Black & Decker Lawn Hog 19-Inch Electric Mulching Mower
I bought this lawn mower when my last (also an Electric) completely ceased working. I'm happy with the upgrade. The mower suffers from the same problem as most other electrics: cord management. I've developed a technique for shifting the cord from one side to the other as I mow, and it serves me quite well, but it's still not as convenient as a cord-free mower.
When it comes to cutting grass, though, the thing performs marvelously. Its height is easily adjustable: more easily than I've ever seen on any mower.
A squeeze of the trigger and the mower simply floats up and down; release the trigger and you lock it in place.
The blades are sharp and spin fast enough to power through tough weedy patches. I'm a bit concerned about the long-term viability of the blade-turning mechanism. As with many electric lawn mowers, this uses several plastic pieces, including a plastic disc holding the blade.
The blade is fasted tightly, but if it hits something (a root, a stone), it can be knocked a bit out of place.
This is no doubt by design, to reduce blade damage, but in my last mower this eventually led to the destruction of the plastic disc; this may happen here.