Well, if you can afford it, I'd suggest the Neuton batterymowers.
No cord to deal with. (There'd be no way I could manage a
corded mower over the whole of my 45' x 300' lot anyway--though
lots of that is hardscape or gardens, there are lawn areas all the
way to the back.)
I have no connection, other than as a customer. I have the smaller,
original version (like the CE 5.2), though if I were shopping now I
might get the wider (and heavier) CE 6.2.
I really like the fact that the batteries are easily removed. This is
a huge advantage over other cordless mowers. My Neuton has
proven much more reliable than the B&D mower I had before
and still cuts the whole lawn on one charge. (With a spare battery
available if needed.)
It's quiet enough that I can listen to my radio while I mow without
threatening my ears. Quiet enough that people have stopped and
asked about the mower.
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
on 5/23/2008 1:35 PM email@example.com said the following:
OK for small lawns. Won't be too convenient for large lawns, unless you
have sufficient extension cords.
Like a corded upright vacuum cleaner, you need to keep the cord out of
the way of the mower.
I used to mow my aunt's small lawn with her corded electric mower. It
was a PITA going around trees and other obstacles.
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