Snapper XD 82V MAX Cordless Electric 19" Push Lawn Mower, Includes Kit of 2 2.0 Batteries and Rapid Charger
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- Up to 90-minutes run time with (2) Briggs & Stratton 82V Lithium ion 2.0 Batteries; Kit comes with (2) 2.0 Lithium ion batteries and rapid charger
- 19 inch steel mowing deck with 3 in 1 design mulch, bag or side discharge grass clippings easily.
- Smart, efficient load sensing technology power adjusts to meet the demands of the cutting blades
- Push button start and a single lever, 7 position height of cut adjustment
- Compact vertical storage capability saves room in a garage or shred
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More Convenience. More Power.
Unlimited power with 16+ battery tools.
Lithium-ion battery powered Snapper Products offer powerful and reliable gas-like outdoor power equipment without sacrificing power and performance. The 82V Max* system has multiple tools in each that were designed to allow for the use of one battery to power each complete system.
Snapper XD 19-Inch Cordless Push Walk Mower| SXD19PWM82K
82-Volt Max*, 3-in-1 Mowing Deck, Push button start
The Snapper XD 82V Max* 19” Cordless walk mower powered by a 2.0, 4.0, or 5.0 Briggs & Stratton Lithium-Ion Battery is built for durability and ease of use. The 19” walk model features a steel 3-in-1 mowing deck, providing mulch, side discharge or bagging options. Get the job done quickly by being able to mow up to 45-minutes** off a single charge of a 2.0 battery (additional runtime available with separate 4.0 or 5.0 battery). The quiet, efficient operation makes this mower easy to own.
- Powered by a Briggs & Stratton 82V Max Lithium-Ion 20, 4.0, or 5.0 battery.
- 3-in-1 steel mowing deck is ready to mulch, bag or side discharge. The included large grass bagger fits about 2.1 cubic feet of grass clippings.
- Compact vertical storage capability allows you to store your mower in tighter spaces.
- Features easy push button starting and a brush less motor meaning less maintenance for you.
- Single lever height-of-cut adjustment allowing you to choose from 7 different cutting heights.
- *Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 82-volts. Nominal voltage is 72. **Run time and output capacity may be affected by conditions.
Brushless Motor Technology
A long life, 1,000 or 1,200-watt high-efficiency brushless motor provides the power and reliability you need to mow your yard for years to come.
Smart and Efficient Operation
Load Sensing Technology allows for the power to adjust to meet the demands of the cutting blades, while single-lever, 7 height-of-cut adjustment easily adjusts to select your preferred cutting height.
Satisfying Touch Points
Overmolded rubber handle provides an ergonomic grip and comfort for the operator with the capability to fold up for space-saving storage. It also includes easy-to-reach touch points, including push button start.
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|Item Dimensions||18.00 x 20.50 x 45.00 inches||44.50 x 21.50 x 19.00 inches||29.20 x 20.66 x 19.50 inches||48.40 x 17.70 x 42.90 inches||28.50 x 17.00 x 21.30 inches|
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Model#: 1687915| Model Name: SXD19PWM82K The push-button start Snapper XD 82V Max 19" walk mower features a durable steel 3 in 1 mowing deck, allowing you to mulch, side discharge or bag for up to 90-minutes with the (2) included Briggs & Stratton 2.0 battery. Effortlessly choose from 7 different cutting heights with a convenient single lever height of cut adjustment. This quiet walk mower requires less maintenance and has vertical storage capabilities, saving you valuable time and space in your garage or shed. Charging times: (min): 2.0: 13 (50 percent), 30 (100 percent) 4. 0: 25 (50 percent), 60 (100 percent); Run Time (min): Up to 45 minutes (with each fully charged 2.0 battery). Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without workload) is 82-volts. The nominal voltage is 72.
Run time and output capacity may be affected by conditions. Maximum battery run time is measured by (2) 2.0 82V batteries, fully charged.
