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Earthwise 20" Cordless 24 Volt Rechargeable, Electric Lawnmower
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Earthwise 20" Cordless 24 Volt Rechargeable, Electric Lawnmower

Item# 07139112000P | Model# 60120 | Added on August 23, 2009
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Get Clean, 3-In-1 Mowing with the 20 inch Electric Lawn Mower by Earthwise
Since it runs on a rechargeable 24-volt battery, the Earthwise Cordless Electric Lawnmower doesn't need pull-starting nor does it emit fumes or exhaust smells - it truly is the clean air choice. The battery runs up to .9 hours on one single charge, so you can finish the job in plenty of time. Boasting a 3-in-1 design, the mower has mulching, side discharge and rear bagging capabilities to keep your lawn looking its best. And 20 inch blades cut a large swatch at 3,500 cut strokes per minute for super-fast mowing. Single level height control with seven cutting positions from 1-1/2 in. to 4 in. for mowing close and efficiently on any terrain.
The 20 inch Electric Lawn Mower has one forward speed for simple, no-hassle cutting. A "V" handle with a cushioned, easy-fold design provides exceptional pushing comfort and easy-to-store convenience. A safety key offers handle-mounted blade control for easy use and operation. Easy-to-read LED power display lets you know how much time you have before recharge.

  • The low-maintenance Earthwise Cordless Electric Mower has very minimal assembly without tools, so you can start mowing today
  • 9-1/2-in. rear tires and 7-in. front tires offer excellent turning and sure-grip traction on grassy terrain
  • Ball-bearing wheels roll easy with less long-term maintenance
  • Easy on and off mulch plug, grass catcher and discharge chute for versatility and convenience
  • Includes a
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by jdewitt80
July 26th, 2012
Earthwise Electric Lawnmower is awesome!

I have used it twice so far and really like it! Battery comes off with a handle, easily charges - then set it back on, start it up and it's ready to go! Love the electric battery - no need to get gas and there is no cord to get in the way (friend has a cord which is a hassle).

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by awcolley
April 29th, 2010
The battery won't hold a charge after one season

I bought the Earthwise 60120 on 25 Sept 2009. I have a corner lot which is about 10000 sq ft (< 1/4 acre); when I first purchased the mower it could just barely handle doing the entire yard. It was prone to bogging down where the grass was a little thicker, but I just raised it all the way (which is the one GREAT feature about this mower, the one lever to adjust all wheel heights) and mowed, lowered it back down to cutting height and went back over.

We mowed probably 10-15 times last season before the grass went dormant. We charged the battery regularly over the winter as recommended; but since we started mowing again this season, the battery life has steadily dwindled until now we only get about 20 minutes of mowing before the mower is too weak to cut grass. So, we have to mow 20 minutes, go take a 1 or 2 hour break, mow another 20 minutes, go take another 1 or 2 hour break, and then finish the yard. Preposterous!

I just called the Earthwise 800 number and discovered that the battery only has a 90 day warranty! Obviously, they know the battery is a piece of junk that will probably not last a season. Since the battery costs over $100 to replace, a season's worth of gasoline (even at $3/gallon) would be a lot cheaper than replacing the battery every year.

One more thing: this mower is HEAVY (about 100lbs), so if your yard is not quite flat, it will wear you out pushing this thing up hills.

I was really hoping this would work out and I could leave gas mowers behind forever.

 

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IllinoisFlatlander

Replacement battery cost makes this a bad choice

I've had my Earthwise 20" 24V Rechargeable Lawnmower for 3 years. I have a flat suburban lot that is only a 1/4 acre in Northern Illinois with a 6 month mowing season. In the middle to late summer we don't get much rain so we don't need to mow every week then.

The first year it did the job quietly and fully with each mowing. I recharged it after each mowing and I followed the storage instructions faithfully, in my basement. I wasn't completely happy with the cut because it left some grass uncut if you went too fast or if it was damp.

The second season I noticed a drop in capacity. It definitely had less power that required me to mow higher, slower and more frequently. By the end of season two, I could not finish my mowing with a single charge. I stored per instructions n my basement again at full charge.

This spring it would not last 10 minutes on a single charge! Battery replacements are $149! One good season of cutting, was all I got. I bought a gas mower and it cuts better, even in high or damp grass, in much less time!

