RazarSharp MiniMower - The Original 13" Electric Lawn Mower for Urban Yards
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|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Weight||29 Pounds|
|Cutting Width||13 Inches|
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- Smallest Lawn Mower on the Market - 13" Cutting Width & Only 29 lbs!
- Designed for Urban Homeowners with Small Lawns
- Eco-Friendly Product - Quiet & Safe 14 Amp Motor with Zero Emission Performance
- Durable, High-lift blade with Optional Mulching Kit
- Easily Stored with Convenient, Foldable Handles
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This ItemRazarSharp MiniMower - The Original 13" Electric Lawn Mower for Urban Yards
|power source||corded-electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||corded-electric|
|color||Green||Green||Black/Green||Orange and Black||Green/Black||Green|
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Look no further for the perfect lawnmower for small urban yards! The MiniMower is the smallest electric lawnmower on the market. Compact (13 inches wide) and lightweight (just 29 pounds) it easily stores on a shelf or in a closet. But don’t let the size fool you, this lawnmower packs a punch, with many of the same important features of lawnmowers twice as large. Its unique 2-in-1 design hardened steel-blade cuts and creates a lift that carries away grass clippings as you mow. Easy-to-use features include height adjustments, rear bag catcher, safety lever, foldable handles, extension cord loop and hooks. Outdoor-rated extension cord required for operation (not included). Mulching Kit available separately: a separate lawn mower mulching blade and adaptor that mulches the grass as you mow. Allows the option for lawn mowing without the catcher and recycling the grass clippings back into your lawn.
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Don't be surprised by it's size; it'll mow you over. If you want your lawn to look like astroturf, not the cheap shiny kind, get this mower with the mulching kit.... You'll "wonder where the grass went!"
MINI RAZAR / MAXIREWARD!!!
I wish it had a little plastic thing on top full of plastic balls though like a (play school mower) lol...
I am sure i can modify one to fit...
Anyways this is a great tiny mower was easy enough to assemble although the Instructions not so great but I figured it out.
not too heavy to push. Definitely sounds plastic.
It had great reviews so I am adding mine to list.
I have very small patch of grass and this is much better than the push mower i had that made grass lie flat and not get cut even.
1) Assembly was relatively easy ... about 20 minutes, requiring only a Phillips screwdriver (with a powerful wrist to drive in the permanent screws) and a small crescent wrench to install the upper handle. The various holes did line up for assembly for me, unlike what some others have complained about. Yes, a second person would make assembly easier, but I had no problems by turning the unit on its side to alternately assemble each side. The springs used to hold the cutting height adjustment for each axle are WAY too strong for their purpose. Arnold would easily be able to make the height adjustment, but a normal person needs a very strong pair of hands to make those adjustments.
2) An absolutely INSANE clippings catcher design and attachment procedure! While it took only 20 minutes to assemble the mower, it required over TWO HOURS of fiddling with the catcher to successfully attach it. I was close to returning the unit for just this one horrible feature. The Razarsharp representative has commented on other reviews that you just have to "get the hang of it" to properly attach the catcher. The user manual is woefully lacking in help for doing so. Instructions are limited to keeping the catcher level and just "attach the catcher to the mower." Well let me tell you, it will take alot of "hanging" practice to make it convenient and useful. Note that there is no .PDF manual available online at Razarsharp's website. They need to make one available. (UPDATE 11/23/14: There is a PDF manual on their website now.)
3) While the catcher is affixed by horizontally joining it to the back of the mower; when full, the catcher is angled upward to detach it, thereby spilling clippings.
4) Perfomance is good. It is recommended to half-mow each strip on tall grass, which is a worthy suggestion. The unit performs well if making sure to not strain the motor in thickets or during a long-overdue mowing job.
5) The size and weight of the mower is excellent for very small yards (only 16'x10' for us). Our dog is a little confused by his new yard, asking "is this all there is?" Hilarious!
6) There are some references about a "folding" design, and being able to "fit on a shelf." Those are somewhat overstated unless you have one HUGE shelf. The upper half of the handles are released by the two wing nuts turned by hand, but the overall folded dimensions are hardly compact.
7) The two-handed start process is a pain, but perhaps meant as a safety feature. A keylock mechanism and/or a tilt-sensor mechanism would be preferable. The unit has a 2-prong, NOT a grounded 3-prong, plug. Perhaps that's for international use, but I would feel much better if a grounded 3-prong design was employed. Double insulation does not completely compensate for the absence of a grounded power line.
Overall it is a good unit for its purpose, although a bit pricey when compared to other mowers in this class. It would have been four-stars, but one star is deducted for the poorly-designed catcher mechanism.
Update 8/22/12: Still working fine, except that the clippings basket comes off very easily, hanging as it does by just the edge of some rather easily warped plastic. I will be doing some modification to this edge to make it more sturdy and will add that info as well.