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Black & Decker MM275 18-Inch 9 amp Electric Mulching Mower (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Powerful 9-Amp motor
  • 18-Inch cutting path; 100-Feet range
  • 1-lever height adjustment that adjusts all four wheels at once from 1 to 3-1/2-Inch
  • No gas, oil or tune-ups to worry about; weighs only 38-Pound
  • Limited lifetime warranty on deck; 2-year limited warranty on everything else; includes attachable side-chute
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Includes 9 Amp 18 in. 3-in-1 Electric Lawn Mower -MM275R, Attachable Side-chute

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Light and easy to push, the Black & Decker MM275 18-inch 9 Amp Electric Mulching Mower is an ideal mower for yards where an electrical outlet is within 100 feet of the furthest area to be cut. Features include an 18-inch polymer deck that mulches, discharges, or side-bags with an optional bag (sold separately), a powerful 9 Amp electric motor, and a 1-lever height adjustment that adjusts all four wheels at once from 1 to 3-1/2 inches. With no gas, oil, or tune-ups to worry about, this mower is easy to maintain. With a lightweight design (only 38 pounds), this mower comes with a limited lifetime warranty on the deck and a limited 2-year warranty on everything else.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 21.5 x 15.4 inches ; 46 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 46.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00005AKZF
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: MM275
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,919 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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154 of 157 people found the following review helpful By Andy Johnson on July 29, 2001
Before I bought my mm275 mower I was unsure whether I would want to put up with yet another electric mower. In particular, would it be able to hack through the thick grass better than our old tired mower? The answer is, yes, it does, even though it has the lower power 9 amp motor. It is quiet, it starts with no effort (well, mostly, more on this later) and it doesn't stink. And it cuts the grass at a pretty capable rate. I can walk at almost normal speed when the grass is 2-3 inches above the blade.
To use an electric mower you have to have electrical outlets that are not much more than 100 feet from every part of your lawn. You have to mow in dry grass only. And you have to not mind doing the cord dance, which doesn't bother me.
This mower has one problem, which is the switch. After half a summer of operation, the on-off switch on our mower is almost worn out. Pretty soon it isn't going to turn on anymore. This may be due to the "revving-up games" that my kids played before we became wise to the situation. Black and Decker have a replacement switch back-orderered for me, and I have reason to believe that with more judicious use of the switch (and a 12 gauge extension cord rather than 14 gauge) this next switch will probably last a lot longer. If it doesn't, you'll see a much less positive review here next year, and I'll be turning my mower off by unplugging the cord.
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98 of 101 people found the following review helpful By James. E. Paynter on August 25, 2003
I rate this as one of the best purchases I ever made. It cuts quite well and has never bogged down in any grass. My wife loves it because starting the mower is simply a matter of turning on the switch. Our neighbors look on the whole thing as kind of weird since it looks so odd and doesn't have the roar of a gas engine. We look at our neighbors and feel sorry for them as they billow smoke, noise and as they wrestle their gas monsters. We especially feel sorry for them when they have to shut down the mower, go do something else, and then yank their hearts out on the starting rope.
It takes a while to develop a technique for dealing with the extension cord but, once developed, it becomes second nature. It can't be used when the grass is wet. I have had it now for three years and have no complaints. The blade is quite easy to remove and sharpen. It mulches quite nicely and I have never attached the bag that came with it. When and if it wears out I will replace it with another similar type.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By ERLENE EASTERLING on April 3, 2004
After my husband's death, I moved into a small house, but there was still minimal yard to keep mowed. I had to rely on family or pay to have my yard mowed. I am still able to walk and get around and felt I could still mow. My biggest problem was starting the mower. When I saw this mower I felt it was the answer. Sure enough when it arrived I took it out of the box , read the directions and in a short time I was mowing the mower is light and easy to push. No more gas cans or oil etc. I mow at my pace and can stop at anytime to rest or move something and then with a simple squeeze of the handle I am off again. The electric cord is not a problem I followed the suggestion in the guide and found it is simple to mow and not get tangled up in the cord. Another feature I love is the adjusting wheels some of my lawn is heavier than others. With a simple flip of the leaver and I can adjust the height of the blade. I am saving at least $25.00 a week , and no longer have to depend on others to mow, Not to mention getting some much needed excercise.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By "daverx7" on March 29, 2004
I purchased this because I was fed up with gas mowers. It seems the newer ones, in an effort to be more "environmentally friendly" (not to mention requiring more frequent service and care, which means more $$$$ for all concerned) are quite finnicky if not properly maintained. Maybe I'm old fashioned (I'm 26), but I should not have to take care of a lawnmower the way I take care of a car. I bought a $200, 6.5 HP gas mower for my mom at the end of last summer. OK, so she didn't drain the oil and gas out at the end of the season after using it maybe twice. Now that spring is here, we try to start it and nothing. I had to take off the carb and clean it thoroughly to continue. Boo to the direction gas mowers are going. Luckily their plan to cash in on traditionalists has led a group of people towards a more durable alternative.
This mower works great. I have used the mulch setting on it, and it does an excellent job. I bought a 16 guage 100' cord for ~$5.50, and it works fine. (The mower box and instructions say you need a 14 guage cord if you want 100', but 16 guage works if the amp rating matches).
Assembly was straightforward, with the exception of some funky tabs that go where the mower handle fits into the mower body. I do not see the need for these tabs personally, as the grass does not have an opportunity to go through them. But I suppose they are included for a reason, it took me a few minutes to figure out how they went in there- based on the instructions.
The small handle you use to start the mower feels a tad on the flimsy side. But the mower is so simple (being little more than a motor and a switch) that repacing that, should it be necessary, should be easy.
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