July 23rd via sears.com
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Yardworker02

Not what I expected :(

Mower does a great job cutting grass, but is VERY heavy. My lawn is the size of a postage stamp, but battery will not hold a charge to finish mowing it. This has been the problem since day one. I followed all directions for charging battery during mowing season and though the winter. I'm so disappointed with this item. Several calls to customer service were not helpful at all. I was instructed to take ENTIRE MOWER to a service center about 45 minutes away. I'm replacing it with an electric mower. Surely, the cord with the mower cannot be as frustrating as dealing with a battery that won't hold a charge for 15 minutes. I'm sorry I purchased this item and would not do so again.

July 6th via sears.com
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November 24th, 2012
ChristopherMcLain

Thumbs way down

<p>I wanted to buy a rechargable mower after using my father's Black and Decker.  I liked that rechargable electric mowers are light-weight, quiet, and environmentally friendly.  Unfortunately, I purchased the Earthwise mower online from Sears which has been a disappointment in every way.</p>
<p>I have an average sized suburban lot with a fairly steep hill in the back and it takes this mower 3 charges to finish it all.  When it does mow, it's obvious that the blade has very little power.  If the grass is at all thick or long, the motor shuts off.  And the bags only fills about one-third of the way before the blade cannot provide enough force to get more grass in.  On top of that, it's the heaviest mower I've used.  The battery feels like it's made of lead.</p>
<p>To add insult to injury, the plastic flap that's attached to the back came off and got chopped up by the blade. </p>
<p>I'm furious at myself for purchasing this expensive piece of junk.  I'm furious I didn't take it back after the first time I mowed.  And it annoys me every time I look at it.</p>
<p>Despite only having it for four months, I no longer use it.  For your own sake, don't purchase this.  I sure wish I didn't.</p>

July 26th, 2012 via sears.com
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jdewitt80

Earthwise Electric Lawnmower is awesome!

<p>I have used it twice so far and really like it! Battery comes off with a handle, easily charges - then set it back on, start it up and it's ready to go! Love the electric battery - no need to get gas and there is no cord to get in the way (friend has a cord which is a hassle).</p>

July 26th, 2012 via sears.com
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WILSONPERU

no more cords

This replaced a cord electric mower. This worked just as good, if not better, but was a lot easier to use with no cord to mess with.

July 23rd, 2012 via sears.com
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lenmar22

The Earthwise electric lawnmower is lightweight

The best part of using the Earthwise lawnmower is you don't have to content with any stinky gas, thus, no polution. Because it is so lightweight it is easy to maneuver when climbing embankments. It's quite and doesn't sound like a sherman tank. Love it.

March 7th, 2012 via sears.com
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jimptreb

Excellent lawnmower which is very easy to start and manuver.

December 29th, 2011 via sears.com
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awcolley

The battery won't hold a charge after one season

<p>I bought the Earthwise 60120 on 25 Sept 2009. I have a corner lot which is about 10000 sq ft (&lt; 1/4 acre); when I first purchased the mower it could just barely handle doing the entire yard. It was prone to bogging down where the grass was a little thicker, but I just raised it all the way (which is the one GREAT feature about this mower, the one lever to adjust all wheel heights) and mowed, lowered it back down to cutting height and went back over. <br /><br />We mowed probably 10-15 times last season before the grass went dormant. We charged the battery regularly over the winter as recommended; but since we started mowing again this season, the battery life has steadily dwindled until now we only get about 20 minutes of mowing before the mower is too weak to cut grass. So, we have to mow 20 minutes, go take a 1 or 2 hour break, mow another 20 minutes, go take another 1 or 2 hour break, and then finish the yard. Preposterous! <br /><br />I just called the Earthwise 800 number and discovered that the battery only has a 90 day warranty! Obviously, they know the battery is a piece of junk that will probably not last a season. Since the battery costs over $100 to replace, a season's worth of gasoline (even at $3/gallon) would be a lot cheaper than replacing the battery every year. <br /><br />One more thing: this mower is HEAVY (about 100lbs), so if your yard is not quite flat, it will wear you out pushing this thing up hills.</p>
<p>I was really hoping this would work out and I could leave gas mowers behind forever.</p>
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April 29th, 2010 via sears.com
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