Ego Power+ 21-Inch Self-Propelled Lawn Mower
Is It Worth It?
We Tested the
What is the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower?
It's a 21-inch self-propelled lawn mower powered by a 56V rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It features brushless electric motors for the drive wheels and a two-stage brushless blade motor.
Ego Power+ Self-Propelled Lawn Mower: Pros
– Handle-mounted lever adjusts self-propel pace for user comfort
– Two-stage motor automatically increases power output for tough cutting conditions
Ego Power+ Self-Propelled Lawn Mower: Cons
– The wheel motors are excessively noisy compared to those of other self-propelled mowers
– Using the self-propel feature decreases battery runtime by up to half, depending on terrain
Is the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower easy to use?
Yes. It rolled smoothly over uneven ground in both manual and self-propelled modes, and it climbed steep slopes quite well.
How well does the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower cut grass?
Is the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower good quality?
In general, the Ego Power+ LM2102SP’s blend of mowing ability, user conveniences, and rapid charging left a very favorable impression.
Is the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower worth the money?
Is the Ego Power+ self-propelled lawn mower right for you?
It's an excellent pick for any yard with a quarter acre of grass, and a really good prospect for most yards up to a half acre. Those with larger yards and difficult terrain could make it work, but either a second battery or a recharge break would be required to complete the job.
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Meet the Tester
Writer Mark Wolfe has an extensive background in the nursery and landscaping industry. Now he tests and writes reviews about the latest outdoor power equipment, hand tools, lawn-care products, and other outdoor living goods.
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