There are four types of electric lawnmowers on the market, each of which has its own outlet to meet the needs of most gardeners. Due to the need for a primary power source, some lawn mowers are limited in reach by the length of the extension cord but are ideal for small to medium-sized lawns.
The use of electric lawn mowers is more environmentally friendly because it is more energy-efficient and does not cause pollution. When operating an electric lawnmower, noise pollution is lower than that of a lawnmower compared to a gas mower.
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The top mower creates a cushion of air under the lawnmower that allows it to move through the grass. This machine is lightweight compared to other types of electric or gas mowers and ideal for use on sloping yards. Due to their low body design and lack of grass collection boxes, they are also great for maneuvering under plants and shrubs, as well as in uncomfortable spaces.
The all-wheel-drive electric mower uses an electric motor to drive the rotating blade. The four-wheel design provides better maneuverability than the rear mower rollers and makes them lighter for easier use. While having a cut box makes it difficult to use under a dangling bush, it also eliminates the hassle of piling up cuttings after cutting.
The rear roller electric mower has a roller instead of the wheel at the rear of the machine. By adding a roller, gardeners can create a scraping effect on their lawn while the roller flattens the grass clippings in front of it. The electric all-wheel drive mower and rear roller are ideal for use on even and uneven surfaces.