Top 5 Push Lawnmowers

A push lawn mower is ideal for you if you have a smaller lawn (1/4 of an acre or smaller). But given the sheer variety of push lawnmowers, it is only natural to get confused about which one to invest in. So here you go. We have a list of top 5 push lawnmowers to give the perfect finish to your lawn.

1. Troy-Bilt 21 in. 160 cc Honda Gas Walk Behind Push Mower


Troy Bilt 21 is perhaps one of the best push lawnmowers you can purchase. This gas-powered lawnmower with a 160cc Honda engine and a 21-inch deck is highly recommended if you have a flat, small (an area of 1/4 acre or less) lawn. The lawnmower has a dual lever and allows for multiple height adjustments so that you can get the grass height of your choice. The larger, rear wheels work better on rough or soft spots, and with its TriAction cutting system, you get an even, clean cut every single time.
The company provides a limited warranty for two years but according to the reviews, you can continue to use this machine for years if you take of this lawn care equipment.

 

2. American Lawn Mower Company 14-Inch 11-Amp Corded Electric Lawn Mower

The electric corded push lawnmower is as effective as many gas lawnmower. With an 11-amp motor, this lawnmower can give a clean cut even to thick grass. A 14-inch deck and five height adjustment options allow you to get multiple grass lengths. One of the best features is the multiple handle adjustment options. This makes the lawnmower comfortable for the use of everyone. A smaller size and lighter weight make it ideal for smaller lawns.

3. CRAFTSMAN M110 140-cc 21-in Push Gas Push Lawn Mower

If a small electric push lawnmower does not suffice your need, then one of the best choices is the Craftsman M110 gas lawnmower. With a 140 cc engine and 21-inch cutting deck, this is an ideal lawnmower for smaller lawns. With six height adjustment options, you can set the length of your grass between 1.25 and 3.75 inches and give the perfect, clean cut to your lawn.
Though gas lawnmowers are more powerful than electric mowers, they are louder and less environmental friendly.

4. RYOBI 20 in. Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Walk-Behind Push Lawn Mower

Want gas like power but a more eco-friendly option? Go for Ryobi Battery Walk-Behind Push Lawn Mower. The mower is powered by a lithium-ion battery that gives a run time of 38 minutes per charge.
This lawnmower comes with a large, 20-inch deck and features seven different blade height adjustment options. The lightweight, quiet machine keeps running for years if you charge it properly and use it regularly.

5. DEWALT 20 in. 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Walk Behind Push Lawn Mower

 

If plugging a corded push lawnmower is inconvenient for you, your choice should be DeWalt Cordless Push Lawn Mower. Powered by two lithium-ion batteries, this is one of the best lawnmowers for smaller lawns and can provide up to 25 minutes of run-time per charge. With a 3-in-1 feature, you can use the bag, mulch, or rear discharge the grass clippings, however, there are no height adjustment options so every time you use this mower, you can clip your grass to one specific length.
Push lawnmowers are a must if you want to take proper care of your small lawns. Our top 5 picks are sure to help you make the right choice for your garden.

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3 thoughts on “Top 5 Push Lawnmowers”

  1. I will never buy another cordless, battery operated OR wired lawn mower. I owned two over the years… gifts from my family to evidently make me more environmental friendly. Each of those two “mowers” lasted a bit over a year. I’ve had to replace the batteries every six months or so. Nah… I’m very good to go with my old TORO 6.5 hp. gas fueled motor. Front drive wheels, oversized rear wheels, rear bagger, hand control throttle, easy start, and blade brake bar for emergency stop. A little bit of gas goes a long way! Y’all can keep those plastic, battery operated or wired electro mowers.

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  2. I am simply amazed that Honda is left off the list of best push mowers. I mow my lawn twice a week and have had my mower since 2008 and all I’ve had to replace are the wheels as they lose tread over time (especially the back wheels that propel the mower.

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    • I had a Honda, RWD bought from a downsizing friend. Keep for 20 years, serviced every fall, minor tune up, oil change, blade sharpened. finally had to replace, oil leak. Found a honda powered RWD unit at SAM’s, very reasonable cost, Works very well on Fla.’s glorified crabgrass.

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