WORX WG789 19-Inch 36 Volt Cordless PaceSetter Self Propelled 3-In-1 Lawn Mower With Removable Battery & IntelliCut
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- Cordless mower with removable, rechargeable 36-volt battery
- IntelliCut mowing technology adds torque when you're cutting tough grass
- Battery runs for up to 45 minutes or 12,500 square feet per charge
- 19-inch cutting width; adjustable mowing height from 1.5 to 3.5 inches
- Refer User manual for better instructions for Best results
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|Cutting width||19 inches|
|Item Dimensions||15.2 x 22.8 x 38.2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WG789|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited 2-year warranty|
|Shipping Weight||104 pounds|
WG789 Features: -Cordless pacesetter lawn mower with intellicut. -Fully collapsible handle for compact storage. -Can handle up to 13,000 square feet area of cutting per charge when fully recharged. Product Type: -Push mower. Finish: -Orange and black. Material: -Plastic. Number of Items Included: -2. Pieces Included: -Grass bag and mulch plug. Engine Size: -0. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -15". Overall Width - Side to Side: -23". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -38.5". Overall Product Weight: -106 lbs.
The Worx WG788 cordless mower takes the chore out of mowing. The WG788 is completely cord-free, relying on a removable, rechargeable 36-volt battery and a simple, intuitive ignition system to keep your lawn in tiptop shape. Just charge up the battery, push the key, and pull the lever. Within seconds, you'll be strolling behind your mower sweat-free. No hassling with pull starts, worrying about mixtures, or trudging to the gas station to refill the gas can.
The WG788 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 a side lawn next to your neighbor's house. 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 weeds.
Operation and Performance
The Worx WG788 is ideal for large yards with grass that varies in height and thickness, with a battery that runs for up to one hour or 18,500 square feet per charge (in Quiet mode). If your lot is about the size of six tennis courts, this is the mower for you. The mower also includes several handy cordless functions, such as an easy-to-read power level indicator that tells you when it needs charging. And thanks to the three-in-one grass handling--which mulches, discharges grass to the side, or bags grass--you can easily mulch your lawn to encourage a healthier surface or bag the grass for composting or disposal.
The Worx Advantage
The WG788 offers a number of advantages over traditional lawnmowers. Unlike gas mowers, you won't throw out your arm starting the WG788 or get your hands dirty while checking the oil. 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 WG788 is far more efficient and easier to use than 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 WG788. In addition to the easy-on switch, the mower includes a mulching blade designed to chop up your clippings even better than standard blades. To help you deal with seasonal grasses, the mower offers six height positions, so your lawn will look like you hired a pro. And the convenient detachable handle system makes it a cinch to remove the battery and charge it in a separate location. The handlebar also collapses for storage in tight spaces. With the Worx WG788, it's easier, quieter, and cleaner than ever to mow the lawn.
What's in the Box
WG788 cordless lawn mower, removable 36-volt battery, charger, mulch insert, side discharge chute, grass bag, safety key, user's manual.
Worx Cordless Lawn Mower Comparison
|Battery||24 volt||24 volt||24 volt||36 volt||36 volt self-propelled|
| Deck size |
|14 inches||14 inches||17 inches||19 inches||19 inches|
|Cutting area||1/4 acre||1/3 acre||1/3 acre||3/4 acre||1/2 to 2/3 acre|
|Runtime charge |
(conditions may vary)
|Up to 30 minutes||Up to 40 minutes||Up to 45 minutes (in Quiet mode)||Up to 60 minutes (in Quiet mode)||Up to 45 minutes (in Quiet mode)|
|Height settings||1.8 to 3.3 inches||1.8 to 3.3 inches||1.5 to 3.5 inches||1.5 to 3.5 inches||1.5 to 3.5 inches|
|Mulch/bag/discharge||Mulch, bag, and discharge||Mulch, bag, and discharge||Mulch, bag, and discharge||Mulch, bag, and discharge||Mulch, bag, and discharge|
|Grass bag capacity||0.85 bushels||0.85 bushels||1.4 bushels||1.6 bushels||1.6 bushels|
|Weight||32 pounds||32 pounds||50 pounds||87 pounds||91 pounds|
|Mower warranty||2 years||2 years||2 years||2 years||2 years|
|Battery warranty||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year|
Top Customer Reviews
Why this is a 5 star purchase:
- No mess no fuss mower, no gas, no oil, no noise, no smell. Push button squeeze lever and go.
- Self propel works with blades off.
- Battery lasts forever. I have 1/2 acre, I've only run down once because I had to mow it all in power mode because of being overgrown.
- Quiet, I just mowed today and mowed part of the neighbors yard all they way up against their house and they never heard me.
- Bagger and side discharge modes work great, although side discharge seems pointless.
What I almost took away a star for:
- Self propel takes a lot of getting used to. The handle working as a speed control doesn't work well on even slightly bad terrain. A fixed handle and separate speed control would be better.
- Sometimes when you start to pull backward, its slow at disengaging the drive so the wheel just freeze for a moment.
- The battery is a lead acid type. A Lithium Ion battery would be amazing but it would also be a downside, the heavy battery is actually helpful at holding the mower to the ground.
- Once the blades stop, it forces you to wait several seconds before you can restart the blades.
- If it decides the grass you are cutting is too heavy, it just powers off the blades. Not a bad feature, just wish it would keep going a second longer so I could lift the mower and clear it.
If there were lawn mowers seen on a science fiction show on TV, this would probably be what you would see. I actually feel nerdy mowing and have to reassure my neighbors that I'm not a yuppie or tree hugger.
Update - I thought I'd share some photos from my mowing adventures. I have a 3 acre field, and used to have goats who did a great job, but with them gone, the field is badly overgrown and pocked with hundreds of holes dug by the possums searching for grubs. I hired a bushhogger to come and clear it last fall cause I couldn't even walk through the brambles and brush. I can't afford to keep having him come, so I thought I'd try my Worx. I raised it to the highest level and switched it to the "power" setting and headed on through the brambles. It did amazing. I was been able to cut paths through the brush and plan to head down there every week or so to at least keep a walking path open, and maybe even eventually cover the entire 3 acres. This is some rough mowing, but the self propel feature plows through the thick brush and rough terrain. I love that I can stop and start easily to move tree limbs or treat a fire ant hill as I come across them. Didn't choke once and the battery held out longer than I did, nearly an hour, until I was beat. Completely impressed.
2017 update: I bought this a couple years ago and it's impressive power. The battery lasts about 45 minutes with heavy use, which is about as long as I can go. I take it through high grass and thick weeds, briars and small branches. It powers through.
I wish it had a reverse feature for the powerdrive. Tough to drag backward. Also wish it had an easier plug (from the mower to the battery) and better charging cable (longer - more durable). I had to replace the charging cable after the first year.
As for the battery, it only lasted two years, and it cost $200!!!!
Another criticism is the handle - really needs a lock - my hands were getting cramps from holding the power bar. Had to rig a clamp in order to be able to use my hands after mowing. I know its a safety feature, but if I am crippled from using it, that's not safe.
another problem is the grass catcher - it weighs the mower down backwards making it fall backward as it gets full. I also keep kicking it because it's too low to the ground.
I do still like this mower, but would not buy it again.
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