Electric Lawn Mower

July 7, 2009

E0666-175Looks cute. Needs no yearly service. Carburators don’t gunk up, can’t flood the engine and it doesn’t use gas or pollute or make terrible noise on a Sunday morning when the neighbors are asleep.

It’s the Neuton CE6 . Easier to use than a gas-powered mower — squeeze the handlebar to start the motor, recharge overnight! 19″ cutting width.

Some gas mowers can reach 90 decibels — a noise level that can cause hearing damage with exposure beyond 15 minutes per session, according to The World Health Organization-with the Neuton CE 6 model, you’ll never need to wear hearing protection

No emissions. Amazing

Approximate cost to run a gas mower:
YEAR 1: Gas and Oil: $35
YEAR 2: Gas and Oil: $35 / Tuneup: $60
YEAR 3: Gas and Oil: $35
YEAR 4: Gas and Oil: $35 / Tuneup: $60

TOTAL: $260 

Approximate cost to run a Neuton mower:
YEAR 1: Electricity: $2.80
YEAR 2: Electricity: $2.80
YEAR 3: Electricity: $2.80
YEAR 4: Electricity: $2.80

TOTAL: $11.20


  •  Eliminate pollutants and carbon emissions (Americans use 800 million gallons of gasoline for their lawn mowers each year).
  • – Eliminate accidental fuel spillage (the 17 million gallons of gas spilled filling lawn mowers each year is a major contaminate to our underground water tables).
  • – Eliminate ear-damaging noise (gas mowers can damage your hearing and the peace & quiet of your neighborhood!).
  • Removable, rechargeable battery
  • Recharging costs about 10 cents
  • Fully recharges in 12 hours
  • Runs for up to an hour (depending on grass conditions)
  • Battery lasts for five years (with proper care)
  • Battery is over 95% recyclableR
  • Rear grass collection bag
  • Side discharge chute
  • 360 watt-hour battery
  • Battery charger
  • Safety key
  • $499


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