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Sun Joe MJ401E 14-Inch 12 Amp Electric Lawn Mower with Grass Bag, Green

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  • POWERFUL: 13-amp motor cuts a 14-inch wide path
  • Adjustable deck: tailor cutting Height with 3-position Height control
  • STEEL BLADES: Durable 14-Inch steel blade cuts with precision
  • Accessories: includes 10. 6-Gal bag
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Item Dimensions 36 x 16 x 38.5 inches 24 x 20 x 12.5 inches 46 x 18.5 x 38 inches 28.4 x 15.75 x 20.3 inches 26.9 x 16.1 x 18 inches
Item Weight 28.00 lbs 27.00 lbs 37.50 lbs 56.00 lbs
Power Source corded-electric electric Corded Electric corded-electric Corded Electric

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Great in tight spaces! Responding to the need for an easy-to-use electric mower for smaller lawns, Sun Joe developed the Mow Joe MJ401E. Compact & lightweight (only 29 lbs. ), The Mow Joe MJ401E is a lean, mean & Green mowing machine that gets your yd. chore done without polluting the atmosphere with toxic carbon emissions. Mow Joe starts instantly with the simple push of a button & its rugged all-terrain wheels make it easy to maneuver in tight spaces. Equipped with a durable steel blade, mow Joe cuts a 14" Wide swath with each pass. Tailor the grass cutting height with its 3-position manual height control, which adjusts from 1 18" To 2 52". Its 10 6 gallon hard-top rear bag conveniently collects grass clippings & Detaches easily for quick disposal. A collapsible handle allows for easy & compact storage when not in use. Etl-approved; full 2-year.

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Responding to the need for an easy-to-use machine that takes care of the smaller yards, Sun Joe developed the Mow Joe MJ401E, a smaller electric lawn mower that delivers the power of a gas machine with the convenience of an electric unit. Its durable steel blade cuts 14 wide with precision on each pass. In addition to its hard-working mowing capacity, the Mow Joe features a three position manual height adjustment. The Mow Joe is equipped with a hard top rear bag, which detaches easily for convenient disposal. No gas, oil, or tune-ups are necessary. The unit is ETL-approved and carries a full two year warranty.

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Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars My yard is where mowers come to die.
By RiDE on May 4, 2016
I hate yardwork, and I hate my lawn - if I had my way, I'd just pour concrete over all of my grass and be done with it. My backyard is large enough to ALMOST merit a riding mower, slightly sloped (maybe 25 degrees at the extreme) and lumpy (I have no idea) with strange drainage issues that result in some patches of the lawn growing 4 FEET HIGH around its brethren, like some kind of tyrannical grass dictator (welcome to spring in the Pacific Northwest). This year, I put off mowing for so long my backyard basically turned into a meadow. My small dogs were disappearing into it, and it's entirely possible there are still neighborhood children in it, waiting for rescue.

So right out of the box, this mower feels like a toy. I laughed when I opened it because it just seemed so...flimsy. It looks like something Fisher-Price would put out. It was easy to assemble - just the handle and attaching the tiny grass bag (which I took off 10 minutes into mowing). I wheeled it around the living room a little - it's light, fairly easy to turn and is so narrow I can actually just push it through my house and out my back door to start mowing (which is nice, because now I don't have to open my garage, go around to the back gate, unlock it, get the mower, come back around, mow and then do it all in reverse when I'm done).

Imagine my immense surprise (and delight) when my husband shrugged, carried it outside, started it up and the mower immediately started chewing on the grass, spitting it out like an old-timey baseball player with a mouthful of chaw. After the third time we emptied the little bag that came with it, we just abandoned the bag and let the grass fly all over creation.

If you are here looking to perhaps switch over from a gas to an electric mower, please allow me to share a few thing I wish someone had told me when I first started using an electric mower:

- you need the right cord: different extension cords have different gauges (this might have been why my first two electric mowers bit the dust prematurely). The gauge depends on the length of the cord itself. DO NOT IGNORE THIS PART. I've had 2 electric mowers before this Sun Joe, and I think this is probably what killed them (using the wrong cord).

- you need to be realistic about your expectations: they are never as strong as gas-powered mowers. If you are weak, hurt, impatient with yard work in general, horribly out of shape or otherwise don't think you can push around ~30lbs then don't get this. I'm in relatively decent shape (I do Jillian Michaels 3 days a week!) and even I struggle sometimes with getting this mower up and over my lumpy yard (I have no idea why it's lumpy. It just is.)

- because electric mowers aren't as strong, you can end up going over the same area multiple times (3, 4, sometimes even 5 if your grass is high enough). You have to use common sense - when you hear the mower struggling, STOP MOWING. If you don't, you'll do what I did to my first two electric mowers and burn out your motor (learn from my fail, people).

- these don't really save time as far as the mowing itself (see above), but it is REALLY REALLY NICE to just be done when you're done mowing (no oil, spark plugs, gas to worry about storing, etc). You literally just wipe it down, make sure all the nuts and bolts are still tight then wheel that sucker into the garage and take a nap.

As you can see from the photos, 1.) this mower was able to handle my decent sized yard (over the course of several days) and 2.) I really wasn't lying to you when I said I don't care what my yard looks like, as long as the grass isn't higher than the fence (so the neighbors won't complain!) The before photo is what the entire lawn looked like before I started. Don't get me wrong - this wasn't an easy job. The Sun Joe did stutter and seize up a few times, especially when I got into tough areas of grass (where the blades of grass are like actual blades, WTF). But ultimately, it was able to take everything down with multiple passes.

I choose to use electric mowers because they're better for the environment, less noisy and I don't have to figure out where to store gas or how to maintain the mower each fall. I'm willing to mow my yard in sections (giving both myself and the mower a rest), and go over areas multiple times, and do it over a course of several days. If you're short on time or patience with a yard larger than a postage stamp, then skip right over this guy and pony up the money for a good gas mower. If, however, you're like me and too lazy to upkeep a gas mower AND super cheap (and willing to do boring labor over a week), then this guy is pretty hard to beat for the price.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of power! Great bargain
By Sarah P on May 11, 2017
Despite all the great reviews, I had pretty low expectations, especially considering the state of my yard. Even on a good day, my yard is a mess haha. We live in the south, so things grow fast. We have weeds, vines, lumps and bumps, large tree roots, and lots of small sticks and pine cones falling on the daily. I went out of town for nearly three weeks at the start of spring, my yard was a wreck when I came back! I'd put off buying a mower for a long time, but finally enough was enough.

This thing handled everything like a champ! I picked up some of the pine cones and larger sticks, but there was still a lot of debris. Some of the weeds were up to knee height, and there were a number of dense patches of mixed vines and ivy. I rarely went over any areas twice, and all the debris and uneven terrain made no noticeable impact on performance. My front and backyard are pretty large, but despite the small size of this mower I was done fast! It's very light and easy to push, not exhausting at all. We'll see how it holds up, but for the price you can't go wrong!

Update:
After a month and a half of use, I have one complaint. The mower bag is VERY fragile; be hypervigilant about emptying it, the mesh separates from the plastic bottom very easily if it's too full. I ended up repairing the tear with Seam Grip, then reinforced the whole seam with Duct Tape. Since the mower is so small you'll end up emptying the bag A LOT if you have a big yard, but even so I still think this mower is a steal for the price. For under $100 you can't really expect perfection, and this little guy gets the job done.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2018
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