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DEWALT 20V MAX Lawn Mower, 3-in-1, 2 Batteries (DCMW220P2)
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|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Weight||56.7 Pounds|
|Cutting Width||20 Inches|
|Product Dimensions||48"D x 22"W x 20"H|
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- Push mower comes with powerful brushless motor and (2) 20V MAX* batteries working simultaneously for high power output.
- 3-in-1 push lawn mower for mulching, bagging and side discharging
- Battery lawn mower has heavy-duty 20-inch metal deck
- Single lever adjusts height ranging from 1.5 inch to 3.4 inch
- Folding handle and lift handles for easy transport and compact storage
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|Item Dimensions||48 x 22 x 20 inches||41.32 x 23.82 x 17.38 inches||39 x 24 x 17.75 inches||22.44 x 33.47 x 19.02 inches|
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The 2x 20V MAX* 3-in-1 Cordless Lawn Mower is powered by (2) 20V MAX* batteries to deliver 2x the voltage. The high-output brushless motor delivers powerful performance and increases torque in high overgrowth. The lawn mower's 3-in-1 capability allows for mulching, bagging, or rear clipping discharge. It is perfect for properties up to 1/4 acre. For optimal performance, the battery-powered lawn mower can be paired with high capacity 20V MAX* DEWALT batteries or FLEXVOLT 20V/60V MAX* batteries for extended runtime and maximum compatibility across DEWALT battery systems. This cordless lawn mower is designed to help you get the job done with a 20-inch metal deck, quick and easy single lever height adjustment, and folding handles for compact upright storage.
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018
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So, after this initial first outing, I was very disappointed. I didn't think the mower would be able to handle grass that was too tall, but rather than throw in the towel, I decided to try a few different settings the next time I mowed. Fast-forward 1 week and the lawn was ready to be mowed. This time, the grass wasn't too tall (maybe 3 inches or so) and I figured that maybe I would be able to get through the whole lawn this time. With 2 fully charged batteries, I went back out, set the deck once again to the lowest setting so I cut the grass nice and short and started mowing. This time however, I added the bag attachment to catch all the grass clippings to see if that extended my battery life. The difference in grass height certainly made a difference as did the bag attachment. I was able to get about half the entire lawn mowed before the batteries died. I popped them on the charger and finished up the lawn later that night. I went from a 2 day mowing job to a single day, though still had to charge the batteries once during the job, which was fairly annoying but allowed me to do other yard work.
Week 3: Time to mow the lawn again! This time, I decided I would try raising the deck from the lowest setting to the setting right in the middle (position 3). With 2 fully charged batteries and a grass height of about 3 inches, I was able to mow the entire lawn on the same 2 batteries. Success! I finally found the sweet spot. The only issue is the grass is cut a little higher than I tend to like it.
Week 4: After finally figuring out how high the grass should be and what setting to keep the mower deck on, I figured I would try again, but this time drop the deck height to setting 2. Once again, I was able to mow the entire lawn on 2 batteries without having to charge them. This is now my permanent yard settings for my mower and each time, I am able to mow the lawn on a single set of batteries assuming they are fully charged.
Having had a couple months of lawn mowing under my belt with this new mower I can definitely say that first impressions were terrible, but I am glad I stuck with it to find the settings that worked for me. Here are some the pros of this mower:
1. It is quiet for a mower. I am able to mow the lawn super early in the morning or even late at night under the twilight and it doesn't cause enough noise to be heard unless you are within maybe 20 feet of the mower. This alone makes this mower worth buying for me. Being able to mow the entire lawn before it's sunny and hot outside is great. And it doesn't bother the neighbors!
2. No pull string, oil or gas to deal with. I'm terrible at maintaining my gas powered lawn equipment. This mower makes that easy. The only thing you really need to maintain is the sharpness on the blade and the battery level.
3. COMPACT!!! Dewalt added some adjustment knobs to allow you to fold the mower handle down on top of the deck and have the entire thing be very compact. After I am done mowing, I take out my batteries, fold up the mower and store it next to the wall where it takes up very little room.
4. Bag attachment actually works like it should. My previous gas powered mower also had the 3 options of discharge, mulch or bag. I could never use the bag option because it would only get about 1/5 full then the grass would just pile up in the shoot and not fill the bag. Not so with the Dewalt bag. It collects all the grass and fills to capacity. When it is full, it's easy to hear the blade spin down differently and you see grass kick out the sides. It holds a ton of grass for how small it looks so I only ever have to empty it 3-4 times throughout the course of mowing my 1/2 acre lot.
5. It's a battery powered mower! I can use the same 20v batteries from this mower for my other tools. Given that most of my cordless tools are all DeWalt, this is a natural choice for me since the batteries are plentiful.
1. The battery life just isn't that great if you have a big mowing job ahead of you. I was using the 5 amp batteries that came with the mower. This would be the recommended MINIMUM amps for a battery in this mower if you want it to last longer than about 30 seconds. I tried the smaller 20v batteries I use in my drill and a couple 3 amp batteries and none of them lasted long enough to make it worthwhile draining those batteries. I would recommend investing in 2 of the 9 amp batteries to save you on charging time.
