Self-propelled lawn mower with 166 cc petrol engine and 70 litre grass collector. Can also be used in rear discharge or mulching mode.
Product details and specs
The STIGA Twinclip 50 S is a powerful petrol-powered lawn mower with a 48 cm cutting width and Extra Collecting (XC) system. The Extra Collecting technology, which teams an innovative blade with a double-cutting edge and an ergonomic steel and aluminium hybrid chassis, delivers superior collection performance with less effort for even the most demanding tasks. The Twinclip 50 S is an efficient, reliable machine powered by a 166 cc STIGA engine with a net power output of 2.6 kW @ 2900 rpm. In addition, the ‘One Motion’ system combines a 70 litre, quick-fit grass collector, a folding handle and centralised cutting height selector for maximum efficiency and manoeuvrability. The cutting height can be adjusted to 7 settings ranging from 25 to 77 mm.
Built today for tomorrow, this model comes with a extended 5-year Warranty. (T&C’s Apply)
Please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, however, if your local dealer has the machine in stock then delivery would normally be much sooner.
This premium delivery service is available free of charge with this model. show moreshow less
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- Durable tools
- Superior power output
- Perfect for the more intense working environment
- Customise performance
- Fast responsive control
What’s in the box
TWINCLIP 50 S
Petrol lawn mower
- Grass bag
- Mulching plug
ST 170 OHV Autochoke Powered by STIGA
Engine rotation speed
Fuel tank capacity
Engine Oil tank capacity
Collecting, Mulching, Rear discharge
Cutting height adjustment
Cutting height positions
Cutting height range
25 – 77 mm
Ergonomic 25 mm adj. by button + soft grip
210/240mm grooved wheels on ball bearings
Textile (plug-in) with warn
Vibration and noise data
Vibration level hand (m/s2)
Measured sound pressure level at operator ear dB(A)
Measured sound power level dB(A)
Guaranteed sound power level (LwA) – dB(A)
Should the grass cutter be protected from rain? All STIGA grass cutters are IPX4 certified, meaning that they are not damaged by rain. However, it is recommended to keep the grass cutter in a garage or store it indoors. Full information can be found in the instruction manual. How should the grass cutter be cleaned after use? We recommend cleaning the grass cutter in the normal way after each use. Before washing the grass cutter, we suggest that any residual grass or top soil is removed using the special STIGA scraper, which can be purchased separately.
Next, the inside of the chassis can be washed with water: connect the hose pipe to the washing link and follow the steps described in the user manual. Which fuel and engine oil are recommended? You should use petrol as fuel. In terms of engine oil, we recommend using the specific STIGA oil, which can be purchased separately. This will guarantee the best engine performance and optimal lubrication. What is the cutting height set to? The cutting height can be adjusted according to desired grass length. If the grass is very long, we recommend first mowing the lawn with the cutting deck in a higher position. Then, mow the lawn a second time with the cutting height set to the desired grass length. For information on cutting height positions, refer to the “Technical specs” section. Read the instruction manual carefully. What cutting deck height is recommended for the mulching function? The mulching system allows you to cut the grass into fine pieces, which remain on the lawn, restore nutrients and support growth.
To use this function, turn off the engine, remove the bag, insert the mulching plug provided and set the chassis height so that the grass will be cut to a length that does not exceed a third of the total grass height of the lawn. How should the oil level be measured? To correctly measure the oil level, you need to make sure the lawnmower is on a flat surface, unscrew the cap which has a built-in dipstick for measuring, clean off any oil on the dipstick and reinsert it without screwing it in. Take the dipstick back out and check the level, which must lie between the MIN and MAX values. Top up, if required, and screw the cap back on. Full details can be found in the engine manual.