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Remington 18" Reel Mower w/ Bagger
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Remington 18" Reel Mower w/ Bagger

Item# 07137661000P | Model# 15A-3100783 | Added on November 20, 2010
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The Reel Mower 18 Inch Is Ideal For Trimming Small Lawns
Say hello to the Remington 18inch reel mower with bagger and goodbye to noise, fumes and messy cleanup. Ideal for trimming small lawns or areas that require special attention and care, this reel mower uses a shear-like cutting motion to slice through grass like paper. It gives you a closer cut than many traditional rotary mowers, not to mention that it's so silent you can mow the lawn in peace and quiet. When you've finished mowing, you'll have a great looking, well-kept yard from a low-impact environmentally friendly lawn care solution. Since it doesn't use gas or oil, there's no mess to clean up and no fumes or emissions.
Remington's reel mower 18 inch mulches while it cuts. Or you can use the included Grass Catcher to bag your grass clippings and help prevent thatch buildup. Remington brings modern, ergonomic features to a classic mower design. The padded handle has foam grips that are easy on your hands so you can get tough on grass. The mower can be quickly raised or lowered from a super-low 0.75 inches up to 2.5 inches, depending on your turf type and specific lawn care regimen. The 9-position height adjusters are located near the rear wheels and make it easy to raise or lower.

  • Remington 18inch reel mower with bagger is a true eco-friendly lawn care solution
  • RM3100 Grass Catcher collects clippings while you mow, helping to reduce thatch buildup
  • Detach the Grass Catcher to mulch clippings and
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by joeldana
April 11th, 2013
Slick and efficient

Here in Texas, we have a decent sized lawn, but not huge. I have found this mower to be clean cutting, very easy to use and a faster way to mow the lawn. Yes, faster. I also have a wonderful ********** walk behind self-propelled mower and I find this one gets the job done faster. I'm also digging less grass out of the pool. It does exactly what it says and is a breeze to maneuver once you use it a bit. Very easy height adjustment.

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by KarenLS
May 9th, 2011
Remington 18 inch Reel Mower -- Prima Donna of lawn mowers

This mower is fine if conditions are perfect -- not a bit of wetness on the grass, no uneven surfaces, no broad leaf grasses (ok, weeds), and you want to mow every 2 or 3 days. But if there's any dew on the grass, it doesn't cut well (fair enough -- lots of lawnmowers won't). If you hit an uneven surface, it jams, if the grass is too long in a spot, it jams. Sometimes it just jams randomly. Jams can be corrected by pulling the mower backwards for a period of time (anywhere from 3 to 15 feet). Not sure why that unjams it but it does.

And the grass catcher is kind of a joke. the grass occasionally actually goes into it but unless you stop and empty it every 15-20 feet (or at least shove the grass clippings to the back of the catcher), the clippings spew to the front of the mower.

I haven't used a reel mower in years so perhaps this is just what all of them do.

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Joseph Paquin
October 26th, 2013
TheOtherJason

I'm excited to mow my lawn now!

We recently purchased a house after living in an apartment for a year and needed to badly get a mower. We didn't want to bother with a gas or electric mower, so we've been looking for a good reel push mower. When we previously owned a small row home, I had a hand-me-down reel push mower and was used to having to deal with sticks getting caught and going over areas of the yard several times.

Normally we'd research for weeks and find the best mower for our money, but it needed to get it soon and while at Sears, we decided to take the plunge. After quickly browsing reviews for the 16" and 18" Remington Reel mower on my phone, it seemed like a good enough deal.

When taking it out of the box, it was super easy to put together - no tools needed. The 4 pieces of the handle are held together by wing nuts and bolts and the entire handle assembly just snaps into the mower itself. The bagger sits on a rod that goes across the back and is held up by an adjustable strap.

It had been a good 4+ weeks since I had mowed, so I set the height to the max and took off. It did a great job and was very smooth. The bagger did a fairly good job of catching most of the cut grass, but because of the movement of the blades, most of the grass ended up on the left side - no big deal. Like any reel mower, it completely missed the foot-long shoots of grass, but they were easy enough to pull out. The only time it bogged down some was going through an overgrown, very thick part of our yard. It didn't even have trouble going over a few small sticks.

My favorite part was the rear wheels. The previous mower we had used a long roller for the height adjustment and it didn't work very well. The individual adjustments for both real wheels is easy to adjust and locks in very well. You can also roll it around on the rear wheels without engaging the blades.

I will admit I've only used it one, but it worked great (great enough for me to write this review) and I'm excited about mowing next time.

