- Spoiler on back of mower keeps clippings from flying back on you as you mow
- A good fit for small gardens, townhouse or apartment lawns, or lawns in allotments
- No messy, dangerous fuel to store - YOU supply the power!
Exceptional quality- A once in a lifetime investment. Ball bearing equipped for easier pushing. Non-contact blade system snips off the grass like a scissors for a perfectly manicured lawn. With proper care, the flame-hardened blades won't need to be sharpened for up to 12 years. Just keep them rust-free and reset the gap between the blade and cutter bar once a year with included gauge.
Convenient features- Mows a 15" (38 cm) swath. Height is easily adjustable from 0.5" to 1.8" (14-45 mm). Metal top keeps blades from damaging overhanging shrubs and flowers. Full width metal handle for exceptional control. Weighs only 17 pounds! Plastic wheels 8"OD, overall 21-1/2"W, adjustable handle 49"L, 21 lb (boxed), 2-year warranty. German engineered, made in Europe.
Note: Assembly of handle is required. Takes only minutes.
A customer says: We purchased the Brill reel mower mainly because we couldn't afford the increase to our gas budget that was already taking a hit due to rising prices. We use two gas guzzling riding and push mowers to help mow our large lot. The idea that we could save money and get some exercise at the same time was an exciting challenge to our family. We aren't ready yet to pass on the "chore" of mowing the entire lawn to our kids, but with the reel mower, I feel safer letting our sons help. We may not totally give up our riding mower this year, but the cost of the Brill will save us in gas on the push mower we've used in the past. Assembly was easy and the "little to no maintenance required" helped make our purchasing decision. We are just into the mowing season, and so far we're really pleased with the results. As with any reel mower, you need to make sure your lawn is free of any sticks or pinecones that could prevent a clean mow. I would recommend this to anyone who is willing to burn a few more calories to get a beautiful lawn the old-fashioned way. Not to mention the quiet whirl of the mower to get your mind off of the noise of the day. Who would have thought this city-born girl would take to an old-fashioned way of doing things? I guess the older I get, the more I want to get back to a simpler way of life. -Renee, Ohio