Push Mowers Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of push mower would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
It is good for cutting gress
Worx is a good one. I am using till 2016.It is a good product. In my family all like the product. If you sell with the charger and the battery good for the buyers. Can you put the prize of the charger and the battery separate. So if any one can buy easily.
Too easy! a little beauty!
This device is easy to assemble. It is compact and light weight making the mower easy to store and easy to use on an average suburban block. It cuts easily through thick long grass while the light weight and maneuverability make it easy to mow reasonably steep banks. As one would expect with an electrical motor, it is much quieter (even in 'turbo mode') than its gas-guzzling, polluting counterparts! The battery charges in just one hour but for added convenience, it is worth considering purchasing a spare ($130) as the battery must be allowed to cool before recharging. An initial outlay $379 with zero costs for fuel (charged on household solar power) means this mower represents excellent value for money.
Yes, it's worth getting!
Everytime I use this for the front lawn, at least 2 people stop and comment on how quiet it is, I then tell them how lightweight it is - they try it themselves and can't believe it either!
The lawn mower is lighter than a pram. It mows my entire front lawn & a bit of the back before it needs recharging. We then stop for a break, go inside & have a cuppa & lunch, play a game with my kids then it's back to mowing the back lawn. I LOVE this mower, no vibration, quieter than my vacuum and you don't have to worry about petrol or spark plugs!
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Lightweight and easy to use battery powered mower
I bought this mower because it was lightweight and quiet, and it is certainly easy to use. I would not recommend it for heavy grass or large lawns, but it works very well to maintain an existing lawn, and you don't have the noise and smell of a petrol mower. The only issue I have had has been with the 40V battery. It seems if you leave it on the charger a long time the battery appears flat, but if you remove the battery from the charger as soon as it has charged (no more than half a day), then it comes up OK. I found it useful to check the batt...ery voltage with a voltmeter just to see what was going on. Spare batteries are almost impossible to find, so it is worth looking after the battery. A decent mower that you can easily whip out for a quick trim of the yard, but for heavy yard work you should probably look at a different mower.
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