Flymo 33cm Metal Lawnmower Blade

Stock Number: ES551775

Manufactured by Flymo

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Flymo Lawnmowers

Description

33cm Metal Lawnmower Blade

Get your lawn in tip top shape with this replacement Flymo lawnmower blade. It's important to cut your lawn with a sharp blade as blunt blades can rip or tear grass from the roots, damaging your greenery and causing your lawn to become patchy over time.

Specification:

  • Size: 33cm

This is a genuine Flymo spare part and will fit the mowers listed in the list of appliances.

How to replace a Flymo blade

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (133 customers)
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    By - Hertfordshire

    The blade itself was ok, fitting easy, on E-Spares video it says to fix with the marking saying this side to grass, my new blade did not show it ??.
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    By - isle of islay Scotland

    This latest flymo blade from e-spares is the best ever. Now comes with a teflon type coating which stays cleaner and cleans easily when mowing is over. The cut is just as good too.
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    By - Northampton

    This a a genuine Flymo branded part. Works well. Easy to fit. A bit pricey but in line with other retailers.

Ask & Answer

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  • Q my flymo blades dont rotate anymore 2 Answers

    my flymo works fine but the blades dont rotate any more is this due to worn out spacer washers?

    By galiffrey - Gravesend - 14 February 2011

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      you must have checked the belt,take the blade and spacers off and see if it is turning.if it is and the belt is ok then check the spacers have the pips on it and the blade is located properly on the pips.

      By diamond41 - CARDIFF - 02 July 2011

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      you must have checked the belt,take the blade and spacers off and see if it is turning.if it is and the belt is ok then check the spacers have the pips on it and the blade is located properly on the pips.

      By diamond41 - CARDIFF - 02 July 2011

  • Q Require a Spare Blade 1 Answer

    HI... I own a Flymo Turbo Light 330 mower with a 33cms (13") metal blade and now require a replacement, my model is the TL330 hoping you will be able to please advise. information on current blade is WP 5118357-00 Thanks Dave

    By Dave - Aberlour - 28 September 2014

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      This is a suitable replacement for this part.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 September 2014

  • Q dose the plastic bolt holdfing the blade undo in a clockwise or anti clockwise direction 1 Answer

    By jim - mid-wales - 17 March 2014

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      Anticlockwise to remove see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/10/1138/how-to-replace-a-flymo-lawnmower-blade

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 March 2014

  • Q do you sharpen new blade when it arrives 1 Answer

    Flymo 33cm Metal Lawnmower Blade

    By Dave - Dudley - 15 July 2012

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      Not that I'm aware of. I didn't and it cuts perfectly.

      By Paulso20 - UK - 31 July 2012

  • Q I have a Flymo micro lite mower. Which is a suitable replacement blade? 1 Answer

    By Mariyum - Sheffield - 09 June 2009

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      Hi Mariyum, the blade for the Microlite is this one: http://www.espares.co.uk/part/lawnmowers/flymo/p/1116/283/0/0/551773/lawnmower-plastic-blades-.html

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 27 July 2009