Etesia has launched an Early Bird Promotion aimed at commercial end users who wish to get ahead of the game for the 2009 season. This means the 'early bird' customer can catch some pretty attractive deals. The promotion includes three machines and is spread over 3 months.
In April, when spring grass grows lush, Etesia's LK 53cm Promotion targets end users looking for a pedestrian rotary to tackle heavy-duty mowing on long grass.
This unique 53cm machine has hydrostatic drive with three driving 'zones' for cutting and collecting on short grass; medium length growth; plus long growth. It has a 6hp Kawasaki engine and a large 85 litre grassbox.
An optional deflector transforms it into a mulching mower. To benefit from the special price, orders must be placed before the end of April.
During the month of May, Etesia's Hydro 100D model BPHP is on offer - (closing date 29th May). This 100cm ride-on rotary has a Perkins 20.5hp 3-cylinder diesel engine. Anti-clog cutting and collecting combined with a top 12kph working speed ensure high productivity.
Hydro 100D has easy-to-use forward and reverse hydraulic drive. It is extremely manoeuvrable with a tight 1.10m-radius turning circle, making it ideal for awkward areas. Other features include: 600 litre grass collector and a 14 litre fuel tank.
The June offer closes on the 3rd July - it is for Etesia's Hydro 100 Evolution. Powered by a Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 18hp petrol engine, this 100cm anti-clog ride-on rotary is perfect for large areas of grass and wild flower meadows.
Hydrostatic drive ; manoeuvrabilty plus operator comfort combine with high output to make the Hydro 100E the contractors' choice. It also efficiently clears autumn leaves, debris and litter off grass and hard surfaces.
Details of the Early Bird Promotion and participating dealers can be found on www.etesia.co.uk or phone 01926 403319 or email email@example.com. Free on site demonstrations can be arranged and all orders must be placed by the closing date, which cannot be extended. Promotional stock is limited, so end users are advised to act soon to avoid disappointment.