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Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 Review

The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 has a 1700W motor and a 45 cm wide hardened steel blade that is intended for medium to large lawns. By reducing the noise level of your lawnmower by up to 75% to 89 dB, the Bosch ProSilence prevents your lawnmower from annoying your neighbours. Review of the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750

What’s the difference between the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 and the Bosch AdvancedRotak 650? Apart from the 650’s somewhat lower deck size, there isn’t much difference. The deck size on the AdvancedRotak 750 is 45 cm, while the deck size on the AdvancedRotak 650 is 41 cm. Apart from that, the two mowers are identical in every way, including the grass box, which has a 50-litre capacity.

The Bosch brand is very well-known, and they have a solid reputation for producing high-quality, low-cost items. The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 is a strong machine capable of handling larger lawns while being agile and manoeuvrable. The powerful 1700 watt motor will easily handle any lawn, and the 45 cm blade will get the job done quickly.

The ErgoSlide System is another feature. This feature makes manoeuvring the lawn mower much easier and more pleasant. The ergonomic handles make it even easier to operate.

The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 model also includes grass combs for perfect edges and corners, as well as LeafCollect to collect leaves while you mow.

Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 Main Features

  • For lawns of up to 750 m²
  • Blade length: 45 cm
  • Weight: 16 Kg
  • Number of Cutting Height: 7 (20mm – 80mm)
  • Grass box capacity: 50 L
  • 1700w Power
  • Cable length: 10m

Power System


The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 has a 1700 watt strong motor that allows it to cut larger and more demanding lawns while maintaining a professional cut. This is aided by the wide number of cutting heights available, which I shall discuss later in this review.

This is a good-sized motor that can handle lawns that have grown thicker and longer between trims. When the AdvancedRotak 750 was tested for the first time in April of this year, it made quick work of my grass.

Another fantastic feature of this mower is the ProSilence, which reduces the motor’s noise level by up to 75%. I was sceptical at first, but the low noise level of what is a fairly strong motor pleasantly pleased me.

Power Lead


A 10-meter power cable is included with the lawnmower. If you need more range, you’ll need an extension cord. For all electric mowers, this length of power cable is very normal.

Blade


The blade on the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 is 45 cm long and hardened and ground steel. While they will need to be sharpened from time to time, they will give you a clean, tidy cut and are highly resilient. Parts are readily available and fairly priced if you ever need to replace them.

The 45 cm size is suitable for medium to large lawns since it provides a nice balance of speed and efficiency while being manoeuvrable.

The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 comes with a single blade that provides customers with two very useful features…

Metal blades wear down less quickly than plastic blades, requiring you to change your lawnmower blades less frequently.


Metal blades are sharper and produce a cleaner cut to the grass blade, resulting in a neater, tidier, and superior lawn and garden finish. Metal blades, unlike plastic blades, may be sharpened as needed, as previously indicated.


LeafCollect


The LeafCollect Blade comes standard on both the 650 and 750 models, which not only cuts the grass perfectly but also gathers leaves for convenient disposal. This feature is quite astounding, as it “vacuums” the leaves while also neatly cutting the grass, leaving no chopped up leaves to clean up. Thank you, Bosch, for a feature that will make mowing the grass a little easier and faster.

A replacement blade for the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 may be purchased for roughly £30 for a genuine replacement. Anyone with basic DIY knowledge and tools can replace the blade pretty easily.

Changing The Blade Height


It’s critical that your lawn mower is highly adaptable to handle diverse lawn kinds and seasons. On the front and rear wheels, the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 offers seven different settings ranging from 20mm to 80mm. Wow! There are seven height adjustments available! This is pretty impressive because some of the mowers I’ve tested just have three, so no matter what kind of lawn you have or what your seasonal demands are, this mower will be completely customizable for you.

Don’t hurry in and trim your lawn on a very low setting if you’ve let it grow for a while. Rather, start with a higher setting and gradually lower it. This will prevent your lawn from looking messy and patchy, as well as shearing portions of it.

Is having seven different cutting lengths superior than the competition? Yes, of course. Some mowers at this price point only have three height adjustments, but the majority will have five, thus it easily outperforms the competition.

When I was getting ready to mow my lawn, the integrated height adjustment immediately stood out to me. Some of the mowers I’ve tested make it difficult to adjust the height; this usually happens when the height adjustment lever is towards the front of the mower or when you have to turn the mower over and manually adjust the front and rear wheels separately.

The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 comes with an inbuilt height adjustment feature that is quite useful and makes height adjustment a breeze. The handle is in the middle of the mower, and there is a nicely placed button that is pressed to raise or lower it. See my movie for a demonstration of how useful this feature is.

