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Pellenc Rasion Easy - anyone using?

Good morning, I've just joined this network and am looking at a Pellenc Rasion Easy. I wonder if anyone has any experience of using it? If so, what are your thoughts? Ease of use, manoeuvrability, types of ground it's suitable / not suitable for? I'm curious about the swivel wheels that might assist with turning. Just for info, I'm not a strappping lad, endowed with muscles and the low(ish) weight is attractive. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Have you contacted your local pellenc dealership to organise a demo of the machine on one of your sites ?


    i would advise anyone looking into kit to take up the offer of demo on site so you can then see if it fit's into your buisness and works how you need it to.

    if your needing to know who you contact as a dealer just email sales@etesia.co.uk with postcode and Gill from the Office can forwerd you details


  • Thanks Neal, for your quick response. Stephen Muir from Etesia, came earlier this week with the mower and I had a test drive. He was excellent and provided some very comprehensive information. However, I was looking for comments from users who are using the mower day in, day out. As many people point out, the investment is pretty hefty. I am also thinking about manoeuvrability over sloping, bumpy ground as well as lawns - I need to make sure it's right for me.

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