The 10 bladed Atco Clipper 20 Club
Atco Clipper 20 Club Cylinder Mower


20" Atco Cylinder Mower powered by Briggs & Stratton engine. Heavy Duty construction, with 10 blades cylinder

Product: Atco Clipper 20 Club Cylinder MowerCategory: Petrol powered Lawn MowersAttributes: Atco , Collect Only , Briggs and Stratton , Pull Start , Cylinder Mower , Large. 50cm (20") and overTags:
Back to Petrol powered Lawn Mowers

For the very finest of lawns you need to be cutting with the very finest of mowers and there is nothing to beat the finish achieved by a traditional cylinder mower., especially one like this with a 10 bladed cylinder  

We have found these Atco mowers to be of superb quality with their chain drive and heavy duty steel chassis. They offer quality to compete with machines costing 3 or 4 times as much. 

The Atco Clipper 20 Club has Briggs & Stratton  800 series 205cc4-stroke engine, as well as power drive and a centrifugal clutch with variable forward speed controlled via the engine throttle.

A single control point enables adjudtment of height from 4mm to 27mm. The Clipper 20 Club model has a  10 bladed cylinder producing 188 cuts per metre and that very finest of cuts.
Steel front and rear rollers  are fitted to Clipper mowers for strength, as well as producing those perfect stripes and grass is collected in a Ploypropylene 62 litre front box.
Engine BrandBriggs & Stratton
Engine Type800 Series
Engine Capacity205cc
Starting MethodRecoil
DriveSelf Propelled
Cutting Width50cm / 20"
Cutting Heights4-27mm (Variable within Range)
Cutting CylinderSteel – 10 blades
Cuts Per Metre188
Cutting Height AdjustmentSingle Lever
FinishLawn Stripes
Collector62 Litres
Lawn Size50m x 50m
Collapsible HandlesQuick Release
Safety FeaturesOperator Presence Control
Warranty5 Years (Terms & Conditions Apply)
dB(A) Rating98

The engine of this machine requires SAE10w30 oil. The engine will be filled prior to delivery, but subsequent oil changes will require 0.6  litres of oil. We suggest that a first oil change is carried out at roughly 10 hours use, then on an annual basis.

We would also suggest that an annual service is carried out.

The engine is designed to run on standard unleaded fuel, but please be aware that this fuel will go stale very quickly so it is best to use fuel that is less than 60 days old or engine problems can occur.

We recommend the use of ASPEN 4 fuel as it will last indefinitely without going stale, so peak performance and starting is always guaranteed. ASPEN 4 is however more expensive than standard petrol and can be purchased in sealed 5 litre cans from ourselves at the Colaton Raleigh shop.

Your Contact Details

Your Enquiry