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Greenworks 25072 20-Inch 5-Blade Push Reel Lawn Mower with Grass Catcher
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- 20" cutting path gets the job done quicker and more efficiently
- 2-in-1 feature provides mulching and rear discharge capabilities
- 9 position height adjustment offers a range of cutting height from 1 23/4" to 2 3/4" for the perfect cut on all grass types
- 10" front wheels and 6" rear wheels makes it easy to maneuver across your lawn
- Zero fumes, No Gas, Quiet and Easy to Use for a Green healthy lawn
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|Item Dimensions||11.02 x 18.11 x 28.35 inches|
|Item Weight||31.8 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||25072-RC|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||4 Year Parts & Labor Warranty|
|Shipping Weight||38.3 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Product was packaged very nicely and arrived ahead of schedule
Assembly was easy (make sure you have a wrench handy because the nuts need to be snug)
Grass catcher is a waste of time. Doesn't stay on. I say take it off and let the cut grass decompose into the ground instead of bagging it up in plastic and sending it to the dump.
Mower gets jammed on sticks, mulch pieces, etc. but it only takes a few seconds to clear it out and continue mowing
Not the best for going uphill but works ok on side hills and downhill
This mower would not be suitable for me because I have quite a large lawn and many trees and also need a powerful mower that can pick up leaves and flower petals as well as cut the grass. In the summer I also like to easily convert my mower into mulch-mode so that the clippings are cut fine enough to be mulched into the lawn rather than be caught in a grass catcher.
This Greenworks 18-inch 5-blade mower with grass catcher has a 4-year warranty and is excellent value for money. The assembly is quick and easy, just 8 nuts and bolts are used to assemble the handle structure which is also very easily removable in one piece. Unlike many other reel mowers that I considered this one has a Greenworks grass catcher that attaches firmly to the mower on each side and also clips onto the handle assembly. It does its job well and if you adjust the length of the strap that connects to the handle assembly properly and snap the supports on each side of the catcher so that they are fully extended it will look just like the picture, will not drag on the ground, and almost all of the clippings will end up in the bag. One other advantage of reel mowers, especially a 5-bladed one such as this is that the clippings are very fine and much smaller than those produced by a rotary, gas powered mower. Thus if you cut your lawn weekly in the summer you can probably dispense with the bag and allow the small clippings to fall into the lawn where they will decay and add humus to the soil.Read more ›
Anyway, this mower is well built and relatively lightweight. It cuts well, but when grass (especially "shade" grass) is tall the mower has a tendency to lay the grass down rather than cut it (unlike a powered mower that sucks the grass up before cutting), so mow the grass often. Don't go too fast or the clipped grass will ride the spinning blades over the top and end up on the ground instead of in the bag. Also be careful not to drag the bag across cement (like a sidewalk) or you'll tear the corners of the bag (installing the bag where I recommended also helps prevent this).
A few things could have been designed better, but overall I think this mower is great for smaller lawns, has a bag and is small enough to store.
I will also confirm that a large twig will absolutely stop you dead in your tracks. However, unlike what other reviewers reported, it happily chews through very small twigs without a hiccup. I didn't feel a need to rake my yard before using the mower. So long as you keep on top of your grass and don't let it get really long, the mower isn't any harder to push than a self-propelled gas powered mower. I did mow a small part of the yard of the vacant house next door where the grass was quite long, and it was a lot harder to push. I read a couple of reviews here saying that you have to mow every other day or every third day to keep on top of it. I don't find that to be the case. For me it works to just mow once a week like I did with my gas-powered mower.
I have a small suburban yard, and found that I was able to mow it entirely in under 25 minutes. It did take slightly longer than using my gas-powered mower because the blades are only 16 inches. If I had a larger yard, I'd definitely be left wishing I'd sprung for a reel mower with a wider cutting path. As it is, I'm happy with this mower. Overall it's a time savings because I don't stink like small engine exhaust when I'm done mowing and therefore I don't have to shower.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great construction for a manual push mower. The only problem is the "bag" (really just an open catcher) fills up super quick. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Michael Gurule
Not too hard to put together, maybe 15 minutes total. My lawn was really ragged when I tried to use this. It's hard to push regularly and with longer grass almost impossible. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Matthew Ross
Perfect for a small lawn! No cords or gas to mess with and cuts the grass perfectly even. Love this mower.Published 6 days ago by Penny MP Nevarez
I almost didn't buy this lawnmower - my only exposure to a rotary mower had been back in the 80s, and it was terrible. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Erick C. Adam
Does great at cutting grass. Just don't let your grass get to long, and it should be fine. I let the neighbor kid (who is 12)borrow it sometimes and he loves helping his very busy... Read morePublished 9 days ago by JenieD
Great mower! It cuts great and is NOT difficult to push at all - and I don't consider myself in great physical condition. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I very much enjoy this mower, it works just as expected. Starts up every time. However, this is not a practical solution if you have a large yard. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Navy Mama
Extremely easy assembly and cuts right through grass with a little elbow grease applied. This will not tackle tall grass terribly easily and edging along fences or walkways is a... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Robert Mullin
Good exercise in the spring and fall, use power in the heat of east texas summer.Published 16 days ago by Robert Kovacs