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Toro 20360 e-Cycler 20-Inch 36-Volt Cordless Electric Lawn Mower

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  • Redesigned packaging for 2011 to reduce shipping damage
  • Weighs only 77 lbs – lighter than most other battery/cordless mowers.
  • Simple two-step operator controls – integrated one-handed control assembly with two-step action – safe and easy to use.
  • The 4-inch deep-domed deck design is specially designed for superior mulching performance.
  • 2-Year Full Coverage Warranty.
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Power Source cordless-electric cordless-electric battery-powered cordless-electric
Dimensions 39 inches x 56.7 inches x 21.5 inches 20.5 inches x 36.63 inches x 22.88 inches 13.2 inches x 26.8 inches x 16.1 inches 15.06 inches x 37.5 inches x 21.5 inches
Item Weight 77 pounds 106 pounds 32 pounds 75 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 56.7 x 21.5 x 39 inches ; 77 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 90 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004I6D96E
  • Item model number: 20360
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,886 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

Product Description

Electric cordless walk-behind mower provides powerful performance. This lawn mower offers a 1" - 4" cutting height range to help meet your mowing needs and a mulching deck with a deep-domed design for optimal mulching Highlights: 36 Volt/ 12 amp battery system 7000-10000 square foot of run time 20" Cut width Deep domes steel deck Rear bag or mulch Two year full warranty Height of cut 1-4" Optional side discharge 432 watt-hours of power Easy to operate controls Battery charges from 110V source Battery charges to 70% in 3 hours, 100% overnight Lightweight design- only 77 pounds

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The Toro 20360 e-Cycler Cordless Mower is a push power mower that features superior mulching performance and a lightweight design. Because it's battery powered, this mower will spare you from the hassles of buying gas or oil and will save you money, time, and energy. For further convenience, the e-Cycle is easy to operate and features a durable steel deck that cuts a 20-inch swath and is height adjustable to meet your needs.

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20360 e-Cycler
Cordless Mower
At a Glance:
  • Emissions free
  • Easy to operate
  • 36-volt cordless battery
  • Mulch or bag
  • Adjustable blade height
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Toro e-Cycler Cordless Mower
Simply insert the key, move the control lever toward the handle, and you're ready to mow.
20360 e-Cycler Cordless Mower
The deep-domed deck is designed to increase the performance of the mulching system.
20360 e-Cycler Cordless Mower

Sturdy 7" front wheels and 8" rear wheels make the e-Cycler easy to maneuver.
Save Time, Money, and the Environment
With the e-Cycler Cordless Mower, you won't have to worry about refueling, buying gas or oil, or dealing with messy spills in your garage or shed. The powerful, emission-free, 36-volt battery will give you up to 10,000 square feet of mowing on just one charge.

Easy Starts and Trouble-Free Operation
To start the e-Cycler, simply insert the key and move the control lever toward the handle. The sturdy and thick 7-inch front wheels and 8-inch rear wheels make the mower easy to maneuver, while the small profile of the 20-inch dome allows you to mow in those hard-to-reach places.

Choose from Mulching or Bag Collection
The deep-domed deck is specially designed to increase the performance of the e-Cycler mulching system, which minces grass clippings into fine particles, putting them back onto your lawn to give you a healthy, lush looking yard.

If you'd prefer to collect your grass and leaf clippings, you can quickly and easily attach the grass bag.

Powerful Battery is Easy to Charge
The e-Cycler's battery is charged at the factory, so you can get started mowing right away. After that, it takes approximately 12 to 16 hours to fully charge a depleted battery.

It's recommended that you charge the battery after each use with the included charger cord, which plugs directly into a household outlet. To make things simple, a two-color LED tells you whether your battery is charging or is fully charged.

Toro 20360 e-Cycler Cordless MowerWarranty Information
The Toro 20360 e-Cycler Cordless Mower is backed by a two-year warranty that offers full coverage for the mower and the battery.

What's in the Box
Toro 20360 e-Cycler Cordless Mower, battery, and charger cord.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Purchased in May, 2010, my Toro e-cycler 20" mower is now useless.
italiana
All in all, I would not recommend this mower and I will never be purchasing another Toro product.
sacto
Sure enough the chute was clogged but there was only about 2" of clippings in the bag.
Kevin H.

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413 of 416 people found the following review helpful By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 1, 2011
<SUMMARY> In a crowded field the Toro compares well based on it's performance - it cuts and mulches *very* well. Where it falls short is on features and to a lesser extent, construction. If I had to do it again, I'd take a closer look at the B&D CM1936. Both of these mowers were the top picks in the March 2010 Consumer Reports. I would rate this as 4+ stars overall but ding them half a star for customer service. The redesigned packaging should resolve the numerous issues people seem to have had with shipping damage.

I've had this machine for a whole season and was able to test it back to back with our B&D CMM1000 24V 19" cordless mower before I sold it some months back. To make things fair I sharpened the B&D and cleaned the deck. The Toro was substantially quieter and easier to maneuver (It's lighter and the weight is biased towards the rear wheels. After 12 years the B&D is still an impressive machine but in tall or wet grass it simply couldn't keep up. I had to re-mow with the B&D while the Toro gave a good cut with a single pass - even when walking quickly! You could hear the motor slow down but it still gave an excellent cut and mulched effectively.

