Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand mower
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Test report: Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower
The Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower in the videoLawn mowing is an annoying problem for many, especially when it is a loud lawnmower. Since the complaints of the neighbors are pre-programmed, especially the lawn mowing can only be done at certain times. This is precisely the case with the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held lawn mower, because this makes no unnecessary noise.
Lawn mowing without effortThis is promised by the manufacturer, but often the testers look different. Here it was quite different, because the testers were more than satisfied. Especially ideal for smaller gardens, as the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand mower is very manoeuvrable. One tester compared the advantages of a four wheel mower, like moving from a car to a motorcycle. Only this made it much easier to lose without losing the balance. The spindle is operated by the movement of the wheels, which naturally also regulates the cutting speed. With the end result in smaller gardens the testers were all satisfied. Of course, a larger garden was also tested immediately, which was then not to mow through. There was a swing and of course a sandbox and garden furniture.But to the great surprise, this also went really easy, especially no long detours had to be gone. In addition there was no annoying cable as with the electric machine, so there was no complications with this. The Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower was completely independent and yet very quiet.
Small and everywhere to stow awayThis was another positive impression, according to the tester, some things can be done wrong. Since the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower has to be assembled itself, errors can occur. After that, the spindle may not run fault-free, which of course also affects the cutting result. In addition, a setting gauge is supplied, which allows the knives to be adjusted ideally. However, errors can also occur here, which not only makes handling more difficult. However, if you correctly assemble the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower and apply the cutting gauge correctly, you will achieve the desired result. The testers have made these mistakes themselves, although of course the cutting result was no longer satisfactory. Rather, only a part of the lawn was mown, other parts remained untouched. Also no easy pushing was possible, which was then due to the faulty assembly. Therefore, great care should be given here, unless the person concerned is somewhat unskilled in the craft sector. Then the assembly can then turn out to be difficult and thus errors are programmed. The Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held lawnmower can be quickly picked up, if necessary, and it is not necessary to store it.
Information according to manufacturer:-berührungslose spindle technology for a perfect cutting -A particularly quiet cutting system, especially Smooth running -Oberholm with ergonomic shape and moss rubber handle -Schnitthöhenverstellung continuously with a bilateral control scale -easy stowing by collapsing the Holms -additional can be purchased and installed a collection basket
Even suitable for beginnersOf course, the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower also has its limits, especially if the lawn is rather a jungle. It would probably be suitable for the first cut, rather a scythe, but in regular mowing, this is not necessary. In addition, a suitable collection basket can be bought, which means that all the work is done with the mowing. Of course, the prerequisite is that the lawn is mown at regular intervals, as also a spindle mower has its limits. This also applies to other lawn mowers, which are then still difficult to handle and above all loud. This is exactly what our testers have highlighted, which can be used even once in the evening, the lawn can be mown quickly. However, the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower then still has a weakness, just after a downpour. Here the wheels no longer grip the wet or damp lawn. Thus, the spindle can not be operated either. So after a rain shower, the lawn should not be mown, unless someone wants to get upset. Because, of course, the testers have also tried this, but have left it quickly. Because the result was equal to zero, especially the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower was difficult to move. Lagged on the wheels, which slithered more or could not even turn. As a rule, mowing with other mowers is not recommended after a downpour, since the grass is simply too wet. Above all, how quietly the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower does its work, was an essential point, which was more than positively evaluated. Lawn mowing mechanically has also been viewed with heavy work, but this is not the case with the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower. The mowing with this lawnmower was even considered by the testers as a rather walk and also viewed.
All in all, almost all testers were satisfied, with most of the prints being deducted for assembly. Untrained craftsmen can make mistakes here, which prevent the proper operation. Here came more than inadequate results, especially as regards the quality of the cut. Also, the knives could not be adjusted properly, which then led to a rattling. Above all, the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower was difficult to move, which meant that the spindle was no longer working properly. Here the manufacturer might still work, because this promises the simple and, above all, flawless assembly.Unfortunately, was not written, only for practiced people. Therefore, great care should be taken when assembling, and the operating instructions must be carefully observed. Apart from that, all testers were very satisfied with the cutting result, whether it was a smaller or larger garden. The neighbors were not bothered by noise, which makes the Brill RazorCut Premium 33 hand-held mower easy to use even in the evening. The practical collection basket also saves the breakdown of the cut grass. Of course, if you regularly mow, you can simply leave the section lying on the lawn.