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EGO 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Walk Behind Self Propelled Mower Kit with 7.5Ah Battery and Charger Included
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EGO

21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Walk Behind Self Propelled Mower Kit with 7.5Ah Battery and Charger Included

  • Delivers the high torque of gas-powered mowers
  • 7.5Ah 56-volt battery (shipped separately) and rapid charger
  • 60 minutes cut time and 60 minutes charge time
Was  $599.00
$49900 /each

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Product Overview

  • Delivers the high torque of gas-powered mowers
  • 7.5Ah 56-volt battery (shipped separately) and rapid charger
  • 60 minutes cut time and 60 minutes charge time
Offering 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. With up to 60-minutes of cut time, this mower tackles even the toughest of mowing applications. The advanced EGO POWER+ 56-Volt battery (shipped separately) uses industry-leading Arc-Lithium technology to deliver superior power and is compatible with all EGO POWER+ products.
  • Up to 60-minutes of cut time with included battery
  • 60-minute charge time with included battery and charger
  • 7.5 Ah 56-Volt battery (shipped separately) is compatible with all EGO products
  • 21 in. deck size
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • 3-in-1: mulching/bagging/side discharge
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Folds easily for compact storage
  • Push-button start
  • Single-lever, 6-position deck-height adjustment
  • Easy-access 2-bushel grass collection bag
  • LED headlights
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Delivers the high torque of gas-powered mowers
  • 7.5Ah 56-volt battery (shipped separately) and rapid charger
  • 60 minutes cut time and 60 minutes charge time
Model #: LM2102SP
Sku #: 1001556122
Internet #: 206515944

Offering 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. With up to 60-minutes of cut time, this mower tackles even the toughest of mowing applications. The advanced EGO POWER+ 56-Volt battery (shipped separately) uses industry-leading Arc-Lithium technology to deliver superior power and is compatible with all EGO POWER+ products.

  • Up to 60-minutes of cut time with included battery
  • 60-minute charge time with included battery and charger
  • 7.5 Ah 56-Volt battery (shipped separately) is compatible with all EGO products
  • 21 in. deck size
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • 3-in-1: mulching/bagging/side discharge
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Folds easily for compact storage
  • Push-button start
  • Single-lever, 6-position deck-height adjustment
  • Easy-access 2-bushel grass collection bag
  • LED headlights
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Name 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Walk Behind Self Propelled Lawn Mower Without Battery and Charger 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Walk Behind Self Propelled Mower Kit with 7.5Ah Battery and Charger Included 20 in. 40-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion Cordless Self-Propelled Walk Behind Mower - Two 5.0 Ah Batteries & Charger Included 20 in. (Brushless) Steel Deck Walk Behind-Self Propelled, Cordless Mower Kit (7.5Ah Battery, 550-Watt Charger)
Brand EGO EGO Ryobi EGO
Ratings (1185) (2839) (442) (59)
Power Type Battery Battery Battery Battery
Drive Type Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive Rear-wheel Drive
Features Adjustable Handlebar,Bagger,Battery level indicator,Foldable handle,Headlights,Mulching Lawn Mower,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments Bagger,Battery level indicator,Headlights,Mulching Lawn Mower,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments Adjustable Handlebar,Assembly Required,Bagger,Battery level indicator,Headlights,High wheel,Mulching Lawn Mower,Single-lever height adjustment Adjustable Cutting Height,Bagger,Brushless Motor,Collapsible,Headlights,Residential
Refurbished No No No No
Size of Yard 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 Acre or Less
Start Type Electric Switch Electric Electric
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
37.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.6 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.5 in
Blade Length (in.)
21
Cutting Width
21 inches
Front Wheel Size (in.)
7
Mower Deck Width
21
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
9

Details

Amperage (amps)
7.5
Assembly Required
Yes
Charge Time (hours)
1
Cutting Options
Bag,Mulch,Side-Discharge
Deck Material
Polymer Composite
Deck Type
Stamped
Drive Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
Bagger,Battery level indicator,Headlights,Mulching Lawn Mower,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments
Included
Bagger,Battery(s),Charger
Lawn Mower Type
Self-Propelled Lawn Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
4
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Number of Blades
1
Number of adjustable handlebar positions
3
Power Type
Battery
Product Weight (lb.)
78.8lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Run Time (min.)
60
Size of Yard
1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Start Type
Switch
Terrain Type
Sloped with Obstacles
Voltage (volts)
56
Walk Behind Mower Type
Self Propelled

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
37.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.6 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.5 in
Blade Length (in.)
21
Cutting Width
21 inches
Front Wheel Size (in.)
7
Mower Deck Width
21
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
9

