Best Push Mower Reviews of 2017

If you need help deciding which is the best push mower you should buy hop on to my Top List below where I listed my top picks for this year. If you need a few tips for maintaining your mower you can check the Everything About Push Mowers You Were Afraid To Ask About part that follows after the list. In any case, have fun with your new mower!

The Top List
ProductDescriptionMy ScorePrice
My Choice
Craftsman 37430 – 21 Inch 140cc Gas Powered 3-in-1 Push Lawn Mower Review

Craftsman 37430 – 21 Inch 140cc Gas Powered 3-in-1 Push Lawn Mower Review

Just easy to assemble, use, adjust and store. It starts easily, too and is fairly quiet compared to others, and at the end it provides a good cut. Would definitely recommend it.

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Husqvarna 7021P 3-in-1 Push Gas Lawn Mower Review

Husqvarna 7021P 3-in-1 Push Gas Lawn Mower Review

Analyzing both the good and bad points I think that it is one of the better gas-powered push lawn mowers today. It may not be the best but it's pretty close.

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Lawn Boy 10730 3-in-1 Gas Push Lawn Mower With Kohler XT6 Engine Review

Lawn Boy 10730 3-in-1 Gas Push Lawn Mower With Kohler XT6 Engine Review

As far as cutting I must admit that it did a pretty good job, however, I'm not sure I would recommend it due to its sub-par build quality and the fact that it seems to be more expensive than comparable, and better quality, models.

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Yard Machines 140cc 21-Inch Push Mower Review

Yard Machines 140cc 21-Inch Push Mower Review

It's a mower that's probably very good for someone who either doesn't have a whole lot of grass to cut; doesn't need it for heavy-duty use; or for those of you who feel that the price is the most important point when considering a mower.

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Poulan Pro Lawn Mower PR500N21SH 2-in-1 Mower Review

Poulan Pro Lawn Mower PR500N21SH 2-in-1 Mower Review

It's an okay basic mower that doesn't have a whole lot of features, is inexpensive and does all right if you don't expect a whole lot out of it.

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Everything About Push Mowers You Were Afraid To Ask About

Lawn mowers are such a ubiquitous part of our lives that we probably don’t give them much thought. After all, they’ve been around not only for our entire lives but also for the entire lives of our parents and even back to their parents. You see them everywhere: from mowing a number of different lawns, to sitting in people’s garages or on the back of their pickup trucks. They are just about everywhere.

Which makes it pretty natural for us to not give them much thought until we need to check out push mower reviews to find the best push mower. That is the point when we try to learn everything we can about these machines. From how they work, to the best features available today to what the popular models are. Which can cause quite a bit of anxiety and make you feel like you’re cramming for your college finals.

However, I want to propose a different solution. A solution that will not only give you a light understanding of the best push mower features available today but a solution that will improve your understanding of all aspects of these machines. A little guide that I’d like to call: Everything You Need To Know About The Push Mower You Were Afraid To Ask About. Okay, it’s not exactly a little guide but it will do a few things. It will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about this lawn machine. From its history to what to look for in push mower reviews and the features you need to look for that can be found in even the best push mower. We have a lot to cover, so let’s get started.

The History of Push Lawn Mowers

Ever since humans invented stationary communities, there has been a need for the grass to be cut to a manageable size. In the past, a number of different strategies were employed to keep grass to a manageable height: these included pulling, using knives and scissors or the scythe—an agricultural hand tool that was used for mowing grass and for reaping crops. A real solution wouldn’t arrive on the scene until almost the mid-19th century. This is when the first one was invented by Edwin Budding in Gloucestershire, England and was patented on August 31st, 1830.

His machine was made from cast iron with cast iron gear wheels and was pushed from behind. Think of it as a cross between a modern push reel mower and a plow.  Of the first two created, one was sold to Oxford College and one was sold to Regent’s Park Zoological Gardens in London. Although these were crude devices (called grass shearers and not grass mowers), they seemed to have done the job fairly well.

During the 1840s, a larger machine was built that could be drawn by horses and could be used for cutting the grass on larger tracts of land. During the late 1860s, the first American patent was submitted for a reel lawn mower. This patent was granted to Amariah Hills on January 12, 1868. However, it wouldn’t be until the beginning of the 20th century that gasoline powered push mowers became a reality.

