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Brill 78366 Razorcut 33 13-Inch Reel Push Lawn Mower

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  • Silent cut design - reel blades do not contact the cutting bar
  • No gas or fumes
  • Ergonomically shaped frame with foam rubber handle - more comfortable to push
  • Sealed bearings - means no extra maintenance is needed
  • Flame Hardened steel blades - go years before sharpening is necessary
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Length 19.5 inches 24 inches 22 inches 28 inches
Height 52 inches 14.25 inches 11 inches 10 inches
Width 13 inches 23.5 inches 16 inches 18 inches
Weight 18 pounds 52 pounds 18 pounds 34 pounds
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  • Product Dimensions: 19.5 x 13 x 52 inches ; 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Item model number: 78366
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,675 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The classic lawn mower now in a modern design.Worthy of note is the modern shape of the sturdy and foldable handle bars in silver and gray with ergonomic foam rubber handles. The large wheels with their special profile also ensure convenient working as does too the attractive "rear spoiler" which ejects the grass cuttings in a controlled manner. Mowing with the cylinder mower means precision cutting of each single blade of grass. Precision sharpened to a hundredth of a millimeter, blade cylinder and bottom blade of special hardened steel leave a lawn cut as if with scissors whereby the contact free cutting technique – a BRILL invention – ensures quietness.A high quality and lightweight German push reel lawnmower. The Razorcut features a non-contact cutting system. Blades stay sharp for 8 years. Cutting width 13-inches, Weight 15.2 lbs. Cutting height .55-inch to 1.8-inches. 7-inch metal cover protects shrubs and flowers. 5 flame hardened welded steel blades.

Product Description

The Brill Razorcut 33 is a premium, German engineered reel lawnmower that is perfect for small to medium sized yards. The lawnmower features a cylinder with hardened steel cutting blades, with the spindle mounted on sealed ball bearings so that it spins more easily. Unlike many other reel mowers, the Brill blades use a contact free cutting technology, preventing metal on metal contact and significantly increasing blade life. The "silent cut" design means that you can hear the environment around you when you mow and not disturb others with engine noise. A top cover protects your flowers and shrubs from the blades, and the extended spoiler in the back helps keep grass clippings from landing on your shoes when you cut the grass. The cutting height is infinitely adjustable from 14 to 45 millimeters (.7 inches to 1.8 inches), with a measuring scale on both sides of the mower. The Razorcut 33 features 5 blades, which is the best number for the balance between ease of pushing and grass cutting ability. Metal components of the Razorcut have a dry powder coat, which resists chipping, scratching and rust. The cutting width is 13 inches and the wheels are 8 inch. The Brill Razorcut 33 weighs just 17 pounds, which makes it very easy to pick up, and easy to push through the grass. Other competing reel mowers weigh more than 50 pounds! The Razorcut 33 comes fully assembled, except for the handle. The handle goes together in minutes and snaps onto the mower, with no tools required. The Brill Razorcut 33 works on most types of grass, but is not recommended for St. Augustine, Zoysia or Bermuda. The Razorcut 33 has a 2 year manufacturer's warranty.

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Customer Reviews

The handle is constantly falling off.
It was rusty the blades were dull but with some effort I was able to cut the grass.
Tim in Portland
I would recommend this product to anyone considering a push mower.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joyful on June 3, 2010
I have had this lawn mower for two years now. The blades are still sharp. It's lightweight. I can mow at night or in the morning and not worry about the noise bothering anyone. I'm single and I love that I never have to worry about it not starting! It cuts the grass beautifully. Another girlfriend just bought one and is thrilled with hers as well.

The only annoying thing is that if you are carrying the lawn mower for whatever reason, as in I have to lift it from my garage up my cement steps to my yard, the handle sometimes unlatches off the mower part. There should be a clip or something to keep the handle hooked on, but there isn't....
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By SoCal Gal on May 2, 2011
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I so wanted to love this mower....but alas, it is not to be. Our lawn is a little bumpy, and this mower cannot tolerate unevenness in the mowing surface. It just stops. When we try to push through that, it rips out the grass by its roots. Not good.
The other drawback is that the maximum mowing height is less than 1.5 inches. For a green lawn here in Southern California, it's best to have the grass longer for it to be healthy. After two attempts at making this mower work for us, we are sending it back. Hopefully, the Fiskar mower we ordered will do a better job.
For those who have a golf course type lawn (even, well-manicured) this mower will work probably work like a charm.
Update 5/17/11: Our new Fiskar push mower is perfect for our needs! Amazon got it to us quickly, and refunded us for the Brill mower we returned. We are happy customers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tim in Portland on June 3, 2011
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This is my first Reel mower that I've purchased. I moved into a house with a very small yard on a steep hill in Portland. I have limited storage space and I was looking for a compact mower that I could store in a closet on the deck. I decided I would try a Reel mower.
I one of the neighbors reels mowers that they no longer use. It was ~ 12 year old Sears Reel mower. It was rusty the blades were dull but with some effort I was able to cut the grass. One thing I noticed on the old mower was how heavy it was on the steep hill. I started looking on the internet and came across the Brill. I liked that it was light weight and the blades would not need to be sharpened very often.

