Black & Decker Black Decker Electric Mulching Mower (MM275)
Price Range:$152.94 to $207.98
The Black and Decker Electric Mulching Lawn Mowers use electricity so there is no need for trips to the gas station, mixing oil or tune... Read More
The Black and Decker Electric Mulching Lawn Mowers use electricity so there is no need for trips to the gas station, mixing oil or tune ups. Because these lawn mowers run on electricity they do not emit harmful emissions, they produce half the noise and are easier to start than gas-powered lawn mowers. In addition, they provide added mobility and freedom from extension cords. These lawn mowers are ideal for average to small lots and they are easy to store. The MM275 is a lightweight mulching, side-discharge and bagging mower (optional bag BA-075). It is perfect for yards where an electrical outlet is within 100-ft of the furthest area to be cut. 18-in 3-in-1 polymer deck mulches, discharges or side-bags with optional bag # BA-075. B&D 9 Amp motor for plenty of power in all cutting modes. No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start and maintain. Lightweight design makes mower easy to push and maneuver in the lawn. One lever height adjustment adjusts all four wheels at once from 1-in - 3-1/2-in. Minimize
Product Review Summary
3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 10, 2009
Very satisfied with this mower. It does an excellent job.
Pros: Quiet. No gas/oil changes. No maintenance. Great cut. Eco-friendly. Easy to use. Light weight.
Cons: Limited by length of extension cord. Stepping over cord takes some getting used to.
For my size property this is a great product. Quiet, light-weight, eco-friendly. I no longer dread mowing the lawn. Zero maintenance required. Just plug it in and mow. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 2, 2012
Relief from Failed Starts, Pull Cords, and Messy Gasoline - But That Annoying Cord
Pros: No mess, no gas station trips, light, easy to operate, instant start.
Cons: Have to be careful with the cord.
If you have a small yard where the furthest cutting is less than 100 yards away, this is a good investment. Much easier to use than a gas mower. Read More at Epinions.com