Proudly and distinctively British, Hayter's lawnmower range comprises electric, push and self-propelled petrol mowers, available in a wide range of cutting widths and with a choice of roller or wheeled chassis.
About the Hayter brand
Since Douglas Hayter manufactured his very first lawnmower almost 70 years ago, Hayter has earned a reputation as ‘makers of the finest mowers’. And at a time when many British brands have moved production offshore, its reassuring to know that Hayter continues to fly the flag for British manufacturing. Most Hayter lawnmowers continue to be manufactured at the company’s Spellbrook factory, near Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.
Today’s Hayter range comprises electric, push and self-propelled petrol lawnmowers, available in a wide range of cutting widths and with a choice of roller or wheeled chassis.
For smaller gardens, look no further than the electric powered Envoy or the Spirit range – available with a choice of electric or petrol power. For medium size and larger gardens, be sure to consider Hayter’s iconic Harrier range, which today is available with a choice of cutting widths from 41cm to 56cm. And if you would like the option of discarding grass clippings, as well as collecting them, then you’ll almost certainly want to take a closer look at Hayter’s R53 Recycling mowers.
Irrespective of model or cutting width, all Hayter lawnmowers have been engineered to exceed the requirements of even the most demanding gardeners. For instance, Hayter’s petrol lawnmower range is powered exclusively by Briggs & Stratton engines. The world’s largest manufacturer of 4-stroke petrol lawnmower engines, Briggs & Stratton powertrains have a deserved reputation for reliability, durability, efficiency and performance.
Whichever Hayter mower you choose, you can be certain you’re choosing a lawnmower engineered especially for British grass conditions and a lawnmower, which has been designed to provide many years of dependable and reliable performance.
To find out more about Hayter, visit the Hayter Lawnmowers website.