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EGO 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Self Propelled Mower-Battery and Charger Not Included
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21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Self Propelled Mower-Battery and Charger Not Included

  • Delivers the torque of gas-powered mowers
  • Self-propelled with easy push-button start
  • Compatible with all EGO Arc-Lithium batteries and chargers
$429.00 /each

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The torque of gas without the noise, mess and fumes. The EGO 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Mower delivers long-lasting power, rapid charging and durability in all weather conditions. Power the EGO 56-Volt Mower with any of the EGO Power+ Arc Lithium Batteries.

  • Compatible with all EGO power+ arc lithium batteries
  • 21 in. cut capacity
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • 3-in-1: mulching/bagging/side discharge
  • Folds easily for compact storage
  • Push-button start
  • Single-lever, 6-position deck-height adjustment
  • Easy-access 2 bushel grass collection bag
  • LED headlights
  • 5-year limited warranty
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Name 21 in. Electric Start Gas Self Propelled Mower with Kohler Engine 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Self Propelled Mower-Battery and Charger Not Included 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Self Propelled Mower 21 in. Variable Speed Electric Start Gas Self Propelled Mower
Brand Lawn-Boy EGO EGO Honda
Ratings (287) (315) (923) (238)
Power Type Gas Battery Battery Gas
Size of Yard 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Cutting Width (in.) 21 21 21 21
Features Bagger,Foldable handle,Mulching Capable,Tool-free adjustments Adjustable Handlebar,Bagger,Battery level indicator,Foldable handle,Headlights,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments Adjustable Handlebar,Bagger,Battery level indicator,Headlights,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments Bagger,Blade Brake,Foldable handle,Mulch Switch,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Tool-free adjustments
Drive type Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive
Refurbished No No No No
Start Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
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how much for battery and long do they ast

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how much is the modelLM2100sp lawn mower $$$$ ??? How much $ is the battery &what size is the battery ? 7.5 or 5.0 or4.0 ? can I Read More
how much is the modelLM2100sp lawn mower $$$$ ??? How much $ is the battery &what size is the battery ? 7.5 or 5.0 or4.0 ? can I use my standard charger 2100 How much is the rapid charger $$ and whatis the difference between charging times ?? Please don"t use any american slang language, I find it all reginal and some time phases have different meanings in different parts of our country. thank you........... Read Less
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is the speed of this slow,med. or fast. What about shipping to me $ ?. If it,s not to my liking what about shipping back to your c0mpany $. ??? will my lb5300 battery & charger work on this mower.. How much will the cost of the battery and the charger,individual cost of the battery ,,,,,,,,,charger,? If I only need the battery , can I use the same charger as my lb5300.....? What would the cost of this Read More
is the speed of this slow,med. or fast. What about shipping to me $ ?. If it,s not to my liking what about shipping back to your c0mpany $. ??? will my lb5300 battery & charger work on this mower.. How much will the cost of the battery and the charger,individual cost of the battery ,,,,,,,,,charger,? If I only need the battery , can I use the same charger as my lb5300.....? What would the cost of this system with the bagger,battery? Read Less
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May 13, 2016
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The EGO battery is $200 dollars.
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Prices and availability vary per battery Ah rating. Please search "EGO battery" for all prices. You may know that battery life is usually measured in terms of recharge cycles. It is nearly impossible to predict the number of cycles your battery will produce because of varying environmental conditions. We do have a 3 (three) year warranty on all batteries and chargers, so you can feel confident knowing Read More
Prices and availability vary per battery Ah rating. Please search "EGO battery" for all prices. You may know that battery life is usually measured in terms of recharge cycles. It is nearly impossible to predict the number of cycles your battery will produce because of varying environmental conditions. We do have a 3 (three) year warranty on all batteries and chargers, so you can feel confident knowing your battery will be protected in the unlikely event that it doesn’t function properly in those first three years of ownership. Read Less
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2 ah batteries with this mower?

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I have three other Ego products and have two 2 ah batteries and chargers that came with them. I understand they can be used with the mower, but how long would I expect the 2 ah battery to last while mowing on average? I would prefer to buy this version without the battery, but do not want to be short changed with the time issue.
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What does short changed mean ??? please don't use vanecular ? what issue???
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what do you mean? 2ah battery ? should I get an xtra battery and us the same charger for both the mower and theblower lb5300????
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Hi John, thanks for writing in. Run times will vary with your mowing conditions and speed. For best performance, we recommend EGO Arc-Lithium batteries rated 5.0Ah or greater; optimal performance will be achieved with our 7.5 Ah battery.
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Is the battery included in the price of the mower?

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How much is this mower W/O the battery ,&charger?
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Yes , the a battery and charger come with the lawnmower.
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Under "normal" conditions, how long could I expect my 2.5Ah battery to last with this mower?

