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Honda 21 in. Steel Deck Smart Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Mower-DISCONTINUED
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21 in. Steel Deck Smart Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Mower-DISCONTINUED

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With an easy-starting Honda GCV160 engine, the 21in Smart Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Mower is designed to provide quiet, efficient performance. The mower's Smart Drive system provides self-propelled operation at adjustable speeds while the 2 blades produce a smooth cut for fine mulch clippings.

  • Assembled dimension: 24 in. W x 24 in. D x 18 in. H
  • Smart drive system with a paddle-style control handle offers variable speeds for self-propelled operation
  • Heavy-duty steel deck offers a 21 in. cutting width
  • 6 mowing heights ranging from 3/4 in. to 3-1/4 in. to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • Quadra-Cut Twin-blade design provides fine grass clippings
  • 3-in-1 capability offers mulching, bagging and rear dischsrge with optional leaf shredder attachment
  • 8 in. wheels with rear ball bearings provide smooth movement over varied terrain
  • Ergonomically-designed handle with foam grips offers comfortable maneuvering of the lightweight mower
  • Zone-start safety system stops the blade engine within 3 seconds when the operator lets go of the handle
  • Manual fuel-shutoff valve for your convenience
  • Auto-choke system provides start-up without the need to adjust the choke
  • 3 Year residential warranty
  • Delivered to your door mostly assembled,simply attach the handle using basic instructions and add gas/oil

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Name 21 in. Single Speed Gas Self Propelled Mower 21 in. Steel Deck Smart Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Mower-DISCONTINUED GCV190 21 in. Variable Speed Walk Behind Gas Self Propelled Mower 21 in. Variable Speed Electric Start Gas Self Propelled Mower
Brand Honda Honda Honda Honda
Ratings (85) (794) (763) (238)
Power Type Gas Gas Gas 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 Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Tool-free adjustments Bagger,Foldable handle,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Tool-free adjustments Bagger,Blade Brake,Foldable handle,Mulch Switch,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,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 Pull Manual Pull Electric
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do you mix the oil and gas together to put in tank. and does any oil come with it to use with the gasoline?

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April 15, 2012
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April 17, 2012
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The gas and oil are separate and yes, one bottle of Honda oil came with it in the box on delivery.
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April 17, 2012
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this is a 4 stroke engine and does not require oil gas mix. It comes with oil for the crankcase .
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Secane, Upper Darby, PA 19018, USA
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April 17, 2012
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You do not mix the oil and gas together. The correct amount of oil should come with this mower.
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April 17, 2012
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no,no
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pinehurst, tx
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April 17, 2012
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4 stroke motor. No need to mix gas and oil.
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Painesville, OH, USA
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April 17, 2012
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No mixing required and oil comes with the mower. I would recommend adding preservative to the storage can of gasoline epically if you live in an area where oxygenated fuel is required.
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Honda National Office / Alpharetta, GA
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No, you do *not* mix the oil and gas together with any Honda mower.
Mixing oil and gas together is strictly for 2-stroke engines, like those used on chainsaws, some string trimmers, and other smaller engines.
All Honda mowers have 4-stroke engines, just like in your car, and use straight, regular unleaded gasoline and it's filled through the gas tank. Now, just like your car, the mower engine needs oil Read More
No, you do *not* mix the oil and gas together with any Honda mower.
Mixing oil and gas together is strictly for 2-stroke engines, like those used on chainsaws, some string trimmers, and other smaller engines.
All Honda mowers have 4-stroke engines, just like in your car, and use straight, regular unleaded gasoline and it's filled through the gas tank. Now, just like your car, the mower engine needs oil too, and that's poured into the engine through the oil filler tube. A small bottle of oil is supplied with every new Honda mower. FYI, 4-stroke engines are much quieter, smoother and produce less fumes and odor. I'm not aware of any new model mowers that still use old 2-stroke engines. Hope this helps, -Robert@Honda Read Less
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new hrr2168 vka starts with first pull but runs rough