The improved performance isn't surprising given the extra voltage. I'd note that when we bought the Black & Decker CMM1000 ~11 years ago, the only other cordless mower was the Neuton 14" via mail order. Now there are more than you can shake a stick at (SEE CHART)

Fit and finish is good but some items do not inspire confidence. The plastic motor cover is flimsy though it's hard to judge as two of the plastic bosses were broken (more on that later) Where the charger plugs in wobbles a lot and the locknut holding the circuit breaker in place was half off with no Loctite applied.
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95 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Kevin H. on April 16, 2011
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(Updated September 30, 2011: I am still using the mower as my main mower and I still concur with everything I say below. Recently I discovered my Dremel gives a MUCH sharper blade than sharpening by hand with a file. After sharpening with the Dremel, the mower was able to go through damp 8" tall grass without the motor bogging down to a stall. Whatever electric mower you may get, I HIGHLY recommend you machine sharpen the blade every few cuts.)

(Updated April 26 and May 14, 2011: In the review below I added a slower RPM for the Toro, and a harder ability to clean the bottom of the deck. In the title I lowered the ideal price from $300 to $250.)

(Updated June 9, 2011: I hate the steel deck due to the sticking clumps of grass. I mow my lawn around sunset so the grass is not wet when I mow. The plastic deck (underside) of my CMM1200 wins over steel hands down because grass never sticks to the plastic. I also updated the battery run time below which is still good and the quietness which is good.)

INITIAL NOTES: *** Do not buy this mower if you routinely bag grass! The standard blade is horizontally flat and does not tip upward to give enough updraft. The result is a clogged chute when the bag is only one-fifth full (see more below). ***

*** With all battery mowers, always sharpen your blade (like a knife) which helps the motor to maintain RPMs, gives a cleaner cut to the grass, and helps the battery last longer. Sharpening takes just a minute with a simple 5"-7" file. No need to remove the blade even. I HIGHLY recommend machine sharpening the blade. ***

I have used a Black and Decker CMM1200 for the past three seasons on a 1/2 acre lot which is mostly grass. The CMM1200 is ok but I wanted to upgrade to a better mower.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jason Cody on April 7, 2011
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I've been using this mower for a few weeks now and so far it is working great!

Pros: Cuts evenly, mulches decently, and there is more than enough charge to mow my entire yard (1/3 acre). Built well, doesn't feel like it is going to break on you.

Cons: The price, this mower is not cheap. Sort of heavy, not a con for me but some people might complain.

Missing: A power gauge to show remaining charge.

Notes: Charger cuts off when the mower is fully charged so you can leave it plugged in. This makes it easy to connect to a small solar panel for green friendly charging w/o over charging.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jim on May 3, 2011
I don't usually write reviews, but I had read MANY reviews before choosing this mower so I thought I should atleast give some back.
I acually bought it on Home Depot's web site. (At the time that was the best price.)
It was packaged very well. Easy to put together(unfold and tighten)and ready to use.
I have a small yard, about a 1/4 acre, and I can mow my yard 2 times with one charge. I have used it about 10 times so far and I am very happy so far.
This mower is very light weight and quiet, my 15 yr old daughter has no problem pushing it on my mostly flat yard.I LOVE not having to mess around with gas and oil and starting it is a breeze...... pull back a leaver and go. If your yard is small enough to use a push mower, this is a great way to go, plus you do get to feel good about not adding to the abundant air and noise pollution.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Laura VINE VOICE on August 7, 2011
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We purchased this cordless electric lawnmower in April of this year. We have been using it for four months now. Overall it is a good lawnmower and easy to use. We would buy it again.

Some good things about it are, 1. It can truly cut at a 4 inch height, (which is why we decided to buy it instead of the Black & Decker model). This is especially helpful if one is planning to switch to organic lawncare.; 2. The 36 volt battery has plenty of power; 3. At 72lbs. it is fairly light for an electric mower; 4. The mulching blades truly mulch; 5. We have a 2/3's acre yard. The lawnmower can cut about 1/2 acre on a full charge. This is okay with us, because we just spread out the work a little bit. Maybe cut the sidewalk perimeter and one side on one night and the rest on another. Also please remember, this is a nickle cadmium battery. Make sure it is fully charged and then fully discharged the first time you use it.

Some negatives are: 1. The operator has to hold the power engaging lever on all the time. This is normal of all lawnmowers, accept this lawnmower only has a small handle on the right hand side and you cannot use your left hand to hold the power lever. This is especially annoying in tight areas around trees, etc.; 2. The tread on the wheels are made of either really cheap rubber or a better grade of plastic, I am not sure. Either way they were really slippery when we first received the lawnmower, but their grip has improved some with wear. A $400 lawnmower should have better grade rubber wheels. This lawnmower tends to slide slightly when cuttiing horizontally on even mild inclines. This can be corrected by angling the lawnmower uphill. 3. The battery is not readily removable, therefore one is not able to use multiple batteries.
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