Flymo Lawnmower Group

Welcome to the Flymo Lawnmower Group. 

This group is especially for our competition to win a Flymo EasiStore 300R Li Cordless Lawnmower.

The Competition opens on 1st November 2020.

Please note, closing date for entries is 31st December 2020!

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Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2020

Flymo Lawnmower Competition Group

Welcome to the Flymo Lawnmower Competition Group. This month we've got a brand new competition for our Chat & Socialise page.

The prize is a Flymo EasiStore 300R Li Cordless Lawnmower worth £235.

The Flymo EasiStore 300R Li is a powerful 40V wheeled lawnmower. Saving around 70% of floor area, the EasiStore 300R Li is an innovative lawnmower, perfect for those short of storage space.

For your chance to win, just tell us why you would like to win the prize in the Comment Wall below.

The best entry in the Comment Wall below will win the prize. Feel free to include any pictures to illustrate your entry!

This Competition opens on 1st November 2020 and closes on 31st December 2020.

Good Luck!




Comment Wall

Comment by Maryd on November 29, 2020 at 9:45

It would be a lovely prize to win. We could do with a lightweight mower for the corners of the garden that the ride on won’t reach.

Comment by Pooh on November 29, 2020 at 13:08

This mower really looks the business. Would love to be using it this coming Springtime when the lawns are growing again and hopefully this horrible virus has been brought under control.

Comment by Boxfords on November 30, 2020 at 10:53

We've always used a petrol lawnmower but I've hardly ever used it as it's just too hard to use. It tends to drag me around the garden and feels quite unsafe!

Comment by betsy ferguson on November 30, 2020 at 17:59

I have enjoyed gardening for many years and love all aspects of it. I have also loved using my old manual grass cutter - even up and down the many slopes I have. But, lately, I am finding Doris Day has had her day (the lawnmower is called Doris Day - I'm not referring to the late actress). My knees, back and neck are not what they were - so, this prize would be perfect. And the mower would need to be named - I am thinking, Mower Farah!

Comment by ataraxia on November 30, 2020 at 20:32

This would be great to store in a small space, and lightweight to be able to manage it easily.

Comment by zenjeff on December 1, 2020 at 11:36

I have a fly out but get fed up of the cable , and having to get the extensions out every time I mow the lawns ,winning this would be shear joy.

Comment by James on December 1, 2020 at 11:47

It is getting harder to push my petrol mower round the garden, even when its self powered. I need a lightweight cordless mower that I can nip out with on those sunny dry days and do a bit at a time.

Comment by Popslion on December 1, 2020 at 15:53

I would love to win this mower. Our old one packed up and husband thinks he can use the garden shears next summer. He is 78. Does that conjure up a picture!

Comment by Lynda Graham on December 1, 2020 at 17:52
This would be a joy to use - I do enjoy my garden, however since I broke my hand in a fall I am finding my big front garden a chore rather than a pleasure. This Flymo beauty would certainly change that.
Comment by Stevewizzard on December 1, 2020 at 19:54

I really need to get one over on my partner Val. She is forever going on about how she would love to help me with the gardening especially mowing the lawn. i mean mowing the lawn is easy , right , but she always finds an excuse not to do it.....i'll explain.....

 We have 3 lawns , one massive ( its more of a field than a lawn and should be done with a ride on mower) ,  a lawn which is on a slope, and our normal back garden lawn. Now , I do all three with  a big petrol mower but Val wont touch it because '' its too heavy and I cant drive it'' . So if i were to win this mower I could present it to her and say 'there you are , off you go , I'm off to watch the footie !!!''

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