Husqvarna 7021P 21-Inch 160cc Honda GCV160 Gas Powered 3-N-1 Push Lawn Mower With High Rear Wheels (CARB Compliant)
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- 21-inch, gas-powered push lawn mower with 160cc Honda GVC160 engine, ideal for smaller yards
- 3-in-1 cutting system--mulch, rear bag, and side discharge
- 12-inch rear wheels increase maneuverability over a variety of terrain
- Adjustable handle for ergonomic operation; folds for storage
- 7021P is compliant for the state of California
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|Cutting width||21 inches|
|Item Dimensions||68 x 23 x 38 inches|
|Item Weight||55 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9613300-07|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||2 Year Parts & Labor Warranty|
|Shipping Weight||77.9 pounds|
Exceptional Products For Exceptional Yards. Great yards demand equipment that's as dedicated and hardworking as you. Fortunately, the Husqvarna range of lawn and garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and ride-on mowers to trimmers and chainsaws to let you master your great outdoors. You and Husqvarna - together we will make your yard the envy of the neighborhood. The Husqvarna 7021P is an efficient mower featuring a compact design making it easy to manuever in tight spaces, and three cutting systems, collection, mulch and side discharge. The handle folds for easy storage and transportation and double ball-bearing wheels ensure smooth operation and durability. The 7021P also offers 4-point, 9 position cutting height adjustment for varying lawn conditions. 2 Year Parts & Labor Warranty
Ideal for the smaller yard, the compact, efficient 21-inch, gas-powered Husqvarna 7021P push lawn mower is easy to maneuver in tight spaces and features three cutting systems--including side discharge option and mulching capability--plus a collection bag. It's powered by a Honda GCV engine and the handle folds for easy storage and transportation.
bag, and side discharge (see larger image).
and storage (see larger image).
Powerful and Versatile
The 7021P provides a 21-inch cutting width, 1.5- to 3.5-inch cutting height, six cutting height increments, and four-point height adjustment. Its easy-starting, high-spec 6.9-gross-torque Honda GCV160 engine ensure smooth, efficient operation.
Like all Husqvarna walk-behind mowers, the 7021P utilizes a three-in-one cutting system and offers mulching, rear bag collection, and side discharge capabilities. Its mulch capabilities mean you can return vital nutrients back into the soil for a healthier, greener lawn.
Uneven terrain, bumps, and tight areas around trees and bushes are no problem, with the 7021P. 12-inch rear wheels and double ball bearings keep things smooth and stable, even when the ground isn't.
Premium Features for Easy Operation
Designed to be as user friendly as it is powerful, the 7021P's handle offers a soft grip and height adjustment for more comfortable pushing. And when you're done, simply fold the handle down for quick and easy storage and portability. It's backed by a 2-year limited warranty.
maneuverability (see larger image).
What's in the Box
Husqvarna 7021P push mower, collection bag, and manual
Husqvarna: Exceptional Products for Exceptional Yards
Great yards demand equipment that is as dedicated and hardworking as you are. Fortunately, Husqvarna's range of garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and snow blowers to trimmers and chainsaws that let you master your slice of the great outdoors. With Husqvarna, it's easy to make your yard the envy of the neighborhood. Founded in Sweden in 1689, Husqvarna is one of the world's oldest companies.
Top Customer Reviews
- The price
- The fact that it has a Honda motor
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Needless to say, I was not disappointed. I am a strong believer that Honda makes some of the best small engines made, far better than many of their competitors. What is a mower if not a blade connected to a motor on wheels? In other words, motor brand was very important to me. I looked at actual Honda mowers, but they were substantially more expensive than this one. I looked at them pretty carefully and didn't see any big differences between the Honda brand and the much cheaper Husqvarna.
Mower arrived almost completely assembled and just needed oil (included) and gas. Filled it up, pulled the starter cord and boom! fired up first time. Amazing. Honda really has something with their auto-choke system in these small motors.
It did a great job mowing the lawn in mulch mode and eating up lots of leaves that had fallen from our Oregon maples in fall. It was extremely easy to push and made me question why I had ever bought a mower with power assist, pushing this mower was just as easy and didn't take any parasitic power from the motor.
Overall I am very satisfied with this mower. I'll report back after I get through a season with it, but first impressions are very impressive.
1. The choke-less, prime-less start feature took a bit of getting used to. The first couple starts you have to pull 5 or 10 times before it will take. But once the engine is run it, it starts pretty much first pull every time. The pull is also nice and easy. We'll see about the longevity of the system, but its functionality is great.
2. The only reason I haven't given this five stars - the bolts that hold the handle onto the mower deck have a tendency to work loose, causing the handle to be really loose and pop off the deck easily. I have already lost one set that dropped off while I was mowing, and now I have to check to make sure they are tight every time I mow. It's annoying and I've never experienced this problem with any other mower (Husqy or other brand).
Other than that, I love this mower. The wheels roll fast, it's nice and powerful, and doesn't have an annoying self-propulsion system to siphon power from the blade--its a nice simple system with a minimum of things that can break. I highly recommend it.!
I didn't want my mower to be self-propelled. My 1/3 acre yard is fairly flat and easy to mow. I don't have any trouble pushing a mower around. Self-propelled mowers cost more, weigh more, and have more parts to break. But my biggest reason is you get less power to the blade because the motor is also powering the drive wheels. Just a plain ol' push mower for me, thanks!
The Husqvarna 7021P is a 21" push mower with an excellent 160cc GCV Honda engine. I'm not exactly sure when it happened, but sometime between the purchase of my last mower and this new one, the old standard of horsepower ratings has been replaced by a new "gross torque" rating. This is supposedly a more accurate assessment of a mower's power. I don't know...just go with it. This Honda engine is rated at 6.9 gross torque which is on par with, or somewhat better than, most other walk-behind mowers. And because YOU provide the power to push it, all of that torque is going to the cutting blade. The engine features a new Easy Start auto choke system that just plain works great. There is no primer bulb to push. For a cold start you simply slide the choke lever over, squeeze the safety bar on the handle and pull. Mine has started on the first pull every single time without exception. The choke releases by itself so you don't have to do it, and there is no chance of flooding the engine. Nice. The Honda motor runs smooth and strong. It's not necessarily any quieter than other mowers, but it does have a little deeper tone to it. I like the sound.
There are a few other features that attracted me to the Husqvarna 7021P also. It has double ball-bearing wheels which roll very smooth and easy. This model also has the taller rear wheels which help navigate uneven terrain and bumps like tree roots. The 7021P has three modes for mowing. You can attach a rear bag to catch the clippings, use as a side-discharge mower, or use as a mulcher. I use my mower as a mulcher exclusively. This mower also has a handle which folds easily for compact storage or transport.
Set up is super easy. Simply remove the mower from the box, extend and tighten the handle, add the included oil, and add gas. That's it. You're ready to mow.
The first time I used this mower I had it set too low. It didn't have any trouble powering through the grass, but it did leave some clumps behind (remember...I'm mulching). But the next time I mowed I raised it up one notch to the one in the middle. Now I don't get any clumps at all, and it's probably a healthier setting for my grass. The cut is very uniform and the yard looks great when I'm done.
I am very happy with my purchase. Just because I didn't want a self-propelled mower doesn't mean I wanted a disposable piece of junk. The Husqvarna 7021P is a quality mower with a great engine and good build quality. It performs like a champ and leaves my lawn looking well groomed. I highly recommend this mower.