2. The discharge "option" makes zero sense to me. If you don't mulch or attach the bag, the grass discharges out the back of the mower, directly onto your feet as you are mowing. It's not only annoying, but can be painful and gross. This option is a hazard and shouldn't even be a thing. An attachment to direct the discharge out the side should come with the mower, but sadly does not. I can't complain much about this though as the bag option works so well, I can't honestly see myself using anything different.
3. One other minor annoyance is the safety "key" you need to keep plugged in. I am not sure why that thing even exists. I took off the string, which was annoyingly long, and just keep it in all the time so it starts when I press the button. I don't store it with batteries in, so there is no risk of it starting up somehow. This "feature" just seems excessive an unnecessary, but I am guessing it was some sort of health and safety requirement.
4. There is no auto push with the wheels. They move on their own by you pushing the mower. It's nice to have those powered wheels to help move the mower, but I imagine that would drain the battery life a lot faster. So again, it's kind of a convenience feature that isn't really required, but would be nice to have.
After using this mower now for a couple of months, I can safely say that my initial reactions were guarded concern, but my long term thoughts on the mower are that it works fantastic for a small to mid size lot for residential use. It cuts evenly and doesn't bog down in thick grass. When the batteries are dead, it just shuts down so you don't have to worry about uneven cuts or wondering if you have just a few more feet with the mower. All in all, DeWalt made a quality product for entry level lawn mowing. If they come out with a 60V version, I can see it easily sliding into more demanding jobs to fully replace the gas mower. For me and my 1/2 acre lot, this 20V version did just that. I no longer have the gas mower since this does the trick!
I would also recommend getting a fast charger for the batteries. That is my main reason for 4 rather than 5 stars. I don't understand why DeWalt would sell this with not only a single rather than double charger, but with a single normal rate charger that takes about 2 hours to charge the 5-6 ah batteries. I bought a generic 4.5 amp output charger that charges them in about an hour for $25-30. Well worth it. As well as getting 2 generic batteries for between $45-65. Probably the cheaper generics are as good as the ones that cost $20 more. The LiBattery ones I got were $65 and I should have just bought ones for $45, as they didn't impress me.
Results of static run time test in DEWALT DCMW220P2 2X20V Dw Lawn Mower
[ ] LiBattery 6ah battery 1st light 8 minutes
[ ] LiBattery 6ah left battery 2nd light 18 minutes
[ ] LiBattery 6ah right battery 2nd light 19 minutes
[ ] LiBattery 6ah battery died 20 minutes
[ ] Dewalt left 5ah battery 1st light 9 minutes
[ ] Dewalt right 5ah battery 1st light 10 minutes
[ ] Dewalt left 5ah battery 2nd light 18.5 minutes
[ ] Dewalt right 5ah battery 2nd light 21.3 minutes
[ ] Dewalt left 5ah battery 3rd light 23.75 minutes
[ ] Dewalt right 5ah battery light 24.5 minutes
[ ] Dewalt 5ah batteries died 25.5 minutes
Large rear wheels made it easy to push and lowering and raising lever was so easy a kid or my mom could do it.
Rear bag was easy to remove and empty. Has a mulching adapter stuck in the rear that you should remove first before mowing as it blocks the rear bag exit hole and is actually great how they did it with a small plastic device with a hand grip that comes out or in in a second with the bag off.
Handle has a 2 level adjustment and folds to the front for vertical storage, but watch the power wire, not in the best place and almost pinched it when I first folded the handle out, needs to be on the other side of the bar rather than where it is routed.
All in all, I'm very pleased with it after my first mowing. Did it on the lowest setting and got 20 minutes run time. Would probably get a little, but not much, more on a higher setting as my static (sitting in place) test indicates.
Update: After a year of use, I've lowered my rating to 3 stars, because I believe this mower has a design flaw. 1st I thought it was just that the rear bag was sitting too high, also a design flaw, as it is, so I bent it down some. That helped a bit to improve the rear port clogging, but still not all the way. Recently I started cutting without the bag, but the problem is the rear port clogs regardless. I even added a string to hold the rear deflector shield up some thinking the problem was that it was to close to the port exit. Didn't really help. My current thinking is that the rear is too high, so next I'm going to try to elevate the front wheels somewhat. Hopefully that helps. The problem is, when the rear port clogs as badly as it does, the mower is then mulching the grass as if the mulching attachment was in, and if you've read reviews where people forgot to remove the mulching attachment, you know that that decreases battery life tremendously. This problem is exacerbated when the grass has ANY moisture at all.
Seeing that the price has increased by $200 since I bought it last year, I thought maybe they had redesigned it, or at least added the quick charger that it should have had when new, or maybe included two better batteries, as the two 5ah batteries included will only BARELY cut the front lawn of a 1/8th acre house lot(160x50ft, I think) that has a big tree, so not even the whole lot has grass.
IMHO, this mower is definitely not worth the current price, barely worth the $370 I paid, without a dual fast charger or 2 higher capacity batteries, or both. I may be for those who already have those items, but wow, I wouldn't pay $570 for it even if I did. There are much better mowers in that price range OR LESS like the GreenWorks or EGO, or SNAPPER XD MAX.
Another thing to consider is that the battery power last less when it's hot, or when the batteries get hot from current draw. I've found that in hot weather cutting for 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off(to let batteries cool) actually gets more overall cutting time.
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So if you want to cut your whole lawn you just have to go out and buy two 60volt flex batteries for $600
Thanks I am poor now