October 22nd, 2013 via sears.com
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zmoondoggie

should be sold as exercise equipment.

works as expected. Picture is showing upper handle installed in the wrong position.

July 24th, 2013 via sears.com
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mmllii

Do Not Buy

Poor quality!! The height adjustment is a thin piece of metal that would not hold in place. I tried to make it stay in place and it broke off in my hand within 2 minutes of using mower. The bagger wouldn't stay on. the strap came apart and the metal loop stretched apart and wouldn't stay on. It fell apart on a 49 year old woman in minutes. I am sending it back.

July 16th, 2013 via sears.com
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AugustDuck

Neighbors like the quiet

I got this because my gas operated mower was in the shop, and the front lawn was looking like ****. It does a nice job if you keep up on the yard, if you let dandelions grow, as I had, it will not cut them effectively. They seem to just pop right back up. I like the multitude of height settings.

July 12th, 2013 via sears.com
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SantaRosaShopper

Very hard to push

This mower was useless to us since it was so hard to push and was cheaply made, so we returned it.

April 19th, 2013 via sears.com
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joeldana

Slick and efficient

Here in Texas, we have a decent sized lawn, but not huge. I have found this mower to be clean cutting, very easy to use and a faster way to mow the lawn. Yes, faster. I also have a wonderful ********** walk behind self-propelled mower and I find this one gets the job done faster. I'm also digging less grass out of the pool. It does exactly what it says and is a breeze to maneuver once you use it a bit. Very easy height adjustment.

April 11th, 2013 via sears.com
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LadySnow

Good old fashioned mower

February 8th, 2013 via sears.com
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ladydee504

GREAT MOVER!

THIS MOVER, GET'S THE JOB DONE! LOVE IT!

January 8th, 2013 via kmart.com
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ELSA GOMEZ
September 16th, 2012
VanQ50

Remington Reel Mower & Bagger

<p>I like this alot, I am able to work in my yard without help from others.  And i get some exercise in at the same time.</p>

July 30th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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arnurse

remington 18 reel mower

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<p>It is awesome, my kids  cut the  whole yard, easy to handle. Great</p>

July 30th, 2012 via sears.com
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prairiegirl2

Good for the ecology

The bag catcher is a waste. It doesn't catch the majority of the grass regardless of what setting I used so I have to rake the long grass anyway. Other than that it works fine but I have only used it twice so far. I will be interested to see how long the blades remain sharp enough to cut well.

July 17th, 2012 via sears.com
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Chef05

Remington Push Mower

I am not sure what type of grass everyone who likes this mower is cutting but if you have a hybrid bermuda like tiff green or mid iron forget it! It starts out great when your sod is new but once it starts to fill in and get dense this mower can not handle it. It turns into a back breaking miserable chore!! I mow my grass three times a week and struggle with this mower constantly jamming and I am a physicaly fit individual who works out 5 days a week. I wanted to be enviromently friendly when I bought it for our small patch of grass, but now as I sit here with terrible lower back pain from this mower I am going to either donate it to Goodwill or smash it when I feel better. It's back to a gas real mower for me.

July 9th, 2012 via sears.com
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Barbrock

Great mower

This mower is easy to push, clean and picks up grass easily. Great mower for the money.

June 8th, 2012 via sears.com
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bcarol

Remington Real Mower w/Bagger

I bought this item as a gift for my son who just moved into a Townhouse with a small yard with gardens and patio. It's his first attempt to be a &quot;gardener&quot; and he requested this mover. He loves it and with the Bagger attached helps with NOT raking after cutting the area. Great gift!

May 21st, 2012 via sears.com
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specialk54nj

The Remington 18 Reel Mower is Great!

I love this lawn mower!. My son put it together in about 3 minutes. I wanted a mower that would be easy on both me and the environment. I got that, and more. The mower is simple to push, it cuts a wide path, and I really like that I can trap the cuttings to be used for compost. I definitely recommend this mower.

May 9th, 2012 via sears.com
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PatriceLindsey

This Remington Reel Mower is a great value and easy to use!

Very easy to assemble. This mower does a very good job of cutting, even longer length grass. It is easy to push, I'm disabled with arthritis and even I can manage to push this mower to cut the grass now! With the ever rising cost of gasoline this mower will save us lots of money. It is much more quiet than a gas powered mower. Very eco friendly!

April 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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mellie

remington Reel Mower

We needed a push mower for a small yard that we are leasing and this works great. Cuts good and easy to maneuver.

April 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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carlosnsantaclara

Remington 18&amp;#34 Reel Mower w/ Bagger - 50 state

<p>Not Bad</p>

January 29th, 2012 via sears.com
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