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BLACK+DECKER

Model # MM2000

Internet # 205518875

Store SKU # 1001008631

20 in. 13 Amp Corded Electric Mower

$199.00 /each
  • Single lever easily adjusts the height of cut between 1 1/2"-4"
  • Enables mulching, bagging, and side discharge in multiple modes
  • Quick Release Clamps for easy folding and storage

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Model # MM2000

Internet # 205518875

Store SKU # 1001008631

The BLACK + DECKER 20 in. Electric Walk-Behind Push Mower provides clean, reliable electric power and instant starting every time. It sports a powerful 13 Amp motor for bagging, mulching and side discharging. The Edge Max deck design allows cutting up to the edge of fencing and flower beds, providing a clean and manicured lawn fast.

  • 20 in. width cut
  • 7-setting height adjust allows choosing the height of cut between 1-1/2 in. - 4 in.
  • Convenient carrying handles for easy transport and storage
  • 13 Gal. all nylon grass collection bag allows checking fill levels

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
34.125 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
17.25 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
21.875 in 
Blade Length (In.) 
20 
Front wheel size (in.) 
Maximum extension cord length (ft.) 
150 
Mower Deck Width 
20 
Rear wheel size (in.) 
10 
Size of Yard 
1/4 - 1/2 Acre 
Details
Amperage (amps) 
13 
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Cutting Options 
Bag,Mulch,Side-Discharge 
Cutting Width (in.) 
20 
Drive type 
Four-wheel Drive 
Engine Make 
OEM Branded 
Features 
Adjustable Handlebar,Mulching Capable 
Included 
Bag Kit 
Lawn Mower Type 
Push Mower 
Manual Push Mower Type 
Electric 
Maximum cutting height (in.) 
Minimum cutting height (in.) 
1.5 
Minimum extension cord rating 
12 gauge 
Mower Size Type 
Standard 
Mulching Capability 
Yes 
Number of Blades 
Number of adjustable handlebar positions 
Power Type 
Corded Electric 
Product Weight (lb.) 
52.9 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Refurbished 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Start Type 
Electric 
Terrain 
Sloped with Obstacles 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Walk Behind Mower Type 
Manual Push 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 Year Limited Warranty 

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Brand: BLACK+DECKER
Price: $150 - $200
Power Type: Corded Electric
Size of Yard: 1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Engine Make: OEM Branded
Cutting Width (in.): 20
Refurbished: No
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can this mower be used without the bag and become a mulcher

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Yes. It mulches well Still leaves a little trail of clippings to the left, but overall I'm very happy with it.
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yes this mower does a great job on mulching grass
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Yes this mower can be used as a mulcher without the bag. It actually comes with a mulching insert already installed. It was very easy to remove the insert and attach the bag to collect clippings. I have not used it as a mulcher yet but as easy as it was to remove the insert, I imagine it would be just as easy to put it back in. The instruction manual that comes with the mower is very helpful.
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We use it frequently as a 'mulcher'. You merely remove the bagger and place the blocking device into the rear discharge chute and close the flap. It's that easy. I have no immediate plans to use the side discharge feature, by the way.
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Yes I have used it as a mulcher, with the bag and with the side discharge chute as well. All work well. Mulcher will clog if grass is too thick or wet.
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Hingham MA
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June 24, 2015
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Yes. It is a mulching mower. If you read the Product Details in the Home Depot site, it does have this information.
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Yes. I don't ever bag. Just mulched 3/4 of an acre with no problem.
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Yes, it does have a mulcher attachment.
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Yes
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May 30, 2015
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Yes, you can detach the discharge attachment and collection bag and replace them with the mulching insert to use the mower as a mulcher.
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How hard is it to assemble and operate?

