Homelite 18 In. Homelite Corded Electric Mower
by Michael Everett
(Simi Valley, CA, United States)
This lawn mower has it's ups and downs, but the ups most definitely outweighs the downs. It is a very durable lawn mower that does the job that I need it to do.
I'll start with the negatives. The first obvious negative issue is the need for an extension chord. It obviously gets in the way, and you run the risk of running it over, and not only destroying the chord, but possibly electrocuting yourself in the process. The only other negative I can think of is the fact that the mower does not come with a bag, and is not modify-able for a grass bag.
I would be more in tune with the mower if I could put a bag on it, so I wouldn't have to rake up and blow the grass with my leaf blower.
As for the positives, the first and most important fact about the mower is that it is an electric mower. You don't need to put fuel in it. A person does not need to change the oil, or worry about trying to turn it on with a pull chord.
It is very quiet for a mower, which makes the mowing process more enjoyable. It allows me to hear the music in my headphones more clearly, making the mowing process go along quicker than usual.
It has five different level settings for different sizes of grass, which makes lawn mower more adaptable to any lawn.
All in all, this lawn mower does the job, and does the job well enough that I can endure the negatives.