Details

Amperage (amps)
7.5
Assembly Required
Yes
Charge Time (hours)
1
Cutting Options
Bag,Mulch,Side-Discharge
Deck Material
Polymer Composite
Deck Type
Stamped
Drive Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
Bagger,Battery level indicator,Headlights,Mulching Lawn Mower,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments
Included
Bagger,Battery(s),Charger
Lawn Mower Type
Self-Propelled Lawn Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
4
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Number of Blades
1
Number of adjustable handlebar positions
3
Power Type
Battery
Product Weight (lb.)
78.8lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Run Time (min.)
60
Size of Yard
1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Start Type
Switch
Terrain Type
Sloped with Obstacles
Voltage (volts)
56
Walk Behind Mower Type
Self Propelled

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Can it be used without the grass catcher?

Asked by: DALE
Yes, it has a mulching plug/insert but it doesn't mulch well at all and it clumps clippings to the left side of the mower leaving a clumpy trail. It doesn't like thick grass.
Answered by: Luis
Date published: 2018-03-01

I just received my lawn mower. It mentions wearing protective glasses and a face shield. Is the face shield necessary?

Asked by: Kath
Many suns ago, I rode big mowers for the county parks department. OSHA ruled then and I was made to wear safety glasses or goggles. Turns out I didn't want to work without them anyway - "my fellow Americans" can be a rather messy inconsiderate lot. To the jerk that wrote about needing Mommy to walk with you holding your hand, while I was with the parks department, I could lift big oil drums full of trash onto a trailer all by my lonesome - no Mommy with me, the parks commission didn't want to pay her anyway. So, from a former "professional", wear those safety glasses or shields. Even with insurance, you pay maybe $500 / eye for surgery to restore them to reasonable function. But as noted elsewhere, your choice, your face, your eyes, OSHA won't come around to your garage making sure you follow their rules.
Answered by: CCB001
Date published: 2018-04-16

My grandson's dog chewed the battery charger power cord, now I need a new charger. How do I p...

My grandson's dog chewed the battery charger power cord, now I need a new charger. How do I purchase another. Good thing mowing season is over.
Asked by: Baba
Just buy an outdoor type extension cord, cut out the chewed part of the wire and same way cut out the socket side of the cord. Now just splice cord wires and charger wires using wiring nuts and insulation tape. And make sure you have dog food in the house too :-)
Answered by: vinod
Date published: 2018-04-13

I haven't mowed in years (no lawn) and am looking at getting a mower for a .65 acre lot. I see t...

I haven't mowed in years (no lawn) and am looking at getting a mower for a .65 acre lot. I see the battery is supposed to last an hour, and some users are able to mow their lawns within 45 minutes. How will this mower stand up to a lot this size? Thanks!
Asked by: Casey
I have a .33 acre lot and the mower completes it in a single charge. Not sure how much longer it could go. The battery charges relatively fast. In general, very happy with this mower. Light, quite, love not dealing with gas, oil and the headaches associated with combustion engines. Buy an extra battery pack and enjoy.
Answered by: GrassMaster
Date published: 2018-04-15
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Customer Reviews

