Canycom CM 1402 Slope & Brush Mower

$15,520.00 incl GST

The CM1402 is a step up from the CM1401 with the addition of a mechanical 4WD drive train. A powerful and reliable shaft driven deck and bi-metal blades, based on the metallurgy of the famous Sumurai sword means this mower will go places.

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The CM1402 brings commercial mowing home – offering all the Canycom benefits as a fully mechanical 4WD mower. For properties with demanding slopes and long brush, this machine brings a full commercial feature set to an easily affordable price point.

Easily tackle steep slopes, rough terrain and cut through saplings up to a whopping 36mm in diameter – a quality maintenance machine for properties with demanding requirements.

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Key Specifications & Benefits
  • Subaru Robin 14.5hp Engine
  • 2WD / 4WD operation for increased climbing ability and traction.
  • Dual range transmission for increased pulling and climbing power
  • Ultra low seat height for better stability when mowing on slopes
  • Super low centre of gravity for slope performance
  • Ultra tough shaft drive, providing maximum torque and reduced maintenance - no deck belts!
  • Easy and safe control layout, easy to drive
  • Compact mowing width for maneuvrability and speed
  • Tight turning radius
  • Diff lock for ultimate traction
  • Comfortable ride and easy operation
  • Made in Japan

The CMX1402 is a true all terrain mower which outperforms anything else available on the market at this price point.

Product reviews

Lloyd Canham - 2016-12-15

Waiheke Island

I'm very pleased with my purchase, I asked other users about Canycom - other users highly praise, especially commercial contractors

  • Customer reviews 1

    David - 06/10/2017 9:29am

    This mower is a beast. It mows straight through gorse and bracken and I have used it to smooth out bumps and level soil on steep and muddy bush trails. I have a steep bush block and the 4WD has never let me down, including safely mowing up and down 30 degree slopes.

    Mechanically it is very solid, with a mechanical drive train (so none of the pulley/belt/deck issues of some other mowers) and a lockable diff. Maneuverability is good, with a decent turning circle but obviously it won't compete with a zero-turn in this respect. The blades are incredibly tough, I have occasionally taken chunks out of 4x4 timber, split rocks and scalped gravel paths with barely a scratch on the blades. The ability to flip the blades to get maximum life out of a set is good too.

    These mowers sell themselves on a property with moderate-to-steep slopes. The demo was a revelation and after hearing horror stories of friends and neighbors' tractor mowers flipping and zero-turns spinning down similar slopes it was an easy choice to make.

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