010. 10am - 3.30pm
KEEP IT CLEAN!
Posted by Jez, 02-Feb-2010
Burn when ready
Posted by Jez, 26-Jan-2010
NEW RANGE FROM MOUNTFIELD RELEASED
Posted by Jez, 13-Jan-2010 Click here to view the range
SMART SPLITTER - "truly brilliant"
- Bunny Guinness, Chartered Landscape Architect, journalist and radio personality who is a regular panelist on the long running BBC Radio 4 programme, Gardener's Question Time. She also writes a weekly column in the Sunday Telegraph.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, 13-DEC-2009.
Alan Titchmarsh back at the BBC
Posted by Jez, 07-Dec-2009 Visit Alans Site
Lawnmower Speed Record Attempt!
Mr Wales plans to beat the current record lawnmower speed of 80.793mph, reached by American Bob Cleveland in 2006. In its production form the top speed of the Kawasaki engine-powered lawnmower is just 10 miles an hour. However, Mr Wales, 49, has used a team of five technicians, including experts in aerodynamics and fuel additives, to enhance the machine.
Mr Wales, who already holds the world land-speed record for a car driven by steam, told Sky News Online: " As well as reaching break-neck speeds, a condition of Guinness World Records rules is that the lawnmower must be able to cut grass.
The race is due to take place on Pendine Sands in Carmarthenshire in February, and the event will raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Wessex Heartbeat.
Posted by Jez, 07-Dec-2009
Politicians back campaign for runway orchard
The orchard will represent the re-introduction of the Coxs Orange Pippin apple into the area and is designed to act as a potent symbol of the determination by politicians and the local community to stop the runway, save Sipsons homes and gardens and school and fight climate change. The Cox apple was first bred in the area in the 1850s by Richard Cox, who is buried on the site earmarked for a new runaway and his body may be exhumed if the development goes ahead. The orchard has been planted on land purchased by Greenpeace from under the noses of BAA and the Government earlier this year. It was then offered to members of the public and 60,000 people from across the world now co-own the land targeted by BAAs bulldozers.
Posted by John, 25-Nov-2009
Bargain Saw Horse now available!
Posted by Jez, 24-Nov-2009
100 Year Old Gardeners Notebook Found
The notebook is a hand written account of activities that took place in the estate gardens, including detailed weather records, a planting list including all of the varieties - long since lost - of fruit trees and species that were planted - it is said that the work is penned by more than one person. The information in the book is helping National Trust volunteers build up a picture of when the orchards were in their 'heyday' by adding details to an ordnance survey map of 1880's.
Sean Reid said of the find, "Weve wanted to reinstate some of the fruit trees here for a long time and were already in the process of deciding what to do when my colleague Cath Mobbs made this incredible discovery. "It means that we dont have to make blind guesses and can now be really true to how Ickworth was created to be in future work. Any gardener would kill for this kind of information, its amazing to think its just been sitting there all these years."
Please contact the National Trust if you think you could help.
Posted by Carl, 23-Nov-2009
British Red Cross Garden Appeal
But the charity needs more gardens of all sizes, from small cottage style ones to whole villages. Volunteers ensure that gardeners are given assistance in organising the opening as well as help on the day, collecting donations and selling donations. If you can help the Red Cross Open Gardens scheme, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by John, 20-Nov-2009
THE GOOD LIFE - 100 Years of Growing Your Own
Discover the 100 year history behind the countrys current love affair with growing food in this great new exhibition at the Museum of Gardening. From the Allotment Act of 1908, through WWIIs Dig For Victory campaign and the Self-Sufficiency movement of the 1970s to the present day, paintings, photographs, personal memoirs and even the odd home-spun sweater will tell the story of why, how and what we have grown.
The exhibits will take you through the highs and lows of produce gardening. Find out what happened to the Manor Garden allotments in the wake of the 2012 bid and how the world of allotments and community gardening is shaping up for the future. From a 1918 medal for vegetable growing in the trenches to a pamphlet on how to 'grow your own smokes', youll uncover some amazing facts and stories.
The exhibition also asks if the current boom is just a credit-crunch fad or whether we really want to change the way we eat for good. Whatever your experience, you can share your opinions and stories when you visit.
The exhibition is on from 6th October 2009 - 7th March 2010
Posted by Jez, 18-Nov-2009 Click here to visit the Garden Museum site
Pssst! Wanna know a secret?
The National Trust, which runs the property, says the staff are being encouraged to urinate on straw which is then placed on compost heaps. The trust said Friday that the chemical reaction helps the composting process, while the absence of flushing by 10 members of staff could cut the estate's water use by almost a third.
Officials warned the gardeners to make sure they urinate in spots where they cannot be seen by passers-by.
Posted by JEZ, 17-NOV-2009
NEW LI-ION PRODUCTS AVAILABLE NOW!
Posted by JOHN, 16-NOV-2009
SHERPA BARROW TAKES THE WEIGHT
Posted by JOHN, 16-NOV-2009 Click here to find out more..