What every best Lawn Mowers has:
- Leaves lawn looking well-trimmed.
- Handles intuitively for easy pushing and steering.
- Offers brand reliability and a good warranty.
Reviewers call the self-propelled Honda HRX217VKA the best all-around lawn mower for its superb mowing and mulching, easy-start engine and solid construction. Users also love its adjustable propulsion. Versamow technology lets users mulch some clippings while bagging the rest, and the Select Drive transmission makes controlling the mower's speed a breeze, even on hills. Moreover, Honda is known for its reliable products and good customer service. See our full review »
The Cub Cadet SC100HW gets better feedback than any other gas push mower in its price class. Made in the U.S., the mower is easy-to-use, with a cutting performance that is said to be of professional quality. The larger rear wheels are a real plus for lawns with uneven terrain. The three-year warranty includes a guarantee that the mower will start within two attempts. See our full review »
If electric mowers are the wave of the future, EGO proves that the future is now with the EGO LM2102SP. This self-propelled electric mower is the only one we saw that gets raves for performance that rival those of a gas mower -- but without the mess, noise and nasty emissions. Its 7.5 Ah lithium-ion battery runs for about 60 minutes, and the mower gets kudos for its mowing and mulching performance. See our full review »
Like its self-propelled sibling, the EGO LM2101 does very well in testing in mulching and discharging clippings, and excels in handling and ease of use. The 5 Ah Lithium-Ion battery charges quickly and runs for about 45 minutes on a charge. It can mow up to 1/2 acre before running down, and owners say it does a fantastic job of cutting and that it has plenty of torque for most jobs.
If you just love the Zen of lawn mowing, the Fiskars StaySharp Max reel mower is going to make you very happy. Its innovative design delivers a powerful cut from a well-built frame that is lightweight and easy to handle. The five-blade reel is exceptionally quiet and stays sharp for years. This reel mower requires very little maintenance and doesn't take up much room in the garage. See our full review »Buy for $179.99