Yes, I've had one for 3 years and love it. They've made improvements
to my model as well.
My lot is approx 120x50 (something like that), and it's very
The mower is VERY quiet and you can run it at night. I live in a
secure enough area where I feel OK to leave it out at night and put it
back in the garage in the morning.
The only maintenance I've done is sharpen the blade each summer, and I
did have to replace the battery pack. However, you can do it cheaply
by opening the pack, look at the model # of the lead acid battery, and
order a couple online.
The mower does miss spots, and if the grass gets really crazy long and
wet, you will have to run it a couple of times before it gets to
looking good. Normal use it cuts just fine. But because it misses
spots, I run it every 2 or 3 days. Only takes a minute to get going so
it's no big deal at all. I usually let it run until the batteries
The other problem I had, and it was my fault, was I had my lawn
aerated, but i forgot to tell the guy I had the mower, so the wire got
chopped up in 4 or 5 places. What a pain in the ass!
All in all I would highly recommend one.
Odd, in four years I've yet to manually mow my lawn. The timesavings
alone makes this worth it for me. The only thing I *do* need to do is
edge, but I'd need to do so either way. Well worth the money considering
it's not much more than a good mulching mower.
I don't have one, so I don't have an opinion of my own, but here's a
link to others who seem to love the thing.
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