One of the best push lawn mower machines on the market at the time were made by a British company called Atco Ltd and they were made all during the 1920s. During that decade, this company sold tens of thousands of units all over the world.

Today, there are a variety of different push mower on the market today, as you probably know if you happen to browse push mower reviews like I do. They come in a multitude of different varieties and styles and have helped lawns all over the world stay as attractive as possible.

How To Choose The Best Push Lawn Mower For Your Needs

If you look over some of the seemingly endless push lawn mower reviews, then you’ll notice that there’s a lot to consider before buying a push mower. There are styles to consider, features to consider and price. However, before you can start with any of those things, you need to first decide whether a push mower is right for you.

What Types of Yards Are Perfect For Push Mowers

The first thing you’ll need to consider is the size of your yard. Push mowers are really made for yards that are under a half of an acre. Sure, you could do a half an acre (or more) with a push mower but that’s quite a lot of work. Especially if the one you has isn’t self-propelled.

To make things easier on yourself, you should probably only choose one of these lawn machines for a property size of about 1/4th or 1/3rd of an acre. Their 20 to 22-inch decks are just the right fit for that size yard. If your piece of property is over a half of an acre, then you might want to consider buying a self-propelled push mower. These devices seem perfect to handle yards that are under an acre but over a half acre. In fact, I had a ¾ acre plot of land and was quite happy using a self-propelled mower. It was almost a perfect fit.

If you have a yard or piece of property larger than that, then you might instead want to go with a riding mower or lawn tractor.  One of those might be a better fit for you. Of course, these machines have the disadvantage of a higher cost, but at least you won’t kill yourself trying to get your grass cut.

Once you’ve considered that the size of your yard is just right for a push mower, then it’s time to look at the shape of your terrain. If your yard is hilly, then you probably won’t want a manual push mower. You can try a self-propelled one, but depending on the slope of your hills, that might not be a good choice for you either. In a perfect world, gas powered manual push mowers are really designed for nice level yards that don’t have a lot of hills or slopes.

Key Features To Consider

Looking over push lawn mower reviews, it can seem like there’s an endless amount of features to choose from. Some of these features have fancy names like Tru-Start or Readystart, Triaction or some other similar euphemism. They were created by marketing divisions and really don’t tell you anything you need to know.

In this section, you’ll notice that I am referring almost exclusively to gas powered lawn mowers when I talk about push mowers. That’s because I’ve written guides on electric mowers, riding mowers and lawn tractors. Consult those guides for more information on those products. What you really need to do is just ignore these names and focus on the following lawn mower features:

  • Starting System

    One of the first things you need to consider is what kind of starting system you need. Do you want a simple pull cord system in which you have to pull a cord to start the mower? Or maybe you want one with an electric start; One in which all you have to do is turn a switch or put in a key.

  • Choke System

    Do you want a mower with an automatic choke? Mowers with this system just require the safety handle to be depressed and the pull cord pulled. It then automatically starts without having to prime the system. Or maybe you want a Primer-Started System. One which you have to prime it before you start it. Either one is a viable option and depends on your personal choice, but mowers with automatic starter systems usually cost more as a general rule.

  • Clipping Disposal System

    Do you want one that bags, mulches or discharges the grass? Maybe you want one that does all 3, or maybe you prefer a rear discharge system over a side discharge one. All of these are available options and should be considered according to your personal preference and the needs of your lawn.

  • Engine Size

    Gas-powered push lawn mowers have engines that range in size from about 140cc to about 190cc and the type you need depends on what type of grass you’ll be cutting. For instance, if your grass cutting needs are rather basic, then you can choose a smaller engine. However, if you have a lot of tough weeds, have to mulch leaves, or have to slug through tall grass, then you’ll probably want to choose an engine that’s more powerful.

  • Drive System

    Another thing to keep in mind when looking for a walk behind push mower is what kind of drive it has. If you need a mower that is easily maneuverable, then you’ll probably want to choose a push mower with a front drive system. However, keep in mind that front drive systems lose traction when they are being used on hills. In those cases, you’d want to choose a rear engine machine.