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You may know that battery life is usually measured in terms of recharge cycles. It is nearly impossible to predict the number of cycles your battery will produce because of varying environmental conditions. We do have a 3 (three) year warranty on all batteries and chargers, so you can feel confident knowing your battery will be protected in the unlikely event that it doesn’t function properly in those Read More
You may know that battery life is usually measured in terms of recharge cycles. It is nearly impossible to predict the number of cycles your battery will produce because of varying environmental conditions. We do have a 3 (three) year warranty on all batteries and chargers, so you can feel confident knowing your battery will be protected in the unlikely event that it doesn’t function properly in those first three years of ownership. Read Less
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21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Self Propelled Mower-Battery and Charger Not Included is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 315.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than gas mowers by far This mower hits on all cylinders (pun intended ). It's got the power of gas with non of the drawbacks. Now that it's self propelled with upgraded deck size, larger battery, better wheel bearings, and other improvements I can imagine a better easier to use mower. I did a couple of cuts so far and it goes through thick tall grass with no issue and the self propelled system works as expected. As good as my Honda gas mower but way easier to operated and storage is a dream. No gas to deal with and little up keep to do! The noise is about 1/3 of a gas mower so you can cut early or late without waking folks. This is the future of mowers.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Will Never Go Back To Gas Mower After reading several reviews, I decided to take the plunge and get the 21" self-propelled mower. It wasn't a mistake. It has plenty of power and did my front yard, both sides of my driveway, and behind my fence with some power to spare. The yard came out looking great. I mulch and don't bag and there were no clippings left on top. I like being able to adjust the speed on the fly and recharge time is no problem. The mower folds up quickly, easily, and stores against my garage wall leaving plenty of room to pull the car in. I have been waiting for a powerful electric mower which is also self-propelled and this one fits perfectly. Go, Go, Ego.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely powerful and well engineered mower. If you are debating between the self-propelled 21” EGO mower or the on fence about purchasing, this review may be very relevant to your decision. I’ve been using the EGO 20” mower for about 3 years now and love it. It’s so light and maneuverable that I often forget I’m pushing a mower. So you can imagine my reservations about getting a slightly larger, but heavier mower. The new 21” mower is a natural upgrade. Bigger cutting width, more power and self-propelled. SELF-PROPEL Let’s first talk about the self-propel minimum walking speed. Almost all Self-Propelled mowers on the market are fixed speed (Cruise control) just like this EGO, so the experience will be about the same. I haven’t used a SP (Self-Propelled) mower in ages, so this is a unique experience for me. Look at the picture below. I have a very steep lawn, so even when I cut it from side to side, it slopes enough in both directions that I’m always going uphill or downhill. The natural walking speed for a person increases slightly while walking down a hill and slows down gradually as you walk up a hill. The self-propel function on this mower has a static speed, set by the lever. So just be aware that the speed will be static and you just need to keep up with it. Video of walking up a hill at slowest speed. https://youtu.be/8K7rLk7hR7s The best advice is to take a little time as you are walking to find a good balance for the speed so that you do not feel like it is too slow going downhill and too fast going uphill. After I found a balance, I got a lot more comfortable. Next up is the braking feature. At first I was having a bit of trouble backing up. The whole trick is to release the lever while moving forward just a little and it will unlock the brakes allow you to easily pull the mower backwards. Video of going forward, releasing lever and backing up. You can see how the brakes will lock (for safety) if you don't move forward a little. https://youtu.be/z6e4ufNoAKc At first I wasn’t comfortable with the self-propel engage lever. Sometimes I would disengage the blade at the same time I released the lever (muscle reflex). After a while it became second nature and not a problem to use. As with anything, just give yourself a little time to get use to something new. Aside from the issues I talk about, the self-propel option is a welcome addition to the mower. I do not feel as fatigued. When you are dreading those last few strips in the middle of the summer, that assist will be a most welcomed addition. CUTTING POWER I could write a review that would bring images of Tanks, Horse Power, Roman Soldiers, but it would drag on. The cutting power of this mower was nothing short of amazing, spectacular. Look at this example of something I tried (don’t try at home). I decided to see if all of the talk about the new power was something of a gimmick, or noteworthy. This mower had no problem, no slow down, no blinking lights. It simply bush-whacked this very thick weeded area that was also loaded with leaves and small bushes. I could hardly believe what I experience. Take a look. (see 3 pictures of brush/bush cutting, before/after). MULCHING PERFORMANCE The mulching performance and ability to pick up debris from the lawn and “chomp” it up was very good. See this video example below. https://youtu.be/zac-usQIW0g I also used it on the very back of my lawn where there is no grass, but tons of acorns, leaves and weeds. Guess what. It left the ground looking clean, with a fine mulch. Took care of everything I could throw at it. THE BLADE OK, I’m a harsh critic of these light metal blades that dull by just looking at them. That being said, the blade on this 21” was pretty sharp out of the box. After 2 hours of sticks, leaves, grass, small bushes, the blade was still near perfect. The blade was acceptably sharp. I think that I can now put my gripes about the blade to rest. MANEUVERABILITY Being that the size of the mower is identical to the one without the Self-Propel (SP), it maneuvers much like it. When using the Self-Propel, your turns are a little wider and if you don’t disengage the Self-Propel and move the mower slightly forward before making your turn, the back wheels will lock and cause some aggravation. All SP mowers do this, any brand. Just remember to move it slightly forward without the SP engaged and the wheels will free up to pull backwards. CONCLUSION If you are on the fence about whether you want to go with EGO or anther brand, better think twice. There is a reason that even Consumer Reports rates this as tops. It’s a powerful, fairly light cutting machine that is probably built well enough for commercial use. Pros: · Powerful enough for the most demanding lawn · Top notch build quality, nothing cheap about this mower · Very good mulching performance · Great run time, considering the power of the mower. Recommend the 7.5ah battery · Robust and powerful battery design, all battery sizes fit all EGO products · 5-year mower / 3-year battery warranty · Self-Propelled · Easy to store, folds up into a compact form factor. · Best customer service in the industry. Very active with the online community Cons: · Heavier than a mower without self-propel · Self-Propel speeds can be a bit tricky to work with * Please excuse any spelling or grammar mistakes.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally rid of gas cans I've been waiting for a real alternative to my gas mower. This is definitely it. Mows very well, quiet, easy, bag holds a lot and is easy to empty. I got two of the big batteries because It takes about 2 hours to mow my lawn. I've mowed twice so far and each time I have used about 1-1/2 batteries. The variable speed is great. We used to worry about disturbing the neighbors mowing but now that isn't an issue. Getting rid of the gas cans and ear plugs was very nice. I will never go back to gas.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad I got it The picture shows a strip I mowed with the grass fairly high and lots of leaves. The mower I got did not have the large battery so I am using the small 2ah battery from the trimmer and blower. Before I mowed I used the same battery to blow leaves in my back yard and there was plenty of juice left to finish this strip. As you can see from the picture, it did a good job with the grass and leaves. I do not usually use the mower with leaves since there are so many, but just wanted to give it a try. I am very happy with the cut quality on regular grass. The self propelled function is handy for getting started in hard spots, but the mower is very light compared to a gas mower and easy to use
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Design We purchased the 21" self-propelled lawn mower with battery and charger Wednesday 27, 2016. Both front and back yards can be mowed with plenty of battery to spare. We would have never purchased this mower except we have a relative who has owned and used the EGO mower for 5 years with absolutely no issues. Also, rear wheel drive was out of the question until we got this mower. The design EGO used to activate the rear wheels changed my aversion for rear wheel drive. The battery charges at a rapid rate and exceedingly easy to remove and replace. All I can say is goodbye to gasoline powered mowers
Date published: 2016-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I don't like this mower.......I LOVE IT!!!! I have been maintaining our lawn for 36 years, but I just turned 60 and pulling on a gas powered lawn mower to get it started is getting more and more difficult. We did tons of research and decided on the Ego. Someone posted a youtube video showing how well the mower pulled leaves, twigs, and grass clippings into the bag. He would go from grass to sidewalk with no grass clippings dropping onto it. We have a pool and a constant problem is mowing around it. We have to skim the grass off the water quickly, before it sinks to the bottom. Not with the Ego!! I can run the mower along side the pavers and not one single blade of cut grass ends up in the pool! I love the ability to fold it and store it upright to save space. We also have the leaf blower and I can't say enough good things about it either. Don't have the string trimmer because the one we have is fairly new, but once it starts to go we will be replacing it with an Ego. Oh and I forgot to mention how quiet it is! I love being able to turn it off to empty the bag and restart it with a simple push of a button. Goes through the thick grass in the front corner with no problem. The ONLY thing I wish it did have is a cup holder for my bottle of water....South Florida gets really hot and steamy. Hint, hint!! Maybe the makers of the Ego mower could work on that as an accessory???
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Impressed Anyone that knows me knows I have a great lawn; one of the nicer lawns in my neighborhood. I had a John Deere lawnmower for the better part of 10 years and ran it until literally the wheels fell off. After researching and reading reviews, decided to take a chance on the LM2102SP. Got it home, and rather effortlessly pulled it out of the box and it was set up in less than 2 minutes. The battery was mostly charged but got topped off to 100 percent before starting. Did my first mow this morning. The mower is light enough so I found I didn't need to use the self-propelled option unless I needed a running start up the hill next to the house. The lawn cut was clean and even like I had expected and looked good when I was done. One thing, I'm not very impressed with the bagging feature. With my John Deere, I'd get about 2 full bags of grass and the EGO was not even 1/3 full across the entire yard. I think the aperture where the mower throws the grass into the bag is too narrow and may need to be widened a bit. Despite this fact, I'm still overall impressed and will keep the mower as a replacement for the Deere. Also should note when I finished and put the battery back on the charger, after running through it's initial testing, the charger showed four green lights as if I hadn't just used it for the last 35 minutes. I'm not sure if I didn't use enough power to register below 75 percent so the battery is still appears fully charged. So next time I mow, I'm going to use the self-propelled feature full time to see what happens with the battery power consumption. Bottom line, if you have a small to medium yard, you're tired of messing with gas, give this a shot. It worked for me and despite my earlier skepticism, I'm a fan.
Date published: 2016-07-24
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