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First off, everything about this mower SCREAMS quality, and durability. Batteries??? OMG. I am wondering if they're not actually ZPMs from Stargate Atlantis! For those of you who cannot appreciate the reference, suffice to say, they are a very good size, and have a real good quality heft to them- along with a little button to show you how much power is left. There are two of them, and they charge in less than 30 mins. Use one up, charge it while you use the other, or weed whack, or take a break. Choice is yours. And btw, the battery does not slowly lose power and then slowly taper off to a barely spinning blade: It goes full strength until it's depleted. I really like that.
The whole mower part is quite sturdy, metal mostly, and feels really good. Good weight to it, though I had no difficulty at all turning it on its side to clean out the grass debris. I went into this purchase expecting it to be excellent at mowing- thinking in the back of my head that SOMEHOW I was still going to wind up disappointed. I was wrong: It cuts excellently, powerfully, and equals the quality of a gas mower. It FEELS like a gas mower. It feels GOOD. I was laughing at a few reviewers who said they were looking forward to mowing their lawns....now I know what they mean. I did not use the included bag, so in a few spots I was mowing over grass debris, and had a few grass hairs sticking up- but I would expect this from ANY mower, and am not disappointed. Did the whole front yard and part of the backyard on the first battery, and I am particular. I should have taken pictures of my backyard...lotta weeds, thick stalks, and weed bushes. The Snapper absolutely DESTROYED them. Keep in mind that the low setting IS pretty low. You might want to start off at the second or third lowest setting and see what your cut looks like. Very little assembly (just look at the included pictures on the instruction diagram if you are unsure of the hard plastic locking arm things). It's pretty quiet also. As I was finishing up my mowing the other day, my neighbor across the street pulled out his gas mower and "annoyed" me with all the noise and the stink of gas fumes. None of that here.
I am very, very pleased with this purchase.
I bought the mower as an Amazon Prime item and it arrived in 2 days as guaranteed in what appeared to be a factory-sealed box. In the box is the lawn mower itself, two 82V, 2 amp hour batteries, the battery charging unit, mulching and side discharge hardware, and associated instruction manuals.
From unboxing to full “assembly” took about 10 minutes (what needed to be done hardly qualified as assembly). Getting the mower set up from its shipping configuration to use configuration (aka “assembly”) was simple and intuitive and did not require consulting with the instruction manual; however, upon looking through the manual, instructions were clearly presented should you wish to use it.
As stated, the mower came with 2 batteries. There is one charging unit, so only one battery can be charged at a time. This is not an issue for me whatsoever, but I thought it was worth mentioning.
The mower will only accept one battery at a time, so depending on the size of your yard/length of time you will be using the mower, you will likely only need to use one battery to get the job done and the other will act as a spare. I was able to mow my ~2,800 square foot lawn on ½ of one battery. More details in a minute.
Full disclosure: I have only used the mower one time so far, but I was so impressed with it, I felt it was worth writing this review.
Here’s my experience that caused me to be so impressed:
I’ve actually been giving my lawn some TLC this year and it’s thick and growing rather well (Milorganite has been good to me). It was a little longer than normal for this particular mowing, and slightly damp from watering earlier in the morning. Also, because it was my first time using the mower and I wasn’t familiar with its height settings (the instructions provide information on the height settings, but I failed to mind them), I just eyeballed it and ended up setting the mower height about 1 notch lower than I should have, so it cut the lawn a bit closer than I wanted. This, plus the slightly damp grass would have been a definite recipe for bogging down of my previous gas-powered Craftsman mower. Not this Snapper though. It very impressively and effortlessly powered through it all. I can say with certainty that this battery-powered mower is noticeably more powerful than the gas-powered mower it is replacing. I was worried that power would be something I would have to compromise on when making the switch from gas-powered to battery-powered. There has been no compromise, and instead an improvement.
I would have been sufficiently impressed with the performance I just mentioned, but there’s more to the story. I finished the front lawn and had just moved to the back when rain began to fall. The rain quickly transitioned from an initial sprinkle to a decent downpour. I wanted to get the back yard done, and ended up jogging with the mower to make it happen. So now we have thick grass, lower than normal mowing height, damp grass and a jogging pace while mowing, and it STILL didn’t bog down. Madness… who'd have thought?
