Model # MM2000

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BLACK+DECKER 20 in. 13 Amp Corded Electric Mower
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BLACK+DECKER

20 in. 13 Amp Corded Electric Mower

  • 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
$199.00 /each

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Mower Features
Electricty-Powered
Terrain - Sloped with obstacles
2 Year Warranty
20in Cutting Width
1 Blade
cutting options: bag, mulch, side-discharge

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.

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Brand BLACK+DECKER BLACK+DECKER Remington Worx
Ratings (66) (155) (5) (52)
Power Type Corded Electric Corded Electric Corded Electric Corded Electric
Size of Yard 1/4 Acre or Less 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 Acre or Less 1/4 Acre or Less
Cutting Width (in.) 17 20 19 19
Engine Make OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded
Features Bagger,Foldable handle,High wheel,Single-lever height adjustment Adjustable Handlebar,Mulching Capable Adjustable Handlebar,Bagger,Mulching Capable,Single-lever height adjustment Bagger,Foldable handle,Mulching Capable,Swivel front wheel
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can this mower be used without the bag and become a mulcher

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Reno, Nv
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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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July 16, 2015
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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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Marysville, OH
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July 8, 2015
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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
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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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Hingham MA
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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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Arlington VA
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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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I'm searching for a cord for my mower, but i'm not sure where to look. where/what should i look for?

