Many aspiring Bond villains have tried to bring the world to its knees with a powerful L.A.S.E.R., often without having considered the logistical challenges involved, but what good is holding the world to ransom if you can’t even get your garden to grow? These nefarious figures would be better off trading in their death-rays for the Lazer LZ5043, a powerful cultivator designed to make tending to larger allotments, smallholdings, nurseries and the vegetable gardens of secret volcano hideouts easier than ever before.
There are two things in particular which make this cultivator suited for heavier tilling work, the first of which is its powerful 205cc Briggs & Stratton 900 Series four-stroke petrol engine. Built with overhead valve technology which makes it run cooler and cleaner, this engine offers enhanced fuel economy and a longer service life along with superbly dependable performance. A two-speed gearbox, meanwhile, features both forward and reverse gears for exceptional manoeuvrability, thereby also making it easier to transport the LZ5043 from site to site. Furthermore, with a traditional recoil starter and a hi-tech Magnetron® electronic ignition system included to help ensure consistently trouble-free starting the LZ5043 is just as user-friendly as it is impressively effective.
The second thing about the Lazer LZ5043 which makes it quite so handy when faced with tough cultivation work in gardens, allotments and smallholdings is its set of four sturdy counter-rotating tiller discs. These cutters bite into the soil as the LZ5043’s large powered wheels drive the machine forward, quickly breaking up and turning even densely compacted soil. This makes the LZ5043 able to perform in situations where lesser machines would struggle, such as when working on older lawns or heavily worked ground. With a working width of 43cm, the LZ5043 also offers a pleasing balance between coverage (thus allowing larger areas to be tilled with efficiency) and precision (thereby ensuring effectiveness when working with narrow rows of crops). The working depth, meanwhile, can be set to a maximum of 15cm by simply adjusting the height of the seven-step tine shield, which also works to deflect mud, soil, stones and other debris thrown up by the cutters while you are working.
The Lazer LZ5043 also features a few handy ergonomic features to make tough soil cultivation work a little easier, such as the height adjustable handlebar which offers quick access to all controls, and the pneumatic high grip chevron tyres which improve handling and help to ensure safe, stable operation. All of these factors make this a great machine for dedicated home gardeners, smallholders and even allotment owners (where one machine can be shared between several users), providing brilliant performance and convenience wherever frequent tilling work is required.