cordless lawn mowers

  gibfish26 20:47 14 Jun 09
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hi all,
looking for reviews on the eckman 24 volt rechargeable lawn mower,any one know where i can find reviews on this mower,tried googling but just comes up with sites where to purchase,any info would be appreciated,thanks.

  spuds 22:41 14 Jun 09

The only thing that I was able to find, was via click here Not really a review, more of a product description.

Perhaps this product is re-badged under another name!.

Going on personal experiences with rechargeable garden products, the item must have a fast recharging high capacity rate, otherwise it can be a very tedious venture.

  tillybaby 08:25 15 Jun 09

Although it's not an answer to your question I too had a rechargable lawn mower (Black and Decker) and it's been used once because it was so hard to do, I suppose if you've got a really small, flat lawn then they're o.k. but if you've got quite a large lawn with a few bumps here and there then I would think carefully and maybe consider a petrol mower.

  dagnammit 10:17 15 Jun 09

I used to work in a Garden Centre and I endorse what tillybaby has said.

  Clapton is God 11:04 15 Jun 09

This is one of the better cordless lawn mowers click here

  961 11:35 15 Jun 09

Ewe are so funny

  wiz-king 14:16 15 Jun 09

Go stand in the corner, put on dunces cap and write 100 lines -- 'I must not play the goat'
and stop looking so sheepish.

  gibfish26 16:36 15 Jun 09

hi thanks for your replies,tillybaby we already have a self propelled honda petrol mower but better half(retired) is finding it a bit heavy to get around flower beds now.spuds as you say all i can find is product info but no reviews.clapton is god nice one.thanks to all.

  961 19:34 15 Jun 09

Have you considered a small Flymo?

Agreed you need a cord from a power point, but they are much lighter to use than a petrol job and you can get long cords on reels for not much. Rechargeable jobs are not a good idea because they just don't the business

  Ticmick 19:50 25 Jun 09

I purchased an Eckman from a webseller, rubbish... Jams on small stones and twigs, blade appears to be made from Cheese, I have to then hammer it straight, yes seriously.... buy a Bosch Rotary if you really want a cordless.

  chub_tor 20:18 25 Jun 09

I agree with Ticmick regarding Bosch, my neighbour has this on click here and I have used it a couple of times to cut his grass when he has been away. Very powerful but you do need two batteries if the lawn is of any size.

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