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Fiskars StaySharp Max 18 in. Push Walk Behind, Non-Powered, Non-Electrical Reel Lawn Mower (6201)
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Fiskars

StaySharp Max 18 in. Push Walk Behind, Non-Powered, Non-Electrical Reel Lawn Mower (6201)

  • 60% easier to push
  • Inertia drive reel delivers twice the cutting power
  • Limited 3-year warranty
$199.00 /each

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Mower Features
Manual Reel Mower
Terrain - Uneven with Obstacles
3 Year Warranty
18in Cutting Width
5 Blade
weight: 51.7lbs

Formerly the Momentum Reel Mower, The StaySharp Max Reel Mower combines patent-pending technology with superior ergonomics to deliver best-in-class cutting performance without gasoline, oil, charging, the hassle of cords or the noise created by other mowers. It features an Inertia Drive Reel for twice the cutting power of standard reel mowers; StaySharp Cutting System to eliminate the cost and inconvenience of annual blade sharpening; Versa Cut Technology for easy cut height adjustment to provide a clean cut on any type of grass, even though southern varieties, plus one-touch height adjustment for comfort and control; inset wheel design for ultra-close side edging without uncut strips under the wheels; and a unique grass discharge shoot for that throws clippings forward cleanly, away from your feet. The combination of these technologies makes the StaySharp Max Reel Mower 60% easier to push than other reel mowers, helping you get more done with less effort. Includes an 18 in. cut width and a limited 3-year warranty.

  • 60% easier to push than other reel mowers
  • Patent-pending inertia drive reel delivers twice the cutting power to blast through tough spots that would jam other reel mowers
  • Exclusive StaySharp cutting system cuts grass without blades touching for long-lasting performance without costly annual blade sharpening
  • Includes inset wheel design for closer edging and versa cut technology for easy cut height adjustment 1 in. - 4 in.
  • Formerly the momentum reel mower still all the same great features

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We have a lot of oak trees (thus acorns...) in our yard. Would this mower work or would we have a problem with acorns getting caught in the blades?

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Menomonie, WI
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March 14, 2016
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If the blade is at a low setting, you may catch acorns.
I have picked up rocks that have completely stopped the reel. I have had rocks work through the reel and have shot out like a powered mower, as well, this was with a lower mowing height setting, however.
Keep the mowing height high, and I would think there would be no problem.
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I have a tree that seems to be dying, and it drops tons of tiny branches on the lawn during any rain or wind storm. ALL of these branches need to be raked up before I can use this reel mower. Even the smallest twig will lock up the blades against the back panel. I just stop, back up the mower, and pick up the twig.
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I have a tree that seems to be dying, and it drops tons of tiny branches on the lawn during any rain or wind storm. ALL of these branches need to be raked up before I can use this reel mower. Even the smallest twig will lock up the blades against the back panel. I just stop, back up the mower, and pick up the twig.
Having lots of acorns in the yard may pose a real problem for you. You might be able to get around this by having the cutting height set to the 3" - 4" level, rather than a lower height, and hope you can just mow over the acorns. You might want to contact Fiskars directly about this. Read Less
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May 11, 2015
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I don't think acorns will be a problem, but large twigs will stop the blade. I don't think the blades will catch acorns. I have no experience with acorns, however. Leaves are no problem.
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Kirkland, WA
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August 5, 2014
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I would rake up the nuts first. Get one caught between the reel and cutting bar and you'll come to a quick stop.
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Pompton lakes, NJ
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June 17, 2014
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Acorns, in addition to sticks and stones can get caught.
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I am not sure about acorns, but note that any twigs, sticks etc. will jam the blade. You'll have to reverse and re-mow that spot, and you may even have to put (GLOVED!) hands into the blade spool to dig out the debris. I think acorns may be small enough to not be a problem, but I'm not sure. You might clarify return policy at the store just in case.
Please see my review on the quality of your grass, Read More
I am not sure about acorns, but note that any twigs, sticks etc. will jam the blade. You'll have to reverse and re-mow that spot, and you may even have to put (GLOVED!) hands into the blade spool to dig out the debris. I think acorns may be small enough to not be a problem, but I'm not sure. You might clarify return policy at the store just in case.
Please see my review on the quality of your grass, though. If you have many weeds, I do not recommend this mower. It will not cut dandelions, crabgrass, even clover. It will cut more broadleaf weeds to some extent, but not their stems.
If you have a healthy, clean lawn, and the acorns are your only concern, I would recommend trying this mower. If you have a moderate amount of weeds I do NOT recommend trying it. I have owned it for 2 mowing seasons now, but I am going to be buying a powered mower due to the weed situation I described. Read Less
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Troy, NY
June 2, 2014
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I have experienced many twigs jamming the blades. You at least run a risk of the same.
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May 29, 2014
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Sorry, I can't really answer this question since I don't know much about acorns or how large they are. The space between the blade is pretty wide, so I don't see them actually getting caught in the blades. All I can say is I've gone over small branches, twigs, and things of that sort and haven't had any issues with things getting caught in the blades.
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May 29, 2014
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Like any reel mower, obstacles such as mulch, twigs, rocks, acorns, etc will hinder the mower from turning. It is recommended that the yard be free of these to ensure a smooth mowing experience.
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May 28, 2014
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I don't know about the acorns getting stuck--they might be a hassle, but this mower works better going in straight lines. The blade works better with a little speed so I wouldn't want to have to go around a whole lot of trees.
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I can't push my mower forward, the blade appears to get stuck and won't go forward. It will move backwards.

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The locking nut on the smaller chain cog may have worked itself loose, or may have fallen off completely.
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Savannah, GA
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June 2, 2016
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I've had this happens when something gets stuck in the blade. If you pull it back slightly and then CAREFULLY reach down and roll the blade backwards you should see the obstruction fall out.
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Check the blade adjustment. It should be zero clearance, not metal touching metal. Check for twigs or obstructions.
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Kirkland, WA
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It sounds like the reel blades are touching the cutting bar. Read the instructions and adjust the distance between the two so that they do not touch and yet will cut a strip of paper. The mower should roll freely and with very little sound. Test it on your driveway then your grass.
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June 18, 2014
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Blade will move when rotated by hand but will not move when mower is pushed
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Check for foreign objects in the blade.
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Have you tried adjusting the blades? For some reason, in the process of putting it together mine did the same thing. I thought I had broke it. I adjusted the blades and that fixed it. You need an 11 and 13 mm wrench. The bolts on the sides are really tight, at least on mine they were. It helps to watch the video on their website and use the paper strips.
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I would contact the company; sounds defective to me.
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Check to make sure there is anything stuck in the blade section where it makes the cut along the straight blade. The reel only engages when moving forward. In reverse the reel isn't engaged and explains why it moves. If the reel can't move then forward movement is affected.
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May 16, 2014
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. We apologize that you are experiencing issues with your mower. Here is a link to our website where you can file a warranty claim:
http://www2.fiskars.com/Customer-Service/Warranty-Claim
Thank you again!
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Does this cut tall grass?

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I cut grass and some weeds about 12 inchs long in an area of about 12 feet by 10 feet amd it cut fine.
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Absolutely not, however, it does a good job on an average lawn.
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It will cut tall grass, but when it gets to a certain hight it will just push it down. If the grass is too high you might need to set it to a higher hight, mow and then set it lower and mow again.
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It will cut long grass up to a point. Unlike a gas or electric rotary mower that actually creates air flow that stands tall grass upright, a reel mower depends upon the grass to be cut to be standing upright on its own. It is best to cut your grass often so than your clippings are an inch or less long.
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It is not recommended for tall grass. I make sure I don't let the grass get too long before I cut it.
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Depending on how tall you will need to adjust the cut height higher to cut taller grass and adjust to it down in stages to get desired height. I have cut 3-4" height with 2" cut height with no problem.
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May 27, 2014
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No, especially not grass over 5-6" tall. Great for those in-between gas mower jobs if large area involved.
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May 13, 2014
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Reel mowers are are hard for tall grass. Not recommended. When tall grass is cut, it looks "chopped"' not manicured. If you don't cut regularly and let it grow tall, you should use a power mower, because you got a lot of grass that is forced into the cutting area all at once. The grass tends to get ripped in half. Shorter grass just gets "trimmed" at the top. It looks nicer when complete. Less work for Read More
Reel mowers are are hard for tall grass. Not recommended. When tall grass is cut, it looks "chopped"' not manicured. If you don't cut regularly and let it grow tall, you should use a power mower, because you got a lot of grass that is forced into the cutting area all at once. The grass tends to get ripped in half. Shorter grass just gets "trimmed" at the top. It looks nicer when complete. Less work for the blades, better results. Read Less
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April 7, 2014
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This reel mower was designed to work optimally with grass no longer than 4". Please feel free to contact us with any further questions at 866-348-5661M-F 8-5 CST.
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Hey Hari,
I'm not exactly sure what your definition of 'tall grass' is, but this mower can cut grass typically up to 4 inches in height with no problem.
Below is the owners manual to find out more information.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/62/62a4be6d-a0d3-4c8d-9ac1-51339625f38c.pdf
Hope this has helped you out,
Joseph
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Has anyone used this mower with a fenced in yard?

