Pros:Low Emissions, light weight - easy to push, easy to start, quite
Cons:cord (with and corded mower)
The Bottom Line: Buy It!
Lot : This is a great alternative to the traditional gas mower for small lots. We just moved into a Ľ acres suburban lot and it took a little convincing to get my husband to put his manly lawnmower appearance aside and try something a little greener. I purchased it for the low emissions. He grumbled about it until the first time he used it and really like it.
Grass: We live in SE Houston and have St. Augustine grass and the lawn hog does well with the thick grass. Sometimes it leaves the runner, but then so does our neighbors gas mower. The mulching feature works great
Convenience: Its very convenient (no more crud, I ran out of gas, got to fight traffic to get to the station for a few gallons) and we have a little one running around the house so its nice not to have gas in the garage. And I love the no pulling; just flip the handle and you are ready to mow.
Power: I am not sure I would call it a lawn hog, but it has enough power to do the job well. Sometimes it leaves a few stragglers. I have read a few cons about not having ample power. Be sure to buy a cord with the proper amps and gauge. The guy at Lowes said a lot of people try to cheap out and buy a $20.00 cord and it cannot conduct the power supply needed.
Cord: Its like having a giant vacuum. The first few times the cord is a bit awkward to work with, but when you get comfortable with it and then its just a minor inconvenience.
In short this is a great mower and at a good price. So all I can say is MOW ON!
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