In the 1950s and 60s Webb made a range of tiny working mowers for children. These were manual roller mowers similar to the range of adult machines made by that company but were only 1ft 9in high and had an 8 inch cut. Drive from the roller to the blades was by rubber belt. Small tin grass boxes were fitted and these bore either the Webb name inside an oval or the later Webb "striped lawn" logo. It is doubtful whether safety standards would allow these to be made today.