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New Pellenc dealer in Cambridgeshire

Etesia, the exclusive distributor of Pellenc battery-powered equipment in the UK, has announced the appointment Scamblers who will now be distributing Pellenc’s complete product range in the Cambridgeshire area.

Scamblers was first established in 1974

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Etesia launch new Bahia model at SALTEX 2017

Taking centre stage on the Etesia UK stand at SALTEX 2017 was the new Bahia Hydro 80 MKHP4 E-Connect ride-on mower, which also won the SALTEX 2017 innovation award.

Visitors to the show were able to get a first glimpse at the new model ahead of its of

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Etesia will be launching their range of Greener City Equipment on stand C050 at IOG SALTEX 2017, which includes a range of environmentally-friendly battery-powered pedestrian and ride-on rotary mowers.

Environmental protection and a commitment to sust

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Etesia Regional Dealer Events a Great Success

Over 50 general managers and sales managers from the Etesia and Pellenc UK dealer network attended the recent dealer conference events which were held at four venues across the country.

The regional conferences provided the opportunity to discuss new

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10% off the Etesia Donky Electric Wheelbarrow

Etesia UK has announced that the Donky electric wheelbarrow is now available with a 10% price discount.

Lightweight, noiseless, no fumes and big savings on fuel - since its launch in 2015, the environmentally friendly Donky electric wheel barrow has q

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The Etesia Attila mower has become synonymous with cutting high, dense vegetation in difficult terrain. Now, Etesia UK is pleased to announce it is available as a fully automatic robotic mower with the use of an iPad.

3314782719?profile=RESIZE_320x320The Etesia SKD ExxDrive has been

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Pellenc leaves the champions blown away

John Ledwidge, grounds manager for reigning Premier League champions Leicester City FC, believes that his new range of Pellenc battery powered equipment offers his staff a safer, healthier and higher performing alternative to petrol powered products.

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Pellenc Launches the Rasion Easy Pedestrian Mower

Following the successful launch of the Pellenc Rasion Basic and Smart models in 2015, the company has announced the latest pedestrian rotary mower in the range - the Pellenc Rasion Easy.

The Rasion Easy is a combination of the previous two models laun

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Top Marks for Etesia from Solihull School

Karl Brotherhood, head of grounds at the prestigious Solihull School, has claimed that his new Etesia Hydro 124 DN ride-on mower is ‘perfect’ for helping him fulfil a number maintenance tasks.

Solihull School is a coeducational independent school situ

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Etesia UK’s 2016 ‘Partners in Excellence’ awards proved to be one to remember, as the company celebrated its 25th anniversary in the UK as well as recognizing the monumental efforts of its widespread dealer network.

Over the past 25 years, Etesia - an

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Etesia UK will be exhibiting at this year’s IOG SALTEX on stand E055 which will be dedicated solely to a range of environmentally friendly, lithium-ion battery powered tools from Pellenc including four new products.

3314783160?profile=RESIZE_480x480The centrepiece of the stand will b

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Etesia will be launching a new weeding brush attachment on stand C050 at IOG SALTEX 2016, which is available for Etesia Hydro 124 models, for the safe removal of moss and weeds without the use of chemicals.

If you have weedsalgae or moss on your sur

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Open forum activity

Billybop replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"If I was doing it I would first of all strim those weeds off the patio and near the steps, only takes 2 minutes and makes clearing up the hedge trimmings so much easier. Those hedges are not hugely overgrown so can be trimmed back far enough without…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"Has the look of a council house, especially with all the mess. I bet they can afford it, they all have sky TV unlike poor rishi! 😂"
yesterday
Paul Doyle replied to Peter sellers's discussion Cordless hedge cutter advice
"Hi Peter, Why wouldn’t you consider a back pack battery, 8 hrs charged-ok you gotta charge it at home at night but so what?Iv also suffered over the long term with back problems, and was more than a little worried . My local dealer gave me both…"
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Peter sellers replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"Adam, yes my thoughts that payment may be an issue judging from the knee high grass and detritus everywhere. Run for the hills!!"
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Adam Woods replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"Agreed as to where this thread is going. I'm now looking after 2 gardens (I'm supposedly "retired" but hate the idea of a gym, I'd far rather "work out" in a garden for a couple of days a week ). Both gardens  are big ones, measured in acres. they…"
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Peter sellers replied to Rob's discussion Is it normal for mulching mowers to leave a poor finish?
"Should have bought Honda 537 hrx hy best mulcher on the market ! 
Finish is down to forward speed, height of cut, length and dryness of the grass. Works best on weekly cuts.
You have to give the machine time to pulverise the grass, why not just use…"
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Dave Matthews commented on Gareth Davies's photo
"Hi Gareth I have the same one but can you tell me what belt I need for the blade underneath"
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The Wall replied to Mjc's discussion Robust hedge cutter.
"I think i might be qualified to answer your question as all i do for 4 days a week till November is cut domestic hedges, i do enjoy cutting hedges.I use only Sthil hedge cutters single sided and long reach range from 6 years old to 1 year old and…"
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Andrew Watts replied to Rob's discussion Is it normal for mulching mowers to leave a poor finish?
"This could also be trying to cut too much off in 1 pass, with clumps being dropped by the mower un-mulched. Mulching works best when doing every week, or if less timely, then taking a couple of passes."
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John F replied to Rob's discussion Is it normal for mulching mowers to leave a poor finish?
"Is the grass damp   ?   My Toro snatches and leaves Tufts in damp conditions  , won't cut at all in wet conditions but leaves a perfect finish on same Lawns when dry , Also prefers the grass to be longer . 
Another negative though I found is it's a…"
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Rob posted a discussion
I'm not familiar with mulching mowers at all as never had one before, but I needed one for churches I cut so. Bought weibang 53 smp.  It cuts fast and seems robust, but I'm a bit concerned about it's actual cut. Used it. Twice so far  It seems to…
Tuesday
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Tuesday
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Tuesday
Peter sellers replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"Yes, understand the point, but your businesses costs remain the same regardless of location, machine purchase costs are the same, tax and NI same etc."
Tuesday
Honey Badger replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"All looks very cheap compared to Berkshire and Hampshire!"
Tuesday
Adam Pilgrim replied to Gary Etherington's discussion Hedge cutting
"Peter - certain areas will command higher prices.
I used to run my business in rural Lincs. Its a low wage economy and people just don't the money to spend.
A few years ago I moved to rural Notts. House prices for equivalnet properties are double of…"
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Robust hedge cutter.

Hi, I use a echo long reach hedge cutter which is great, but awkward to use when up ladders cutting the top of a hedge. I need another machine, not long reach, which will also cope with heavy work when doing hedge reductions. What would you…

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