Rated 2.3 out of 5Â by 22
Rated 5 out of 5Â by momule Great Little Mower
I don't understand all the bad reviews...must be that those who like their machine don't have anything to complain about. Mine is used for detail areas of large yard that rider won't reach. It starts and runs great and does a good clean job. I use fresh gas with Seafoam additive, I sharpen the blade when it needs it, and I repace air filter each year. I understand that this is just a small homeowner mower and so I don't try to cut tall, wet grass. None of them do that well. I'd buy another in a minute because mine has served me well for three years now.
April 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Jarhead Bad MOWER
Purchased from Home Depot last year worked ok for the first couple uses. The is year won't stay started and the self drive stopped working after using the mower on a hill. Buyer don't waste your money on this mower pay a little bit more and get a craftsman. I had to replace the mower already.
July 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by PunkRockGardener Bad purchase stay away !
I agree with all the reviewers this mower is not good , invest in something with more power . Carb is way to finicky . Bought it last year , this year starts for a second then shuts off . My Old mover from the early 80's lasted up until 2012 . Also the grass catching bag is useless . 2 passes then it stops getting filled and clogs underneath even though the bag is only 1/3 full . Dont waste your money on this at all .
May 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by bobaaaa Carburator is a piece of junk
Carburator needs overhaul every year. Motor will cut out repeatedly. Horrible design.
April 28, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by sissy dissappointment
the blade stop was the real reason I bought this mower and for the 1st yr it worked great... then.... the drive belt broke. the repair shop said it was burned by a stick and they showed me. the lawnbow people were really nice and payed for the repair. well it happened again 6mos later same thing. the real issue is that you cant just turn it over and clean underneath to remove debre, you have to take off the blade and housing to get to belt. I've already had a tuteral on how to do it. seems llike a design flaw to me. my last mower lasted20 yrs till the motor blew and it wasn't a toro by trying to make things easier for myself, I just made it worse.
June 14, 2014