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Not hard. Easy to assemble. Easy to operate.
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Killeen, Texas USA
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The mower is all assembled other than folding the handle out and securing the wing nuts into the handle. That is as easy as it gets.
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The mower comes already mostly assembled. You will have to attach the handles, and the bag, but the instruction manual that comes with the mower describes these steps clearly. By having you attach the handles, you also learn how to fold the handles so it makes it easier to store.
A suggestion to have someone help you the first time installing the handles. You need 3 hands to hold the handles in place Read More
The mower comes already mostly assembled. You will have to attach the handles, and the bag, but the instruction manual that comes with the mower describes these steps clearly. By having you attach the handles, you also learn how to fold the handles so it makes it easier to store.
A suggestion to have someone help you the first time installing the handles. You need 3 hands to hold the handles in place and attach the hardware. My 14 year old daughter helped me with ours. It was easy with her help.
Operation is a snap. Once it's plugged in, there is a safety button that you need to press at the same time you pull the "ON" lever (they call it a bail). Once the mower is going, you can release the safety button and only need to hold down the bail. Releasing the bail shuts the mower off immediately. Starting it up again requires you to push the safety button down again, but I can see why they included this feature. You don't want kids playing with the mower and accidentally starting it, because it's very easy to start. Read Less
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No real assembly at all just attach the handle and go. operates easily, mowed my desert field easily including some sage brush with some effort to push it.
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This mower is easy to assemble. It took me about 20 minutes including reading all the instructions before I started putting it together.
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Takes two minutes. Only assembly required is attaching the handlebar.
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It took me less than 10-minutes to assemble. Read the instructions FIRST ! The mulching device is inserted into the rear discharge outlet in shipping, and you must remove it when using the rear bagger feature. I don't know too many people these days that use the side-discharge option; usually like me and use mostly Bag and mulch features. The attachment of the bag is very EASY. Mower is larger than my Read More
It took me less than 10-minutes to assemble. Read the instructions FIRST ! The mulching device is inserted into the rear discharge outlet in shipping, and you must remove it when using the rear bagger feature. I don't know too many people these days that use the side-discharge option; usually like me and use mostly Bag and mulch features. The attachment of the bag is very EASY. Mower is larger than my previous B & D, so took getting used to, but after a few minutes, it came natural. Read Less
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It's nearly ready to go right out of the box. You do have to unfold and attach the upper and lower handle sections; because of the way that works, it's handy to have a second pair of hands, but it's a very quick process. You'll select your preference (bag clippings, side discharge, or mulch) and put the proper attachment for that on the machine. And then, assuming you have an extension cord, you're ready Read More
It's nearly ready to go right out of the box. You do have to unfold and attach the upper and lower handle sections; because of the way that works, it's handy to have a second pair of hands, but it's a very quick process. You'll select your preference (bag clippings, side discharge, or mulch) and put the proper attachment for that on the machine. And then, assuming you have an extension cord, you're ready to mow. Read Less
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Its very easy to assemble, takes about 5 minutes without any tools
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Its super easy to assemble and there isn't much involved operating it. Attached the power cord, press the button to start and that's it. Rest is much like pushing a Stroller
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The B&D MM2000 was in stock on 5/11/15, and was a dream to assemble and operate. I have written to B&D suggesting that they add the following statement to the Instruction Manual and Customer Support Database:
"This B&D MM2000 is unique from most all other mowers in that it is Factory Set Up to be Already In Mulch Mode.
What this means is that If And When you want to use the Bag for grass collection, you
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The B&D MM2000 was in stock on 5/11/15, and was a dream to assemble and operate. I have written to B&D suggesting that they add the following statement to the Instruction Manual and Customer Support Database:
"This B&D MM2000 is unique from most all other mowers in that it is Factory Set Up to be Already In Mulch Mode.
What this means is that If And When you want to use the Bag for grass collection, you must first remove the Mulching Insert prior to attaching the Bag.
It is located at the very bottom at the back, lower right side and it easily slides right out.to the rear."
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does it come with cord? how long is the cord? thankx
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It does not come with a cord. You will want to purchase a heavy duty, outdoor rated extension cord. I use one similar to this cord that is sold by Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-100-ft-14-3-Heavy-Duty-Extension-Cord-AW62624/100661453
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Electrical cord size depends on the length you intend or need to use to mow your grounds.
The fact that this mower will draw up to 13-amps requires at least a 14-gauge cord for lengths up to about 100-feet. If you require more than 100-feet, then go with one(s) that are 12-gauge or even 10-gauge if over 150-feet You may find it difficult to locate a 150-foot 10-gauge extension cord, so use multiple cords
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Electrical cord size depends on the length you intend or need to use to mow your grounds.
The fact that this mower will draw up to 13-amps requires at least a 14-gauge cord for lengths up to about 100-feet. If you require more than 100-feet, then go with one(s) that are 12-gauge or even 10-gauge if over 150-feet You may find it difficult to locate a 150-foot 10-gauge extension cord, so use multiple cords of 50-feet or thereabouts. Of course it won't hurt to use this heavier gauge cording for shorter lengths either. If you were to use the 16-guage cord for over 50 feet, there may not be enough amperage carried by the cord to properly operate the mower, and it could damage the mower's motor
by not allowing enough current to meet the mower's needs.
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It does not come with a cord. You need to buy one. Check the Product Details of this mower on the Home Depot site to see the recommended length of the cord. The mower can handle that length or shorter not longer.
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Home Depot has a nice little chart on the appropriate gauge, too if that helps:
http://www.homedepot.com/c/factors_to_consider_when_choosing_extension_cords_HT_BG_EL
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It is a corded machine, but the "cord" is only about 18 inches that dangles from the handle, to which you plug in an extension cord of your choosing. So you'll need to buy an extension.
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This does not come with any cord. You have to buy your own. A 12 to 14 gauge extension cord will do just fine.
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The 13" Leader Cord attached to the handle is designed only to Connect To, And Tie To the Extension Cord(s), which Home Depot sells separately.
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You need to buy a 13 Amp extension cord to use the mower. No cord comes with it. Make sure you buy one long enough.
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YOU supply the cord--any length you want--as long as it will deliver the amperage and voltage required--Otherwise, expect the motor to burn out! I use this guide:
MAXIMUM DISTANCES: UP TO 15 AMPS: 25' to 50' = 14 Gauge and 50' to 100' = 12 Gauge
Get one rated for OUTDOORS and avoid green or dark colors (you need to see the cord).
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This would be my 1st electric mower, if I try it and don't like it, what is the return policy?