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I am just wondering because of the protruding front wheels if you would be able to mow inside fenced corners efficiently, seeing that the front wheel would hit the fence and stop the blades from going into the corner areas of my backyard.
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I do use a sickle for trimming in corners and right around posts.
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You can mow along a fence line, or sidewalk, and get pretty close. The wheels don't pose much of a problem. The challenge comes with the fact that this reel mower only cuts going forward, not backward, and its a challenge to turn the mower 90 degrees in the corner.
In my back yard, I ended up mowing forward (say along the fence, with it to my right), until I hit the back fence ahead, in the corner. Read More
You can mow along a fence line, or sidewalk, and get pretty close. The wheels don't pose much of a problem. The challenge comes with the fact that this reel mower only cuts going forward, not backward, and its a challenge to turn the mower 90 degrees in the corner.
In my back yard, I ended up mowing forward (say along the fence, with it to my right), until I hit the back fence ahead, in the corner. Then, I would back up and move forward again in a series of small curves (going towards the left) to cut what I could in the corner and make the 90 degree turn. Then, I would be moving forward again, mowing along the back fence away from the 1st corner. You can keep doing this again at each corner, making a square path around the yard. Or, you could turn around some feet away from the 1st corner, and come back to the original corner from the opposite 90 degree direction to cut a cleaner corner. Either way, you'll probably need an edger/trimmer to completely clean up the corner, as you'll probably be using one to clean up the bottom of the fence line. Read Less
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Mows pretty close to a fence. Closer than other reel mowers.
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You're right, the mower won't cut tight inside corners, but it's because of the reel design mostly. A rotary gas mower works better on inside corners because it can cut beyond the wheels. You'll still need a weed eater to cut next to the fence anyway, use it in the corners as well. I love this Staysharp Max.
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My entire back & side yard is fenced. It mows closer to the fence than any power mower I have owned. You still need to use a weed eater or some other device to trim the stragglers that always manage to creep up in the corners and under the fence line. The only down side I found was having to reach down and pull up or break (cut) off the occasional high growing straggler. This only happens if I miss Read More
My entire back & side yard is fenced. It mows closer to the fence than any power mower I have owned. You still need to use a weed eater or some other device to trim the stragglers that always manage to creep up in the corners and under the fence line. The only down side I found was having to reach down and pull up or break (cut) off the occasional high growing straggler. This only happens if I miss mowing a week due to vacation. Mowed today after two weeks and only had about 8 of those, not bad at all. Read Less
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Yes. Your concerns are valid. I have to trim the corners and all edges at the fence with a weed whacker. But the adjustable cutting height is a nice feature.
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Yes, our entire back yard is fenced in. We still have to use a trimmer to cut the grass at the fence and up against the house.
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September 2, 2014
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Unless you are able to mow perpendicular to the fence (and very close), you will more than likely have to use a trimmer of some sort to trim the grass at the fence edge.
Please feel free to call our Customer Service Dept to ask any further questions. We can be reached at 866-348-5661 M-F 8-5 CST.
