Black Friday lawn mower deals: have a tidy up with these Cyber Monday sales

Don't miss the last chance to grab top Black Friday lawn mower deals on robot, cordless, petrol and manual mowers in the Cyber Monday sales

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Our best Black Friday lawn mower deals will have you longing for a mower upgrade, even if mowing the lawn isn't top of your gardening priorities over the winter months. A cut price mower is perfect for upping your lawn maintenance game and as it isn't high season for buying, there are some brilliant discounts around for Cyber Monday as retailers look to make way for new product lines next year.

In even better news, we have found a few of our favourites from our list of the best lawn mower are on sale too for Cyber Monday, so you know they are worth the investment. But there are plenty of other bargains from every brand for you to browse too.

These Black Friday lawn mower deals aren't just for people who don't have a working mower at home either – some of you might have been thinking of a trade up to a different type. Maybe you've been considering upgrading to one of the latest cordless models for more mowing flexibility? Or perhaps you're keen to test out the latest technology and let a robot lawn mower do all the hard work for you instead? 

From budget-friendly buys that will easily manage small city lawns to feature-packed cordless designs that can handle large lawns and long grass, we've put together our top selection of deals available right now. With several offers under £100, you won't have to blow the budget to get your lawn in shape. 

So keep scrolling for the best Cyber Monday lawn mower deals. Then for more offers for keeping your outside space looking its best, check out our top picks of the best Black Friday garden deals.

Where to shop for the best Black Friday lawn mower deals?

The best Black Friday lawn mower deals

Not sure what type you want to buy in the Cyber Monday lawn mower sales? Perhaps the prices of our top rated mowers will help you decide. See them below, then scroll on to shop by categories including robot, petrol and cordless.

Our best-rated lawn mowers at their best prices:

Cordless lawn mower deals

The best cordless lawn mowers are so much more convenient than corded models and don't need fossil fuel like a petrol mower. The thing is though, because of all of the benefits, they sometimes cost a little more. Or so you would think. 

These Black Friday cordless lawn mower deals make it very affordable to switch to an easier way to mow. Prices start from just over £100 for Cyber Monday.

Gtech Cordless CLM50 Lawnmower | Was £499.99, now £399.99 at Amazon (save £100) (opens in new tab)
We gave the stylish looking Gtech CLM50 cordless lawn mower (opens in new tab) a Gold rating when reviewing it for Gardeningetc, so this is a brilliant opportunity to bag a fantastic buy with 20% off. We loved its impressive run time of 40 minutes on a single charge, and the battery can be fully recharged in just an hour. There's a 42cm cutting width, adjustable cutting heights and a large 50L grass collector bin. Once the grass box is removed, the handle folds down neatly on top to make it more compact for easy storage. Get it while you can. 

Mountfield Electress 30L Cordless Lawnmower | Was £145, now £104 at Amazon (save £41) (opens in new tab)
The price of the Electress 30 Litre Cordless Lawnmower from Mountfield has been shaved down to just £104 on Amazon – the lowest we have seen – meaning you can pick up this battery-powered mower for 35% less.

Einhell 18V Cordless 33cm Lawn Mower | Was £139.99, now £114.99 at Robert Dyas (save £25) (opens in new tab)
This is the slightly smaller sibling of the Einhell 18/33 cordless we reviewed (opens in new tab) (and loved). It can cut up to 150m2 on one charge so is well suited to smaller gardens, but has fast charging and plenty of oomph. At under £120, it is a great way to go cordless for less.

Bosch Cordless Lawnmower CityMower 18 | Was £269.99, now £160.60 at Amazon (save £109.39) (opens in new tab)
Save over £50 on this Bosch Cordless Lawnmower with 18V battery for more freedom while maintaining your garden. The ErgoFlex handles make doing the job less work for your body, and you can adjust the height of the blades at intervals between 30-60mm to customise the cutting length. We rated it 4 stars in our Bosch Citymower review (opens in new tab).

Cobra MX3440V Cordless Lawn Mower (with Battery + Charger) | £232.99 now £209.99 at Just Lawn Mowers (save £23) (opens in new tab)
Ideal for small lawns, this cordless model has a 34cm cutting width, five cutting heights and a 35L fabric grass bag. The battery can be 80% charged in just 45 minutes. Comes with a two-year warranty. 

Flymo EasiStore 300R Li Cordless Rotary Lawn Mower
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£239 now £209 at Currys (save £30) (opens in new tab)
This nifty mower has a battery life of 35 minutes, so is a good option for small to medium size lawns. It has a 30L grass box, and the space-saving handle folds down for storage. 

Hyundai HYM40LI420P 40 Volts Cordless Lawnmower | Was £319, now £279 at AO (save £40) (opens in new tab)
Save £40 on this 5 star rated cordless lawn mower. It has a 45L grass bin and 30 minute run time, making it suited to larger lawns. Cutting heights are between 25 and 75mm and a mulching plug gives you the option to let the clippings fertilise your lawn.