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Fort Mill, SC, USA
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November 23, 2012
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Let it run for a few seconds - 20-30 sec. It has a auto choke so it will take a few seconds to warm up and make the engine run smoother.
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NC
November 17, 2012
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Although I can't solve your problem, my new Model HRR2168VKA "usually" starts on first pull. The engine runs smoothly, but the idle speed is too fast and is not adjustable (no throttle).
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November 3, 2012
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Either the Carburator needs adjusting or the choke control needs adjusting or you may have gotton some water in the gas tank. Check all three. Norm
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JACKSON, NJ
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November 2, 2012
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Mower starts on first pull and should run a little rough because the automatic choke gives the engine a richer mixture, the rough idle should clear up in less than a minute and run smooth.
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North Eastern Oregon
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November 1, 2012
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Did you make sure you had clean gasoline when you filled your mower? If there was water in the fuel it may cause some missing (rough idling). Another question -- you used straight gasoline? It must be straight gasoline. Make sure spark plug wire is securely fastened to the spark plug. Make sure the ful line switch is open all the way. If it was starving for fuel it could idle rough.
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Did you make sure you had clean gasoline when you filled your mower? If there was water in the fuel it may cause some missing (rough idling). Another question -- you used straight gasoline? It must be straight gasoline. Make sure spark plug wire is securely fastened to the spark plug. Make sure the ful line switch is open all the way. If it was starving for fuel it could idle rough.
Another tip: Never run your new machine out of fuel. They are a pain to get restarted. Take the extra care to put fuel in often. I love my mower. Read Less
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Tampa, FL, USA
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November 1, 2012
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I returned my HRR for a store credit because I was having similar problems. After about a month the engine seemed to hesitate and idle back and forth. Honda is having serious issues with the auto choke on this model and they actually sent out a memo to some dealers regarding this issue.
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How difficult is it to assemble a Honda 21 (Model #HRR216VKA) purchased online?

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October 16, 2012
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househandy
Olney, MD, USA
November 20, 2012
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Easy. Unfold the handle, pour in oil, add gas and remove some packing around mower and go. That is what I remember but you should read and follow the manual.
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November 16, 2012
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No real assembly required. Just break it out of the cardboard box, and unfold the handle.
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Orlando, FL, USA
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Very Easy. Just move the handle into position and fill the oil tank.
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It's quite easy. Remove the protective cardboard, unfold and lock the handlebars. Add oil (included) and fill the tank with fresh regular unleaded gasoline. Review the owner's manual and pay close attention to the safety information and marks. A digital copy of the manual can be found here or from Honda's website. -Robert@Honda
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Stuart, FL, USA
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October 17, 2012
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Unfold the handle put in the oil and gas. That's it. It is easier to cut the box open on one side and roll it out. Don't try to pick it up
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October 16, 2012
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The mower is basically assembled at the factory. You will have to raise the handle and tighten it in position and put oil in the engine. You are not required to hook up cables, adjust the smart drive cable, etc. If you want to use the bag for grass clippings, you will remove the plug in the back of the mower so that grass can go directly into the bag. If you want to mulch, leave the plug in the mower Read More
The mower is basically assembled at the factory. You will have to raise the handle and tighten it in position and put oil in the engine. You are not required to hook up cables, adjust the smart drive cable, etc. If you want to use the bag for grass clippings, you will remove the plug in the back of the mower so that grass can go directly into the bag. If you want to mulch, leave the plug in the mower (which prevents grass clippings from being blown through the hole). Read Less
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How effective is the rear discharge? Experieinces?

