Great States 16" Push Mower

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Great States 16" Push Mower
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Maintain a neat, trim lawn with this steel push mower that has a 16-inch cutting width and adjustable cutting height.

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Make mowing the lawn feel easier and more efficient with the Great States 16" Push Mower. It offers a great chance for you to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. The Great States push mower is easy to assemble and, more importantly, allows you to keep your lawn looking neat and trim without making too much noise and bothering your neighbors. This mower is designed with a tempered alloy steel reel and a bed knife blade to ensure that you are trimming evenly. The adjustable cutting height option also helps you to decide on the grass length. The wheel height can also be adjusted to three positions. You can move the lawn push mower around with ease, because the handles are comfortable on your hands. Featuring an unbreakable steel side plate, this product will serve you well for many years to come.

About this item

Make mowing the lawn feel easier and more efficient with the Great States 16" Push Mower. It offers a great chance for you to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. The Great States push mower is easy to assemble and, more importantly, allows you to keep your lawn looking neat and trim without making too much noise and bothering your neighbors. This mower is designed with a tempered alloy steel reel and a bed knife blade to ensure that you are trimming evenly. The adjustable cutting height option also helps you to decide on the grass length. The wheel height can also be adjusted to three positions. You can move the lawn push mower around with ease, because the handles are comfortable on your hands. Featuring an unbreakable steel side plate, this product will serve you well for many years to come.

Great States 16" Push Mower:

  • Cutting height: 1/2" to 2-1/4" with an adjustable, 4-section roller
  • Boasts of a 16" cutting width
  • Lawn push mower comes with a 4-spider, 5-blade ball-bearing reel
  • Comes with a tempered, alloy steel reel and bed knife blade
  • Unbreakable steel side plate ensures that it will last for many years
  • Wheel height is adjustable in 3 positions
  • Easy to assemble
  • Does not make a lot of noise while mowing
  • Model number: 415-16

Specifications

Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: 415-16
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported
Walmart No.: 1669143
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Brings Back Childhood Memories ...
9/21/2009

Customer review by GrassWalker

3.0 stars 9/21/2009 by GrassWalker
by GrassWalker

of my dad mowing the grass with his power mower, and me walking behind him pretending to cut the grass with my plastic toy mower. And now I'm still pretending. I got lost in those memories, much like I got lost in my yard. Didn't I just cut that section? I can't tell. It's the experience that counts. And the exercise. Never mind that I'd get just as much "exercise" with a power mower as with a reel mower. Actually, I'm being a bit harsh. I cut my 1/3 acre with the Great States 16" push mower, and it wasn't as bad as all that. In fact, I wish it had worked out. The mower itself seems well-built. Assembly is about as easy as you can get. 3 winged bolts, 2 clips. If it takes you longer than 10 minutes, you're a tourist who is enjoying the experience. Use and storage means no gas and no gas fumes. It was easy to push, easier than the smallest power mower I've used. Flip the handle over, and you disengage the reel, letting you roll the thing with ease. When it cuts, it cuts very well. And therein lies the rub. It cuts ALMOST fully, say 85%. The taller stuff tends to get bent out of cutting range by what appears to be a safety bar in the front. If not for that bar, it's likely the tall would fall with the small. I did not want to return this mower. I liked everything about it except the 15% strays it left in its wake. If it would have cut those strays after 2 or 3 passes, I would have kept it. But because of that bar, this otherwise impressive little mower couldn't cut those strays no matter how many passes it made. This mower would be good for those with very small yards. If you get the grass cut short once and then keep at it on a regular basis, you won't have problems with tall strays. And if you do end up with strays, they are easy to deal with in a small yard. I would have preferred to keep it. Easy to use and maintain, fairly quiet, no exhaust to breath in, no gas fumes, no need to purchase gas, no sticks or pine cones launched at ballistic velocities to smite neighborhood children. But 15% strays of a large yard ends up being about the same as an entire small yard.

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GrassWalker
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:1 week or less
Fun for the kids too!
3/19/2008

Customer review by NSB4me

5.0 stars 3/19/2008 by NSB4me
by NSB4me

I recently came across this mower and I was thrilled. I can get a great workout as we have a large yard. Best of all, the kids love it! They actually fight over who gets to mow the lawn. I remember my Grandparents having one of these whe I was young. It is so nice and simple to just lift it off the porch and go! The only drawback is that the spanish moss or small sticks can jam it up. It's a really easy fix but you have to make sure your area is clear before mowing. If it jams you just reach down and pull out the debris. It is very open and easy to get to. This is the ultimate in the Go-Green mentality! Another plus is that you can use it very early morning and not disturb the neighbors.

