Affordable and easy to use, World's petrol powered tiller is a popular choice with horticulturalists and vegetable gardeners alike. Its 4 powerful tines are powered by a 158cc Briggs & Stratton 500 Series engine and have a maximum working width of 400mm (16"). This well-balanced machine features full handlebars and a 15" diameter guidewheel for ease of use even in difficult ground conditions, making it great for domestic tilling duties.
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Probably best known for its range of expertly-engineered lawnmowers, this World 40cm (16") tiller is perfect for use around the garden, in the vegetable plot and on the allotment. The strong, steel tines and fabricated steel chassis are both finished in a smooth corrosion resistance allowing them to be easily cleaned and providing a tough, rugged and well-engineered solution to satisfy even the requirements of even the most demanding gardener.
POWERED BY BRIGGS & STRATTON
At the heart of this tiller is a 158cc Briggs & Stratton 500 Series engine. This highly responsive engine is ideal for tilling applications characterized by ample reserves of low down torque. The bar mounted throttle control allows you to increase or decrease power on demand, dependent upon ground conditions.
3-STAGE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The working depth of this World Tiller can be easily adjusted in seconds simply by adjusting the rear downtube.
Headquartered in Jiangsu, China, World Lawnmower is today firmly established as a global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of quality garden machinery to a diverse and demanding customerbase in Asia, Europe, North America and the UK. Incredibly, a World machine today rolls off the production line every 50 seconds, during every hour of every working day. All World Lawnmower UK products have been engineered specifically to suit UK grass conditions.
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Satisfaction Guarantee Every World Lawnmower UK petrol engine machine is supplied with a conditional, 2-year, consumer warranty against manufacturing, material, design and component defect. Power Source Petrol