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I am moving from an old mower that I primarily used in side discharge mode. The current HRR216 only discharges out the back. My question: How well does it work? In particular, do the clippings disperse directly under the operator's feet or a little to the side? How evenly do they disperse?
My concern is cutting on a wet day and ending up with green shoes covered in grass clippings - with a side discharge you are always blowing yourself a clear pathway
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LOL. Yes, you will get green all over your shoes on a wet day. It works great - the back discharge. I have used it a few times, mainly to chopped things I don'w need to bag. Clippings flow out of the back and you will have a nice path of clippings to walk over. I have mowing close and mowing shoes, because no matter what I do - bag, mulch or back discharge, I get dirty.
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NC
November 17, 2012
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I like the rear discharge. It disperses clippings well and spreads fairly evenly, with a little more clippings to the left. I expect wet grass on shoes is unavoidable. Wear work shoes and brush off when dry.
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Goldsboro, NC
September 14, 2012
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Purchased Honda Model HRR216VKA;however label on mower is HRR2168VKA. Overall, a good mower.
Rear discharge works well; blows clipping more out to the left side.I prefer it to a side discharge which will blow unwanted clippings onto walk, driveway, etc. Also, side discharge hinders cutting close to a tree or wall. When in mulch mode, if grass is too wet, too high or thick, a windrow of clipping is left
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Purchased Honda Model HRR216VKA;however label on mower is HRR2168VKA. Overall, a good mower.
Rear discharge works well; blows clipping more out to the left side.I prefer it to a side discharge which will blow unwanted clippings onto walk, driveway, etc. Also, side discharge hinders cutting close to a tree or wall. When in mulch mode, if grass is too wet, too high or thick, a windrow of clipping is left on each side of the mower. You must then rake or sweep to disperse.
My biggest complaint with this mower is that it resists turning and backing up to the point that the drive wheels will just slide. Over uneven ground harsh vibration is transmitted to your hands, probably because of very rigid frame. You will be beat after an hour of mowing. Read Less
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If you plan to use the bag to catch clippings rather than mulch the clippings, I think you will be quite satisfied with the performance. This mower has a removalble plug at the back right side of the mower that must be taken out when you install the bag. Removal of the plug allows grass to go directly into the bag. Personally, I like to mulch my clippings (when means that the plug stays in). Because of Read More
If you plan to use the bag to catch clippings rather than mulch the clippings, I think you will be quite satisfied with the performance. This mower has a removalble plug at the back right side of the mower that must be taken out when you install the bag. Removal of the plug allows grass to go directly into the bag. Personally, I like to mulch my clippings (when means that the plug stays in). Because of the dual blade design of the mower, it does a really good job mulching. Read Less
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Yep, your shoes will get green. But I've had that issue with side discharge too. I've always just invested in some cheap sandals as my 'mowing shoes'.
As for dispersion, I'd say it's less spread than a side discharge. That can be good if you like raking them up, or a detriment if they just sit there. I've never been too picky one way or the other. I haven't yet tried the mulch option, though will likely Read More
Yep, your shoes will get green. But I've had that issue with side discharge too. I've always just invested in some cheap sandals as my 'mowing shoes'.
As for dispersion, I'd say it's less spread than a side discharge. That can be good if you like raking them up, or a detriment if they just sit there. I've never been too picky one way or the other. I haven't yet tried the mulch option, though will likely do that now that the grass isn't growing as fast. Read Less
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Sorry, I can't help you there. This mower does such a good job of mulching, I've never even attached the bag. So far I've been lucky enough to wait for the grass to dry before I cut it. I'm sure my grass catcher day will come, but in the meantime, I keep mulching.
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21 in. Steel Deck Smart Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Mower-DISCONTINUED is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 794.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Mower I love this mower. Everything about it screams quality, and ease of use. No choke to mess with, no bunny or turtle. Love the self propelled twist style throttle. Just turn it a little and off you go. Makes stops and turns a breeze. Large fuel fill to avoid spills. Easy to start too. My wife barely yanked the pull cord(after I insisted she try it) and it fired right up. Boy does it ever cut too. I've used several self propelled mowers over the years and this is hands down the best. I'm just tickled with this new mower. Can't wait to mow next week.
Date published: 2010-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trust me just buy it! I almost didn't buy this because of a few bad reviews. Just buy it. They even took my competitor coupon to save money! Loaded it up for me, i took it home and took it out of the box. It was all together. Just extend the handle and add the included oil.......pull 1 time and started right up! It took all of about 30 steps to get used to the drive system which is fantastic. ( little tip, use the pads at the base of your thumbs to push it ) My grass was long and damp and this thing was great, never slipped and mulched very well. This mower is also very easy to push and pull with out the self propelled, which is great since most yards you will need to do this. All in the best mower I ever used.
Date published: 2012-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful mower I am so glad there are reviews everywhere these days for products like this. After having endured used/Craigslist mowers for a few years I decided to buy new and did my homework. This came up cheapest with what it does and with the best reviews. Easy to set up, just add oil and gas. Pull on it once, even weakly and it starts right up! Cuts grass like you would want it to...I love the variable speed. I'm a small woman with a big lawn and I love the fact that if I have to go up an incline, I can use the speed control and let the mower do the work. It's a great mower and I'm glad to have purchased it. I've mowed once and will post an update if there's any problems.