21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Walk Behind Self Propelled Mower Kit with 7.5Ah Battery and Charger Included is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 2838.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've used once so far this 2018 lawn cutting season. Has about the amount of power I expected fro... I've used once so far this 2018 lawn cutting season. Has about the amount of power I expected from a battery mower. Battery lasted 42 minutes cutting my thick zoysia lawn. Would rate higher but I'm thinking the battery life is totally dependent on the thickness of the yard to cut. Not going get the 60 minutes cutting time as claimed.
Date published: 2018-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Really tried to make this mower work for me. In fact, loved everything about it except for the un... Really tried to make this mower work for me. In fact, loved everything about it except for the uneven cut when using self-propelled feature. When engaging the SP, the deck raises slightly, causing a higher cut than when not using SP. I have hills in my back yard where I don't always use SP and the result is a lot of striping or mohawking. Check the EGO User Community Forums and you'll find many owners with the same problem which seems to be a design flaw rather than a defect in our models. Besides the uneven cut, everything else is top notch. Plenty of power, run time, foldable for easy storage. All great but if it can't do it's primary job correctly, then it's not worth keeping. Returned it this afternoon and will be trying out the Kobalt 80v SP mower.
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall, a great, light, powerful, quiet, & easily manavourable mower!! It made easy work of a qu... Overall, a great, light, powerful, quiet, & easily manavourable mower!! It made easy work of a quarter acre garden making this routine weekly task effortless. Battery Power is no problem........even with thick grass or slopes in the way. It is more than adequate with a 1 hour charge on tap. It is also so quiet you can barely hear it when used. Cleaning & putting away the Movwer is a slam dunk with little to no space taken-up in the tight & valuable garage real estate. Again, a "sweet" machine that worth a deeper look at if not an outright purchase most folks will be truly satisfied with! Rgds,
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought the mover a year ago. Some thoughts as to it's performance since then. Over all I love the... Bought the mover a year ago. Some thoughts as to it's performance since then. Over all I love the mower. No gas or oil, easy to store, can use the battery on other EGO tools. Battery lasts for ever. Only downside is that living in the NW, the lawn is usually wet when I mow. Mower doesn't have the power for mowing wet lawns, or mulching wet leaves. If the lawn is wet, it will not suck up grass that was mashed down by the wheels on previous pass. So I have a lawn with ridges of taller grass 21 inches apart. No biggy. I'm ok with it.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I decided to save myself some money for fun things, and do my own yard work. I have about a 1/2 a... I decided to save myself some money for fun things, and do my own yard work. I have about a 1/2 acre lawn and decided to start with a push mower, a self-propelled one since my front lawn is sloped and I didn't think pushing a mower up hill would be too much fun (which I only have to do about 4 times going around the perimeter, then I go across for all the rest). I purchased the mower at my local Home Depot, put it in the back of my SUV, brought it home and unpacked it all by myself. Yes, it weighs over 60 pounds, so be careful if you're lifting alone. I will admit, I had watched a video on YouTube of someone unpacking one, so I was able to unpack and get it set up without looking at the instructions--yes, it's that easy. (By the way, I do not recommend not reading the instructions.) I haven't mowed a lawn since I was a teenager (and that has been many moons ago) and all that was available then were gas powered mowers. This EGO has just as much power as I remember with gas, is just as easy to maneuver, is SO MUCH QUIETER, and works beautifully. I can't really say I enjoy any yard work, but this mower is so easy to operate, just dropping in a battery, pushing a button and pulling a lever, and you're mowing! It does not get bogged down in thick patches of grass, and it gives an even cut. I use it in the mulch mode, and it does not leave clumps in the lawn like some other people have complained about, but I guess that could happen if your lawn is overgrown. It takes me about an hour to do the entire lawn (I'm not in a hurry), and the red light never comes on the battery and it seems to still have plenty of charge left. I am very happy with my purchase and will be picking up other EGO products, a hedge trimmer, a blower, and a string trimmer (probably 1 with a battery and the others bare tools, just to have an extra battery).
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from SUMMARY: Very capable mower, ideal for less than 1/4 acre level lawn. If that is what you need,... SUMMARY: Very capable mower, ideal for less than 1/4 acre level lawn. If that is what you need, this could be a five star mower. If your yard is hilly, your grass is very thick, battery life and mulching may be disappointing. Read below for more information. ABOUT ME: Senior citizen looking to replace Toro Recycler mower - I've owned two over the last five mowing season. I live in the Southeast - hot, humid summers; frequent heavy thunderstorms; grass grows very thick. The Toro does a very good job, but the self propelled feature requires you to push the mower to engage the propulsion system. Not very good for a senior with a hilly lawn. I explored another Toro or Honda as a replacement. Either would work, but neither was ideal. I liked the idea of an electric mower and wanted this to be "THE ONE". It comes close, but here are the flaws from my perspective: 1) Propulsion system is odd, requiring you to engage it using your right thumb. The motion is like grabbing something, and you HAVE TO continue that grabbing motion to keep the propulsion working. This is VERY tiring, and if you are like me with Carpel tunnel and wrist issues, you may soon tire of the drive placement. Suggestion for EGO: Consider a dual bar mechanism, similar to the blade engagement control. Place the propulsion lever on top, so you can move the mower by propulsion without engaging the blade, and have the second control bar underneath the propulsion control so you can engage the blade. That design would allow you to use either/both hands to control the mower and reduce the discomfort of having to grab the control with your thumb. 