Bosch ROTAK 43LI Specification

Rotak 43li
  • Average Rating: 3 stars
  • Manufacturer: Bosch
  • Model: Rotak 43li
  • Suitable For: 15ft - 30ft Lawns
  • Type: Electric
  • Design: Rotary
  • Weight: 14.7kg
  • Grassbox Capacity: 50litres
  • Cut Width: 43cm
  • Power: 36volts
  • Self Propelled: No
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Bosch ROTAK 43LI Description

Using the very latest in lithium-ion battery technology, the Bosch Rotak 43 Li combines all the advantages of an electric lawnmower, with cordless usage. There's no petrol to worry about, no electric cables to get caught up in, and a relatively powerful 36V electric motor to slash through the longest of grass.

Unlike the 37 Li model which includes just one battery, each Rotak 43 Li comes with two 36V batteries, allowing continuous cutting across a larger area. Simply swap the batteries over when one becomes depleted. Two batteries, together with the wide 43cm cutting width, make the Bosch Rotak 43 Li suitable for the largest of lawns.

The lithium-ion batteries, capable of up to 700 recharging cycles, weighBosch Rotak 43 Li Battery just 1.2kg, and with a 1 hour charge, provide enough power to mow around 1000 square feet (typically 32ft x 32ft) each. It should be stated however, that longer, tougher vegetation will require more power, thus reducing the coverage area per charge.

Innovative grass combs are featured on the Rotak 43 Li, as with other Bosch models, to allow a close cut right to the edge of your lawn. In addition, at 14.7kg the Bosch Rotak 43 Li doesn't outweigh similar lawnmowers in its class, it's still possible to pick up and carry the 43 Li around the lawn using the integrated carrying handles.

7 heights of cut are selectable, from 3.5cm to 7cm, making the Rotak 43 Li flexible enough to meet your requirements. As with the Rotak 40, there's also a large 50 litre grass collection box mounted on the rear of the mower, reducing emptying trips, and an integrated rear roller, to create the striped effect across your lawn.

Bosch Rotak 43 Li models come with a 2 year parts & labour guarantee.

Bosch ROTAK 43LI Video Review

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Bosch ROTAK 43LI User Reviews

2 July 2012

2 stars

I loved this for just over two years...I'm a middle-aged, small woman and the lightness of this mower meant I could manouevre this easily and mow the grass in our large garden without exhausting myself. It was also nice not having to wait for my husband to do it or getting cable and extension cord tangles. I thought cordless was fantastic and two batteries woud cover our grass even though one of the batteries didn't hold its charge for as long as the other. Just out of the guarantee period, it slowed to a stop with a bit of a burning smell. It appears that the motor has burnt out and it's not as if the grass was long either. To replace the motor would cost almost as much as a new mower. My husband is furious at the shortness of its life for the money we spent on it and I am gutted as I know our next mower will be petrol, and therefore heavy. Maybe we were just unlucky...and it was lovely while it worked, but a Bosche repair man told us that he's seen quite a few that this has happened to.

By Chris Jones

15 April 2012

3 stars

As per John Dover's post, I'm writing this during my enforced "coffee break".

I have the Bosch 43 Li for three years now but:

1. Long grass/first cut of the year:
I have to take the grass box off and rake afterward
2. One battery is definitely not holding the same charge as the other. Would like to get a third battery but the cost is the same as a new electric mower!!!
3. ALWAYS remove the batteries after use...leaving them in will accelerate corrosion of the connectors as described in other reviews
4. Blade...have to sharpen it regularly
5. Lot of moss in my lawn...this mower doesn't cope well

By P Andrews

16 June 2011

2 stars

The battery failed after only about 3 mows and did not mow as much lawn as stated. I ended up charging 4 times to do a small lawn.
No FOC battery supplied, they wanted £267.00.for one.

By Corbydog

10 August 2009

4 stars

Bought this because I have many Bosch products and have been impressed by all of them. This, however, seems a bit flimsy in construction compared with their usual standards. Nevertheless, it does a good job of mowing. Not really suitable for larger lawns - I need three battery charges for my 500sq metre lawn. The two batteries supplied last 25 mins each, enforcing a 35 min "coffee break" while the first battery finishes recharging and enables me to complete the lawn.

By John Dover

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