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The problem with mowing the large property?
As a lawnmower retailer I am very aware of the problem with supplying suitable lawnmowers to large property owners. The problem is that most of the mowers available at a reasonable price are simply not up to the job.John Rodda - Daylesford Mowers & Saws
Here’s the familiar scenario.
The owner of a 5-10 acre property buys a standard ride-on mower (usually $3-$4,000) which goes ok for a while. After a couple of years the mower starts giving trouble and becomes unreliable and costly to run, so he shops around and buys a better one (usually $5-$6,000), and it turns out to be little or no better than the first one. The reason is that neither mower was ever going to be up to the job (they typically last only 400 hours and he is mowing 150 hours per year). Commercial zero turn mowers last 2500 hours and do the job in 50 hours a year and they can mow 3 acres an hour. Commercial zero turn mowers would normally cost around $13-$16,000 but nobody ever considers spending that amount when they can buy a commercial Worldlawn Cobra.Why pay more?
It makes sense for a large property owner to use a Worldlawn cobra. The shorter mowing time, lower operating cost and considerably longer service life makes the choice to own a Worldlawn cobra is an easy one. Freeing up valuable leisure time, saving hard earned money and lessening those trips to the service dealer is what we all want and need. John Rodda - Daylesford Mowers & Saws
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”- Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants