Craftsman 6.75 Torque Rating 21 in. 3-n-1 Deck Rear Bag Push Lawn Mower with High Wheels
by Benjamin Kreeger
This has been a pretty good push lawn mower for my wife and I. It's served us for well over a year and half now. The rear bag is easy to remove and reattach without a fuss; the wheel height is easily adjustable (although it can easily be knocked out of place if you run into / over something hard enough), and it's easy to refuel.
We've never had to have the blades re-sharpened since we've purchased the lawn mower, so that's a good thing. It's got a 6.75 torque-rated Briggs & Stratton engine on it that's very reliable, even through all the abuse I put it through. My wife and I have a fairly decent-sized suburban lawn (in fact, our next door neighbors own a sit and ride mower), so with each mowing, we use it quite a bit.
We'll probably refill the gas tank in it about once every three times we use it. For a while, we used it without the rear bag, and it ran just fine, until we noticed that it would get clogged (the blades would) with grass a lot (especially when it's just the slightest bit damp outside). That's when I attached the bag to it, and we haven't had a problem with it since.
I'd recommend this mower to anybody looking for a push mower; I've used sit and ride mowers in the past, and this is the first push mower we've owned. I'd say I'm pretty happy with it, and we plan to use it for as long as it lasts (and then we'll get it repaired). Great mower!