Flymo Lawnmower Cutting Disc Kit

Stock Number: ES929992

Manufactured by Flymo

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Flymo Lawnmowers


Lawnmower Cutting Disc Kit

Get your lawnmower cutting to it's full potential with this genuine Flymo replacement kit. Like most Flymo parts this cutting disc is exceptionally easy to fit.

This kit includes:

  • Cutting disc
  • 2x Plastic blades

This is a genuine spare part for select Flymo lawnmowers. Please check the list of appliances before purchase to ensure that this is the right part for your appliance.

How to replace a Flymo cutting disc

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 4.9 out of 5 (206 customers)
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  • Fit for purpose

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    By - Plymouth

    After thinking that I may have to buy another mower, I scoured the internet for a possible spare part and discovered espares. The part was not only available but a short video showed how simple it was to fit. My order arrived in about 3 days and I was able to fit the part exactly as the video demonstrated.
  • As good as new

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    By - Winchester

    This was exactly as described and no different to the cutting disc that it was replacing.The mower is fully functionable again.
  • Very simple repair to flymo

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    By - London

    The cutting disc on the lightweight Flymo mowers is an oval plastic spinner with little circular cutout 'nests' in which the rounded ends of the two plastic cutting blades are seated. When the blades strike stones or the assembly suffers some unusual mechanical stress the molded body of the spinner can crack along the thinnest part of the 'nest', causing the blade to be ejected like a tiny bullet under centrifugal force. Each time the blade is replaced it is shot out again. The only way to correct this fault is to replace the spinner (called the 'cutting disc'), which luckily is very easy to do. The assembly simply comes away from the wheel by twisting and pulling, like removing a 'bayonet' electric light bulb from its socket. The new assembly is fitted in exactly the same way but twisting in the opposite direction. You need to hold the spindle still by gripping the plastic fan-blade assembly while you do this. No tools are needed, a firm grip is sufficient. Once fitted the efficiency of the Flymo is restored to new. The entire job takes under five minutes to complete.

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  • Q Cutting disc for micro lite lawn mower looks exactly like others but your page says it won't fit ? 1 Answer

    By Popapoopy - Nottinghamshire - 16 July 2014

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      In order for us to answer your question or source the exact part you require please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 July 2014

  • Q price please 1 Answer

    i have flymo mico compact 30 do you have a cutting head and blades to suit, if so how much regards kev

    By cattell6666 - 11 May 2009

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      well it fitted on my Flymo Micro (couldent tell you which one) ok, had been looking in all my diy places for one and no one sells them, and this one was the cheapest i could find on line too.

      By timreed23 - Birmingham - 21 May 2009