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NSB4me
New SMyrna Beach, FL
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:A few times per month
Green makes you lean and mean
10/18/2009

Customer review by cyberspittle

5.0 stars 10/18/2009 by cyberspittle
by cyberspittle

I wanted to make a difference in the way I live and Walmart helped me do that at a great savings. The mower needs to be assembled. This took me all of 15-20 minutes. Once put together, I put it too work. My small front lawn was in need of mowing for some time (weeks, not days). It was hard going at first, however, once the lawn had been trimmed, successive mows were much easier. I enjoy the exercise, as I work behind a desk all day. My neighbors have complimented me on it and mention they really like how quiet it is. If you have noise sensitive neighbors, need some exercise, and want to make a difference, this is the mower for you!

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cyberspittle
Stockton, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
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Does this mower come with a grass catcher? I don't see one listed in the specs.
by gcyoung 7/27/2010
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  • A. No.
    by nestene3/19/2015
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  • A. No grass catcher. I don't know where you would put a catcher on a mechanical mower.
    by MoPea5/17/2011
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  • A. No
    by Angel1234real5/8/2011
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  • A. no
    by sabine185/5/2011
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  • A. NO -- and neither does the owner's manual mention you can order a grass catcher for this mower. You can improvise by attaching a container directly behind the push mower to catch the grass.
    by Passingtrucker5/27/2015
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  • A. Not that I'm aware of. That doesn't mean you couldn't find one aftermarket but that's a risk you must be willing to take. I wouldn't recommend it personally. For the simple reason the blades are openly exposed and a bag could easily find itself entangled into the cutting mechanism. Who knows how long that would take to fix or how expensive. The best case is to use this as is and it will last for years.
    by gdrew684/19/2011
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  • A. no catcher included
    by IzzyWoo9/13/2010
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  • A. no it doesnt come with a grass catcher. dont think you would need one if you have this mower its for small lawns. and it would have a hard time cutting really tall grass.
    by goodmanshops8/11/2010
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by IDgran 6/17/2010
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  • A. It's pretty easy to put together. The only hard part was sliding in the little round bits that go just inside the wheels. You might want someone with good finger strength to do those, but you should be able to do the rest yourself if you're OK with a wrench or screwdriver.
    by nestene6/23/2015
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  • A. It depends if you know how to put things together...If you are good at putting things together then you can do it along if not you need help.
    by Angel1234real5/23/2015
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  • A. If you can look at pictures and put three hexbolts in place with a wingnut on them then you have assembled the handle. Then two locking spacerings connect the handle to the mower assembly. VOILA! You've completed assembly, all else comes together already done for you. I had mine from box to the yard using it in ten minutes or less.
    by gdrew686/23/2015
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  • A. well im a 33 year young female with minimal mechnical skills and i had no problems assembling it alone. very simple and instructions are good.
    by goodmanshops6/23/2015
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  • A. Not much assembly. My 11-year old grandson put mine together. He took it out of the box and everything. He just needed a little help for the last step. I think you, on the other end of the age range, could do it too.
    by jacksmybaby8/9/2010
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  • A. If you can turn a few nuts with a wrench I am sure you can assemble it
    by 1retiredman8/9/2010
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  • A. I assembled in about ten minutes, just requires installing the handles, three or four nuts and bolts. Hand tighten, no tools needed.
    by judgeb8/11/2012
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by antt2010 6/12/2010
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  • A. Look at it closely; it sounds like something hard (pebble, stick, small metal object, etc...) had gotten jammed into the mechanism.
    by Passingtrucker6/8/2011
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  • A. The wheels are set ratchet-style, so they only turn when the bale (the whirly thing with the blades) turns going forward. To get the blade running if it stops, raise the mower a bit and kick the bale so it turns the "wrong" way and that'll dump whatever it was hung up on.
    by nestene5/29/2011
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  • A. Did you already check to make sure there's not a little stick caught between the blade and the stationary piece? Usually that's what causes it.
    by MsMuz775/22/2011
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  • A. What has become entangled around the shaft to prevent it from turning?
    by gdrew684/19/2011
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  • A. if you have had it less than 90 days take it back to Wal mart and ask for a refund.
    by 1retiredman6/16/2014
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  • A. Probably rust or the wheel may be bent if its not bent i would try spraying the wheels with wd40 or similar lubricating spray and let it sit and spray it every hour and try to force it to move if it does not work after that you will have to take it to a lawn mower shop and have them look at it for you.
    by Watty6/14/2010
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