  • Drive Control

    Drive control is yet another thing to consider when choosing a machine. There are four different types of drive systems: Ones in which you squeeze a metal rod against the handle, one that squeezed a lever against the handle, a thumb push drive and a telescoping handle that you push ahead to increase speed or release to slow your roll. If you’re looking to mow wider spaces, then you probably want to choose the metal rod system. If you need to do a bit of maneuvering around obstacles, then you’ll probably want to go with a lever operated drive control.

  • Gas & Oil Location

    When you purchase a mower you want to try to purchase one in which the gas and oil are easy to use. You want to try to avoid those mowers that have their oil dipsticks behind blowers or in other odd locations. These design problems make it harder to use the mower on a day to day basis and should be avoided—if possible.

  • Air Filter

    You need to also consider a push lawnmower that not only has easy air filter access but also the one that suits your needs. If you’re mowing in particularly dusty areas, then you’ll want to choose a mower which has an air filter with a larger surface area. However, these are usually found only on higher-priced models as the cheaper models usually have the foam filters that are cleaned by running them under water.

  • Blade Brake Clutch

    This is another feature that is found on more expensive push lawnmowers. It enables the user to disengage the blades and walk away from the mower, all while the mower continues to run. This is a good option for those who have to deal with a lot of debris such as branches and rocks, however, like I said, it also increases the price of the mower.

  • Deck Height Adjustment

    You want to make sure to pick a grass cutting machine that gives you the deck height adjustment that you need. Some models use only a 3-position system, while other may use 5 or more positions. What you need depends on how tall the grass is you’re going to cut and how many different types of grass you are going to be cutting. A basic yard with shorter grass is going to need a mower with fewer adjustment possibilities than a large piece of property that may have a variety of different cutting needs.

  • Wheels

    There are many types of wheels available on push lawnmowers but what you should basically look for are units with bigger rear wheels which gives you more traction and caster front wheels which give you more control. It also should be noted that while front caster wheels give you more maneuverability, they can be a pain when it comes to adjusting the deck height. That’s because both wheels usually have to be independently adjusted.

  • Wash-Out Fitting

    A wash-out fitting is a fitting that allows you to connect a water hose to is so you can easily clean out the clippings that may have accumulated underneath the deck. While this is a completely optional feature, it does make cleaning up and putting away your machine a whole lot easier. More expensive models have a wash-out fitting in which the hose just snaps in and out of it. Cheaper models have a fitting in which you have to screw the hose into the end of it.

As you can see, there are a variety of different options to choose from and you may not be able to get a mower that has all of these options in it. Which is okay. Just choose the lawnmower that has as many of the features that you feel like it needs. And once you’ve done that, find one that fits into your price range. That way, you can rest assured that you not only purchased a model that had the majority of the features you wanted, but also one that you could afford.

Taking Care Of Your Walk Behind Lawnmower

You can buy the best lawn care machine in the world but it won’t matter if you don’t properly take care of it. Which is why I’ve decided to add a few hints and tips on maintaining your lawnmower. If you follow these basic guidelines, then you should have a fairly trouble-free experience with your lawnmower.

  • Read The Manual

    The manual has everything you need to know to properly use your machine and to keep it in tip-top shape, so be sure you read it from cover to cover. Even if you think you’re an old pro at using one of these machines. Some mowers have maintenance that is particular to only them. And by the way, if your manual says to do something that conflicts with this manual, then you should always follow the manufacturer’s manual in all instances. Don’t worry, you won’t hurt my feelings.

  • Take Care Of The Fuel

    Some people will tell you to completely drain the gas from your mower and other people will tell you that it’s better to use a fuel stabilizer instead. I won’t go into which method is better here but I also used a fuel stabilizer in my machines. Just be sure that you don’t leave old untreated gas in your machine because it can really gum it up.

  • Check The Oil

    Make sure you check the oil on a regular basis. If the oil is old or contaminated, then replace it immediately. Also be sure that you keep the oil in your machine up to operating guidelines in your user’s manual.

  • Inspect Air Filter and Spark Plug

    Make sure your filter is clean and your spark plug is in good working condition. If you don’t, then you may have problems starting the lawnmower.

  • Clean Out Undercarriage

    Make sure that you keep your undercarriage clean of grass and other debris. If you don’t, then this can cause rust to creep in or damage the coating on the metal.

  • Sharpen The Blade

    You should make sure your blade is sharpened several times during the mowing season. This is especially important if your blades come into contact with debris on a regular basis.

