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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|Cutting width||15 inches|
|Package Height||15.6 x 15.8 x 22.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||35.4 pounds|
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Since it's very simple -- essentially a push-reel mower with an attached battery -- there's not much that can go wrong. The only reason I gave it four stars rather than five had nothing to do with the mower itself. It became clear from the owner's manual and other documentation I reviewed before assembly that this mower was made for the European market. The English portion of the directions was geared towards Great Britain, and the nearest service center to U.S. customers is in Canada.
Regarding the battery, the supplied charging transformer appeared to cover a wide range of voltages, so I thought it would be safe to plug in; however, I would have been more comfortable had they put in an insert stating that it was appropriate for U.S. 110V outlets. It took slightly longer to charge at first than the six hours stated, but the 25V lithium ion battery fully charged was enough to mow the front and back yards of two medium sized homes without showing any slowdown. I even went over one of the lawns twice because I needed to adjust the height of the cut. So power and battery life were excellent.
The hook for the grass catcher slipped off the handle a couple of times, but that was an easy fix by bending the curve of the wire hook tighter with a pair of pliers.
As long as the battery lasts, I like this mower very much. I'm a petite, out-of-shape, senior female, and I have absolutely no problem pushing this light-weight mower. I believe it would be ideal for senior citizens. The handle folds for storage, and it is easy to clean with an auto detailing brush.
First - we have a quarter acre lot (well just over that) and I can get either the front or back mowed in one charge (I double mow). I do not generally bag but if I do, it eats more battery (from starting and stopping). Someone mentioned not mulching - but if you double cut or keep it short and cut regularly I find it stays healthy.
Second - I do not believe it using chemicals on my lawn, or watering for the most part. So the shorter grass is nice because it seeds out earlier in spring. I think the shorter lawn helps keep it looking nicer.
Third - I gave this four stars because it is ultra quiet, cuts well, is light weight, can bag easily, is usable by my 13 year old daughter, is "dummy proof" and is highly efficient!
Fourth - only gave it four stars because wet and tall grass burns through the battery and the width of the mower is a little narrow.
Fifth - one reviewer noted it is more "european" than for the US - well the parent company is hsuqvarna (sic.) and the yards & gardens in a lot of European areas are not as massive as our suburban McMansions - so I would agree with him. Though any husqvarna repair location will work (found several in the midwest).
Sixth - mowing lawns is one of the largest carbon emitters in the US - knowing that I am not destroying my hearing or the environment with this mower makes me feel better about life in general, but I can also listen to my mp3 player and mow and still hear the neighbor kids riding by me!
Seventh & final - I would recommend a second battery on a larger lawn, but the reason I went with the push reel mower was so I can finish a patch if the battery dies.... which I can, but it is a PITA.
Hope this helps!
This little one arrived early this spring and I have used it for 3 months how.
It is a small mower, a bit heavier than my 20" manual reel mower, I have a backyard size similar to a tennis court, one battery charge can cover 80-90% normally. I am using a 32gal trash can to collect clippings, it can cut about 2 full cans for each battery charge. therefore I need to mow my lawn on both Saturday and Sunday without getting the 2nd battery.
The design is ok, but there are some major problems I have seen and not mentioned by other reviewers.
1, The clipping collector design is bad, first, it did not hold its shape. if you lay down your mower, the bag will lay down its edges as well, I will upload a photo to show this.
2, The straps holding the bag to the handle is a bad design, each time you upload the clippings, you need to spend 30 secs to unwrap/warp it, it take more time to remove the clipping than mowing the lawn. I fixed it by adding a metal "quick release" so I can take it off easily, you will see it in the photo I upload.
3, There is a safety plug next to the battery, you suppose to remove it when you are no mowing, for example, removing the clipping bag, but there is no designated place to put it when you unplug it, there should be a place holder some where so it won't lost.
4, There is a label for indicate battery level, mine fall out last week.
I am still keeping it, because it help me to get my mowing work done faster than the other two mowers I have, especially for small area like my front lawn. but for a big yard, you will need the expensive extra battery or mow several times. I hope they will improve the design and let user enjoy the fun of mowing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very nice quality build lawnmower. Very light and easy to use and push. Wheels are not driven by electric mower but when you engage the motor to cut grass, mower pushes with... Read morePublished 45 minutes ago by Amazon Customer
So, I can't speak to the longevity of the mower or battery, but so far it's awesome. I have been using a manual (push) reel mower for several years because I couldn't find a good... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Barefoot In The Backyard
USE ON MY NEW ZOYSIA LAWN. CUTS BEAUTIFULLY. EASY TO CHARGE. CLEAN. QUIET, AND LIGHTWEIGHT. WOULD NOT USE ON COARSE TALL GRASS LIKE FESCUE.Published 19 days ago by MM
Love, love, love this mower!! We went from a Fiskars manual mower, which was fine the first couple of times mowing, but it is a piece of work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sue
I've got about 12,000 sq ft of zoysia and this unit just powers through it. Had to get a second battery and I cut the front one day and the back the next so I have enough juice... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bob_S
Perfect size for my husband's "boutique" lawn. We reduced our grass turf to about 10% of what it had been due to drought. Read morePublished 3 months ago by One Smart Lady
The mower worked quite well on my small patch of grass. My only concern, there were no English instructions on assemble and use.Published 4 months ago by Dixie Sipe
This is the best non-gas powered reel mower there is hands down!Published 9 months ago by Stephen Lee Lemmons Jr.