Roller Lawn Mowers
Buy quality roller lawn mowers online from Hyundai Power Products. Get the great British striped lawn with our range of roller lawn mowers.
Whether you prefer a corded electric, cordless battery or petrol rear roller lawnmower, Hyundai has the ideal model for your lawn, whatever the size.
Choose a walk-behind, self-propelled roller petrol mower with electric-start for ultimate ease or, for a budget-friendly solution, a corded electric roller mower is ideal for small to medium sized lawns.
Shop for cylinder roller lawn mowers with the official UK Hyundai distributor.
Rear Roller Lawn Mowers FAQ's
How does a roller mower work?
A roller mower utilises a cylindrical roller, positioned at the rear of the mower, to create a striped pattern on the lawn. As the mower moves forward, the rotating blades located between the roller and the cutting deck trim the grass to an even height. The roller then gently bends the grass blades in the direction it moves, resulting in the distinct striped appearance. This mechanism provides a professional and aesthetically pleasing look to the lawn.
Should I get a lawn mower with a roller?
Opting for a lawn mower equipped with a roller can offer several advantages. The roller helps create a striped pattern on the grass, giving your lawn a professional and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Additionally, the roller provides stability and prevents scalping, ensuring an even cut across uneven terrain. If you value a visually appealing lawn and desire enhanced cutting precision, choosing a lawn mower with a roller is a worthwhile consideration.
What is the difference between a self propelled and a push mower?
The main distinction between a self-propelled mower and a push mower lies in their propulsion mechanism. A self-propelled mower features an engine-powered drive system that propels the mower forward, requiring minimal effort from the operator. On the other hand, a push mower relies solely on the operator's pushing force to move the mower. Self-propelled mowers are ideal for larger or hilly yards, as they reduce fatigue and make mowing easier, while push mowers are suitable for smaller, flatter lawns where maneuverability is less of a concern.