Etesia PRO 46 Evolution mower

Built on the DuoCut concept of combining 100 per cent collection and 100 per cent mulching decks together, the new PHCT and PHCS PRO 46 Evolution models offer users the versatility of mowing with or without collection in all conditions or undertaking high-quality mulching.

Etesia PRO 46 Evolution - image: Etesia UK
Etesia PRO 46 Evolution - image: Etesia UK

With no tools or blade change necessary, switching between mowing and mulching simply requires the insertion or removal of an insert under the deck. Both models have a 46cm working width and seven adjustable cutting heights ranging from 28-85mm. Grass box capacity is 56 litres.

Power for the units comes from a 5hp Honda engine - the PHCT being a single-speed machine while the PHCS is a push mower. Both have soft-grip handlebars that fold for ease of transport.

Etesia has also added a rear roller kit to its portfolio, allowing striping of lawns.

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