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Weed Eater WE-ONE 26-Inch 190cc Briggs & Stratton 875 Series Gas Powered Riding Lawn Mower With Electric Start

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  • 190cc 26-Inch Deck
  • Friction Disk Transmission
  • 3 Forward and 1 Reverse Speed
  • Electric Start (no re-coil); 3-Inch Blade Adjustment
  • Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 58 x 29 x 39 inches ; 196 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 351 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is available for shipping in the U.S. except for California and to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00305HF64
  • Item model number: WE1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,630 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Weed Eater branded riding mower offers reliability and phenomenal performance at an affordable price. The 26-inch 190CC (825 Series) Briggs & Stratton Electric Start riding mower (WE1) features a 26-inch mower deck, a three-speed transmission (3 forward and 1 reverse) so you can set your own pace while mowing. 30-inch to 40-Inch turning radius, a fold flat - foam padded seat for added comfort and support while mowing. The WE1 has a friction disk transmission and a manual cable blade engagement, 3-Inch blade engagement, stamped steel front axle, 13-inch rear tires and 10-Inch front tires. Features a 2 quart fuel capacity. When your sick of pushing your walk mower - buy the New WE1 riding lawn mower. Perfect width to ride through any standard yard gate on your lawn. 2 Year Warranty.

Product Description

The new Weed Eater One redefines affordability for easy lawn maintenance. Designed from the ground up for YOU, it is the first compact personal riding mower on the market. Every aspect of the design process took into consideration your feedback on what consumers want in a riding mower. The Weed Eater One boasts a powerful Briggs & Stratton engine, a solid 26-inch cutting deck that delivers a precise, even cut and plenty of comfort features for a smooth and enjoyable ride. It's simply the ONE. The Weed Eater One is fully electric start, all you have to do is turn the key. A simple control on the left allows the operator to adjust the cutting height from approximately 1.5 to 4 inches. Features three drive speeds; speed one is for edging, speed two is for regular grass cutting, and three is for faster transport. Release your foot while in any of the three forward gears and you will be in cruise control for a relaxed cut. Spans approximately 36 inches wide, allowing it to easily fit through a standard yard gate, just lift up the deck chute handle. The Weed Eater One stores flatter against the wall in a garage and with its ability to maneuver in tight spaces, it reduces the need to touch up areas with a push mower or string trimmer, saving you time and money on quality results. An intuitive and easy to use pedal allows the operator to control the brake and clutch with one foot. Pressing down applies the brake, while lifting engages the clutch to propel forward. The 26 inch cutting deck is made of 13 gauge steel and can handle all the bumps and bruises without denting. The deeper deck combined with an efficient single blade design allows for superior airflow resulting in a more uniform cut quality and reduced chance of scalping in uneven terrain. Features a wide step-through frame with incorporated non-slip foot rests so you can mount and dismount safely from either side.

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Customer Reviews

The left wheel was locked into a sharp left turn and the right wheel was facing forward.
Anonymous Reviewer
Too bad, it was a good idea to create a small riding lawn mower for people that have large yards that are just not big enough for a tractor.
Ray J
After this experience I will never buy another product from the Weedeater family again EVER.
The May's

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

94 of 98 people found the following review helpful By J. Haindel on May 22, 2010
Update: (6-20-2011)
The problem with the transmission has never reoccurred again. It is working flawlessly. It may have been a piece of debris that got caught up in the chain or belt and has now gone away. I still really like this mower. The only drawback is the transmission's excessive noise and the vibration when the mower blade is engaged. This mower is perfect for small yards and has plenty power to cut a really thick lawn.

It may also be noteworthy that Sears and Snapper all use this same type of transmission. I have not tried their mowers but I do know they cost two or three times as much as the Weed Eater One.

I have had my Weed Eater We-One for about a month now. I like it very much and will list below my pros and cons:

Cons:
1. Replacement battery costs almost $50. It is a closed wet cell like that used on kids electric cars.
2. The instructions say not to "shift on the go" You are supposed to stop then shift. Bummer
3. The "transmission" is a rubber tire that rides on the output pulley of the motor. (no gears) I wonder about it's longevity.
4. You have to "suck" the oil out of the engine to change your oil.
5. The mower vibrates pretty badly when engaged and while it is in use. It makes the mower somewhat noisy.
6. The steering wheel seems a bit tall.
7. There is no engine speed control. The engine runs at the same RPM at all times.

Pros:
1. The engine has no choke. It works like a car engine and is very easy to start. Pull starting is a breeze and it usually starts on one easy pull. This may eliminate the need to replace the expensive battery.
2. The "shift on the go" is not that badly missed as the clutch works well to slow down.
3.
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125 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Jack Gilliam on March 29, 2010
I have never had a riding lawn mower before. The last year or so I have been thinking about getting a small lawn mower. My lawn is average. Takes about 45 minutes to cut it. So I wanted one that was small & fit through the gate to the back yard. Sears has a craftsman rear engine for $1400. That's more than I wanted to spend plus it maybe to but for my yard. So I seen this Weedeater at Wal-mart for $650. It was the perfect size. It stared right up & was easy to use. I cut my yard & it did a great job. I was real pleased. The only problem I ran into is the mower can not do hills. I have a very small hill & it would not make it up it no matter what I tried. It made it down the hill great. So I will go down & not up. I would say if you have flat yard this is a great mower & go for it.
CORRECTION - I was wrong about the hills. A gentleman called & asked about the mower & stated he had a hill in his back yard he was concerned about. He lived across town so I fired my WE-ONE up and drove it over there. After 3 days, two Cracker barrels, I arrived at his house. ( I really loaded it up on my truck & was there in 10 minutes.) He had a decent size hill.
The WE-ONE rode right on up the hill. No problem at all. I was surprised. So I'm pleased to report go out & get this mower. It is perfect for the person who doesn't want to pay $1400 for a craftman & is tired of walking behind a mower.
Saw this mower at the Local Wal-mart for $650 with a $100 gift card. What a deal.
Also if you read the Walmart reviews it seems some people are have problems because it wasn't put together correctly. So before you panic, read the manual, & think through the problem. Most of the time it is human error & something simple. I am still impressed with this machine.
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83 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Michael Maglio on March 21, 2010
With this being a new item this year, early availability has been low. Found that one of the Big Box retailers had received one or two each and thought I'd snag one quick as they could be in short supply. Going on faith, as no reviews to be found yet, I brought one home still crated. Was very pleased with quality at first sight, found it to be very simple to assemble and it started right up with just some fuel...oil already installed. I had read about the new Briggs 875 engine and although no HP rating, the 8.75 torqe rating was listed. The engine is very quiet with a nice muffler system and it moves the mower over grass very well. Engaging the mower deck (belt driven so do so slowly, the noise level increases while turning the drive pulleys and the blade and the enging revs with the increased load. As it is only mid March, I haven't cut grass with it yet, but I expect it will do so nicely. There are 3 forward speeds and I am hopeful that it will cut well at the fastest because the lower two are a bit slow for long stretches, but nice for going against walkways, etc. There are only four cutting heights available with the middle two being approximately 2 1/4 and 3 1/4 high. I expect that I may wish it had another height in between these, say about 2 3/4, as the highest and lowest will probably not be useful for me. While the ergonomics seem fine so far, the seat appears to have cushioned sections but they are no softer than the rest of it. Given the low price, I can't really quibble with that and I will likely use a stadium seat pad if uncomfortable as is. Controls seem convenient and sightlines for cutting are good. 26" cut is relatively small, but hopefully will be made up for by speed and less walking.Read more ›
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