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HART 40-Volt Cordless Brushless 20-inch Self-Propelled Mower Kit, (1) 5.0Ah Lithium-Ion Battery

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Product Highlights

  • Single-Point Height Adjustment
  • Compact storage with folding handles
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The 20-inch Brushless Self-Propelled Mower is ideal for yards up to 1/2 acre in size. Without the hassle of a pull cord, start your mower with the push of a button. Brushless technology provides consistent power without bogging down, and extended motor life for many seasons to come. Variable speed self-propelled technology is a great option for yards with slopes and hills. Height modifications are easily made with a single-point height adjustment (1 ½-inch – 4-inch) instead of adjusting each of the 4 wheels individually. On-board battery storage carries two batteries at once which allows you to continue mowing when one of your batteries runs out of power. For compact and easy storage in your garage, this mower is equipped with telescoping and folding handles. Choose how you want to mow with bagging or mulching capabilities. All a part of the 40V System where you get ALL POWER, NO GAS. Includes 20-inch brushless self-propelled mower, (1) 5.0Ah battery and charger.

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The 20-inch Brushless Self-Propelled Mower is ideal for yards up to 1/2 acre in size. Without the hassle of a pull cord, start your mower with the push of a button. Brushless technology provides consistent power without bogging down, and extended motor life for many seasons to come. Variable speed self-propelled technology is a great option for yards with slopes and hills. Height modifications are easily made with a single-point height adjustment (1 ½-inch – 4-inch) instead of adjusting each of the 4 wheels individually. On-board battery storage carries two batteries at once which allows you to continue mowing when one of your batteries runs out of power. For compact and easy storage in your garage, this mower is equipped with telescoping and folding handles. Choose how you want to mow with bagging or mulching capabilities. All a part of the 40V System where you get ALL POWER, NO GAS. Includes 20-inch brushless self-propelled mower, (1) 5.0Ah battery and charger.

Key Features

  • This product comes with a battery and charger
  • Single-Point Height Adjustment
  • Compact storage with folding handles
  • Limited 5 Year Warranty
  • Every HART 40V battery works with every HART 40V tool
  • Includes: 20" Lawn Mower, Grass Catcher Bag, Start Key, Mulch Plug, 5.0Ah 40V Lithium-Ion Battery, Charger, and Operator's Manuals
  • Specs: Battery: 40V Lithium-Ion, Deck Size: 20", Mower Function: Mulching & Bagging, Cutting Height: 1.5" - 4", Weight: 58 lbs.

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Specifications

Brand
HART
manufacturer_part_number
40-volt
Assembled Product Weight
58 lb
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
39.76 x 22.83 x 17.05 Inches