2) Mulching is a "mixed bag". I typically mow the lawn weekly, and the Toro handled that task easily, with very good mulching capability. The EGO - less so. If the grass is even moderately tall the mulching is spotty and can often clump. EGO recognizes this and suggests raising the cutting height and mowing twice. Maybe that will work for you, but it's less than ideal and I never had issues before. NOTE: The optional EGO blade DOES NOT IMPROVE MULCHING. It seems designed to work better for bagging, creating more "lift" to the grass. It does work better at bagging than the standard blade, but it's even worse for mulching. Choose the blade based upon your cutting needs. 3) Battery life falls short of estimates. Maybe it's my modestly hilly yard, but I can't finish mowing on one charge (typically less than an hour). My lot is a bit over 1/2 acre, but the lawn portion of the property is less than 1/4 acre. Is it the hills? Maybe, but it is frustrating to have to stop and recharge. On the other hand, the charger works well and I can easily get enough additional charge in a half hour to complete the lawn. That's fine for now, maybe less fine in the summer when thunderstorms are rolling through. 4) It's hard to gauge the width of the cutting blade. On my Toro, and other mowers, the blade extends to about the edge of the mower wheel. That gives me a good guide as to where to mow between rows. The EGO blade doesn't seem to cut well at the outside edges. Maybe it's because I'm mulching, but I consistently get uneven cuts on the far ends of the row, often having to recut. Suggestion for EGO: Put a mark on the top of the mower base that is visible when you are mowing. Place the mark just before the edge of the blade so you can cut an even line. Place the mark INSIDE of the last two inch edge of the blade that curves a bit upward. That area seems to be the place where mulching is the worst, and where longer grass doesn't get cut very well. 5) Cleaning can be a challenge. EGO's customer support helpfully suggested that I use PAM to coat the underside of the mower to make it easier to clean. While that may help, I still have a lot of cleaning to do after cutting the lawn. Unlike a conventional mower I can't use a hose to clean the clumped or clinging grass. So I take out the battery, turn the mower on it's side, get a microfiber towel and try to remove the grass. It works "OK", but the grass clings to the underside of the mower, and it's almost impossible to keep it truly clean. I wouldn't be this fanatical, but the mower blade attaches to something that looks like a fan. I'm not sure exactly what it does, but I assume it's there to help cool the battery area when running. That part of the mower is very hard to reach and cleaning those small "fan blades" is less than fun. 6) Lawn Stripes Not Very Visible. If you're fortunate enough to go to a grass baseball field you'll likely notice that the ground crew mows the lawn in such a way that there is a "stripe" in the grass that alternates depending on which direction the mower was moving when cutting the grass. This allows you to make a "design" when cutting the grass. Toro actually has an attachment that puts stripes in the cut grass as you mow. The EGO doesn't have this ability. Not sure if it's the blade design or something else, but the only visible thing you see is the very obvious lines of the tires moving through the grass. I cut my lawn about 3-3.5" high - the tire tracks are all I see. It's moderately annoying for me, but may not be a big deal for you. (I warned you that I'm a senior citizen - we get grumpy when things aren't like "the good old days"). DESPITE ALL OF MY COMMENTS I BELIEVE THAT THIS MOWER WILL WORK WELL FOR A MAJORITY OF USERS AND RECOMMEND IT. But do consider the caveats, and see if they apply to the way you cut your lawn.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an awesome mower! Great for the Northwest! I have a 10,000 sq ft natural, not weed-free... This is an awesome mower! Great for the Northwest! I have a 10,000 sq ft natural, not weed-free, lawn in wet western Oregon. Our cold wet, never-ending, winter meant that my lawn was way too tall at first mowing. It took me two afternoons to mow the whole lawn with grass catcher on, but the mower handled the job flawlessly. It would have been done faster, but I'm a 72 yr old woman that suffers from residual effects of a broken back and messed up knee and shoulder from a car accident, so I really love EGO's collection of Lithium-Ion battery powered tools. I bought this mower last year to replace the EGO 15" that I had purchased when they first came out. The 15" was not powerful enough to handle the load my lawn put on it. EGO provides the best customer service of any company I have ever dealt with. They promptly replaced my 15" EGO mower when I killed it with my horrible lawn conditions in one year. I am so pleased that EGO listens to customers and is constantly innovating and improving on products. With this mower, I can mow for 2 hours or more on one charge of the battery because I only engage the self-propel feature when the mowing gets harder, like in a particularly tall spot, or going uphill or when I'm exhausted. I also reduce the load on the battery by frequently emptying the grass catcher, and I always flip the mower over and scoop out the wet grass that tends to cling to the underside of the deck. This is something you can't do with a gas-powered mower. Also, I find I can keep mowing indefinitely by using the 5-amp battery from my EGO chainsaw while the 7.5-amp battery is charging. By the time the 5-amp battery needs a charge the 7.5-amp battery is fully charged and ready to go. I love my EGO battery-powered mower!
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from warning..... apparently this mower can not survive the unexpected kickout of a surprise rock whil... warning..... apparently this mower can not survive the unexpected kickout of a surprise rock while mowing. I was just informed that my dead mower apparently hit a "solid object" which caused harm to the motor and pcb. cost to repair...$420. So much for the 5 year warranty. sigh.....very disappointed and out $500 for this 2 year old mower.
Date published: 2017-04-27
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