Allett unveils new mower models at Saltex

Mike Birdin Industry News

Saltex marks the first public showing of the newly Allett-branded range of former Atco and Suffolk Punch petrol and electric pedestrian cylinder mowers acquired in May by Allett parent company, Turfmech Machinery, from Bosch Lawn and Garden.

Complementing Allett's established line-up of professional pedestrian mowers with their striking black and gold livery, the new additions to the Allett range comprise 12 different models, instantly recognisable by their distinctive green and gold paint finish. The new models have been divided by Allett into two specific product groupings.

The first is known as 'Expert' and will feature initially nine machines designed for keen domestic gardeners and semi-professionals requiring the quality of finish that only a cylinder mower can produce, backed by first-class local dealer parts and service support. The 'Expert' range consists of the Kensington, Buckingham and Westminster models available in cut widths from 12in to 30in and including both single-purpose precision mowers and models with interchangeable cartridge heads.

Stablemate to the 'Expert' range is the 'Classic', comprising initially three pedestrian models of 12in, 14in and 17in cut widths designed primarily for the pragmatic gardener on a budget looking to achieve quality results. Such users will have a sound gardening interest but are likely to favour the more affordable solution to cylinder mowing offered by the 'Classic' range.

Presented in a distinctive green finish with gold Allett logos, the new 'Expert' and 'Classic' ranges will enter production at Turfmech's Staffordshire factory later this year and will make their full commercial debut in good time for the 2012 mowing season.

For further information, please contact:

Austin Jarrett, Managing Director
Allett Mowers (a Turfmech group company)
Hangar 5, New Road
Staffordshire ST18 0PJ
United Kingdom

Tel: 01889 271503
Mobile: 07880 746034

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