Find Lawn Mowers . The Lawn-Boy 20 in. Kohler Gas Variable Speed Self-Propelled Mower features electric start
Product Title: Lawnboy Lawn Mower. 20 In. Kohler Engine Electric Start Self-Propelled Mower
Power Score: 4.0 | 109 Reviews
lawn equipment type: lawn mowers
Product Reviews (10)
Very easy starting - both key and pull-cord. Powerful drive that pulls you along nicely.
Very prompt delivery. Easy set-up (less than 5 min.). Great starting mower using either electric key or manual pull cord. I especially like how powerful the walk-behind pace of the rear-wheel drive is. One negative - the bag does not hook well at the bottom and there doesn't seem to be enough vacuum suction to keep the clippings from spilling out on occasion.
By BobK on Home Depot - May 13, 2013
Lawn Boy self propelled mower
Mower overall is fine, nothing special. When mower arrived via UPS. It was left on my front porch. The wheel higth adjustment was bent on the front wheel. I repaired it myself and it works fine now. Don't know whether is was damaged by UPS or the factory. I would not purchase a mower via delivery again.
By Summervillemower on Home Depot - Mar 27, 2013
Very satisfied with mower.
The lawnmower works fine now that I had the damage from shipping fixed. Good quality mower
By Ginny on Home Depot - Jan 26, 2013
Exactly what I was looking for.
I spent a long time looking for the right mower. This is perfect for my family. The electric start works well and the self-propelled feature eliminates all back strain. I was satisfied with the price too. I made my purchase on line and the mower was delivered to my door. Assembly took about one minute and was foolproof. I highly recommend this product.
By avirett47 on Home Depot - Nov 6, 2012
THIS MOWER CUTS GRASS REALLY WELL
I REALLY WANTED A LAWNMOWER THAT I DIDN'T HAVE TO PULL TO START. THIS MOWER WORKED GREAT AND CUT WELL, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE DEFECTIVE WHEEL ADJUSTMENTS WHICH BROKE WITHIN DAYS OF USE AND THE BATTERY POSTS THAT BROKE OFF, SO I MUST START MANUALLY.
By BIRDSONG on Home Depot - Oct 19, 2012