Once the lawn was mowed and I was out of the rain, I removed the battery and stored the mower in its upright storage position (love this feature for the space it saves). My intent was to charge the battery and have it ready to go for the next use. To my surprise, the battery meter (LEDs on the battery itself) showed that only half of the battery’s charge had been used. I decided not to charge it and instead try to mow again on the same battery to test its capabilities on a single charge. I’m confident it will get most, if not all of the 2,800 square feet of grass mowed again before having to recharge.
It took me approximately 25 minutes to mow, so another 50% or so of remaining battery life should allow for another 20-25 minutes of mowing for a total of about 45-50 minutes of use on the single battery. I mention this because I read a question attached to another review that asked about the manufacturer’s claim that one could mow for 45 minutes. It seemed unclear whether this 45 minutes of run time was per battery, or required both batteries. I can attest to the ~45 minutes of run time on a single battery, which should allow for about 90 minutes when using both included batteries.
A few additional observations:
Mower feels solid. Good quality design and build.
Mower is not self-propelled, but it’s light weight and very easy to push, so I could care less. Besides, not being self-propelled should be fewer parts that could potentially fail, so I’m good with that too.
Mower has option to mulch, bag, or side discharge. Configuring from one of these options to another is very fast and simple.
Mower has a power saving feature where, if it’s not working very hard, powers down slightly to conserve and prolong battery life. Once it detects that it begins working harder, it quickly and automatically powers up and gets to work getting through the thick stuff.
Mower is very quiet. My wife came out while I was using it and it was the first thing she noticed and mentioned.
No more smelling like exhaust fumes when done mowing the yard. Good times.
I hope this review has helped. As I mentioned, I have only used the thing one time, so I’m not naïve to the fact that issues may begin presenting themselves. I certainly hope not, but if they do, I’ll update. Otherwise, I will plan on writing a follow-up to this review later in the year and/or next year when I start using it again after the winter and provide anything additional worth mentioning. So far, so good for now though. I'm actually looking forward to mowing again because this mower was so much fun to use. Me? Excited about mowing? Weird...
**UPDATE, July 18, 2017 (after second use)**
Just a quick update to answer the question I posed in my original review about whether or not the battery would last for a second mowing of my 2,800 sq ft yard on one charge. I just finished a second mowing with that same battery (it was showing that it was about half way depleted after the first mowing), and it did indeed complete a second full mowing of my yard. Once done, the battery charge indicator LEDs showed 1 of 4 lights illuminated. According to the owner's manual, 1 LED illuminated means that the battery is between 25% and 40% capacity remaining. I'm quite impressed. I didn't time this second mowing, but my estimate is that it took approximately 20 minutes.
I should also add that the mower didn't work nearly has hard for this second mowing as it did the first (first mowing was cut at a lower level with damp grass, and there was some running involved -- read original review above...). I raised the mower level to 'level 4', which, according to the owner's manual, cuts at 2 5/8", as opposed to 'level 3' which cuts at 2 1/8" (my first mowing was on 'level 3'). For this second mowing, the mower did not transition into its 'higher power output' mode since this cutting didn't require that the mower work nearly as hard as it did for the first. I'm sure this assisted in using less battery power, but still - I've mowed about 5,600 square feet of lawn on 1 battery off of a single charge. This is way more than I ever envisioned, and as a reminder, the mower comes with 2 batteries. I'm not convinced that I will ever need to use the second battery at this rate.
I get that battery performance decreases over time, so hopefully the battery continues to perform well, or at least for a while; they're certainly expensive to replace. That said, if I can mow my lawn and use less than 50% of one battery, I sense I will be good for quite some time.
Finally, I just want to add that the mower performed flawlessly once again for this second mowing. It effortlessly cuts my thick grass, is very easy to push and maneuver, and I'm really enjoying how quiet it is compared to my previous gas mower. I couldn't be happier with all aspects of this mower and it's performance.
As I stated in my original review, if anything significant happens that's worth adding, I'll add it. Otherwise, I'll plan on adding another review either at the end of this mowing season (October/November time frame) and/or once we are into the next mowing season, which should be 9 months to a year from now.