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Eco Mower

Eco Mower

Eco Mower

The POWER+ 21" Mower delivers durability in all weather conditions. The self-propelled function is variable speed; pick your pace. The EGO POWER+ 21" Self-Propelled Mower delivers the torque of gas. No other cordless mower matches or surpasses the power of gas mowers. Compatible with all EGO POWER+ ARC Lithium™ batteries (available separately) to deliver Power Beyond Belief™.

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We do not suggest spraying the underside of the mower with a hose. First remove the safety key and the battery. Wipe the upper surfaces with a cloth, if needed. Tip the mower on its side and clean the underside of the deck with a bristle brush and/or cloth. Do not use a wire brush. Do not spray the underside of your EGO Power+ mower with water. If grass has built up over time, you may find that a curved plastic scraper, such as those used in the kitchen, is useful to help remove dried, built up grass.

Several features have enabled the increased capability of battery mowers. First is the lithium-ion battery (Lion), which has grown in size and sophistication with the ability to better manage the heat and electrical strain that it experiences. This has resulted in increased durability and run time. Next, the mower’s brushless motor has fewer parts and increased reliability, compared to motors equipped with brushes that slowly wear away. This is especially important given that a mower operates in harsh conditions of high temperatures with a long run time. Another factor that has enabled the success of these motors is their high torque-to-weight ratio. Their output can be electronically controlled. When the mower encounters tall grass, the motor speed increases automatically, along with blade speed. The reverse occurs when the load on the mower eases, such as when it enters low or thin grass. Other battery mowers are equipped with a manual switch that conserves battery charge by running the motor at lower rpm (often called an Eco mode setting, or something similar). Use this low-power setting at the height of summer when the grass is dry and brittle; it may need only a light trim. (Source: www.popularmechanics.com)

 

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