|Part Number||LM2100SP w/ 5.0|
|Item Weight||98 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||40 x 23 x 20 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||self-propelled mower, 5.0 battery, rapid charger, bag|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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EGO 21" Self Propelled Lawnmower with 5Ah Battery & Rapid Charger
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Technical Specification Item Walk Behind Mower Drive Type Self-Propelled Cutting Width 21' Discharge Side, Rear or Bag Cutting Height 1-1/2' to 4' Handle Adjustable Front Wheel Dia. 7' Front Wheel Width 1-11/16' Rear Wheel Dia. 9' Rear Wheel Width 2'' Battery Type Lithium-Ion Run Time 45 min. with Included 5.0 Ah Battery and Rapid Charger Battery Voltage 56 Charge Time 1 hr. Includes Rapid Charger, Battery, Bag
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As for the mower itself, I've had it for a couple months and I'd highly recommend it with a couple caveats. Compared to a gas mower, it's super quiet and it cuts grass well enough without any fumes or worries about operation related to combustion engines. It's great to not have to worry about refueling or oil changes, etc. The manual states the battery lasts from 30-60 minutes based on the workload (thick, wet grass vs thin dry I would assume). So far it's lasted long enough to always finish the job without any indication of dying on me half-way through. Even if it did, the charger is quite fast, taking less than the specified 60 minutes to fully charge in my experience. The self-propelled feature also works well (although it sounds like an RC car when on), with the drive control on the right hand side and speed control on the left. Speeds can vary from a crawl all the way up to a jogging pace, admittedly I'm not sure why anyone would want a mower to move that fast but you have the option to do it.
The design of the mower's plastic body is bigger than what I was used to coming from a Toro gas mower, so it's more difficult to cut grass around obstacles like trees, fences or other obstructions. The mower also has noticeably less suction/air flow than a gas mower, so it may not cut grass quite as evenly as it otherwise would. I typically use a mower in the fall to mulch leaves and I'm curious to see how well the Ego performs compared to gas, so I'll update this in a month or two with my results. I also wish the battery life indicator was more specific, as it will only alert you when the battery drops below 15%. It would be more useful to either somehow always indicate the current battery level with a cheap lcd display or at least say, having the green led switch to yellow at 50% then red at below 10-15%.
If you're also considering the Greenworks 80v self-propelled mower, do not buy into the idea that 80v is more than 56v therefore it's a better mower. The "power" of the mower would be determined by multiplying the voltage AND amperage of the battery. The Greenworks mower tops out at 5 amps so 80 x 5 = 400 wH compared to Ego's 56 x 7.5 = 420 wH. Both top out at 2800rpm (typically unimpeded, basically no grass). There are other considerations such as battery/mower/blade design and weight to account for, but my point is that voltage isn't everything.