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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|
|Item Weight||107 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WG789|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited 2-year warranty|
|Shipping Weight||104 pounds|
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|Dimensions||15.2 inches x 38.2 inches x 22.8 inches||19.5 inches x 29.2 inches x 20.66 inches||18 inches x 26.88 inches x 16.13 inches||15 inches x 39 inches x 23 inches|
|Item Weight||107 pounds||42.5 pounds||56 pounds||87 pounds|
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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
The mower arrived in perfect condition and ready to use right out of the box. No assembly required (loved it). I took it out back to give it a spin just to make sure it worked. It took a minute to get the hang of but before I knew it I had mowed the entire backyard and the battery still had a full charge. The mower starts with a push of a button. I put the dial on "power" because the grass was a little thick and off it went. It is a little louder in the "power" mode. The fast I walked I could feel mower pace quicken. The mower wasn't jerky or heavy. When the self propel function broke on my old machine I found out what it was like to "push" a mower. I breezed through my 1/4 acre yard with this machine.
Is it worth the $500? It may be a bit pricey. But, after the money I spent on a lawn service last year and with the price of gas, it will pay for itself.
I would recommend this mower.
In theory.. the way this mower is supposed to work, when walking forward the user is pushing the handle forward that controls the mower's wheel drive motor. The drive speed is supposed to be proportional to the amount of forward movement of the handle and how far forward the handle is in its travel depend on the walking speed of the user. The faster a user walks the farther forward in the travel the handle will be most of the time. The intent is for the motor speed to match the walking speed of the user. Unless the users pace exceeds the drive speed maximum or the user changes their pace so rapidly that the drive motor cannot get up to speed fast enough to match the users pace the handle controlling the speed of the drive motor should never run out of travel and tell the drive motor to go at maximum speed. The problem with the self propelled function of this mower is that the response of the motor driving the wheels to changes in speed required by the user is too slow for the short amount of handle movement to accurately control it. The result is that the user will begin to mow and by the time the drive motor has reacted to the user, the handle is all the way forward. The drive motor is still building speed when the handle is on the way back.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought a used one for $50.00 because the owner said he no longer needs to cut grass where they live. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Mayer
Very difficult to recharge for a woman since either heavy battery must be removed or tight plug, very difficult to disconnect must be removed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Omega Mho
I love this lawn mower. I love everything about it. It isn't gas. It mulches my grass much better than my previous, gas-powered mower did.
So why 1 star? Read more
I purchased this mower in April of 2013. Although it works only moderately well in thick or tall (6") turf, I was still okay with it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Golich
I am really unsatisfied with this product. I used it only for three times. Now it is not totally working.Published 2 months ago by Abebaw
Everyone that wrote a review must have written the review after maybe using it one summer. Now it is time to buy a battery. After two years my battery needs replacing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bowler101
Bought this mower in 2008, only problems have been debris/dirt build up in wheel drive gear & housing. Keep blade sharp! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer