Gardena 4025-U 15-Inch 25-Volt 3.2 amp Lithium-Ion Cordless Push Reel Lawn Mower
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- Can also be used without rechargeable battery as a conventional reel lawnmower.
- LED display indicates battery charge level.
- Cutting height is easily and infinitely adjustable using a handy controller and cutting-height scale.
- Ergonomically shaped handle, featuring conveniently positioned switch, makes it easy to push the lawnmower.
- Powerful, easy-care, 25 V lithium-ion battery for powerful cutting performance, replaceable.
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From the Manufacturer
Gardena's aim is to provide a simple and convenient solution to all of your watering, soil and lawn care problems. We manufacture reliable, quality gardening equipment to make light work of your gardening tasks, giving you more time to relax and enjoy your garden. Our commitment to bring you reliable gardening equipment doesn't stop when you buy your Gardena product from your local garden center. We offer a minimum 12 month parts and labor warranty on all our products so in the unlikely event that your Gardena product develops a fault, we will repair or replace the item free of charge. If your product is older than 12 months we have a national repair service which will give you a free estimate for parts and labor to repair your product.
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Update from 5 stars to 2 stars, in less than an a half a day. After writing my first review on this product I went out to mow the lawn. The mower ran over a rock and now the blades will not turn, motor runs but the blades do not. I have spent hours looking for a repair shop for Gardena lawn mowers but have found none. So 2 stars until I can get my new garage ornament repaired.
Update #2 from 2 stars to 4 stars:I was still unable to find a repair shop in the U.S.A. but I did get in contact with Gardena Customer Service. Emailed back and forth with,Liviana Macoretta, Phone: 905-792-9330 Fax: 905-792-8996, email: email@example.com. I had to buy a special tool (big box hardware store) to remove the mower's wheel, I found that the drive belt had broken. It took me another 2 hours of hunting on the internet to find a supplier, which I did, [...] ; they advertize through amazon.com Purchased two replacement belts for about $6 each, plus shipping; Gardena wanted $10 each. Received the replacement belts in short time. An easy fix with the right tool, now I am back in business. Funny thing, the manufacturer of the belt in Germany, wanted about $8 for the belt but the shipping was $50.
A lawn service is expensive. The cost of paying for a lawn service for one season is more than the cost of a typical lawn mower.
I had a cordless electric rotary lawnmower, which was good, but broke the first time I hit a tree root. This Gardena is so lightweight, and is a reel-type with the blade rotation axis horizontal instead of vertical, that I hit a tree root a few times a year and the mower just goes over and jumps a little.
I've purchased three reel-type lawnmowers, one of another brand and two of this brand. This brand, Gardena, has easily available spare batteries, and the batteries charge separately from the lawnmower. That means that while mowing with one battery, I can charge the other. Batteries are lithium-ion, so they are high energy-density, and have no memory effect. I recommend buying at least one spare battery. I found that for my one-third-acre lot, I needed a third battery (one comes with the lawnmower), and I need to have lots of time to mow the lawn, or have access to a bigger more powerful lawnmower for the spring when the grass grows quickly, here in the northeast US. I would recommend this lawnmower if you have smaller than about a quarter acre. It's perfect if you have a tiny area of grass and you want a maintenance-free mower that requires no gasoline and is quiet, but you don't want a manual push-type. This mower allows you to use it without the battery, but that's difficult. Normally, the battery and motor spin the blades, but this is a push-mower with no power to the wheels. It's fine for a flat lawn or a small lawn.
My first reel-type cordless electric lawnmower had lead-acid batteries, used the lawnmower to charge, and died after one year. My Gardena, however, was so much better, in so many ways, that when it died after two years, I decided to give this same brand and model another try. Assembly may be a little tricky, but it takes less than an hour to assemble. I've now had this second Gardena for a few months, and it continues to be fine.
Small LEDs on the mower are helpful to indicate if the battery is good, low, or very low. The LED remains lit for 20 seconds from when the mower is started. If you want to see the battery level, you just have to stop and restart the mower. Starting this mower is very easy compared to a gasoline-powered mower.
I usually use the grass-catcher, but it's good without the grass catcher as well.
Here's one tip that I learned that may not be obvious. Buy a can of silicone spray and spray the reel's blades and the two ends of the axle before every mowing. The blades will cut better longer and will tend not to stick as much, and grass may not stick as much to the blades.
These blades don't seem to normally need sharpening, at least not for a few years, because the "blades" cut against a metal edge with very little clearance. (A feeler gauge is included for adjusting the clearance, but I have never needed to adjust this.) The blades are not really sharp blades with a sharp edge to cut the grass, so they tend not to dull.
The blades are short enough, from side-to-side, to allow much easier clearance than my previous cordless electric reel-type lawnmower for my fingers for clearing out grass that wraps around the axle at both ends. This occurs only when the grass is long, usually in the spring. This mower is best for mowing short dry grass, but it's still ok for long or wet grass. I usually set this mower to its highest height, which cuts the grass lower than most rotary type lawnmowers.
This mower is so lightweight that I often find it easier to lift over the junk in my garage than to wheel. This mower folds compactly for winter storage.
The wall-plug charger has a small LED that's positioned nicely, facing directly away from the wall while plugged in, not on top and not on the bottom of the plug, so that from a distance it's obvious whether a battery is still charging (red) or fully charged (green). That's convenient so that I can use one charger and I know when it's time to move on to the next battery so that I can keep all my batteries charged. Battery usage depends a lot on whether the grass is long or short, or wet or dry. I would estimate that one battery can mow almost a quarter acre of normal length dry grass, so I find that having a second battery is essential. The batteries take so long to charge (overnight) that you usually cannot mow with one battery, and then expect to charge it quickly enough to continue mowing the same day.
The orange-color-coded plastic parts make it obvious which parts are to be used for adjustments, such as for the blade height or for folding the mower for storage. Or for changing batteries--which is very quick and easy.
The only drawback in the design might be that the handle seems to be just a couple of inches shorter than might be comfortable, and I'm 5'8" tall. If you're taller, you might find yourself leaning forward to get a good, low angle on the handle, and that won't be comfortable after a while.
Summary: This is the best mower for a small lawn, less than one-quarter acre. It may also be good as a second lawnmower, if you have areas that your primary mower is too big to get into or around.
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