Conclusion

Well, that does it for me today. I hope that you found this guide very useful. My intent was to make sure that you not only knew a little bit more about your wonderful grass cutting machine but also that you knew everything you needed to purchase and maintain it. Hopefully, I accomplished that goal here today. Until next time, be safe out there and happy cutting!
My Push Mower Reviews

I have always been a fan of Craftsman products for as long as I can remember. Which shouldn’t be too surprising since one of the first lawn mowers I ever used, as a teenager, was a Craftsman. So needless to say, I was pretty anxious to review the Craftsman 37430 21 Inch 140cc Briggs and Stratton Gas Powered 3-in-1 Push Lawn Mower.

The first thing that I noticed about this lawn mower was how easy it was to assemble. Basically, I just had to extend the handle, guide the lawn mower pull starter through, add a couple of bolts and do a simple adjustment and it was ready to go – well, except for gas and oil, of course. Which is what I did next.

Adding the gas was no problem because the gas cap was very easy to remove, almost too easy. Which is something that would give me a little bit of a problem later, as you’ll soon see. Before I get to that, however, I want to talk about the oil dipstick. It was not what I had hoped it to be.

I can tell you right now that some people are going to have a problem with putting oil in this lawn mower. It even took me a few moments and I’m a professional. The problem is that the dipstick is placed in a difficult to reach area. It’s behind the muffler and under the blower housing. This location makes it difficult to unscrew it so you can put oil in it. Especially if you have big sausage fingers like I do. It’s just something to be aware of as you are considering this lawn mower.

However, that is pretty much where most of my problems ended. The Craftsman 37430 21 Inch 140cc Briggs and Stratton Gas Powered 3-in-1 Push Lawn Mower started on the first pull for me and ran really well. I had let my yard get a little bit overgrown so I could really put this mower to the test and it had no problem cutting the grass.

This mower is made of steel but is still pretty lightweight. Which is a good thing because it’s a push mower and not a self-propelled one. Nonetheless, it was easy to push around my yard, even up that hill I have that I hate to mow. Sure, it’s not as easy to push as a self-propelled one but it wasn’t too difficult either – probably because it had those big rear wheels to help provide a little traction.

I also really liked the fact this lawn mower had 6 point adjustment on the wheels. Which is something that you don’t get to see every day. This gave me a lot of options when it came to cutting my lawn. However, I did have a problem with the gas cap when I was cutting under some of my hedges. The top of my hedge knocked off my gas cap. It would have been nice if the gas cap fit on this mower just a little bit tighter.

A feature that I really liked though is that I had 3 different ways to cut: I could mulch the grass, I could use the side discharge or I could put the bag on it and use the rear discharge. And the bag was very easy to put on and remove, which is something that I really like.

All things considered, I think that the Craftsman 37430 21 Inch 140cc Briggs and Stratton Gas Powered 3-in-1 Push Lawn Mower is one of the better mowers out there on the market. Sure, it has a few design flaws, but these aren’t deal breakers for me. However, they are something to think about, especially if you have problems bending over or stooping.

9.2 Total Score
Bottom Line

Just easy to assemble, use, adjust and store. It starts easily, too and is fairly quiet compared to others, and at the end it provides a good cut. Would definitely recommend it.

Performance
9
Features
10
Ease of Use
9
Value
9
Quality
9
PROS
  • Easy to start
  • Bag is easy to remove
  • Easy to assemble
  • Lightweight
  • Height adjust with one hand
CONS
  • Difficult oil access
  • Gas cap comes off too easily
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The Husqvarna 7021P 3-in-1 Push Gas Lawn Mower is a lawn mower that has a couple of things going for it. It has a 21-inch cutting deck, high real wheels that come with double ball bearings to ensure wheel movement life and a powerful 160 cc. Honda engine. For the past few years, Briggs & Stratton has been considered one of the best lawn mower engines, but Honda engines are currently nipping at their heels. And that’s no surprise considering they continuously seem to produce powerful, fairly quiet engines.

The first thing I noticed when I unpacked this gas push mower was that it was really easy to assemble. Within a matter of moments, I was adding gasoline and oil to it and getting ready to take her out for her maiden mowing. And it was then that I encountered my first problem. It took me about 15 pulls to start this mower for the first time—which surprised me since this was a mower with an auto-choke system. However, I did notice that when I started it on the next 3 or 4 occasions, it started on the first pull. I guess it’s just hard to start on its first use because it worked fine after that.

