Cobra garden machinery are proud to have teamed up with the Breast Cancer Now charity to produce a limited edition pink Cobra GTRM38P electric lawnmower with the aim to help fund the future of breast cancer research.
“We have colleagues, family and friends who have been effected by this life changing illness and so we decided that this would be a great idea to raise money for this excellent charity. Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer research charity and are dedicated to funding research into this devastating disease,” explained Peter Chaloner managing director of Cobra.
The company donates £25 from every sale to the charity and the entire stock will be sold, making a total donation of £5000. The electric machine has a 38cm/15” cutting width and its rear roller will deliver those much sought after stripes.
Grass cuttings are either collected in the 40 litre bag or can be discharged as a mulch to help fertilise the lawn. It has seven different heights of cut and comes with 10 metres of electric cable. The machine has a two year guarantee and sells for £99.99 in specialist Cobra garden machinery dealers. See cobragarden.co.uk for further details.
“We have been delighted with the customer support for our pink mower and plan to offer it for sale again in 2020,” says Peter, “We hope to make even more money for Breast Cancer Now.”
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