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Deal of the week: Bosch Rotak 40 Ergoflex, £51 off

Where to shop for the Bosch Rotak 40 lawnmower

Bosch Rotak 40 Ergoflex

The new ergonomic handles of this lawnmower allow you to grip with your wrists in the more comfortable vertical position, and the ‘grass combs’ mean you can cut right up to the edges. Find out where you can buy it for £119.  

Out of the Ergoflex range of lawnmowers, the Rotak 40 is one of the bigger ones with a 40cm cutting width, it also has a rear roller to make your lawn stripy. 

We tested 33 models this year, including 22 brand new ones, you can find out how well the Bosch Rotak 40 Ergoflex performed against the others, which to buy (and which to avoid) in our review.

Bosch Rotak 40 Ergoflex deal

You’ll find this lawnmower in some shops and online retailers at the full retail price of around £170. However many value retailers are selling it a bit cheaper, Argos currently have it at a discounted price of £139.99, a saving of £30.

But we found the cheapest price for the Bosch Rotak 40 Ergoflex was at Amazon for just under £119 with free delivery, a saving of £51 as well as a trip into town.

Which? Gardening lawnmower testing

We test popular lawnmowers every year to find which ones perform the best and offer good value. As soon as the grass starts growing in the spring, we run the latest lawnmowers, alongside a previous Best Buy, through our test programme.

We test each mower on ease of use, safety, how closely they can cut edges and how long the battery lasts as well as how they perform on rough, long and damp grass. 


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After all that testing we calculate the scores into a percentage to bring you the Best Buys and Don’t Buys. 

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