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Stiga Twinclip 50 SEQ B Lawnmower , , , , , , , ,

The Twinclip 50 SEQ B is part of a new range of Twinclip lawnmowers that 'showcase' new cutting technology. A premium self-propelled lawnmower with a hybrid galvanised steel/aluminium deck, it is powered by a 163cc Briggs & Stratton 675 IS Series InStart engine. Optional collector, rear discharge, side discharge or mulching system. In just one movement the new Twinclip will cut the grass twice, doubling the efficiency, improving the finish and optimizing grass collection. A 48cm/19in cutting width makes this mower suitable for moderate sized gardens up to 50m x 50m.

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Name: John Scott

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(South East & North Cornwall and Devon)

Number: 07768 063548

Email: john.scott@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: Jon Day

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(Mid & West Cornwall)

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The Twinclip 50 SEQ B features in our new range of Stiga Twinclip lawnmowers that boast new cutting technology – a double-layered blade with 4 cutting faces. The leading edge of the blade makes the initial cut; the second blade cuts an additional 19mm, the cuttings are cut and re cut through the blades as they are blown into the collector resulting in noticeable extra mowing capacity.

A premium self-propelled lawnmower with a 163cc Briggs & Stratton 675 IS Series InStart start engine and a robust hybrid galvanised steel/aluminium chassis with a powder coated paint finish for longevity. The Twinclip 50 SEQB also features the Stiga VCS system as standard which reduces vibration to an all day working level of 2.5 metres per second squared and a heavy duty Hi-Torque cone clutch transmission which combines light and easy operation with smooth acceleration through an infinite range of cutting speeds. Variable forward speed allows you to use the full power of the engine whilst cutting at a pace that suits you. You can collect clippings into the 70 litre grass collector, or if the grass is longer remove the collector and rear discharge. You can simply insert the mulching plug and drive in multiclip mode or insert the mulching plug and remove the deck guard for side discharge.

Easily operated by a single lever, the 48cm/19in deck has a choice of 7 cutting height positions ranging from 22 to 77mm and will produce a great finish on your lawn whatever the conditions. In just one movement Twinclip will cut the grass twice, doubling the efficiency, improving the finish and optimizing grass collection

Mulching is by far the easiest way to cut your grass and the innovative blade and deck design also makes the lawnmower quieter. The Stiga multiclip system cuts and recuts the grass into tiny pieces that simply wilt away, returning valuable nutrients to the soil to encourage beautiful green growth. You don’t need to rake up the clippings or empty a collector, which means you can cut the grass about 30% faster compared to a collecting mower.

The Twinclip 50 SEQ B comes complete with a mulching kit, side discharge facility and is supported by a 5 year manufacturer’s warranty. The 48cm/18.5in cutting width makes this great combi mower suitable for moderate size gardens up 50m x 50m.

 

Type 4 Wheel
Propulsion Pro Alu Transmission
Transmission tbc
Width of Cut 48cm
Engine Briggs & Stratton 675 IS Series InStart
Capacity 163cc
Power Output tbc
Starting Method Electric
Chassis Material Galvanised Steel
Wheels – Front/Rear 210/240mm
Wheel Bearings Yes
Height of Cut Range 22-77mm
HOC Positions 7
HOC Adjustment Centralised
Combi facility Yes
Grassbag 70 litres with bag full indicator
Mulching kit tbc
Weight tbc
Warranty 5 years domestic*

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