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Masport Pro Power Lawnmower as reviewed by Tim the Lawnmower Man. Compared to the Masport Contractor.

Interested in our Pro Power Range?

Are you in the market for a reliable and efficient lawnmower? Look no further than the extensive Masport range. Here, Tim the Lawnmower Man is back with his expert insights and recommendations. Click the link below to view his YouTube channel, Turf and Tools.

Pro Power Lawn mower from Masport

Today, we're diving into the world of the Pro Power Lawnmower from Masport, as he shares his thoughts on this self-propelled marvel.

Tim begins by discussing his experience with the Massport Contractor, a robust three-speed self-propelled mower equipped with a powerful 190cc Briggs engine. He acknowledges that while no mower is perfect, the Contractor has impressed him with its capabilities. However, he understands that its weight and price tag of $1700 might not be suitable for everyone.

To cater to a broader audience, Tim introduces the Pro Power range from Masport. He excitedly announces, "This thing arrived today! It's a self-propelled mower as well, with a 19-inch deck." The Pro Power model shares the same reliable 190cc Briggs engine, which Tim has found to be highly acclaimed among users. He explains, "I've had many people complain about engines, but this is one of the few engines that I don't get a lot of complaints about in the comments. A lot of people seem to like this engine."

While the Pro Power is 19 inches, Tim emphasizes that it packs a punch. "It's a single-speed self-propelled, and it's built well," he says. The Pro Power's construction is commendable. It is approximately 30 kilos, making it easier to maneuver around the yard and reduce strain on the user's body.

The Pro Power has an aluminium deck extending to the edge of the wheels, maximising its cutting efficiency. Tim is impressed by the design and lightweight manoeuvrability.

When it comes to grass clippings, Tim highlights the Pro Power comes with a 42-litre plastic catcher. He points out that catcher preferences can be subjective, with some favouring the plastic option for its convenience.

In terms of cutting performance, this Pro Power model features four swing-back blades to deliver a clean and precise cut. Wrapping up, Tim eagerly announces, "If you're looking for a self-propelled mower around that $1100 range, I am going to be trying this thing out." He encourages viewers to follow his journey with the Pro Power and welcomes any questions they may have.

In conclusion, Tim the Lawnmower Man presents a compelling case for the Pro Power Lawnmower from Masport. With its dependable Briggs engine, lightweight design, and efficient cutting capabilities, the Pro Power is an excellent choice for homeowners seeking a powerful and user-friendly lawnmower.

 Link to video: https://youtu.be/mCNQDqJas30