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The Plant Based Podcast – in association with Cobra

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Cobra is the very proud partner of series 4 of The Plant Based Podcast, joining in the celebration of plants, gardens and outdoor living.

Cobra is home to the UK’s largest range of lawnmowers. With a comprehensive line-up of quality and innovative products to tackle any gardening task, Cobra is an evolution in garden machinery.

The Cobra range consists of:

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A highlight in the Cobra range is the cordless 40v range which provides the ultimate in convenience, with a rechargeable battery that can be interchanged across the entire range, which includes mowers, strimmers, hedge trimmers and chainsaws. It’s the perfect collection of products for people who want ease of use, a space saving option and who are looking for an eco-friendly option.

One battery for all products in the 40v range!

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MX3440V

£220.00 including battery and charger

GT3240VZ

£69.99

HT55040VZ

£84.99

The award winning Cobra MX3440V cordless lithium-ion lawnmower allows you to get more done without the need for petrol or electrical cables.

The MX3440V is hand propelled, has a quality plastic deck and 5 cutting heights.

It was award “best lawnmower” by T3 who recognised it as is the ultimate in mowing convenience!

The Cobra GT3240VZ is a high performance cordless Grass Trimmer that will give you perfect edges in no time!

It weights just 4kg and has a 28 to 32cm cutting width, It will run for up to 40 mins from one charge.

The lightweight HT55040VZ cordless hedgetrimmer gives you increased manoeuvrability when Cutting back hedges.

Being battery powered it reduces the vibrations and noise of petrol models, and doesn’t have cables that get in the way like electric options.

It has a 55cm/21” double sided blade with 28mm tooth spacing. It will run for 70 minutes from one 40 minute charge.

Cobra take convenience to the next level with free next day delivery on orders placed Monday to Thursday, Friday orders will be delivered on Monday, so take a look at their website now, to get gardening tomorrow!