Self-Propelled Debris Management!

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LW OptimaxFollowing the record rainfall this summer, we can expect a stunning period of plant growth and in turn, a colossal volume of leaf and grass debris during the late autumn. Little Wonder are at the forefront of Debris Management and are introducing a new line up of models across their Optimax range of blowers.

The models are available with 270cc or 390cc Honda engines or 400cc Subaru engine. With the new Remote Chute Deflector Control located at your fingertips, you can control the patented split air-stream discharge with ease. This will remove leaves and debris with unmatched air power more easily and without stopping.

The introduction of the new self-propelled Blowers with a choice of honda engines provides a new level of performance in the walk-behind blower market. These new Little Wonder Optimax blowers have 'self-propelled' convenience! They put you in control with forward, reverse, and infinitely variable speeds.

7-blade all-steel impeller

The LW Optimax range of blowers provides for an increased leaf and debris blowing performance. These Little Wonder walk-behind blowers feature a reverse-angled 7-blade all-steel impeller, that is matched with an aerodynamically constructed housing and curved air inlet which translates to maximum air flow. Adjustable, ergonomic handles allow for anti-vibration grip for operator comfort and a new transport bracket is included for a convenient tie-down. The new steel housing design plus steel tie-down for easy transport, and a larger discharge opening make Little Wonder the number one choice for professionals. Durable and with solid-steel construction... they're built to last and backed by a 5-Year Warranty.

The Little Wonder range of Blowers are available as Fully Featured, Push and Self-Propelled models. More Air Power > Less Man Power! Durability, comfort and unmatched blowing performance … you'll get the job done faster with Little Wonder!

Contact : Contact: David Goose at Mantis UK Ltd on 0161 475 0400.

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