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Scotts

Model 304-14S

Internet #100329907

Store SKU #104703

14 in. 5-Blade Reel Mower

$84.00 /each
  • Ideal for postage stamp sized yards
  • Easy assembly with no tools needed
  • No cords, no gas, no oil, no fumes

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Featuring a manual push design with no gas, oil or fumes, the Scotts 14 in. reel mower is recommended for use in small lawn areas. This mower features a reel assembly with 5 tempered alloy steel blades to provide great cutting performance. Its lightweight design and 8-1/2 in. Dia wheels provide easy operation. 5-blade, ball bearing reel assembly with heat-treated, tempered alloy steel blades and cutter bar for great cutting.

  • Lightweight design for maneuverability and easy storage
  • 1 - 1-3/4 in. cutting height range to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • 8-1/2 in. Dia high-impact polymer wheels with integral molded treads for ease of use
  • T-style handle with cushioned grips for comfort while mowing
  • Delivered to your door mostly assembled, simply attach the handle using basic instructions
  • 14 in. cutting width is ideal for small yards

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Is it hard to push?

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Orlando FL
June 29, 2012
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July 12, 2015
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Yes, in softer dirt it really is. I live close to the beach, so my yard is more sand than dirt. REALLY hard to get it going. Also, it gets jammed easily.
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August 10, 2013
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Only if you let the grass get too high. My eight and twelve year old kids can push it just fine.
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New Mexico, USA
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June 2, 2013
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No. I find it easy to push. I believe it to be a very good low impact aerobic work-out suitable for men or women. I do believe that an occasional oiling of the wheels and moving parts will keep it rolling along very well, and make it last a long, long time. The veritable "well-oiled machine." --Clint
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Westminster, CO, USA
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April 8, 2013
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No. It is easy to push.
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December 11, 2012
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I believe it is relatively easy to push, but I would guess that if you allowed the grass to become tall, it would be difficult at that point.
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Colorado, USA
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September 17, 2012
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Only if you let your lawn get long. If you are keepign it trim then no, but yes it it gets any length to it, then gettign the push mower through is very difficult.
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September 4, 2012
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It depends on how often you mow your lawn. When I first got it, I had let my grass grow much to long and thick, and it took quite a bit of muscle and several passes to cut. Now I mow every 2-3 weeks, and it's no problem.
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July 10, 2012
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nope, pretty easy overall.
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July 6, 2012
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There will naturally be some resistance when using a manual reel mower. Longer grass will increase this resistance.
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Can you cut grass early in the morning when there is dew on the grass?

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louisville, KY
April 8, 2013
Does wet grass hurt this mower?
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North Carolina, USA
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August 10, 2013
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It is metal so it could rust, but mowing on dewey grass should be ok. Just be sure to store it in a dry area. The baldes will get rust first but that is easily removed when you sharpen the baldes.
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New Mexico, USA
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June 2, 2013
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You can and I don't think you would cause any harm to the mower. I believe it best to to have another cup of Earl Grey and let the yard dry out a bit. Its safer as not so slick, you avoid clumps, and don't track a lot of wet grass clipping into the house. --Clint
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Denver, CO, USA
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May 10, 2013
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No, in fact I cut my entire yard right after a heavy rain and while it slowed it down a little bit as wet grass does any mower I was surprised about how well the mower cut the wet grass.
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Gastonia, NC, USA
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May 3, 2013
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You can but often the wheels will slide if the grass is thick and wet.
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Marysville, Ohio
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April 10, 2013
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Mowing when the lawn is dry is ideal. Wet grass doesn't cut evenly and the clippings can clog the mower.
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April 9, 2013
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This does not do good on wet grass. Most lawn mowers don't. It will cut it, but the moist grass collects up into the blades and jams the rotary mechanism.
This lawn mower works good on fine grass that needs shaping each week(the dryer the better). It works good on heavier grass only if it is completely dry and there are no twigs or plant roots on the ground as these jam up the mechanism. It does not cut Read More
This does not do good on wet grass. Most lawn mowers don't. It will cut it, but the moist grass collects up into the blades and jams the rotary mechanism.
This lawn mower works good on fine grass that needs shaping each week(the dryer the better). It works good on heavier grass only if it is completely dry and there are no twigs or plant roots on the ground as these jam up the mechanism. It does not cut high weeds(about 6 in. and above). I have used my lawn mower to cut St. Augustine and Fescue as well as Bermuda. The thicker the grass is, the slower you have to go over it.
The best use of this lawn mower is to cut your lawn once a week and rake it prior to cutting.
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April 8, 2013
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I have not tried that, thus far, and I know having done that with a traditional gas mower, the grass woiuld collect all over the underside of the deck. This mower, not having a deck, certainly would not collect there, but I presume that the wet grass would collect all over the blades and body of the mower. I am guessing that you could cut grass, but I am guessing that it would probably be a bit more Read More
I have not tried that, thus far, and I know having done that with a traditional gas mower, the grass woiuld collect all over the underside of the deck. This mower, not having a deck, certainly would not collect there, but I presume that the wet grass would collect all over the blades and body of the mower. I am guessing that you could cut grass, but I am guessing that it would probably be a bit more diifficult. I have cut dry grass with this mower, and as long as it is not too high, you can zip right through. Read Less
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My guess is that it shouldn't be a problem unless the grass is tall. It is a small lawnmower suitable for small lawns. Very pleased with the one I have.
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Does the Scott's 14 in mower come in a wider version? My yard is medium size and could use a wider mower.

