A healthy, velvety lawn can be one of the jewels in your garden. While a vigorously emerald expanse of grass requires good soil, sun and possibly fertiliser, it also needs to be groomed with an excellent mower. There is no point putting care and effort into nurturing your lawn only to butcher it with dull blades or by chopping it off at the wrong height and ruining all your hard work.
Not all mowers are created equal, which is why it is absolutely vital to invest in a high-quality piece of equipment that will do your precious lawn justice and give you the finish you expect and deserve. For your lawn to look its best, it needs the best mower you can buy.
The Queen’s Choice
The company was established in 1946, and Hayter lawn mowers are used by homeowners and gardening professionals across the UK and have earned a well-deserved reputation for quality and durability. Engineered to the highest standards, these mowers combine traditional craftsmanship with the latest technology to produce a machine that is a pleasure to use, easy to operate and will last you for many years. Hayter also holds the Royal Warrant for supplying horticultural machinery to Her Majesty The Queen.
Made in Britain
Hayter engineers strive at all times to improve the quality of their mowers and are proud of the company’s reputation for excellence. Douglas Hayter, once an aviation engineer, made the firm’s very first rotary mower, and the popularity of his design expanded into a business. Hayter is a name that has been synonymous with grass-cutting in the UK for more than half a century, and many of its mowers feature Briggs & Stratton engines, the most sought-after brand of mower engines in the world for their durability and ease of use.
Always easily recognisable with their distinctive British green painted finish, most Hayter mowers are still made in the UK, and the firm proudly belongs to the Made In Britain initiative.
Range to Suit All Lawns
Hayter produces a wide range of mowers, from award-winning models with a rear roller that will produce the quintessential finish with wide stripes to mowers that will not only cut the grass but pick up dead leaves for you at the same time. The company makes a selection of electric and petrol mowers, and the Hayter Envoy electric lawn mower is the most popular electric-powered rear roller mower available today.
Other popular choices include the hand-propelled Hayter Spirit 41 and the Spirit 41 Autodrive, which is the most reliable and widely used mower with a petrol engine and a rear roller in the country today. For larger models with more power, there is the Harrier 41 mower, and for even more power, there is the Spirit 41 range. The Harrier 48 mower features a cutting width of 48 cm. The very dedicated gardener might select the Harrier 56 with its 56 cm cutting width, available as self-propelled, electric start or manual models.
Other Hayter choices include the Hayterette, which is a mower dedicated to mulching clippings and distributing them on your lawn. The R53 is a recycler mower which has sensors so that it adapts to your walking speed as you mow. There is also a range of mowers for the professional which feature a rear roller for a striped finish and silvery detailing.
Maintenance is also easy, as Hayter supply a number of parts for their lawn mowers, and the company produces a number of accessories to make caring for your lawn even easier.