Push Mowers Buying Guide

Our buying guide will explain which type of push mower would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.



4 reviews


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    Date PurchasedAug 2018


    • 8 reviews

    Good for small jobs


    The mower itself is lightweight and easy to use. It cuts the grass well and is much quieter than the traditional lawn mowers. The mower has an eco mode which helps conserve battery, however it will automatically change back to the normal mode if it needs more power. The main issue is the battery, sometimes I would have to charge it in between mowing the front and back lawn and it would take a good hour to charge it sufficiently.

    Date PurchasedJun 2017

    binhbuiGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

    • 6 reviews

    Among the best but can be better

    Date PurchasedDec 2017
    Battery Lawn Mowers

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    Bill42South East Queensland, QLD

    • 10 reviews
    • Verified purchase

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    Questions & Answers

    Michael B.

    Michael B.asked

    Are there any 36 v battery capabilities

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    Hi. I have approx 1000 sqm of lawn/grass (yes, one thousand) in a semi arid area, gets mowed once a fortnight to once a month depending on growth/water availability. Could you recommend a battery mower for these conditions?
    Thank You

    2 answers

    I can; but you would need two batteries. Some come with two batteries


    If you don't want to wait for the charging, it's simply a matter of getting high capacity battery or even two batteries to cover for the area. I would recommend Husqvarna and Dewalt. My battery of 5.2Ah can cover an area of 200sqm with average grass height. You may need to buy two 9Ah to cover 1000sqm. Good luck with your choice.

    Daniel Moore

    Daniel Mooreasked

    Does this mower have a mulching function?

    1 answer

    Hi Daniel

    Yes, it certainly does. You will need to purchase a mulching kit for around $30. This consists of a mulching blade and a plastic piece that clips into the rear chute to stop clippings exiting to the rear. At the time I purchased LC 141Li, it was new on the market and the mower shop guys could not tell me anything about this kit. I assured them there was one available in Europe and the US as I had seen it on line. They told me to give them some time and they would find out. Being a bit impatient, I rang Husqvarna Aust. and unfortunately got the employee every company should avoid putting at the front desk. She was very uncaring, told me that there was not such an item for the mower. I relayed this to the retailer who said they would follow up and indeed they did and I finally acquired the mulching kit.

    The mulching function works fine as long as the grass is not too long. I mow once a week here on the Gold Coast during summer and it means a 20 minute job, the mower is light and easy to push and there are no trails of mulch. I have never used the catcher so cannot tell what job it does but I am sure it would work perfectly well. I also have the Husqvarna 115iL 36V Li-ion Cordless Grass Line Trimmer and I can use both on the one battery and on the same charge. This would depend on the size of your lawn.


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