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April 21, 2012
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September 24, 2015
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They make a 48 inch wide version.... you can do your lawn in half the time, but some say it's difficult to turn.
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Yes, HD sells several larger sizes.
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16" seems to be the most commonly used. There is a 16" cutting-width in the same style available. Having used "16 inchers" for years, I find the "14 incher" to be more nimble! --Clint
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There is a Scott's 16, 18, & 20 inch reel mower.
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Gastonia, NC, USA
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There is a 20" with a grass catcher.
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14" 16" 18" 20"
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April 24, 2012
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Yes. 16in I believe.
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There are a few other sizes available. Check the suggestions below.
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Is assembly required?

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Gretna, LA
April 1, 2012
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I agree, the handle goes on easily, but straight out of the box the blade was catching on the bottom plate, so I did as the directions said and loosened four screws which took herculean strength, then tried to adjust the screw on each side that needed to be loosened which was impossible. I ended up using a screwdriver to slightly pry the bottom plate down, so that it no longer caught the bottom plate. Read More
I agree, the handle goes on easily, but straight out of the box the blade was catching on the bottom plate, so I did as the directions said and loosened four screws which took herculean strength, then tried to adjust the screw on each side that needed to be loosened which was impossible. I ended up using a screwdriver to slightly pry the bottom plate down, so that it no longer caught the bottom plate. Ironic that "assembly" is so easy but making adjustments is nearly impossible Read Less
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Only the attachment of the handle.
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The handle is the only assembly required which is very simple to do. It comes in four (4) pieces with fasteners (bolts, nuts, E-clips) and two handle bar grips (like on a bicycle). Use some liquid dish detergent on the metal tubing where you put on the grips and they will push on pretty easily. Not to fear, this is an easy assembly and the instructions that come with the mower are well illustrated and Read More
The handle is the only assembly required which is very simple to do. It comes in four (4) pieces with fasteners (bolts, nuts, E-clips) and two handle bar grips (like on a bicycle). Use some liquid dish detergent on the metal tubing where you put on the grips and they will push on pretty easily. Not to fear, this is an easy assembly and the instructions that come with the mower are well illustrated and very concise. The rest of the mower came out of the box ready to go. --Clint Read Less
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Yes just the handles very easy.
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You just had to put the handle on. It was very easy to install
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April 8, 2012
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Mine was the floor model in the store - so I don't have an opinion.
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Owensboro, KY
April 7, 2012
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The only assembly is of the handle. It's a total of three bolts and wingnuts. You won't even need tools!
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This product will require some assembly.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 213 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Buy! I've been pushing mowers since I was a kid in the 70's in Toronto and now I'm in the subs with a huge yard. This is by far the best value even though it wasn't on sale. Small sturdy and lightweight and cuts like a knife with little effort. My kids could use it! May 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works better than expected Envisioning the pictures from my childhood, and having a small yard to mow, this seemed logical. The first mow was difficult as the grass was tall, but once i got it mowed, upkeep is really easy. Its a different mowing process as there is no continuously turning blade, and no suction. Pros: the clippings are really small, its QUIET (comparatively), pretty easy to push around and the quality is high. Cons: Initial mow, uneven ground can be a challenge, rocks and sticks will cause it to jam up and stop (clearing is easy). Overall, i'm quite satisfied with the yard now and I'll keep using it. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts Well, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Accurate, Good Size & Weight, Durable, Easy to Store After getting frustrated with my last two gas mowers I got fed up. I read some of the reviews here and decided to give this little mower a try. Overall, I like it. My last mower died about a month ago and the neighbor who is "fixing" it hasn't looked at it yet. The grass was getting out of control. That's the biggest problem I had. I had to go over everything at least twice. I'm sure now that I'll be using it regularly it'll be MUCH easier. I'm definitely going to need to use the weed eater as it doesn't get close to the walls and fences. Easy to push, easy to store and it gets cheaper every time I use it. It's quiet and as a budding Buddhist I like that it's environmentally friendly. July 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for small yards. Easy to put together. It is tough with thick grass and/or weeds when it gets more than 4 inches. If you are on top of it weekly it's quick and easy. August 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Reel mower It's ok. The reel gets stuck with little sticks a lot but it works well other than that August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice n light I have only used it once, but so far, I am very satisfied with it. It's light weight--I have to carry it upstairs, but it cuts nicely and doesn't pull the grass up by the roots like the mower I had before. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Scotts 14" reel mower Works great for small yards. Great price, too. Easy to buy online and shipped to your home, FREE July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good product at good price The mower arrived promptly, was very easy to assemble per the good instructions and works precisely as advertised. Doesn't get any better than that. June 24, 2016
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