This is THE BEST Aldi lawnmower 2019 – plus a few more we'd buy

Looking to shop the best Aldi lawnmower 2019? Get ready for your aisle dash...

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Who knew Aldi did lawnmowers? Yes – along with its stormingly gorgeous, super affordable garden furniture range that we reported on yesterday – Aldi sells really well rated garden tools, too. And with the Bank Holiday weekend approaching (anyone else can't wait?), now's the time to buy.

Which is the best Aldi lawnmower 2019? Our pick is the Gardenline electric lawnmower (opens in new tab) (scroll to see more). But if you'd like to browse corded and cordless, petrol and battery powered, you're sure to find something that works for you in our handy round up of Aldi's best rated buys. As with all things at Aldi, we can't be sure how long they'll be around for, so we'd recommend picking up your chosen model as soon as possible. Browse our pick of the best below...

Gardenline Electric Lawnmower | £79.99 (opens in new tab)
Our top pick, this corded mower gets five out of five stars on the Aldi website. It is ergonomic, easily height adjustable and will be stored with ease when not in use. It's got a 60 litre bag with a level indicator, too. Get that lawn in order, now!

Ferrex 40v Cordless Lawn Mower Skin | £85 (opens in new tab)
Tired of tripping  – or mowing – over your lawnmower's cord? Upgrade to a cordless version for just £85. Suitable for medium sized gardens, it's got a 40 litre bag.

40V Lawnmower with Battery & Charger | £130 (opens in new tab)
Designed with a handy, rechargeable battery, you won't have to worry about running over a wire ever again. Plus, battery operated machines are better for the environment than those powered by petrol.

Self-Propelled Petrol Lawn Mower | £199.99 (opens in new tab)
Love a petrol powered mower? This is the one for you.

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Emily first (temporarily) joined the Real Homes team while interning on her summer break from university. After graduating, she worked on several publications before joining Real Homes as Staff Writer full time in mid-2018. She left the brand in 2020 to join the police force but continues to love a second-hand bargain and sourcing unique finds to make her rented flat reflect her personality.