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Earthwise 50120 20-Inch 12 amp Electric Mulching Lawn Mower with Grass Bag (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Single Lever Height Control
  • Comfort "V" Handle, with Cushion Grip, Soft Touch Operation - with Easy Fold Handle
  • Handle Mounted Safety Blade Control
  • 7 Inch Easy Roll Composite Wheels
  • No Tools Required - Hand Tighten Assembly
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 66 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 66.3 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DZJYIK
  • Item model number: 50120
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,406 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

Product Description

Earthwise 20" Corded Electric Mower with Bag. NO gas to buy. NO pull starting. NO fumes. NO maintenance. There are dozens of reasons why an electric mower is just plain superior. But in the interest of time, I'll break it down: you get all the power and performance of a gas-guzzler in a quieter, lighter, cleaner, and easier-to-use Mower. No harmful fumes, no fuel / oil mixing, no maintenance. Everything about the Earthwise is simpler and better, from the one-lever height control, to the easy push-button starting, even the no-tool assembly! Perfectly groomed: 12-amp system provides all the power you need, even for thick or especially high grass; 3-in-1: easy controls let you go from side discharge, to mulch, to rear bag; Single lever height control, from 1 1/2-4"; Easy-rolling ball bearing wheels handle rough terrain without a problem... 8" rear, 7" front; Comfortable V handle with cushion grip and soft-touch operation; Handle-mounted safety blade control; 20" cord, uses standard 120V power supply. Tool-free assembly required. Order yours today! Earthwise 20" Corded Electric Mower with Bag

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With 3-in-1 performance that allows you to choose between mulching, bagging, or side discharge, plus a powerful 12-amp electric motor that provides zero-emission performance, the Earthwise 50120 Corded 20-inch Electric Lawnmower with Grass Bag is a versatile, and easy-to-use mower. The single-lever height control, easy on/off mulch plug, and handle-mounted safety-blade control provide enhanced performance, ease of use, and safety.



Quiet, operation makes this cordled electric mower an easy choice. View larger.

Powerful 12-amp System Handles the Toughest Turf
When it comes to power, the Earthwise 12-amp Electric Lawnmower has plenty of it to go around. The powerful 12-amp system delivers consistent performance and eliminates tricky pull-starts and noisy operation, so you can have all the performance of a gas-powered mower without any of the hassles. And not only is this mower powerful, but it's also a zero-emissions tool, so you can get the job done while supporting the environment.

Designed to Save You Time and Effort over the Long Term
The wide 20-inch cutting path and heavy-duty steel mower deck ensure efficient, long-lasting performance. With wide 20-inch coverage, your lawn will require fewer passes, which will save you both time and effort.

Navigating tough, uneven terrain is made easy by the composite seven-inch front wheels and eight-inch rear wheels that feature ball bearings for better maneuverability and longer life. And the V-handle with cushion grip offers greater control over tough terrain and provides comfort. A nice bonus, the handle folds down to make storing your lawnmower easy.

Single-lever Height Control for Easier Adjustments
Instead of having to adjust each wheel when changing the height of the mower blade, the Earthwise 50120 Electric Mower features a single-lever height control system that makes it easier than ever to adjust the height of the cut. You can choose between seven height positions, ranging from 1-1/2 to four inches.

Single-lever height control is just one feature that makes the 50120 so easy to use. Other ease-of-use features include a handle-mounted safety-blade control, an easy on/off mulch plug for mulching, and a special cord hook for managing the power cord during operation. Additionally, no tools are required for assembly. Simply hand-tighten several components and you're ready to go!

Innovative 3-in-1 Design for Added Versatility
Outperforming other mowers, the Earthwise 50120 Electric Lawnmower is three mowers in one, functioning as a mulching mower, a side discharge mower, and a rear bag mower. As your lawn changes throughout the spring, summer, and fall, the 50120 will adapt to your yard's varied needs. You can mulch your grass in the spring to help thicken the lawn, or you can use the bag to clear leaves and debris in the fall--the choice is yours!

The Earthwise 50120 weighs 60 pounds, and it is backed by a two-year limited warranty from the manufacturer.

What's in the Box
Eathwise 50120 20-inch 12-amp Electric Lawnmower, handle, wheels, and grass bag.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This mower cuts very well and is easy to use.
B. Jones
If you're pulling a long length of cord, like towards the back of the yard, just hold the cord between the handle and your hands and it's no problem to pull it along.
D. Hills
I would recommend it to anyone that doesn't mind using a mower that has an electric cord.
Larry Lincoln

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

162 of 165 people found the following review helpful By D. Hills on April 22, 2009
I just used this Earthwise mower for the first time today, first cut of the year. I live in the Cleveland, OH area and my yard is 100% Kentucky bluegrass. I live in a new home on your typical new-home-sized lot (read; not large). I don't recall the exact dimensions, but I believe it's something like 120' x 90' total, including where the house sits.