Date published: 2012-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent mower i did all the reading between toro and honda and i shelled out the extra money for the honda and i was glad i did first off when you take it out of the box make sure you do not pour the whole bottle of oil in it but keep checking the oil level with the dipstick cause i did not use the entire bottle....after gassing it up it started on the first pull and and ran great. i thought that the smart drive was user friendly and got comfortable with it quickly i mulched with it the first time and the dual blade setup cut the grass so fine i barely noticed it....again i am definitely happy i bought the honda!!
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This IS Consumer Reports Best Buy Mower, May 2012 The Smart Drive paddle is MUCH more responsive than that of the Honda I purchased 4-5 yrs ago (may it Rest In Pieces...tree stumps are bad for mowers). The HRR216VKA shows up with all the essentials, delivered with excellent quality. Love the height adjustment levers, as opposed to those in on mowers in the same price range on other manufacturers models. I ended up passing on the next model up (HRR216VYA) for $100 bucks more, as I experienced issues with Honda's Roto-Stop system disengaging and throttle slippage in my previous machine. I'm glad I stuck with Honda again and got this model. The quality delivery of all the necessary components makes it easy to see why the VKA is Consumer Report's #1 Best Buy in May 2012 magazine.
Date published: 2012-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy with purchase I usually do not write reviews, but just had to comment. After looking all the reviews, decided to purchase. What a great machine. Very fast, like walking on treadmill. Think I cut off 15-20 min. If you have questions to buy front wheel or rear wheel, GO REAR WHEEL, made a huge difference. Entertained upgrading to more expensive Honda, but thought $400 was more than enough to pay for a mower.
Date published: 2012-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Early Impression Excellent mower. As others have stated this is a quality piece of machinery which will be obvious as soon as you feel and use it. I was leery of the autochoke system but it performed flawlessly. Likewise the dual blades or quadracut system sounded like a gimmick to me, not so. This thing cuts every single blade of grass as if it was done with barber shears. It shredded leaves into invisible matter though there were only few due to the season. The grass clippings are about one fourth what they typically would be. Once I took it out of the box and attached the handle and after reading the owners manual I filled it with the included oil and fresh gasoline. The mower kicked over with less effort on the first pull than any other mower I've started in my life(sans electric starts). It runs smoothly, sounds like a honda and the cut is incredible. One fuel tank of gas mowed slightly over 1/3rd acre on a 102 degree midwestern day. During the first mow I shut it down and restarted it about ten times just to ensure it would not hesitate, it never did. The grass has never looked this good and I didn't realize my old Toro was not giving a good cut until I saw it mowed with the Honda.(I kept the blade sharp) I've only used it twice now and am becoming more comfortable with the "Smart Drive" feature which works best for me using my thumbs. I prefer the Toro "Personal Pace" self drive mechanism for ease of use but this mower is far superior to my last. Now I am curious what the $900 Honda could do, if anything, better than this one. If you're in the market I would highly recommend this mower and if you don't take my word for it you can still return it within 90 days.(you won't I'm certain) - As well it has a full 3-year warranty.
Date published: 2011-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the extra $$'s. Best mower ever!! I am a woman 55+ & been mowing lawns for 20+yrs. 2 sayings come to mind: "You get what you pay for" & "Do NOT be penny wise but pound foolish." The REASONS why this is the BEST mower for the $$'s: 1) HONDA eng.(3 yr warran./90 day return if needed) 2) Quick start, no choke etc. to mess with.. 3) TWO BLADES-(did not think this was a necessary feature--turns out it is THE BEST/awesome feature) mulches so well, even when grass is 8-10" tall, DOES NOT leave any grass clippings behind, or very little..DID NOT HAVE TO BLOW OFF SIDEWALK OR DRIVEWAY..this alone saved me so much time, really saved me 1-2 hours from NOT having to go back a clean up the trimmings 4) VARIABLE speed-so fast that I could run behind, finished very quickly..whole yard in under 30+ mins. 5) The Paddles..(this was a feature that I was MOST skeptical/cautious/concerned about) these control/adjust the speed-Salesperson said to use THUMBS..if you have big hands not a problem..little hands the pain is unbearable..the one feature that ALMOST made me cry from the pain in my hands, almost made me want to return it at once..then I thought...what if I try the paddles another way..just placed the meaty part of my palms on the paddles..I THINK THIS IS THE WAY THIS FEATURE WAS "DESIGNED".. to rest the palm just under your thumbs on the paddles..then it is so easy to use, no pressure or stress.. 6) Handle (does not adjust)..but the section w/ the 2 paddles (in the middle) can be moved up or down on the horizontal part of the handle to adjust for height or placement issues..so if you are 5'4" like me you can turn it lower to fit.. 7) Rear wheel drive, so much easier to guide around the yard..it pushes the mower instead of pulling 8) Nice professional cut, w/easy wheel/height adjust 9) COST per USE.. if I break this down to about a $20-25 per use (not including edging/trimming, just mowing).. at the price of lawn care today (which in the Dallas area can run $30-40 weekly for the whole shebang..mow/edge/weed eat) ..this will pay for itself in 17-20+ weeks..which is the whole season..furthermore, I always MULCH the leaves in the fall, so this guy will be on "yard patrol" most of the year..(NOTE: I mow every 4-6 days to keep grass at 3" height, this makes it not stress out (if cut too short) and keeps our crazy St. Augustine thick & robust by encouraging good lateral roots, I DO NOT have the budget/ resources/ luxury of having a "weekly" lawn contract, this was well worth the extra $50-100 that I went over in my "budget." Like I said, will pay for itself in the first year, if I get 7-10 yrs out of it, then a BONUS!! (NOTE: I have owned every other brand out there, even had a pathetic electric/green thing..HONDA..the name says it all.. I do not write reviews very often, but this was a BIG expense for me and WORTH every dollar. I can't wait to mow again..maybe tomorrow!!
Date published: 2011-05-28
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