Electric Lawn Mower:
Electric lawn mowers are a practical alternative to gas mowers for many reasons. They’re ideal if you have minimal storage space and don’t want to deal with the hassle of storing gasoline and oil. Electric Lawn Mower tend to weigh much less than their gas-powered counterparts, so they can also be easier to transport and use.
One huge advantage is their push-button start. The fact that I wouldn’t have to deal with a pull-cord, an engine that is reluctant to turn over, or gas that had simply gone bad was one of the driving factors behind my first electric mower purchase. I have nerve damage in both hands, so a lightweight mower that was easy to start turned out to be the perfect solution for my small yard. And unlike gas-powered lawn mowers, the electric variants are quieter and do not pollute.
The mowers on this list come in battery-powered or corded design. The corded mowers are really suitable for smaller yards because you will need to use an extension cord to run the mower, while the battery-powered models are a bit more versatile, though you’ll find that battery life varies. If you have a large yard or an incline, keeping two sets of batteries charged and ready may be necessary if you want to mow the entire space in one session. Keep in mind that electric mowers may not be as powerful as gas versions, and the cut quality may be inconsistent, and they really aren’t suitable for bigger jobs.
We included the electric lawn mowers below based on a number of factors, including versatility, power, battery life, features, and overall performance. They’re available at a variety of price points, so you should be able to find something that works for your budget and needs.
Cheaper to run
Electric mowers are cheaper to run than petrol varieties, as they don’t require oil changes, tune-ups or air filters.
Foldable handlebars minimise the space needed for storage of your self-propelled electric lawn mower.
Cut varying lengths of grass by changing the cutting height deck of your battery lawn mower.