No it does not. It shoots the grass forward.
It's a bit on the beefy side, at first it was hard getting used to the maneuverability, but after figuring out that everything is a breeze.
Honestly probably not. As is it's already a pretty good workout pushing it. I'm 37 and not in terrible shape and I have to sake several breaks to mow my quarter acre
Yes. The manual has great tips on this very subject
Thank you for your inquiry. With this product in question not being a Fiskars product, I can not guarantee that it will work on our reel mower as it is not made specifically for our product. We do have a sharpening kit available that is specifically made to fit our Reel Mowers. https://www.fiskars.com/en-us/gardening-and-yard-care/products/reel-mowers/reel-mower-blade-sharpening-kit-362150-1001
Depends how fast you move, if you have any rocks or pebbles which will cause you to stop. I down my lawn which is a good size yard, plus a front yard and side in about two hours. I am a female. Ana
Ive not had mine lock. The only time it seems to stop moving is if the grass is too tall or it gets stuck in a dip in the ground. I usually pull it back a bit and try forward again. As far as i know the wheels dont lock
When it locks you want to put it on a flat surface. And roll it forward, then backward and it should unlock. If it keeps locking, I return one back to home depot and the second work well, kept box and receipts. Hope it helps. Ana
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