BladeCutting Diameter

The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750’s 45 cm cutting diameter is perfect for medium to large gardens. The ergonomic design and smooth running wheels allow you to zoom about the lawn quickly while maintaining precision and ease of movement around curves and edges.

Remember that a tennis court is roughly 260m2 and that 45cm is one of the larger deck widths, suited for lawns up to 750m2.

If you appreciate the features Bosch has packed into this mower but want a lower deck size, the AdvancedRotak 650 with a smaller deck size of 41 cm would be a good option.

Grass Box Capacity


Having a huge grass box has its advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand, this means that all of the scraps are collected, and you’ll have to empty it out less frequently. The lawnmower will be significantly lighter and easier to manoeuvre with a smaller grass box or no grass box.

Both the AdvancedRotak 750 and the AdvancedRotak 650 have a big 50-litre grass box, which makes sense given that both mowers are meant for larger lawns. The 750 mower compacts the grass cuttings into this very big grass box, resulting in fewer visits to the compost for emptying. Although the 750 becomes heavier as the grass box fills, I had no trouble manoeuvring the mower about the lawn. Having said that, I don’t have any steep inclines in my garden, but I suppose you could empty the grass box before it becomes entirely full or heavy.

The grass box does include a helpful indicator that indicates when it is getting full, which is a good addition that not all mowers have.

On both the 750 and 650, the grass box has a solid top and bottom, as well as a woven material side. This allows the grass gathering box to be folded flat and stored efficiently. There are a few minor drawbacks to using this style of grass gathering box:-

When in use, the material is more prone to tearing damage; nonetheless, the material is of good quality and should not be an issue if properly cared for.
Due to the fact that the grass collection box folds flat, there are two fold-able arms at the box opening that hinder and restrict the flow of the cuttings during emptying. In addition, because the Bosch 750 compacts the cuttings so well, a firm shaking of the collecting box is required to eject all of the clippings.
These are minor concerns, but I felt you should be aware of them.

Safety Features


Another notable attribute of Bosch products is their excellent safety record. Any lawnmower can be deadly if not handled properly, but Bosch has done everything they can to make the AdvancedRotak 750 as safe as possible without sacrificing its performance.

The lawnmower comes with a comprehensive and easy-to-understand safety manual, and if you follow these directions, you should have no problems.

Bosch has also maintained vibrations and noise to an unusually low level for a mower of this power with the ProSilence technology.

It complies with all major national and international quality and safety regulations.

Another built-in safety feature is double insulation, which eliminates the possibility of electrical shock under normal settings and usage. It also features an overheat protection feature to keep the motor from overheating. The motor will turn off when it reaches a particular temperature. It can only be used again once it has cooled to a safe temperature.

There is a safety button that must be held in order for the starter grip to be triggered, like with all corded lawnmowers. With the AdvancedRotak 750, there is no additional replaceable safety key.

Roller (Stripes)


There’s good news! A rear roller on the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 creates a striped lawn effect.

Mulching


The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 does not come with a mulching attachment , but one may be ordered separately.

Verdict


The Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 is an excellent all-around mower for medium-to-large lawns.

The build quality is what you’d expect from Bosch, with a sturdy feel to all aspects of the mower, including the rubber tyres on the wheels. This is a huge mower with a powerful 1700w motor that is designed to handle larger lawns and more difficult lawns, such as longer, thicker grass.

The seven various cutting heights and the simple approach to alter the height from the central lever are two features I enjoy about this mower. This is significant because many competitors have a single lever positioned at the front of the mower with which you must wrestle to adjust the height. Another wonderful feature is the large 50-liter grass box, which folds flat and includes a display that says “grass box full.” Well done, Bosch.

Yes, it isn’t the cheapest mower on the market, but you get what you paid for. Remember that you get the Ergonomic and ErgoSlide handles, which serve to make the entire mowing experience that much easier by allowing you to adjust the mower to your most comfortable posture while mowing your lawn. There are four power buttons, two on the upper grips and two on the lower grips, which make it simple to turn curves while maintaining power. This mower is incredibly quiet for a mower of this size and power, as the ProSilence technology decreases noise by up to 75% to a very manageable 75 decibels.

When this mower is folded away for storage, don’t forget about the LeafCollect blades and the tiny footprint.

Overall, the Bosch AdvancedRotak 750 is a terrific mower with many of functions to make mowing your lawn a little easier and more enjoyable.

AdvancedRotak 750 UK
  • ProSilence: Never be caught out by loud lawnmowers again.
  • The integrated system makes changing the cutting height of your mower easier than ever.
  • ErgoSlide: Mow with less effort but maximum control.
  • Leaf Collect: Use your lawnmower to pick up autumn leaves effectively.
  • The collapsible grass bag can easily be folded down for storage while delivering an impressive 50 litres of debris collection for less emptying.

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