Disappointingly there are really no assembly instructions as such but you can eventually work out how it all fits together.
Unfortunately the power cable does not plugin to the handle as shown in the images online or on the actual packaging. It is permanently connected and even at 10m is really just too short to be useful. This ends up being wound around the handles for storage.
The ergonomic handles are really not very comfortable to use but the four buttons to operate at least make it easy to shift grip and keep mowing.
The height adjustment for cutting is set on the front wheels which works better than at the rear like the old model. On the middle of the five available settings it cut through the patches of longer grass without a problem
The quick releases to flip over the handle at the base are good but you still have to unscrew the middle of the handle for storage. The middle screws are designed so they won't fall off so you just unscrew until they go loose which is nice.
It does collapse down into a small size for storage but only once you split the collector box back in half and nest the two halves together. The box feels flimsy when doing this but functions perfectly otherwise and is easy to empty.
As one of the very few mains powered lawn mowers available now, since battery power has taken over, it's a reasonable price and although not flawless will get the job done in my medium sized urban garden.