Once I had the engine running, I noticed that it was quiet and did a great job at cutting my grass. It not only did a great job side-discharging the grass but it also did a pretty good job mulching and rear bagging it. It just seemed to work so well that I was actually enjoying cutting my grass with it. Yes, the engine is pretty good. The only real problem I had with this mower was with the handle. It just didn’t feel all that sturdy and one of the bolts even backed out while I was mowing for the 4th or 5th time. Not a big deal, but something to consider.

Analyzing both the good and bad points of the Husqvarna 7021P 3-in-1 Push Gas Lawn Mower, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s a pretty good mower. Yes, it was hard to start the first time I started it and I had a problem with its handle, but I still think that it is one of the better gas-powered push lawn mowers today. It may not be the best but it’s pretty close.

8.8 Total Score
Bottom Line

Analyzing both the good and bad points I think that it is one of the better gas-powered push lawn mowers today. It may not be the best but it's pretty close.

Performance
9
Features
9
Ease of Use
9
Value
8
Quality
9
PROS
  • Easy to assemble
  • Powerful
  • Quiet
  • Auto-choke
  • Big rear wheels
  • Cuts grass well
CONS
  • Handle doesn't feel sturdy
  • Its first start took work
User Rating: No Ratings Yet!

The Lawn Boy 10730 3-in-1 Gas Push Lawn Mower With Kohler XT6 Engine is a gasoline-powered push mower that comes with 11-inch wheels, a large bag capacity and a 2800 rpm gross torque. It appears to be pretty much the same lawn mower as the Lawn Boy 10736 3-in-1 Gas Push Mower, except the 10736 has a Honda engine and a higher price tag than the 10730. Of course, Honda has been really producing some quality mowers here recently, but I decided to go ahead and review the 10730 with Kohler Engine because it was the more inexpensive of the two.

Out of the box, I noticed that this mower was going to be easy to assemble. In fact, within about 10 minutes I had this mower put together, fueled and full of oil. Once I had it put together, I started it up with just one pull of the string thanks to its unique starting system—a system which is back by its 3-year Tru-Start Commitment Guarantee. Under that guarantee, if this Lawn Boy fails to start after 1 or 2 pulls, then they’ll fix it for free.

As I started using it, I noticed that this mower did a pretty good job cutting grass. Everything I asked it to do it did without any problems. I used it to cut a variety of different grasses and tried it both on hills and on even ground. I must admit that it did a pretty good job. It was able to mulch, side discharge and bag without any apparent problems.

This mower is lightweight, so it’s not hard to push around your yard. For a gasoline-powered push mower, it was surprisingly easy to use because of this fact. Unfortunately, its performance and ease of use are offset by two very big negatives, at least in my book. These negatives are build quality and price. Both of which were a complete disappointment to me.

I really didn’t like how this thing was manufactured. A lot of plastic was used in the design and the materials don’t seem to be the highest quality. While the overhead-valve engine seemed to be high quality, I’m not sure I would recommend this mower due to its sub-par build quality and the fact that it seems to be more expensive than comparable, and better quality, models.

7.8 Total Score
Bottom Line

As far as cutting I must admit that it did a pretty good job, however, I'm not sure I would recommend it due to its sub-par build quality and the fact that it seems to be more expensive than comparable, and better quality, models.

Performance
8
Features
9
Ease of Use
9
Value
6
Quality
7
PROS
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to assemble
  • Easy to use
  • Starts easily
CONS
  • Build quality is questionable
  • Expensive for quality level
User Rating: No Ratings Yet!

Yard Machines 21-Inch Push Mower is a mower that has a 140 cc Powermore OHV engine, a 21-inch cutting deck, 7-inch front wheels and 11-inch back wheels. It was a mower I wanted to test out because I really hadn’t heard about Powermore engines before I saw this mower. I was familiar with all of the usual lawnmower engine manufacturers: Briggs & Stratton, Honda, Kawasaki, and Kohler. However, I wasn’t familiar with Powermore engines, so I wanted to see what kind of power mowers equipped with these engines could deliver.

