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This Mean Green Nemesis NXR-48-X is installed with one lithium ion battery with enough run time (1.5 hours) to maintain around one hectare of lawn. An ex-demo machine with just 10 hours on the clock. Save money with low operational costs - no belts or hydraulic oil to worry about. The mower is super quiet at 76dB (that's about half the noise levels of conventional mowers). No fumes and low vibration are a big plus for your health. Charge up in around 2.5~3.0 hours with the standard supplied charger. This machine is equipped with a 48 inch side-discharge deck with plenty of power for lifestyle-property mowing. Battery life is estimated at around 2,400 hours, after which holding capacity will reduce gradually. The mower is a very light 275 kg and has a low centre of gravity for easy handling. Manufactured in the U.S.A. and listed by Mean Green Mowers New Zealand.



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Destination & descriptionPrice
Free shipping within Canterbury$0.00
Other South Island$150.00
North Island$300.00
Pick-up available from Christchurch City, CanterburyFree

This seller is located in Christchurch City, Canterbury

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NZ Bank Deposit

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    Mean Green Nemesis Fully Electric Mower

    Shipping from $150.00
    Seller located in Christchurch City, Canterbury

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    Christchurch City
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    Tuesday, 6 March 2007
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