3Ryobi 36V 46cm Brushless Lawn Mower 6.0Ah Kit R36LMW16

Ryobi 36V 46cm Brushless Lawn Mower 6.0Ah Kit R36LMW16

 VerifiedMPN:R36LMW16
3Ryobi 36V 46cm Brushless Lawn Mower 6.0Ah Kit R36LMW16
3.2

11 reviews

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64% · 74 · 36%

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Build Quality
3.2
Value for Money
2.8
Ease of Use
3.6
Cleaning & Maintenance
3.6
Noise Level
3.2
Safety
3.8
Wet / Damp Grass Performance
3.3
Battery Life
3.1

Reviews

11 reviews
Garry
GarryPerth, WA
 

Ryobi is rubbish

A mower that can’t cut lawn don’t waste your money Show details
Ronnix1960
Ronnix1960Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC68 posts
 

Absolutely fantastic mower

I purchased this mower about 2 years ago, and it has surpassed all my expectations, it's an absolute fantastic mower, and l couldn't be happier with it Show details
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John
JohnSydney Surrounds, NSW2 posts
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Sounds like the self propel gears are stripped after only being used 3 times

I have owned this mower for just 4 weeks and until today very happy with it.
Today when I press the lever for self propelled it won't move on a gentle uphill and a rapid clicking noise is heard which in my opinion sounds like the gears are stripped or partially stripped.
I am returning it to Bunning tomorrow and NOT happy.

When I returned it a chap from the mower section of the store checked the mower and quickly discovered the noise and no forward motion with self propel. He asked if I wanted a replacement which I accepted. If it happens again I won't take the replacement and take a refund. Show details

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Amy
Amy
 

Wheels fell off

Would not recommend.
This is the second of these that we have had.
The first we returned after 12 months because the battery would stop after 15 mins of mowing.
The new lawn mower lasted ok for 10 months and then both back wheels became wobbly and one fell off. Returned it to purchase point and got a refund.
Not happy with how much we spent on it. Show details
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Andrew
AndrewCentral Queensland, QLD255 posts
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Ben
BenSydney, NSW93 posts
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Michael H.
Michael H.7 posts
 

Not worth it. Avoid

Single handedly the worst lawnmower I have ever seen. It is gutless and runs out of power after twenty minutes of use and I'm only mowing a standard backyard. The additional batteries cost 50% of the units total cost. The machine also stops periodically when it detects 'overload'. I didn't think running over a flower was deemed as a stressful task, yet, it is. Show details
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Trev
TrevCooroy Qld10 posts
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Much improved model

We had the earlier model but the cut was very uneven & everything was out of plumb; Bunnings were happy to swap it for this latest model, & it is much better built.
Now the cut is even & there are more adjustment steps.
The 6Ah battery cost an extra $70 but is better than the 5Ah for thick couch grass.
The mower is easy to push & does a good job. Show details
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Stop_shonky_sellers
Stop_shonky_sellersSydney19 posts
 

Good mower, shame screws rust so soon (just do some DIY and replace with stainless steel)

Good brushless motor. Cuts long grass even when wet.
Screws rust within a few months.
Do what I did, replace the screws before the screw heads rust so much that your screwdriver can no longer grip them. Replace with stainless steel screws ($10)

Shame Ryobi skimmed out on $10 (probably $1 at their buy price at volume) and hence delivered a somewhat poor product Show details

Ease of Use
benny
bennyGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC18 posts
 

Quick and easy to do lawns

Easy to use cuts good .simple to use 1 battery ok for small lawns .you have option to buy secound baterry for bigger lawns has the provision for 2 batterys.but only comes with one..works well on. Thick lawn.1 battery time was enough to complete nature stip and small front lawn area before needing a recharge.had to empty catcher about 5 times cause my lawn was very dence and thick..overal i recomend this mower Show details
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Emanandl
EmanandlSydney, NSW17 posts
 
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Questions & Answers

Pualani C.
Pualani C.

I bought this mower specifically for the mulching capability but there was no mulching plug in the box. Am I missing something?

Emanandl
Emanandl  

Hi Paulani. The Mulching plug is supposed to be with the mower. Can't remember if it came loose in the carton or was in the mower where it should be for mulching. Contact the seller if not.

Details

Features:

  • The Ryobi 36V Brushless Lawn Mower R36LMW16 is designed for medium to large lawns.
  • It has a 36V 6.0Ah battery and 36V 4A fast charger.
  • The lawn mower has a 46cm wide cutting path, helping reduce the amount of time you need to spend mowing.
  • A one-touch height adjustment on the carry handle lets you select from 10 height settings between 25 and 100mm.
  • You can stand this model up for vertical storage.
CategoryBattery Lawn Mowers
Price (RRP) $669
Power SourceBattery (Removable)
FeaturesFoldable Handle, Load-Sensing and Mulching Capability
Catcher Type Collapsible
Catcher Capacity55 L
Cutting Deck MaterialPlastic
Cutting Width460 mm
Height of Cut25 mm to 100 mm
Noise Level 83 dB
Weight22 kg
Voltage 36 V
Running Time 54 min
Engine / Motor
Engine TypeLithium-Ion Battery
ManualDownload manual
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  • MPN: R36LMW16

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