But first things first. Before I get into engine strength I want to start off with how easy it was to assemble this product. In my experience, it wasn’t easy at all. From start to finish, it took me about 20 minutes. I had to assemble the whole thing and even tighten down things such as the lawn mower blade. This was a bit of a surprise for me since I’m pretty much used to being able to assemble a mower in about 10 minutes or less nowadays. To assemble it you’ll need a 7/16-inch wrench, a 1/2-inch wrench, 9/16th-inch and a 3/4-inch wrench, although adjustable wrenches can be used for a lot of it. The side-discharge has to be added, the handle has to be added and so do the wheels. Needless to say: Some Assembly is Required.

Once I assembled it, I then began mowing with it. While the Powermore OHV 140 cc Engine isn’t all that powerful, it does a decent job of cutting grass, as long as it isn’t too high. I don’t imagine the engine would power through heavy grasses or even through some of the tougher grasses such as Bermuda. It just doesn’t seem like a high-quality mower. However, if you have a fine grass that’s cut on a regular basis, then I’m sure this is a good basic mower that is fairly inexpensive.

Overall, I think the Yard Machines 21-Inch Push Mower is a mower that’s probably very good for someone who either doesn’t have a whole lot of grass to cut; doesn’t need it for heavy-duty use; or for those of you who feel that the price is the most important point when considering a mower. If that’s you, then you might want to further research it, otherwise, I’d find a different mower to buy.

7.8 Total Score
Bottom Line

It's a mower that's probably very good for someone who either doesn't have a whole lot of grass to cut; doesn't need it for heavy-duty use; or for those of you who feel that the price is the most important point when considering a mower.

Performance
8
Features
7
Ease of Use
8
Value
9
Quality
7
PROS
  • Inexpensive
  • Lightweight
  • 11-Inch back wheels
CONS
  • Low Build Quality
  • Assembly is required
  • Engine not powerful enough
  • Not for heavy-duty use
User Rating: No Ratings Yet!

The Poulan Pro Lawn Mower PR500N21SH 2-in-1 Mower comes with a 21-inch blade, a 140 cc Briggs & Stratton engine that delivers about 5-foot pounds of torque, at least on paper. It’s a 2-in-1 mower, which means that you can discharge grass from the side or mulch with it but there isn’t a rear bag option. Which is okay because I don’t usually do a whole lot of bagging, so I thought that this mower would be a pretty inexpensive mower for what I needed it to do.

Assembly time was about average for a mower of this type. It wasn’t the quickest assembly I’ve ever done but it certainly wasn’t as bad to assemble as some other mowers I’ve had to put together. Within about 10 minutes I was up and running. I noticed that the engine started fairly quickly and the engine had a nice sound to it. Once I fired it up, I decided to run it on its rounds and see what it could do.

This mower does a decent job of doing finer grasses that aren’t too overgrown. On taller or tougher grasses, this mower tends to either struggle or stall out. While it does have a Briggs & Stratton Motor, it just isn’t powerful enough to get tough jobs done. And that’s not even mentioning the fact that I don’t much of this mower’s construction. It doesn’t seem to be very high quality, which wasn’t a shock to me because its price tag was pretty low when I bought it.

The big 11-inch wheels did help navigate rougher terrain, but this was kind of offset by the flimsiness of the handle. The handle on this mower had quite a bit of play to it, even after I tightened it multiple times. Which makes me wonder just how long it would last—over the long term.

My conclusion about the Poulan Pro Lawn Mower PR500N21SH 2-in-1 Mower is that it’s an okay basic mower that doesn’t have a whole lot of features, is inexpensive and does all right if you don’t expect a whole lot out of it. If you need a mower that’s built to last or a mower that has to perform heavy-duty mowing, then you’ll probably want to pass on this mower. It just doesn’t offer those things.

7.6 Total Score
Bottom Line

It's an okay basic mower that doesn't have a whole lot of features, is inexpensive and does all right if you don't expect a whole lot out of it.

Performance
7
Features
8
Ease of Use
8
Value
9
Quality
6
PROS
  • Inexpensive
  • 11-Inch back wheels
  • Quiet
CONS
  • Low Build Quality
  • Not powerful
  • Assembly is required
  • Handle feels flimsy
User Rating: No Ratings Yet!