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I ordered a cord on Amazon and it was shipped right to my house. Make sure you get a cord with the proper rating. It will help with the motor life.
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August 26, 2016
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grab one of the guys in the store. Ask for a 14G to 16G, specify it is for a 13 AMP mower, depending on the size of your yard you should go with a 50ft to 100ft
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in store when you enter-on the left side-a lot of cords stored.
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We bought ours at Big Lots, 16A 125V 1625W KAB SUITABLE FOR USE OF OUTDOOR APPLIANCES
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August 18, 2015
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If you are going to use it for longer than 50 feet, I would recommend a thicker extension cord (gauge 12) because of high current (13 amps) for this mower. You can find it at Sears, Home Depot and Lowe's.
If the cord length can be shorter than 50 feet (depending on the area of your lawn), you can use less thick cord (gauge 14). If the cord is shorter than 25 ft,, then gauge 16 may be OK, too.
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the sales representative for the lawn mower should be able to help you find the cord. Buy the best cord possible and it meets the requirements for an electric mower.
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Best to look for a heavy duty cord rated for outdoor use. The heavy duty ones are generally thicker and less likely to kink and tangle. Makes mowing a lot easier. The length of cord you need depends on how large your yard is and where your electrical outlets are placed. My yard is relatively large and only one outlet, so I went with a 100 foot cord. Works well.
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Best to look for a heavy duty cord rated for outdoor use. The heavy duty ones are generally thicker and less likely to kink and tangle. Makes mowing a lot easier. The length of cord you need depends on how large your yard is and where your electrical outlets are placed. My yard is relatively large and only one outlet, so I went with a 100 foot cord. Works well.
Home Depot carries several good ones - I have a cord similar to this one: http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-100-ft-14-3-Heavy-Duty-Extension-Cord-AW62624/100661453 Read Less
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Go to Home Depot or the Hardware Store and buy an outdoor electric cord which does not exceed the length that is recommended for the mower. This length is listed under Product Details. There are heavy duty cords and regular cords. I don't think this matters. It's the length you need to check.
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I already had a 100-foot cord with my previous B & D mower. I found out that with a 100-foot length, you should go for at least a 14-gauge wire. 12 would be better; it'll handle the current the mower draws(using my 13-amp model as a guide). If your mower uses less amperage, then you can go with a 16-gauge if length is 50-feet or so; 14-gauge if 100-feet. If you need longer than 100-feet, then DEFINATELY Read More
I already had a 100-foot cord with my previous B & D mower. I found out that with a 100-foot length, you should go for at least a 14-gauge wire. 12 would be better; it'll handle the current the mower draws(using my 13-amp model as a guide). If your mower uses less amperage, then you can go with a 16-gauge if length is 50-feet or so; 14-gauge if 100-feet. If you need longer than 100-feet, then DEFINATELY use 12-gauge. You would'nt have the proper voltage/current available at the mower running that long a cord with anything less tha 12-gauge--regardless of mower amperage draw. Read Less
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You can search for "12 gauge extension cord" OR "14 gauge extension cord". The lower the gauge, the better it is. So a 12 gauge is thicker cable than 14 and will perform better.
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does it come with cord? how long is the cord? thankx
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All of the other contributors below have made useful comments with which I agree. I would add only that it makes more sense to use two 50' cords, rather than one 100' cord - try as you might, you will eventually run over the cord, and it is cheaper to replace one 50' cord.
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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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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 152 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A good machine Of course the real test of quality only comes over time. The first few cuts have been fine but I expect to get 5 years from this machine minimum. So to me that s the bar I will use to measure this product. It has some design issues to me. The mulching mode involves a few removable parts that must be inserted. The user manual could be better, especially the illustrations. The handle design also need work. The lever type mechanism to collapse the handle is better than other brands that use a tightening wing nut....but it seems to not be 'tight enough' and I had to use a washer to get good tension. Overall, minor issues. Also it is VERY QUIET compared to my previous machines (Craftsman). October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gets The Job Done I have an 8,000 sq ft lot and no place to stow gas - so an electric mower seemed to be the best option. This cuts well and it light wieght - easy to move. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Black and Decker 20" electric mower A lot of weight has been shaved off the model from 10 years ago. Factory connection of the mover to the lower handle is better. Overall length of the handle is a little long and awkward. I would have liked to see a cut width of 22" versus 20". Easy cutting through thin fall grass. Test comes in the spring. October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great option for a smaller lawn Just bought a house after 6 years in a condo and wanted a lightweight mower to use to keep my new small yard in shape. This fit the bill perfectly. Starts easily and weighs next to nothing so it's very easy to maneuver. The mulching option works great for keeping lawn clippings and leaves under control. It's also compact and the handle folds down easily so it stores in very little space. It's been an excellent option for my smaller yard. October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for my small lawn Ready-to-use right out of the box. Easiest height adjustment I have ever seen. Light and easy to use. Quiet. Glad I bought it. October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk. Run do not walk away from this waste of time lawnmower After only a few times using it, the angled hook connecting the starter cable to the handle bar, which you need to pull back to keep the mower running, broke off at he angle. It is cheaply made (cast, not forged) made and was too brittle to hold up. I tried to get Home Depot to replace it and they said all of the B&D lawn mowers have exactly the same design defect and they would not recommend B&D lawnmowers "to my worst enemy, they are such a piece of garbage." I wish they had told me that before I bought it. I see other comments experience exactly the same design-related defect. August 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The Little Mower That Could I had anxiety about getting an electric mower, as it was my first. I was worried about assembly (no tools on hand) and power issues with it. With time and patience, this mower was easy to assemble. The "biggest" issue was the handles and their locks. After assembly, the mower handled the cutting of my modest size lawn very well; it was definitely more powerful than my reel mower! This mower is easy to start and easy to maneuver. I only used the side discharge/ mulching feature, which works well . Compared to gas mowers that I have used before, Black and Decker's 13 Amp mower is lighter, cleaner, and works just as well. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Electric I've ever used I love this mower, and think its a great value. Corded electrics aren't for everyone - if you have a huge yard, stay away. However, with a 100' cord, I can reach every corner of my lawn and the advantages of an electric are key for me: they always start, they don't need oil, I don't have to store gasoline, they aren't smelly, they aren't loud. This B&D mower is the best electric I've owned. It is powerful, mulches well, and provides a high quality cut. Truth be told, they one I retired forced me to basically double-mow my lawn. To get a good cut, I had to overlap my mowing considerably. This one though, has cut my time down considerably. It makes a complete, clean cut on the first pass. I also like the build quality, particularly the height adjustment and the handle locks. The only negative I've had so far is that the handle padding has started to crack after only a month. September 27, 2016
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