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Craftsman Lawn Mower 21" 158cc* Rear Bag Push Lawn With Smooth Start Non CA

Item# 07138821000P | Model# 11A-A15A099 | Added on November 20, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
Craftsman Lawn Mower 21" 158cc* Rear Bag Push Lawn With Smooth Start Non CA
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A Powerful 158cc Push Mower for Your Yard
With the kind of power that gets the job done and the kind of price that makes it easy to own, this Craftsman 158cc push mower makes a potent addition to small and medium sized yards. Whether it’s time to retire that tired old mower, or you’re looking for an affordable way to maintain that nice new yard, this Craftsman 158cc push mower offers dependable service and long-term use at a great price.
Equipped with Smooth Start Technology, this lawn mower is 20% easier to pull start than its predecessors, and with the efficient operation of Briggs and Stratton’s Silver Series 158cc engine, it produces a powerful 5.5 foot-pounds of torque to help you tame even the wildest lawns. And whether you want to bag-up the clippings and ship them out, or mulch and re-invest them in your lawn, the 2-in-1 deck allows you to switch between operations quickly and smoothly.
Cut your lawn long, short or adjust for slopes, the dual point height adjusters offer the choice of six positions so you can get the cut you want, while the seven- and eight-inch wheels give you the height to roll over divots, bumps and obstacles with ease. Designed for superior versatility, Craftsman created an adaptable workhorse when they made this 158cc push mower. So, up-hill, down-hill or around tight corners, you have the ability to get the job done week after week.
Powerful, efficient and loaded with options, this Craftsman 158cc push mower delivers the ... read more
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Praise
By Mr-Mac
August 11th, 2011
Craftsman 21 In. Rear Bag Mower

My riding mower is in need of some maintenance and it will be a while so I decided I would go and purchase an inexpensive push mower to get me by.  I bought on price alone but am very pleased with the initial quality right out of the box.

Assembly was simple and all I needed was to add the provided break-in oil and gas and it started right up!  Setting the deck height was also easy with one lever for the front and one for the rear.  No more lever at each wheel, I like the new arrangement!

This mower allows the owner to either catch the clippings or bag them and, depending on my mood...today I bagged and my lawn looks great!

17 found this review helpful
Criticism
By babyface123
April 29th, 2012
less than 1 year old and having problems

Well Sears joke of a warranty/return policy is over and getting it fixed will probaly cost more than a new one. It constantly sputters and stalls even though its been lubed, oil changed, spark plug changed, and air filter cleaned. Guessing its a carb issue but im not about to drop anymore $ on this thing. Craftsman name has gone downhill, most of their products are now made in CHINA.

2 found this review helpful
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Sorobo

Average mower

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After a couple of months of using it, after it warms up the engine cuts out. It doesnt die, but acts like it is.

January 3rd, 2013 via sears.com
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OutdoorDeecie

Works Great

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Had this lawnmower for over a season now. Cranks 1st time every time. No problems at all. Love the 'clean' look of the yard with the bagger and dump in my garden after cutting (my veges love it). Only wish sometimes it had a side discharger. Got this after fighting with my bigger mower that I just couldnt get cranked. Wore my arm out. So yes, I love this one! Thanks so much SEARS!

November 12th, 2012 via sears.com
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LWill

Not worth it

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Have had this lawn mower for two years and am not quite sure it will finish out the season. Never has run smooth.
One nice thing is that it is so lightweight, but if it would only work.
If it hadn't been a gift, I would have taken it back.
No more Craftsman for me.

October 23rd, 2012 via sears.com
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Millenium3

2+ years and running strong!

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<p>I bought this mower in Aug 2010 and it's now Aug 2012. I have 3/4 acre lawn that I meticulously maintain every week. After the first season I just threw it in the corner through out the winter meaning to get around to putting some fuel stabelizer in it but never got around to it. Sure enough, wouldn't start...easily removed air filter and carb and a can of carb cleaner later, runs like new. The engine is just fine if your not trying to cut terribly short. Its seems as though it is easly bogged down if an excess of grass is there. I will probably buy a heavier duty mower that is self propelled next time but I really dont have any issues with this product. If you have a smaller to medium size lawn and don't need it to drive it self, this is a solid buy. Last note, once primed properly this mower starts extremly easy.</p>

August 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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mowerone

inexpensive lightweigh mower for rough cutting on uneven terrain

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<p>Bought this on sale and it had been returned without grass catch bag.  Ok because I didn't need to bag grass.  I wanted it for use on uneven and rough terrain and it's perfect for that.  Also disdn't want it to be heavy or expensive.  It started un the first pull and has run great.  Fits my needs well. </p>

August 2nd, 2012 via sears.com
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CS89

Do not buy this lawnmower

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I purchased this lawnmower in the spring of 2011 for light and clean up mowing that my lawn tractor could not do (kids play yard, under trees). At first it seemed like a nice inexpensive mower, but then I had problems with the throttle spring. Very poor design, I have to keep adjusting it because it is very thin and cheap. At the beginning of 2012 mowing season, I was adjusting the back wheel height and the lever snapped off and just last night 6/21/2012, the right side of the upper handle snapped. I have never seen such poor quality in a piece of equipment. I will not purchase anymore lawn tractors or lawn mowers with the craftsman name. Thanks for reading my review.

June 24th, 2012 via sears.com
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slightyobvious

Pass on this one.

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Within two months the handle broke. I've now had this mower a year and the handle has broke again. This is a safety hazard and the Commonwealth's Attorney General has been notified of the defective and dangerous nature of this product.

June 15th, 2012 via sears.com
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QUINTON NELSON
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Sound Investment

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Makes mowing a breeze!

June 1st, 2012
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