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This 14" reel mower works best for those who have small properties, up to 0.2 acres as it will take you around an hour to cover such area with this tool. However, larger areas will require you to do more passes. Therefore it might make sense to buy a wider lawn mower. See More
With this 14" reel mower you'll have absolutely no problems maneuvering between trees, lawn figures, and flowers. Due to its small footprints and lightweight design, this lawn mower is very simple when it comes to controls, in fact, it will not require you any substantial physical power to control this unit. See More
This 20" wide reel mower is, in fact, one of the widest units currently available on the market. Large width makes this mower perfect for large jobs as, compared to smaller units, this mower will require fewer passes to get the job done. This reel mower is suitable for large backyards, between 0.2 and 0.5 acres. See More
Five razor-sharp blades allow this reel mower to cut through thick and long grass. It's perfectly suitable even for cutting old and poorly maintained lawns. Additionally, you can sharpen the blades yourself once in a while, all you need for that is a simple $15 blade sharpening kit. See More
With this reel mower, you can cut your lawn right to the height you desire. The unit has nine different height adjustments, ranging between 1" and 3". Moreover, it is straightforward to adjust the height, all you need is to set the height adjustment lever to the corresponding position. See More
Just as many other reel mowers, this unit is simply horrible when it comes to mowing long, overgrown grass that is longer than 5". The collection bag makes this process even worst as it gets caught in the tall grass and prevents the mower from moving backward. See More