Lawn Boy 10603 20-Inch 149cc 6-1/2 GT OHV Kohler Gas Powered Push Lawn Mower (Older Model)
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- Height adjustment is 1-Inch to 4-Inch
- Push mower
- 20-Inch wide cutting deck
- 3-in-1 Ready: mulch/bag/side discharge
- Non-CARB compliant/not for sale in california
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|Manufacturer Warranty Description||2-Year full warranty (under normal use and maintenance)|
|Package Height||19 x 21.9 x 36 inches|
|Shipping Weight||79.75 pounds|
This Lawn-Boy 20-inch push mower is lightweight and maneuverable yet is powerful enough to cut through tough grass. It is equipped with a Kohler 149cc 6-1/2 gross torque over head valve engine that requires no priming and is easy to pull. The smaller deck width allows for mowing in tight areas. The deep dome deck design accompanied with the tri-cut blade make for better mulching. Not only can the mower mulch but is also can bag and side discharge. For homeowners seeking a reliable mower that is budget-friendly and back to basics, Lawn-Boy builds on the quality and craftsmanship that made Lawn-Boy a backyard icon. With Lawn-Boy mowers the choice is clear cut. All Lawn-Boy mowers are backed by Lawn-Boy's 2-year full warranty. If anything goes wrong in the first two years, under normal use and maintenance, Lawn-Boy will fix it free.
Top Customer Reviews
I was especially interested in the claim that the Lawn Boy would start on the first pull, and was pleasantly surprised to find that it actually did so. Set up of the mower was quite simple and it took me about 15 minutes to get it out of the box and have it ready to mow. I started by mowing the flat side of my yard and immediately noticed that it seemed to be quite hard to push. In fact, it was harder to push the Lawn Boy than it was to push the Toro. When I started mowing the steep front part of the lawn I was struggling to get the thing up the hill. I'm 6 feet tall, weigh 210 pounds and am in fairly good shape so I was depressed about my inability to easily push the mower up the hill. It finally dawned on me to check the weight of the mower and was surprised to find that it weighs almost 70 pounds. That might not sound like much, but it is. Before you buy this mower, get a wheelbarrow and fill it with any kind of material until you have a total weight, including the wheelbarrow, of 70 pounds. Push that around on a flat surface for a while and then push it up and down a hill and see how it feels. If you have no problem doing that for about 45 minutes then by all means buy this mower. If not, you will need to buy either a push mower that weighs far less, or go with a self-propelled model. In spite of its weight, I gave the mower a good rating because it starts on the first pull and it mulches extremely well. I returned the mower and got the model 10604, which is the same mower except it is self-propelled. The variable speed works well and I can now mow my lawn without struggling.
I spend so much time with poorly planned manuals, difficult registration, and tedious setups. We need to notice when a company gets it right. Good job Lawn Boy.
I put aside a half hour to "get to know my mower", using the manual. I needed 5 minutes. Simple, basic, system. Seems like standard mowers have gotten a lot easier to use without much increase in price.
I couldn't buy this any cheaper at Lowe's, Menards, or Ace. So far, 1 mowing down and it worked very well. Impressive simplicity in starting.
I called LawnBoy and was told that I need to take it to an authorized dealer. I bought it from Amazon because I didn't want to put a lawnmower in my car.
I contacted a handful of local dealers and they say I need to put $50 down which MAY be refundable IF it is under warranty. They have also told me, depending on the dealer, that it will be a week to 2 weeks before I get it back.
I called Lawn Boy back and they said that I had to go through this process. I asked for a manager, and was told there wasn't one available.
I called Toro, the parent company, and was told to leave a message, but their machine wouldn't let me leave a message.
I called Amazon, great as always, processed a refund and now I am buying another lawnmower from Amazon but made by a different company.