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Return policy strictness may vary by store, but at mine they're ridiculously cool about it. Definitely head in to a store and ask, you'll probably get a good answer.
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you can return it to the store up to 60 days from purchase - they will ask for your receipt for proof of purchase -
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Home Depot's return policy is here: http://www.homedepot.com/c/Return_Policy
Looking through it, it looks like we have 90 days to return an item. The only exception related to mowers I can find is only 30 days for gasoline powered items. Since this mower isn't gasoline powered, it would likely qualify for the 90 day return period.
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Home Depot's return policy is here: http://www.homedepot.com/c/Return_Policy
Looking through it, it looks like we have 90 days to return an item. The only exception related to mowers I can find is only 30 days for gasoline powered items. Since this mower isn't gasoline powered, it would likely qualify for the 90 day return period.
Personally, I generally check with the store manager on their return policies before buying something though. It's never fun to think you know a store's return policy and then later find out there's a gotcha somewhere in there you didn't see. Read Less
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From what I understand, Home Depot will accept returns up to 90-days. However, I'd contact HD direct to verify.
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This mower comes with 90 days return policy and Home Depot never gives trouble returning. I must add, give it a try and you will like it. Its very easy to operate, needs no maintenance and cuts well.
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I had a different mower that I did not like after using it 1 time. I returned it to a local store, no questions asked. Great service!
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Look at "Specifications, Details" and read that it IS returnable up to ninety (90) days.
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This mower will be fine for me. I know the product and it will be fine for my mowing.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 98 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AWESOME We are so done with gas engines. This lawnmower is awesome. I love it. I've had B&D products in the past, a trimmer and some other tools, so this was an easy choice. I love it. It's like vacuuming the grass. It works great, light and easy to move, mulches great. We have a pretty big yard with lots of gardens and slopes and this thing scooted right along through the whole thing. I broke a sweat from being able to work too fast. I can't say anything bad about this mower. I highly recomend this to anyone. Women, men, even the kids can use this. Now we have an electric trimmer, chainsaw, snowblower, and mower. Just need our Tesla car ..... May 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase! The Black and Decker 20in. 13amp electric mower was very easy to assemble and has some great features. The handle easily folds down for storage and the front and top handles make it easy for carrying down a narrow stairway. It's been doing a great job at cutting through tall grass and weeds. Also the bag fits perfectly in the Home Depot 30gal. paper refuse bags if you aren't mulching. The only reason i didn't give it 5 stars on quality is the bag sits on two plastic tabs. May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much improved relative to an older model I have used. A good machine for the lawn I mow--which is quite level with obstructions. Cuts evenly and mulches well. Light weight & seemingly durable. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good mower. Quiet, easy to operate, cuts well, and the bag design is good. I have owned several Black and Decker electric mowers over the years, ranging from a fairly heavy and unsophisticated 24" model back in the early 1970s, to this one, and aside from it being a pain in the rear to get started, it's a great mower. I dislike intensely the push-button-then-pull-handle start system, as it is time-consuming, and ridiculously redundant. A simple lever handle pulled back to the push handle as on previous models would have been much better. The bagging system is a great improvement over previous years, and doesn't look as if it will disintegrate with minimal use. This one's solidly built. I also like the option to mulch, and the side-exhaust for clippings. The height adjustment is great, all you have to do is move the lever from one position to the next, and all four wheels move. All in all, I would buy this mower again, and would really like a 20" wide or even a 22" wide version. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I wanted This is a very easy to use mower for this 79 year old woman to use. I like the starter button. I had a difficult start arrangement on my last Black&Decker that always needed to be repaired. This is a great improvement! May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A nice mower for relatively small yard I have a small yard to mow and wanted to avoid going to get gas to put in a mower and so I bought the electric one here. It is very easy to use and cuts the grass well. I have used it to bag the cut grass but now prefer to mulch and I am happy with the mulching capacity of the mower. I would recommend it for a small yard. May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SO far no problems I had an older model of this mower which was still running strong. This has a bigger cutting path which I like. I don't like the plastic pieces that stick out for the folding handle. I also do not like the starting button... just more things to break. It doesn't seem as sturdy or well built as the last model, but I think it is a good mower for the price. I really like the corded electric mowers. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worthy Purchase This lil lawn mower met my expectations. Enjoyed the fact it is light weight but still able to cut my lawn with ease. Friends thought it would be a waste of money they are partial to the gas operated mowers. The easy start up is a plus in my book and its ability to edge the lawn at the sidewalk. May 3, 2016
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