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Cub Cadet Walk-Behind Mower SC 900 Review


…t. With a 23″ blade and MySpeed self-propelled drive, this Cub Cadet walk-behind mower has a lot to offer. Pros 23″ blade cuts more grass on each pass than most mowers Adjustable pace self-propelled drive that works with you Outstanding fuel efficiency (3.02 acres/gallon) Excellent cutting power in the worst conditions Cuts 1.13 acres on one tank of gas Cons No fuel cut-off valve Shootout Results The Cub Cadet SC 900 put on a clinic in…


Cub Cadet Pro HW Hydro Walk-Behind Mower


…r. Designed through direct feedback from professional landscapers, the new walk-behind mower includes some new and improved features to make the professional landscaper’s job a whole lot easier. Cub Cadet Pro HW Hydro Walk-Behind Mower Highlights SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS There were a few things that the good folks at Cub Cadet highlighted about their new mower. The first thing that stood out about the Hydro Walk-Behind revolved around steerin…


Best Battery-Powered Lawn Mower Comparison Review – Cutting Deeper


…ficiently the motor uses its batteries, but there’s no more powerful walk-behind mower we’ve seen using a battery for power. It’s clearly creating a new level for battery-powered mower performance. Best Battery-Powered Lawn Mower for Large Lawns Greenworks Commercial 82V Self-Propelled Lawn Mower With a pair of 5.0Ah batteries on board, Greenworks simply crushes the competition in runtime. It can cut up to 1.7 acres on a light lo…


What Type of Lawn Mower Do I Need?


…you’ll purchase will depend also on what you can spend. Walk-Behind Mowers Walk-behind push and self-propelled mowers will likely run you anywhere from $200 to $500. Of course, these prices have the potential to raise to up to $750 if you’re making the jump to cordless electric mowers.   Like we said, if you’re mowing more than a 1/4 acre, you might want to move to a rider, though plenty of battery-powered and all gas mower


Honda Commercial Lawn Mower Review – HRC216HXA Self-Propelled


…ade Brakes A self-propelled drive isn’t anything new to the world of walk-behind mowers, particularly in the commercial realm. But this is no ordinary self-propelled drive. The Honda commercial mower features a hydrostatic transmission that seamlessly lets you adjust your speed without the jumps and bumps of a belt-driven system. It also has the Roto-Stop blade brake system that allows you to stop the blades from spinning without stopping th…


DR 62V Battery-Powered Trimmer Mower Review


…mers offer higher RPM with shorter line. The tip speed is higher than most walk-behind mowers and quite a bit lower than a typical string trimmer. One of our EGO string trimmers has a 5800 RPM with a 15″ cutting swath, giving us just under 260 MPH line tip speed. Even though DR’s speed is lower, we were able to cut through some pretty thick overgrowth. We just needed to make sure we moved slow enough to let the line speed stay high. Ma…


Best Battery-Powered Lawn Mower Review – 24 Models Tested!


…the price you pay for the higher quality build. Best Battery-Powered Lawn Mower: Push Mowers Makita 18V X2 (36V) LXT Lawn Mower (XML03PT1) Makita puts together a solid mower and packs it with four batteries in the kit. That gives it a massive advantage in the amount of area you can cut without buying more batteries. Better yet, its dual-port Rapid Optimum Charger gets two batteries fully charged in just 45 minutes—fast enough that you can cycle y…


Stihl RMA 510 Battery-Powered Lawn Mower Review


…. Feature Set Ultimately, we prefer self-propelled models when it comes to walk-behind mowers. Unfortunately, the Stihl battery-powered mower only comes in one flavor presently, a push mower. Look for this to change soon, as the brand plans on releasing a self-propelled model. Steel Deck The Stihl RMA 510 features a steel deck, rather than the plastic ones we’re seeing more and more of. While plastic can cut down on the overall weight, and b…