This Bosch Citymower is a cordless lawnmower, that is powered by an 18 Volt Bosch battery, and that of course means no trailing electrical leads to worry about.
The cutting height is 30-60 mm, and also has grass combs. It has a cutting width of 32 cm and a 31 litre sized grass box. It is designed to be used in small urban gardens up to 300 square metres.
Below we review this model in much more detail.
How Online Buyers Rate this Model?
- Overall online buyers gave this an average buyer satisfaction of 90%
- 72% of all those buyers gave this a full 5 star review
- 5% of all buyers gave this mower a poor review
These ratings are based on over 50 online reviews from various websites. This mower is still fairly new to the UK market, but so far it does get mainly good reviews.
What Buyers Say - Pros and Cons
We know how buyers rated this mower, and now we have summarised what those buyers had to say about their purchase. Below we have listed what buyers had to say in the form of a pros and cons table.
Pros & Cons
This is a reliable mower and with a 32 cm cutting width. Many buyers also liked the fact that you can use a single one click height of cut adjustment from 30-60 mm to suit different lawn conditions. This method is much easier than most other mowers.
Some buyers do like to know the full specification and technical details, so we have shown those below.
- Measures 60.29 x 40 x 36.2 cm
- Weighs 9.9 kg
- This is a cordless lawnmower designed for smaller urban gardens
- It has Ergoflex handles that provide comfortable handling and easy control
- The grass combs ensure perfect results on edges and along walls
- It uses a single lever with central control to offer 3 cutting heights from 30-60 mm
- Runs off a Bosch 18V Lithium-Ion battery (4.0 Ah battery)
- It can cut lawns of up to 300 square metres
- Uses a rotary blade
Below you will find a video of this mower. The voice is in German, but you do get to see the actual mower.
With any lawnmower, there are typically a number of key features, and we have shown those below.
This is the width of grass that a mower can cut with one single pass. The width primarily determines the speed at which you can cut your grass at. The larger the width the quicker you can cut your grass, as you will have to do fewer passes. This model has a 32 cms, which is ideal for small to medium sized lawns.
Most mowers will have a range of cutting heights. This Citymower model has an integrated system that makes changing the cutting height of your mower easier than ever. A simple one button operation changes the height of cut from 30 to 60 mm. You have a choice of three settings.
Compact and Powerful
This Bosch model is one of the lightest mowers on the UK market. That makes it easy to move around and easy to store.
The Bosch Brand (Gardening)
Bosch are of course a very well known tool brand. Aside from their high quality tools, they also make a wide range of gardening tools. These range from lawnmowers, lawn rakers, verticutters, trimmers, hedge cutters, chainsaws, leaf blowers shredders and multi-tool systems.
They are a German brand and their garden products are very popular with many UK gardeners. They have 40 locations spread across the UK with over 5,000 employees. In the UK they generate annual revenues of around £3.5 Billion, with the UK being their second largest market.
Our Verdict on the Bosch CityMower 18?
The Bosch ErgoFlex handles reduce strain on the arms and back by providing a perfect mowing posture. It is one of the best value cordless mowers on the UK market.
It can cut up to 300 square metres which is actually quite a size of a garden. The beauty is of course that it is cordless, so you can basically use it anywhere at anytime as long as you have the battery charged.
It takes around 1.5 hours to fully charge a battery and for that you get between 20-30 minutes of use.
If this is not the mower for you, then check out our article on all of the Bosch lawnmower options by clicking here. If you want to find out what other mower options are available, then we strongly recommend reading our UK lawnmower guide.