This is the best mower I have ever had. Design features are a cut above all others. Robust, lightweight, maintenance fee
Very easy, all lawn grasses, battery change no problem. Best catcher design. So light, Best for 78 yr old! Congratulations on best lawn mower. Maintenance free, easy to clean. Proud owner.
adequate for normal lawn, plenty of power, excellent battery capacity. very pleased. Robust.
Replaced an Aldi Ferrex 80 volt 20 inch which had battery failure in 11 months,got $400 refund so bought this Ozito 18 inch at Bunnings for $350 including two batteries,3 Amp/hr each,and charger. It's just as good, even better, lighter. Cuts perfectly, plenty of grunt, batteries lasted front/back/drive/nature strip, medium block with elaborate gardens paths edges.3 year warranty on batteries. Mower very well engineered, and good motor and electronics(so far). Impressed. going to buy hedge trimmer and whipper snipper skins soon because use same...batteries.Easy sloping block, even terrain, catcher catches a lot. I cannot find any fault and am very pleased, especially since I believe its quite cheap.Oh, there's no side chute throw nor a mulcher function but I don't care. It mows. Yes, buy one.
Simple to use at a great price
Coming from high end power tools I was hesitant to try this but eventually I decided to pull the trigger.
First impressions were a little lacklustre as it feels very light (around 20kg) for a mower, but after 10 minutes of opening the box I was already mowing my lawn (I fully charged batteries prior to using).
I have under 100sqm of Sir Walter Buffalo that was about 50mm high, I set the height of cut to the third highest setting and although it didn't have a problem cutting it, I did notice the motor revved up to power through it. If you hav...e no problem mowing regularly you should be fine but it would be fair to say it may struggle on overgrown lawns. The catcher is fine for my needs but you will be emptying a few times on larger yards or with longer grass. With my quite small lawn area both batteries were below half, I really feel they should have included atleast 4ah batteries (preferably 5) as they market it as able to handle up to 400sqm. The great upside is the batteries are of course interchangable 18v so will power other Ozito products such as the line trimmer which I will be trying out in the future(and reviewing). Overall I am happy so far with this mower and would recommend this to anyone with a small yard or someone who doesn't want the running/servicing costs of a petrol mower. It's literally plug in batteries, pull safety lever and push button.
Kills my old Ryobi
I went to this after my 36v Ryobi mower battery died. I am very impressed with how it stacks up. For starters, it actually catch and holds grass. The Ryobi had me stopping every couple of minutes to push the grass back in the catcher. The steel deck ozito cuts and catchers way better.
Good mower let down by one major flaw
Good mower let down by one major flaw
I have used this mower now a few times and really like its lightness and power to cut the grass.
Not having to worry about petrol and oils was one of my main reasons for purchasing. I also have lots of Ozito products so have additional batteries which means I can mow and not worry about whether I am going to run out of power to finish mowing and was one of the main reasons for choosing this mower over others.
It however has one major flaw in that it uses cheap plastic for the rear of the main mower body. Th...
Questions & Answers
does this model mulch as well as catch
How to order or where is dealers
I got mine from Bunnings, I just checked their website and it seems they no longer stock it or maybe there is a new model incoming.
Here is a link for a similar mower:
This is from the Ozito website, if you can't find this specific one at your local Bunnings, try calling Ozito directly to enquire:
Are the wheels fitted with ball bearings and do you get battery’s and a charger. Again, where can you buy the PXC 2 x 18v model?
A charger and 2 batteries are included. From memory there were no bearings in the wheels. I got mine from Bunnings.
sleeve bearings, and for a domestic mower that's probably adequate. Bunnings $350, reduced from $450, and maybe this special is now finished, I dunno. Batteries included, 3 aH x 2 . Motor is 36 volts. One charge mows my average, medium lawns with a bit of charge to spare.
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