EGO 21″ 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Self Propelled Lawn Mower (Battery and Charger Not Included)

The torque of gas without the noise, mess and fumes. The EGO 56V Lithium-Ion Mower delivers long-lasting power, rapid charging and durability in all weather conditions. Power the EGO 56V Mower with any of the EGO Power+ Arc Lithium Batteries. Battery and Charger Not Included

Product Features

  • Compatible with all EGO Power+ arc lithium batteries; Battery and Charger Not Included
  • 21 in. cut capacity. Weather-resistant construction
  • 3-in-1: mulching/bagging/side discharge. Folds easily for compact storage
  • Push-button start. Single-lever, 6-position deck-height adjustment
  • Easy-access. 2 bushel grass collection bag LED headlights

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3 Responses to EGO 21″ 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Self Propelled Lawn Mower (Battery and Charger Not Included)

  1. FB says:

    Awesome With A Few Comments First I bought the non self propelled model. It worked great, but with arthritis in my wrists I found I still wanted self propelled like my gas mower was. I’m almost 68 yrs old and even though the mower is lighter than my old Toro the SP is nice to have. Home Depot refunded my money and I ordered the SP model (not in stock) It took about 2 weeks, but I now have used it twice. A little heavier than the non powered model, but not much. The way you adjust the speed (a lever on the left) is so…

  2. Matt says:

    Absolutely Amazing, it’s a real lawn mower, just no gas engine Real rechargeable mowers finally exist. This thing is great and my wife and daughter enjoy using it as well. I was worried that it would not get through my .3 acre lot with tall thick fescue bluegrass mix. It did astonishingly well. It got through the front yard without missing a beat and filled the bag about 1-1/2 times. It got through the the thicker heavier and larger back yard with about 4 bags, all on a partial charge of about 75%! It occasionally had to rev up in the backyard and this put…

  3. Dave says:

    Gas mowers? Put ’em in a museum! MY 1976 era Snapper self propelled mower finally gave up the ghost. Since it’s a classic, I’ll still probably get it fixed (it’s just a drive gear and parts are still available).But I was tired of using a gas mower and thought I’d try a battery powered one. After looking at several (Lowe’s brand and Greenworks) I chose the EGO.I am beyond impressed. It is quite, very lightweight, and folds easily for storage or transport. In fact, it will fit through the mailbox slot sized trunk…