Flymo offer unique features to each of its ranges. Read below to see which one will be the right purchase for you:
No, you should not cut wet grass with a Flymo lawn mower. Wet grass can clog the mower blades and make it difficult to mow. It can also cause the mower to slip and slide, which can be dangerous. If you must mow wet grass, wait until it has dried out a bit before you start mowing.
Here are some tips for mowing wet grass safely:
Yes, Flymo blades need sharpening. A dull blade will not cut the grass as cleanly, and it can also cause the mower to labor more. This can lead to premature wear on the mower's motor and other parts. You should sharpen your Flymo blades every 20-30 hours of mowing, or more often if you mow in tough conditions. You can sharpen the blades yourself using a file or a sharpening stone, or you can take them to a professional for sharpening.
Here are some signs that your Flymo blades need sharpening: