INTRODUCING OUR SUPPLIERS
Cobra Garden Machinery was launched in 2013 and is supported by Henton & Chattell Ltd, giving Cobra Garden the benefit of over 85 years experience in the Garden Machinery and Horticultural Industry. The Cobra Garden range is constantly expanding and now consists of over 130 products to cover both your domestic and professional requirements. Cobra incorporates a comprehensive range of petrol, electric and cordless lawnmowers, handheld machines and lawncare products.
Mountfield has been a number one UK brand for over 50 years and our lawnmowers, lawn tractors and garden care products all share a reputation for outstanding quality and reliability. Mountfield began manufacturing rotary lawnmowers at premises in Maidenhead in 1962; the modern, high specification machines of today bear little resemblance to their ancestors but all share a common ethos of quality and value for money - which has helped to make Mountfield one of the leading lawnmower manufacturers for over 50 years
Briggs & Stratton is the world's largest producer of air-cooled petrol engines for outdoor power equipment. Headquartered in Milwaukee, USA, the company designs, manufactures, markets, and services these products for original equipment manufacturers worldwide. For 100 years we've been building the engines that power the equipment people use to get the job done. That's the reason consumers look for the Briggs & Stratton brand when they shop for power equipment.
90 Years of expertise
When it comes to chainsaws and garden power tools, STIHL has been setting the standards for over 90 years. Combining state-of-the-art engineering, quality design, and excellent service, there is no wonder why our products can be found in over 160 countries around the world
Qualcast is dedicated to maintaining the reputation of British gardens and has been supplying UK gardeners with the tools they need to keep our grass green. Since 1920, the brand has been a favorite amongst gardeners and has gone on to contribute to the advances in technology that have led to the popular products of today, such as the Qualcast petrol lawnmower and Qualcast cordless hedge trimmer. The brand offers a range of power tools and hand tools that are reliable, durable and provide you with the flawless performance your garden needs.
In 1978 the first Honda mower was made with a 4-stroke engine. Now there's a model for every garden
Hayter has been designing and producing premium quality lawn mowers at its headquarters in Hertfordshire since 1946 and in 2016 celebrated its 70th year in business.
Lawnflite is a trading name of E P Barrus Ltd, a Great British Company founded in 1917. Barrus has an unrivalled reputation for marketing and manufacturing quality machinery for a wide range of markets. Barrus is the 'Power Behind many Brands'.
E P Barrus Ltd is a family Company co-owned with MTD Products Inc., who have grown to become one of the largest producers of outdoor power equipment in the world, with manufacturing operations in the USA, Canada and throughout Europe. They enjoy the support of a global network of dealers who share in their long-standing philosophy of dedication, integrity and, above all, customer service.
Throughout the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, we continued to develop our professional mower range with the introduction of the 20″, 24″, 30″, 34″ and 42″ cut machines and by the early years of the current millennium, our professional cylinder mower range comprised specialist mowers for golf and bowling greens, sports stadiums, cricket wickets, and outfields as well as public and private parks and gardens
Flymo is part of the world’s largest producer of outdoor power products, and our success has been brought about by our determination to be the innovators within the garden care industry, making the lives of gardeners easier. The British invention of the hovercraft was the inspiration for Swedish lawnmower manufacturer Karl Dahlman to invent a flying lawnmower. A lawn mower floating on a cushion of air…Flymo, for short – a brilliant idea in 1964, and a brilliant idea today! It wasn’t long before the idea ‘took off’ and the company grew from strength to strength during the 1970’s, building lawnmowers in its UK factory, where they are still manufactured today