After I got the mower it was light weight and cut the grass well. There are some things I believe can be improved on this product.
1) The mower is light weight because it is made with a lot of plastic versus metal. Being on a hill, the mower probably gets more lateral forces across the unit than if I was on a "flat" lawn. I`ve had the mower for about a month and the top hosing section has broken where the two screws in the back of the popped out of the plastic. This top housing appears to be a Protective piece to avoid the possibility of sticking your hand in the blades when operating. The top housing has not come all the way off yet and is still attached in the front. I would be willing to sacrifice a little on weight for a sturdier mower.
2) The settings allow you to adjust the cut height form 1" to 2". I have fescue grass in the yard and even at the highest setting of 2 the grass appears to short. If Brill could adjust the range to go up to 3" I think would be better for my fescue.
3) To adjust the mowing height you use plastic hand knobs on each side of the housing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tallahassee on July 8, 2013
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This is a review of the Brill 33 which the smaller of the two Razorcut movers. I cannot start motorized lawn movers - just cannot pull the string to get them to start and they weigh so much that I cannot manuveuer them so I needed a reel mower. I was paying $90.00 a month for lawn service for a small lawn (not postage stamp size but not large). That just seemed too expensive.

I was concerned that a reel mover would be too hard to push so I reasearched mainly for lightweight and found the Brill. This one is so light a child could push this thing. My vacumm cleaner is harder to push than this is. I LOVED IT!!! I have had it for a month and have cut the grass four times with it including in a light rain. It is incredibly easy to push and cuts well. You can cut early in the morning when the grass still it slighty wet from the dew (not too early when it is too wet) before it reaches 90 degrees. You will not wake the neighbors because it is very quite.

You have to be willing to cut the lawn every 5 days but it is so easy that it is not a chore. Here, in Florida, during the summer, when it is both rainy and hot, you can literally see the grass grow so even every 7 days is not enough. Warning: it cannot cut St. Augustine. The neighbor's lawn is St. Augustine and it cannot cut that - it is too thick and heavy. I could only push it for inches over their lawn. If you have St. Augustine will need another type of reel mower that is much heavier to cut those types of thick grasses My lawn is centipede and it cuts that well. In retrospect, would probably buy the 38 instead of the 33 because the two extra pounds would still be light enough to push, but I love it. This mower paid for itself in one month!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cedar Waxwing on October 20, 2011
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I bought this mower believing it would be quiet and light weight. It is light weight but not very quiet. I wonder if I received one with dry bearings? The assembly was very straightforward, thank goodness, given that the instructions carry no words (only pictures). I used it immediately and mowed a small lawn of mixed grasses in the So. California region. The cut was close and I raised the blades to the next setting and it was still close, but by that time I had no grass left and have to wait for the grass to grow before I can experience the next raised level. I hope it can be raised to an appropriate level. My small yard, actually it qualifies as teeny, has undulations which the mower handled well--it cut the grass. Just to give an idea how small the yard is, I was using grass shears until I decided which mower to buy. This mower is small, the roller measure 13" wide. As a matter of fact, I was wondering if I should have opted for the larger Brill (Razor 38) as it will add 2 more inches to the width of the cutting blades which will make it more useful in future lawns (I'm renting). But, I love the smallness of this mower and how easy it is to carry or move.

I've used two reel mowers in the past. One, a Sears Craftsman behemoth that weighed a ton. It was one of a kind because it had height adjustments. It got the job done but was taxing (and that was a very small yard too, but the mower had to be carried a greater distance, and I was much younger ; The next reel mower I used was of a Garden variety, white in color and came with the house I rented. That mower was heavy and I had to cut the grass in several passes. The Garden mower was loud and I wondered how long it'd been part of the house, maybe the blades needed adjustment or filing.
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