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StaySharp Max 18 in. Push Walk Behind, Non-Powered, Non-Electrical Reel Lawn Mower (6201) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 344.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Every Good Purchase. I am a 64 years old woman and in ok shape. I have used this STAYSHARP MAX 18 IN for four months now and I am very glad I made this purchase. Becasue I wanted something very simple to cut my grass, , save money and to get some more exercise. Just check that the screws do not become lose on the handle I lost one and now I always check it before I start cutting.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great company and product Extremely happy. The design, engineering, and build quality are typical of other Fiskars products I use. Pushes and cuts easily due to chain drive of rotating blade not actually contacting stationary cutting bar, allowing great clean cut without the extra friction/wear on the cutting surfaces. Grass clippings look like they were cut with scissors. Easily adjusts cutting height from 1.5 to 4 inches. Only issue I noticed is the cutting height adjustment gauge interferes with setting cut to full 4". I removed the gauge as it really is not needed. i would have liked a 24" model if it was available.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! This thing turned out to be one of the best purchases I ever made! If you have a flat, level lawn then this is the mower you need. It's quiet, easy to push and you'll save a fortune on gas, oil, and the effort it takes to pull that starter cord on a gas mower. This mower will still be cutting long after a gas mower gives up the ghost. As you can see, this site sells a variety of reel mowers, with this one being the most expensive. Spend the extra money for this model and you won't be disappointed, you get what you pay for.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Return to the good ol' days of mowing With so little grass to do in my yard I thought I would return to the quieter and simpler way of mowing. The mower is easy to push, hassle-free to get out of the garage, and relaxing to use. It cuts with ease and is easy to maneuver. I am thrilled with my new mower. Many people stop and ask me about it when I am out using it. Couldn't be more pleased.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An absolutely amazing reel mower! I've been using an older reel mower for the past few years and it finally got too hard to use you'd have to mow the same spot 3 or 4 times so it finally got too difficult to use ,but I hated the idea of going back to a noisy,smelly gas mower ,after reading the mostly positive reviews of Fiskars we decided to try it and WOW it works great and cuts in 1 pass! ,some reviews said it's hard to push but it's no harder than a gas mower and cuts just as well and we live in Texas and I'm over 50 so have Texas heat and humidity plus St. Augustine grass to deal with and we're completely satisfied and would recommend Fiskars to anyone.
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't bother Bends grass blades, doesn't cut remotely evenly. Even for my small space, it was a gross waste of money, time and effort.
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good for the price This reel lawn mower does the job for my small lawn. We just bought a house with a relatively small lot (0.17 acre), and I would rather spend money on the house and landscaping than a mower. I was also interested in a reel mower due to it being quiet, and not requiring much in terms of maintenance, fuel, etc. I must say, it's nice to get the lawn mowed early in the morning before it gets hot without having to worry about waking up the neighbors, or having to wear ear plugs myself. It doesn't push any harder than regular push mowers. Assembly was pretty easy. Quality of the cut: I'm still undecided on the quality of the cut. The lawn on our newly purchased, circa 1959 house was not in great shape when we bought it. It is a fescue lawn, but with lots of crabgrass, Bermuda grass, clover, creeping charlie, and more. The lawn has many bare spots - especially in shady areas. This has left the soil surface/turf very rough. As long as I don't go too long in between cuttings (7-10 days max), this mower cuts relatively well. However it will leave a few random long strands of grass. I'm giving the mower the benefit of the doubt, and attributing that to the current condition of the lawn. Once I've had some time to improve the lawn I'll update this review. Need to rake lawn first: I have several mature trees in my yard that were planted presumably in 1959 when the house was built - sycamores and oaks. I've found that small twigs that are shed regularly by the trees will jam the blades on this mower, and I'm sure they also dull the blade over time. Now before I mow I spend a few minutes picking up or raking any twigs, leaves, etc. from the yard. It's a minor inconvenience, and something I should do anyway. Just know that if you'd rather just mow right through that stuff, this mower probably isn't for you.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great spite purchase I bought this mower after my wife said "can't you ever make a practical purchase." Having bought it completely out of spite I was nervous that I'd have to pretend how well it works (again for spite) but it turns out to be a great mower anyway. I'm very happy.
Date published: 2016-05-03
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