Victa Lawn Mowers

Many Australians have lawns. For people who don’t live in apartment buildings (most of them don’t have a garden yet and therefore won’t read this book), lawn care can be an expensive and time-consuming job. Many people pay weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly fees for mowing and maintaining the lawn, and these costs add up over time. Now, I offer this service to many people myself, but I am still happy to say that if you have the time and energy, it is absolutely cheap to do it yourself. For those who decide to walk the path of self-maintenance, there is always a question: Which lawn mower should I buy? There are many brands of lawn mowers to choose from. Even if you know what brand you want, there are many lawn mowers to choose from for a particular brand, so the whole process gets difficult. Let me take a moment to simplify this choice and get a Vista lawn mower.

Growing up I always had a Vista lawn mower and they were always great. In fact, the only lawn mower I regret buying is the NON Victa lawn mower. As stated on the Victa website, “Victa is an iconic Australian brand with a history spanning more than 55 years.” At the time, they had grown from a small business in New South Wales to a business supplying lawn mowers to many Australian families across Australia.

Victa now offers many different types of lawn mowers, but today I would recommend 3. One is 16 inches, the other is 18 inches, and the other is 19 inches. This number basically indicates how wide the cutting blade is. So 16 inches is most effective for people, they have very few places to mow, and a larger 19 inch lawn is good for people with open grass. I find that for household use, it is generally more suitable for most people than an 18-inch lawn mower. These 3 lawn mowers qualify for “household” use, meaning they are designed for home use, not necessarily for professional everyday use, but most people don’t want to buy a lawn mower for everyday use!

16 ”
Vic’s frigate 400
The Corvette model name is almost as old as Victa itself, and the first Corvette model lawn mower was developed in the mid-1960s. Since then, it has been attached to an extremely sturdy lawn mower. This is a very cost effective model with 4-stroke Briggs and Stratton engines. When I bought a lawn mower I thought it was almost a must! It has an easy to push ball bearing wheel and a lightweight bag catcher. The only downside is that you can only buy them from authorized Victa Gold dealers, but if you can find it I highly recommend this lawn mower!

18 ”
I can easily recommend another Corvette series here, but I will recommend Lawnkeeper18. The main reason is that it is available from more dealers! Lawnkeeper 18 can also be equipped with a 4-stroke Briggs & Stratton engine, has easy-to-push ball-bearing wheels and a strong, rigid plastic guard. Why is it better than Corvette 400? Simply because it is an 18 inch model instead of a 16 inch model. 16 inches is really best for small lawns. If you don’t want to divide the small lawn into “small” grass, consider purchasing the Lawnkeeper 18 model. However, if you can find a dealer, the Corvette 500 is also a very good stock choice.

19 ”
If you are considering buying a 19 inch lawn mower you may find yourself having to mow a lot of lawns so I recommend buying a Victa Tornado self propelled lawn mower. The advantage of this lawn mower is that you don’t have to expend so much energy to propel itself, you just have to instruct it. The downside is that it has to come from somewhere to propel energy, so this model uses more fuel. But it still has a 4-stroke Briggs & Stratton engine, easy to push, with 8-inch ball-bearing wheels, innovative, easy-to-use cover plugs and a multi-function adjustable displacement trap. This mower is a real gem for large lawns!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *