How to choose the best Kobalt 80-Volt Max Brushless Lithium Ion 21-in Deck Width Cordless Electric Lawn Mower for you?
Powerful 80-volt MAX Push Mower with two 2.0 Ah batteries offers the MAXimum power of our highest voltage. Kit includes 2 batteries and a Quick Charger allowing you to charge one battery while you cut with the other - offering a quick, continuous cut and no downtime Ideal for yards up to 1 acre. Brushless motor maximizes run time and offers longer motor life. Push button start, no cords to pull. Easy fold system for vertical storage or compact transportation
What is the advantage of this Kobalt 80-Volt Max Brushless Lithium Ion 21-in Deck Width Cordless Electric Lawn Mower?
Kobalt s rugged lineup of 80V Max tools delivers a high voltage, thanks to its professional-grade lithium-ion battery platform. You get longer run times with no gradual drop in power, and because Kobalt equipment is designed to make your job easier, all our batteries can be quickly swapped to keep you rolling and blowing and cutting and trimming.
Customer reviewsGreat power, decent battery life - mediocre maneuverability
I bought this directly at a Lowes store for a friend who is mentally handicap so he would have no gasoline or extension cord to deal with. His other electric corded mower died and his grass was literally 30 - 36 inches tall. I first cut part of my yard with it with just a weeks growth of grass. The battery lasted until I stopped about an hour and still had some charge. I immediately noticed an annoying handling maneuverability problem. When mowing into a bush or fence you can t just let go of the self-propelled lever and pull the mower back. The rear wheels lock and drag. You have to push forward a few inches AFTER you let go of the drive lever. Then the wheels will turn freely when you pull backward. This is annoying. I have had many self-propelled gas mowers and never had such an issue. Also, this is rear wheel drive which means you cannot just raise the front wheels off of the ground to pivot it or to pull it backward. It adds up to ok and usable but very annoying design.