Mowing the lawn is a chore, but it’s a task you look forward to with the Ego Power + Select Cut LM2135SP mower. A good cordless mower eliminates any gasoline option for convenience, as it does not need fuel, there is no exhaust, and it requires minimal maintenance. This particular Ego sets itself apart from all other cordless mowers with its polished double blade cut, excellent mulching capacity and user-friendly interface. Cordless mowers are always more expensive than gasoline-powered ones, but since the latest cordless models almost match the best gasoline-powered mowers in terms of cut quality and performance, it’s hard to argue that paying more isn’t worth it. worth it.
Ego Power + Select Cut LM2135SP Mower
The self-propelled Ego LM2135SP battery runs for an hour and mows overgrown grass with ease, saving you the noise, emissions, and maintenance of a typical gasoline mower.
* At the time of publication, the price was $ 650.
The Ego Power + Select Cut LM2135SP mower is a battery-powered self-propelled mower that can mow grass for about an hour on a single battery charge. Compared to other wireless models, it has longer battery life than most and faster charging time. And compared to gasoline mowers, the LM2135SP feels hassle-free: no trips to the gas station, no checking oil levels, no spilled fuel and no emissions. The LM2135SP improves on previous Ego mowers with more intuitive speed control and dual blades (a feature only found on high-end mowers), ensuring an even cut and efficient mulching. When not in use, the handle can be folded up and the mower can be stored upright. Typically sold for around $ 600, the LM2135SP is a big ticket item; in fact, its price is comparable to that of high-end gasoline models. But after eight years of reviewing mowers and seeing the full range of features and capabilities of the best gasoline and cordless models, we’re confident this mower will be the most satisfying.
Self-propelled mower Ego Power + LM2102SP
This mower isn’t as polished as our top pick, but for a more basic self-propelled cordless mower it’s a great choice.
* At the time of publication, the price was $ 550.
If our main pick is out of stock or just not in the budget, we also love the Ego Power + LM2102SP self-propelled mower. This is our previous pick, and like our main pick, it has a long runtime and short charge time. However, the LM2102SP doesn’t have the more refined speed control of our main pick. And while this model’s single blade can easily handle overgrown grass, it leaves a more jagged cutting edge than a dual blade mower. But it’s still a very capable cordless mower, and we prefer it over all the others we’ve tested.
Honda HRX217VKA lawn mower
The dual blades of this reliable Honda gasoline mower allow you to manicure a lawn with precision, and its unique system can adjust the ratio between the grass you are bagging and the mulch.
* At the time of publication, the price was $ 620.
If you are not yet ready to go wireless, we recommend the Honda HRX217VKA self-propelled lawn mower. In terms of cut quality and the ability to maintain turf health, this is one of the best self-propelled mowers available, mainly thanks to a pair of features: a two-blade cutting system that delivers results similar to those golf course and a way to dial in an accurate mulching-to-bag ratio to compensate for varying grass conditions. Combine all of that with the other strong details of this mower, like a big 200cc engine and rear-wheel drive to help you get through tall grass or hills, and you get enough to justify the hefty price tag.
Toro SmartStow 20340 Recycler
This reliable and popular Toro performs as well as other decent self-propelled mowers and stands out with its ability to be stored upright (like the Egos), saving valuable garage space.
If you want to pay the lowest price possible while still getting a quality self-propelled mower, we recommend the Toro SmartStow Recycler 20340. At around $ 400, the Toro costs less than the Egos and Honda, and like d Another good option at this price point is that it offers intuitive self-propulsion and excellent mulching performance. The unusual feature of the Toro – and the reason we recommend it over many similar machines – is its space-saving ability to be stored upright in a crowded garage or shed (Egos can also be stored this way. ). However, with the Toro, you don’t get the gas-free convenience of the Ego or the cut quality of the Honda.