Business profile: OMC mowers

The team at OMC has more than 40 years of experience in the industry and the biggest range of mowers in NZ from world-class brands

When you’ve got rough terrain, steep slopes, or big areas to cover, traditional walk-behind or tractor-style ride-on mowers aren’t often up to the task and, in certain situations, can become downright dangerous. Luckily, there are some great options out there that are designed to tackle the tough stuff. The team at OMC has more than 40 years of experience in the industry and the biggest range of mowers in New Zealand from world-class brands, so operators can be sure they’ll have the right one for any job.

Bobcat zero-turn mower in action

For large areas with plenty of obstacles: choose a Scag or Bobcat zero-turn mower

Zero-turn mowers are exceptionally manoeuvrable and easy to operate, allowing a quick trim around trees and other obstacles. Their incredible precision and speed can cut mowing time in half, making them ideal for large lifestyle blocks or golf courses. Both Scag and Bobcat are rated as some of the best in the world for comfort, manoeuvrability, speed, and safety.

Canycom mowers are designed for use on steep slopes

For steep slopes or brush-filled areas: choose a Canycom

Canycom mowers are specially designed for use on steep slopes and have the power to cut through tough brush easily – they’re truly all-terrain. With a super low centre of gravity, the Japanese-made mowers are safe to use on slopes with some models able to tackle slopes up to 30 degrees, and with a shaft drive, you can mow almost anything with no belt hassles.

Scag zero-turn mower

Buy from OMC and be backed by the best

A quality mower is a worthwhile investment, and the team at OMC will make sure you get the right one for the job, no matter what you need it for. And with free, no obligation demos at your property and nationwide coverage, plus, impeccable servicing and aftercare, OMC is a smart choice if you’re looking for a new mower this spring.

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