We’ve put some of the biggest lawn mower brands to the test this year, pitting 14 models ranging in price from £70 to over £500 against our tough independent tests.
We found two new Best Buy lawn mowers that impressed us with how easy to use and how great at cutting and collecting grass they were.
The very worst lawn mower on test wasn’t powerful enough to give a neat finish on a family lawn so we’ve highlighted it as a Don’t Buy to avoid.
Head to our lawn mower reviews to discover which models are worth investing in.
Are Flymo lawn mowers any good?
A big brand corded-electric lawn mower can cost you over £100 more than a Flymo – but does this make the cheaper Flymo mowers a bargain?
Our testing has shown that you needn’t pay a fortune to get a great lawn mower.
At £70, the new Flymo is one of the cheapest corded-electric models we’ve tested – our full review reveals whether it’s a wise buy and how it fares against the top-priced model corded-electric lawn mower on test, the £180 Bosch Rotak ErgoFlex 43.
Find out more about Flymo in our .
Bosch lawn mowers
We also put three Bosch brand lawn mowers to the test. Bosch is a household name that’s popular with Which? members.
If you’re considering buying a Bosch lawn mower, our reviews will guide you to the best value models. Our Best Buy lawn mowers page shows if any of its models at all have hit our Best Buy gold standard.
Latest lawn mowers reviewed
The full list of models we’ve just tested is below – click on the links to read the full-length reviews and see our test results.
Corded-electric lawn mowers
Petrol lawn mowers
Cordless battery lawn mowers
(with four batteries)
Prices are correct as of 10th March 2015 and are subject to change.
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