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WORX WG782 14-Inch 24-Volt Cordless Lawn Mower with IntelliCut, Battery and Charger Included
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- Adjustable mowing height from 1.8 to 3.3 inches; 14-inch cutting width
- IntelliCut mowing technology adds torque when you're cutting tough grass
- Special mulching blade chops up clippings better than standard blades
- 3-in-1 cutting for mulching, bagging, or rear discharge; push-button starting
- Cuts up to 10,000 square feet on a single charge (up to 40 minutes of runtime), Cuts height range 2 - 3.5 Inches
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|Cutting width||14 inches|
|Item Dimensions||13.2 x 16.1 x 26.8 inches|
|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WG782|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.|
|Shipping Weight||37.35 pounds|
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The Worx WG782 cordless IntelliCut mower takes the chore out of mowing. Completely cord-free, the WG782 relies on a removable, rechargeable 24-volt battery and a simple, intuitive ignition system to keep your lawn in tiptop shape. Just charge up the battery and flip on the start switch to get mowing. It's as easy as starting a blender.
The WG782 is equipped with patented IntelliCut technology, which ensures that power is there when you need it. No more bogging down in tough conditions when mowing tall grass or mulching leaves. Simply set the dial to Power when cutting through the tough stuff, and switch the dial to Quiet when mowing in normal conditions. Now you can mow the lawn at almost any time of day without irritating the neighbors or disturbing your children's naps, yet still have access to a powerful chopping mower when facing high or thicker grasses.
Operation and Performance
The cordless 14-inch IntelliCut mower is designed for smaller yards, with a battery that runs for up to 40 minutes in quiet mode or 10,000 square feet per charge. Despite the compact size, the mower is big on features, with three-in-one grass handling that mulches, discharges grass to the side, or bags grass, depending on your needs. Thanks to the versatile discharge options, you can easily mulch the grass to encourage a healthier lawn or bag the grass for composting or disposal. And once the motor is running, the mower's compact design pushes smoothly and swiftly across the lawn, even in tight corners or through heavily landscaped yards.
The Worx Advantage
The WG782 offers a number of advantages over traditional lawnmowers. Unlike gas mowers, you won't have to hassle with pull starts, annoying mixtures, or spilling gas. Plus, the mower is quieter than gas mowers and emissions-free. In contrast to traditional electric mowers, users won't have to uncoil and step over an extension cord while mowing the front lawn. And the WG782 is far more efficient and easier to use than other push mowers, which often require several passes to mow a tough patch of grass.
Ready, Set, Mow
Mowing the lawn is no longer a chore with the WG782. In addition to the instant-on switch, the mower sports an easy-to-read power level indicator that tells you when it needs charging, along with a convenient detachable handle system for quick battery removal. The handlebar also collapses in seconds, so you can store the mower in tight spaces. To help you deal with seasonal grasses, the mower offers quick, one-handed height adjustments, letting you mow tall or short depending on the situation. And the mulching blade is designed to chop up your clippings smaller than standard mower blades.
With the Worx WG782 Cordless IntelliCut Mower, it's easier, quieter, and cleaner than ever to mow the lawn. Also equipped with an adjustable-height, foam-padded comfort handle, the WG782 mower carries a two-year manufacturer's limited warranty.
What's in the Box
WG782 cordless IntelliCut lawn mower, removable 24-volt battery, charger, mulch insert, grass bag, user's manual.
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If like me, you try cutting it with overly grown grass, you will end up disappointed. But that shouldn't be how it is used to begin with.
DON't let your grass get 2 feet high. Cut it once a week, at decent height, and this mower will do the job - and well.
Who cares if it looks like plastic. Who cares that it is light. Who cares that it won't grown hair on your chest.
Does it cut grass, at moderate length, well - YES!
Does it cut grass, that's over-grown well, - NO ! <------ don't buy if your intention is to cut grass every 2 weeks! Get a riding mower then!
Do i think the ineli-cut technology it has is a load of horse-poo? YES.
But what should it be judged on? Does it cut moderate length grass well? YES. Is it very quiet? YES. Easy to use? YES! Stay charged 30-40 minutes, as described, even on power mode? YES.
It's $250 folks, when most mowers are $400-1,000 +.
KNOW WHAT YOU ARE BUYING and don't get upset after the fact because you bought something without proper research and COMMON SENSE.
I would recommend this mower to people who have the expectation of using this mower once a week to cut moderate length grass in yards that are of small to moderate size.
Initially I was very impressed with the battery life and ease of use, but I have unfortunately found that Worx customer support is very poor in the event of a problem. Somehow a metal piece attached to the housing (the purpose of which appears to be to clean the edge of the blade of grass cuttings as it spins) became mangled, and although I thought I had successfully bent it back into shape it still hits the blade. So much for "quiet."
Last week I contacted Worx customer support to see if there was a way to get a replacement part (I can not find a schematic for this model anywhere on line and none of the other models seem to have this particular part) and spoke to a very unprofessional woman who just said "you lost me" in an oddly familiar manner when I tried to describe the part I needed. She made no effort to help with clarifying questions. It was just weird. Ultimately she gave me what I assume is a direct e-mail to reach her at (email@example.com) -- did so, with an explanation, photo with relevant parts circled; but after 4 days, no response. Every time I have been able to call (such as now) their "office is closed" and the website only has a phone number as a support option. Guess I will have to make a part time job out of trying to get this part....
My last Work electric ultimately kind of fell apart, but I got enough years of use out of it to feel like it was still a good value. Starting to feel like a fool for recommending Worx to as many people as I have.
One thing I would like to add-- the minimum cut height is too high-- if you like that 'freshly mowed lawn' look you're going to have to mow about every 3 days.
Edit- May 2015: Ordered a new battery today. Have used the mower about every two weeks in the summertime, so what is that- maybe 20 charge cycles (outside estimate) since new? And now it won't last through my two small yards. So figure in about $80 every two years for a new battery. Also- regarding curtomer support-- I did end up getting the parts I needed at that time.
Edit- May 2016. I can now not make it through one cutting job using =both= batteries. I suspect the charger but it's going to cost me $80 for a new one to find out.