Mac Allister MLM18-Li Cordless 18V Push Lawnmower | Was £98, now £89 on B&Q (save £9) (opens in new tab)
This compact, cordless lawn mower is perfect for gardens up to 120m2 and ideal where a power connection is not available. It has a 32cm cutting width and a 30L grass box. It also features five cutting heights and an adjustable handle for easy storage.

Petrol lawn mower deals

If you want to be cord-free, but would prefer fuel to batteries, these petrol lawn mower deals are for you. They tend to be best suited to very big gardens so we have chosen some with large grass boxes to fit the bill.

Einhell Petrol Lawn Mower GC-PM 40/1 S | Was £229.95, now £179.99 at Amazon (save £49.96) (opens in new tab)
Offering seven different cutting heights, a 40cm cutting width and a 45L grass collector box, this petrol mower is suitable for lawns of all sizes. The long handle folds down for easy storage. 

Electric lawn mower deals

Affordable electric mowers do need plugging in, but if you have a small garden or lots of power points in reach this is no problem. They are often less than half the price of cordless and petrol models too, so if you want a good but cheap mower, look no further – and they're on offer!

Einhell GE-EM 1233 1250W Electric Lawn Mower | £119.95 now £75.99 at Amazon (save £43.96) (opens in new tab)
If you don't want to have to charge a battery to use your lawn mower, this corded model from Einhell is worth a look with 375 off. You'll get a 33cm cutting width, five cutting heights and a 30L grass box capacity.  

Bosch Rotak 34R Electric Lawnmower | £115 now £75.92 at Amazon (save £39.08 at Amazon) (opens in new tab)
With a 1300W motor, a 34cm cutting width and multiple cutting heights, this mower is suitable for small to medium lawns (up to the size of a tennis court). Its lightweight and easy to carry too.

FLYMO HoverVac 250 Corded Hover Lawn Mower | Was £86.99 now £76.99 at Currys (save £10) (opens in new tab)
For small lawns, this budget-friendly hover mower is a good option. It's really lightweight so is very easy to use, plus the handle folds down for easy storage in small sheds. 

Black + Decker BEMWH551GL2-GB Hover Lawnmower and Grass Trimmer | £59 at AO (opens in new tab)
This bundle means you can keep your lawn neat and tidy for under £60. Including a highly rated mower with 10m cord and grass trimmer with 6m cord, this is the perfect deal for people who have just taken on a small garden and have no tools for upkeep.

Flymo Speedi-Mo 360C Electric Wheeled Lawn Mower | Was £134.99, now £108.36 at Amazon (save £26.63) (opens in new tab)
Save 20% on this Flymo Speedi-Mo 360C Electric Wheeled lawn mower. You will get you an easy-to-operate mower with five length settings for perfectly cut grass, a removeable grass box and 12m cable.

Robot lawn mower deals

Robot lawn mowers often need a pretty hefty budget. But if you can get one they do save you hours and hours on lawn maintenance. So, if you have been looking to treat yourself to one, Cyber Monday is definitely the time. 

See some of the lowest prices below from our pick of the best robot lawn mowers.

Flymo EasiLife 150 GO Robotic Lawn Mower | Was £569.99, now £384.99 at Amazon (save £185) (opens in new tab)
A great choice for smaller gardens, this hi-tech robot mower can easily handle lawns up to 150sqm in size. This clever garden helper can adapt its schedule based on the weather to ensure it mows in optimum conditions. Simply control it via Bluetooth and let it do all the hard mowing work for you. 

WORX WR130E S300 Landroid Robotic Mower | Was £599.99, now £498 at Amazon (save £101.99) (opens in new tab)
With five cutting height adjustments, this clever mower is suited for lawns up to 300sqm. It will adjust its cutting schedule to suit the conditions and can cut incredibly close to the edge of the lawn so as not to leave sections untouched. Got a bigger lawn? It's also available in other sizes that will cope with larger areas of lawn. 

Gtech RLM50 Robot Lawnmower | £899.99 now £719.99 at Robert Dyas (save £180) (opens in new tab)
Once you've set up this robot mower it will manage its own cutting cycles and battery use, returning to its dock to recharge when necessary. It has three different cutting modes and seven cutting heights. It also comes with an anti-tamper device to avoid unwanted use.

Beth's first journalism job was working for Real Homes magazine more than 18 years ago. It cemented her love of all things homes- and garden-related and she's never looked back since. She's worked for  and contributed to a number of leading magazines in the UK, including Ideal Home magazine, Period Living magazine, Grand Designs magazine and Good Homes magazine amongst others, before returning to Real Homes magazine as editor. Now the editor of Gardeningetc.com, Beth's attention is firmly outdoors, and she's constantly inspired by how people make use of their outdoor space. 

Her own garden is a really important part of her family's home, and they were lucky enough to inherit a space with lots of lovely mature planting when they bought their 1930s property. 

Since then, they've built several raised beds for a veg patch, increased the size of the flowerbeds to find room for yet more of her favourite David Austin roses and her husband's collection of hostas, created an outdoor living room complete with comfy sofas and festoon lights, and not forgetting the biggest challenge of all – trying to fit in the ever changing assortment of trampolines, climbing frames and outdoor toys that are inevitable when you have two young kids!