I bought the mower and an extension cord on a Saturday using Amazon prime and had it shipped overnight. It was on my porch Monday when I got home from work. Nice! However, I see now that it's price is less than I paid for it just 4 days ago, but whatever. Total price to my door including a 100' 12ga yellow extension cord was right around $250. Great service from Amazon.

Assembly is cake, just unpack the mower and install the handle. I'm 6'6" so I installed the handle in the highest position and it's very comfortable for me. Much better than the old Craftsman gas mower I'm replacing. That's all there is to the assembly.

Now, on to the actual mowing. It's been raining here for the last few days, and the grass today was still a bit wet. Very long though between all the rain and a TruGreen treatment, so I figured it would be a good challenge for this mower.

First, let's talk about the cord. Things like this pull some pretty serious power I would imagine, so I bought a real heavy duty cord. The 12ga is a very thick cord and doesn't really fit well in the cord retainer hook, but it still works. Just fold the cord in half and stuff it into the retainer and don't worry about the hooks. It stays put just fine. Now, as far as mowing with the cord, it's not a big deal as long as you pay attention. Know where it is at all times and you'll be fine.
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96 of 99 people found the following review helpful By John H. Gruver VINE VOICE on March 12, 2009
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ADDED 04/08/10:
I forgot to come back to this with an update. The bagger works fine if I allow the weedwacked grass/weeds to dry first. Unfortunately, during the growing season, that means that the underlying grass/weeds grow up too high for the mower to handle, but works fine after the real fast growth stops.
NOTE: the guard attached to the rear of the mowing deck was chewed up very quickly due to it folding under the mower when backing up = two choices: 1) don't back up while the mower is in operation (one-direction mowing), or B) quickly loose the guard.
Still like and recommend this mower.

Replaced my Sears cordless mulching mower (I'm a green kinda guy) as I needed more power and no mulching. Bought this because it's the newer model (didn't know what differences there were, but NEWER! I mean, COME ON!).

Our yard is what I like to call California Native (most plants of which of course aren't native at all but introduced 200-years ago by the Spanish to feed their livestock), but it's really a big weed patch to most folks. There's two 8-ft X 30-ft side sections and a 60-ft X 40-ft back yard. It was a horse pasture prior to our house being built so the majority of true grass is rye. Late winter & early spring we get mostly Oxalis sour grass (extremely wet and high content of oxalic acid), the bright yellow flowers that coat the coastal hills, and some California poppies. This always is the toughest mowing season as the oxalis clumps together - I can actually ring out cups of liquid from the clumps (which is why I cannot use a clumping mower)!
Anyway, the rye had gotten to about 6-ft high, so I got our my trusty Troy-Built electric weed-wacker (fantastic product, BTW!!) and knocked down all to about 4-inches (I left as many CA poppies as possible ').
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By lvb7 on September 14, 2009
I purchased this mower in May along with a 100 ft 12 gauge extension cord (as recommended in the user manual). For about 3 and a half months this thing worked great. The grass in my yard is incredibly thick and grows quickly so using the mulching feature was never really an option. Once the grass starts to build up underneath the mower it gets clogged and the blade stops cutting. However the side attachment was working great. The mower never seemed to have a problem cutting the grass as long as the side attachment was installed.

Unfortunately about 2 weeks ago I went out to mow and after a few minutes I began to notice an electrical burning smell and the mower simply stopped cutting. I could still start it up on the driveway and everything would seem fine, but once I pushed it into the grass the motor would lose power. And when I released the safety handle the blade wouldn't come to an immediate stop, it spun down very slowly.

I called the Great States Corporation at the 800 number listed in the user manual and was told to take it into a service center. The mower is only 4 months old and it came with a 2 year warranty so what could possibly go wrong, right? Well 2 weeks after I dropped the mower off I received a call saying that the motor was burned out and that the company was refusing to honor the warranty. When I asked why they told me that it was my fault the mower broke due to the extension cord I was using. WHAT?! I nearly threw the phone against the wall. I purposely spent over $50 purchasing a high quality 12 gauge extension cord because it was recommended in the user manual. And now they're trying to say that it's my fault? I was then told that there was nothing they could do and it would probably be cheaper to buy a new mower than to repair it.
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