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Tame your backyard with ease with Ozito’s range of cordless mowers

Lawn lessons

If you want to trim your lawn with the minimum of fuss – without coping with cables or faffing around with fuel – you need a cordless mower. Welcome to the new Ozito PXC range. There’s a model to suit all sorts of backyards with the Ozito range, powered by Einhell.

Small wonders

Take the PXC 18V Cylinder Mower. Great for small to medium-sized gardens, its battery-powered cutting action delivers a fine cut, perfect for anyone who loves their lawn. Or grab the PXC 18V Brushless Lawn Mower Kit. This compact and lightweight model is powerful for suburban yards with smaller storage spaces.

Bigger deals

For larger lawns, consider the extra grunt afforded by Ozito’s battery pairing technology, which lets you hook up two PXC 18V batteries to deliver 36V of power. The PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Lawn Mower Kit will trim a stretch of turf up to 300sqm, while the PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Brushless Lawn Mower Kit can crop up to 450sqm. Then there’s the PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Brushless Steel Deck Lawn Mower Kit, with its substantial 18” (460mm) cut. It can tackle lawns up to 500sqm on a single charge.

Garden gadgetry

The 36V (2 x 18V) technology is available in other tools as well, to help in your quest for garden glory. Chop back branches with the PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Brushless Chainsaw, clean up clippings with the PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Brushless Jet Blower, preen edges with the PXC 36V ( 2 x 18V) Line Trimmer Kit, and use the PXC 36V (2 x 18V) Brushless Scarifier to refresh your turf. Job done!

Take the effort out of lawn maintenance

Keeping your lawn trim and tidy is simple with the range from Ozito PXC.

Some products are not available at all Bunnings stores, but may be ordered.


Photo Credit: Ozito

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