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Craftsman 39942 19" Corded Electric Mower

Item# 07139942000P | Model# 39942 | Added on January 4, 2015 | Seller: Sears.com
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Maintenance-Free Mowing The Craftsman 19" corded electric mower gives you a cleaner way to cut your grass. A high-powered electric motor is designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind without gas. No gas means no oil, no mess, no carbon emissions and no routine maintenance. This corded lawn mower makes it easy to switch between mulching, side discharge and bagging modes.

  • Powered by a 12.5 amp Turbo Drive™ electric motor puts out the torque needed to the blade for mowing dense grass
  • Heavy-duty, never-rust deck is made from strong polymers and built to last
  • 19" cutting deck provide consistently smooth cutting
  • Push-button simple start saves time and energy
  • 6-position height adjustment offers a range of cutting heights from 1-3/8"- 3-1/2"
  • Multiposition RotoFit handle enables you to choose the hand position most suited for optimal comfort
  • Dust Blocker collection bag keeps debris and dirt away during mowing
  • 18.5 gal. Redi Bag™ with capacity indicator is fully assembled, making installing and emptying a breeze
  • Single-point height adjustment lever adjusts all wheels at once for the ideal cutting height
  • 3-in-1 functionality allows for grass collection, side discharge and mulch capabilities
  • 8" front wheels and 10" rear wheels are ideal for uneven terrain
  • Folding handle with cam locks make for a smaller footprint and easier storage
  • Integrated cord lock prevents accidental cord disconnection
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By CraftsmanDan12
March 20th, 2017
Very Promising

I finally gave up the dream of having any lawn crew keep their scheduled commitment and provide even a decent job on my yard. At $50 a pop for someone to scalp the yard and mow over my shrubs (when they did show), I decided to invest early this year and purchase a mower and weedwacker and do the work myself. I was loathe to go the route of needing gas cans, gas, oils, air filters, etc. So I looked at cordless mowers first. Even those had additional chargers, batteries and pre-planning to make sure batteries are charged and most only last about 30 to 45 minutes on a charge. I wanted freedom from all of that, so I decided to try the electric mower even though I was concerned about the ability of an electric mower to do the job. I rolled the dice and bought this Craftsman electric, as well as a Craftsman electric weedwacker and a 100-foot power cord ($300 total). Today was my first go with the new tools. Both were incredibly simple to assemble. My grass was overgrown from another lawn crew no show, but I went to work. The electric tools worked like a dream, even though I had concerns given my past use and affinity for Toro, Honda and Echo gas-powered commercial class lawn gear. Sure, the power and heft of these Craftsman items aren't on par with those commercial workhorses costing several hundred dollars more per item, but for mowing the font and back yards of a standard sized residential lot every couple of weeks, these Craftsman tools did the job. So, fingers crossed that the Craftsman gear holds up. If I get through this year alone I'll save nearly $600 on lawn maintenance and get a bit of exercise myself. Both the lawn and my body will be better off — not to mention my wallet and decreased irritation from listening to no-show excuses. In the end, these are Craftsman and I expect Sears will stand behind the products even if there are any issues.

19 found this review helpful
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By ukscots
April 24th, 2016
Worked well, for one season.

I used this for the mowing season of 2015; went to start it up for this year and 20 minutes later, it became a doorstop. As the minutes passed on the first mow, the blade turned slower and slower, which is not good for cutting grass. Luckily, I bought the protection plan and received a full refund.

33 found this review helpful
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cindycap1234
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love it!

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21 days ago via mobile
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steelsh0t
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plastic mower

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Can't get used to the plastic construction. Harder to maneuver than my previous electric mower. Safety start button makes it hard to manage cord and start at same time. Height adjustment easy to use. Dust blocker collection bag doesn't block dust and is somewhat awkward to attach. Cuts thick dry grass fine but not sure it would be powerful enough for thick wet grass.

26 days ago via sears.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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I would not buy this again.

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Seems kind of cheaply made. The handles are uncomfortable no matter how you have them set and you have to really squeeze them to keep it running.

June 1st
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EVO-OVE
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GREAT!

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Looks good! Works well! Highest recommendation!

March 22nd via sears.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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Worth the money.

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It works well, at a fair price, it seems to be durable.

February 20th
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