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10 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Easy-to-use Hart SP Mower for a Disabled Female
I am a disabled female and was concerned about the weight of the mower, and whether the Hart mower would work for me even though it was self propelled. I bought it on Walmart.com. I did not load it into my car. A very nice man named Scott at the McCart Ave store in Fort Worth was on Walmart pick-up duty to load the mower into the car. My next worry was about unloading it because of my disabilities. I was able to push/slide the smooth-bottomed box out of my car. I slid the box out of the car onto my feet. It did not feel heavy at all. I already had another item to let the mower drop onto so there would be no impact to the floor.The smooth bottom of the box made it easy to slide around with my feet to allow enough room to roll the mower out, I sliced the packing tape, opened the box, and pried the heavy-duty staples out which was the hardest and most time-consuming part. I discovered that the mower was already assembled and ready to push out. All I had to do was extend the handle which snapped into place without any trouble like the instruction diagram indicated. I was worried about turning it on end to check for the piece of wood that the illustration indicated was underneath. They could change that. That part indicates how to change a blade, but confuses the buyer into thinking there is a piece of wood lodged like a safety piece you find while unpacking other items like printers or toaster ovens. Anyway, I put my foot on one tire and lifted. It wasnt any heavier than lifting my 13-lb bag of cat food . I rolled the mower out and nervously began doing something my disability has prevented years. The motor started right up with the push button. I set the Cruise Control on the lowest because I was afraid it would take off too fast for me. I pulled the self-propel bars toward me, and off we went on a nice leisurely pace. I didnt even have to push or pull to turn. Holding down one of the self-propel handles was like leading a horse in the direction you want to ride. The only problem I had with this experience was that I didnt place the bag correctly. I finally figured out that it was a user problem. My grass was mostly weed growth and quite tall. This mower tackled the job with ease. There were a few resistant-weed areas that I had to re-mow, but from what I remember about a heavy-duty gas mower, the need to re-mow a few areas again was the same. Weeds with stickers are awful, argh! I took a phone call and could hear above the noise; otherwise, the only thing I could hear were the stickers clicking underneath. It passed my disability test and the weed/sticker test. I can't wait to mow again, and to buy the blower weed-eater combo. That will have to wait to save up money again. When I go into my garage, I see my new mower stored on its end. I cant wait to mow again. I was a little sore the next morning, but Yay! I did it thanks to Hart and their building a mower that even I can use.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Do not reccomend
I bought this about 3 1/2 months ago we have used it multiple times and it's always a fight. Her $400 it gives out very easily and the battery does not last more than 20 minutes whether we do it in the morning at night when the grass is short or long or wet or dry we have tried everything. It takes Hours upon hours for the batteries to charge and yes we have two batteries thankfully and it moves really good when it actually goes but it takes us three days to mow a lawn that is not even a half acre large. Today I hit my breaking point because my neighbor came over seeing me struggle all day long trying to mow and mowed my lawn for me with his mower it was so embarrassing and I definitely do not recommend this. Also hart deleted my review so now I have to post it everywhere else.
Most helpful positive review
10 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Easy-to-use Hart SP Mower for a Disabled Female
I am a disabled female and was concerned about the weight of the mower, and whether the Hart mower would work for me even though it was self propelled. I bought it on Walmart.com. I did not load it into my car. A very nice man named Scott at the McCart Ave store in Fort Worth was on Walmart pick-up duty to load the mower into the car. My next worry was about unloading it because of my disabilities. I was able to push/slide the smooth-bottomed box out of my car. I slid the box out of the car onto my feet. It did not feel heavy at all. I already had another item to let the mower drop onto so there would be no impact to the floor.The smooth bottom of the box made it easy to slide around with my feet to allow enough room to roll the mower out, I sliced the packing tape, opened the box, and pried the heavy-duty staples out which was the hardest and most time-consuming part. I discovered that the mower was already assembled and ready to push out. All I had to do was extend the handle which snapped into place without any trouble like the instruction diagram indicated. I was worried about turning it on end to check for the piece of wood that the illustration indicated was underneath. They could change that. That part indicates how to change a blade, but confuses the buyer into thinking there is a piece of wood lodged like a safety piece you find while unpacking other items like printers or toaster ovens. Anyway, I put my foot on one tire and lifted. It wasnt any heavier than lifting my 13-lb bag of cat food . I rolled the mower out and nervously began doing something my disability has prevented years. The motor started right up with the push button. I set the Cruise Control on the lowest because I was afraid it would take off too fast for me. I pulled the self-propel bars toward me, and off we went on a nice leisurely pace. I didnt even have to push or pull to turn. Holding down one of the self-propel handles was like leading a horse in the direction you want to ride. The only problem I had with this experience was that I didnt place the bag correctly. I finally figured out that it was a user problem. My grass was mostly weed growth and quite tall. This mower tackled the job with ease. There were a few resistant-weed areas that I had to re-mow, but from what I remember about a heavy-duty gas mower, the need to re-mow a few areas again was the same. Weeds with stickers are awful, argh! I took a phone call and could hear above the noise; otherwise, the only thing I could hear were the stickers clicking underneath. It passed my disability test and the weed/sticker test. I can't wait to mow again, and to buy the blower weed-eater combo. That will have to wait to save up money again. When I go into my garage, I see my new mower stored on its end. I cant wait to mow again. I was a little sore the next morning, but Yay! I did it thanks to Hart and their building a mower that even I can use.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Do not reccomend
I bought this about 3 1/2 months ago we have used it multiple times and it's always a fight. Her $400 it gives out very easily and the battery does not last more than 20 minutes whether we do it in the morning at night when the grass is short or long or wet or dry we have tried everything. It takes Hours upon hours for the batteries to charge and yes we have two batteries thankfully and it moves really good when it actually goes but it takes us three days to mow a lawn that is not even a half acre large. Today I hit my breaking point because my neighbor came over seeing me struggle all day long trying to mow and mowed my lawn for me with his mower it was so embarrassing and I definitely do not recommend this. Also hart deleted my review so now I have to post it everywhere else.
I am a disabled female and was concerned about the weight of the mower, and whether the Hart mower would work for me even though it was self propelled. I bought it on Walmart.com. I did not load it into my car. A very nice man named Scott at the McCart Ave store in Fort Worth was on Walmart pick-up duty to load the mower into the car. My next worry was about unloading it because of my disabilities. I was able to push/slide the smooth-bottomed box out of my car. I slid the box out of the car onto my feet. It did not feel heavy at all. I already had another item to let the mower drop onto so there would be no impact to the floor.The smooth bottom of the box made it easy to slide around with my feet to allow enough room to roll the mower out, I sliced the packing tape, opened the box, and pried the heavy-duty staples out which was the hardest and most time-consuming part. I discovered that the mower was already assembled and ready to push out. All I had to do was extend the handle which snapped into place without any trouble like the instruction diagram indicated. I was worried about turning it on end to check for the piece of wood that the illustration indicated was underneath. They could change that. That part indicates how to change a blade, but confuses the buyer into thinking there is a piece of wood lodged like a safety piece you find while unpacking other items like printers or toaster ovens. Anyway, I put my foot on one tire and lifted. It wasnt any heavier than lifting my 13-lb bag of cat food . I rolled the mower out and nervously began doing something my disability has prevented years. The motor started right up with the push button. I set the Cruise Control on the lowest because I was afraid it would take off too fast for me. I pulled the self-propel bars toward me, and off we went on a nice leisurely pace. I didnt even have to push or pull to turn. Holding down one of the self-propel handles was like leading a horse in the direction you want to ride. The only problem I had with this experience was that I didnt place the bag correctly. I finally figured out that it was a user problem. My grass was mostly weed growth and quite tall. This mower tackled the job with ease. There were a few resistant-weed areas that I had to re-mow, but from what I remember about a heavy-duty gas mower, the need to re-mow a few areas again was the same. Weeds with stickers are awful, argh! I took a phone call and could hear above the noise; otherwise, the only thing I could hear were the stickers clicking underneath. It passed my disability test and the weed/sticker test. I can't wait to mow again, and to buy the blower weed-eater combo. That will have to wait to save up money again. When I go into my garage, I see my new mower stored on its end. I cant wait to mow again. I was a little sore the next morning, but Yay! I did it thanks to Hart and their building a mower that even I can use.
I bought this about 3 1/2 months ago we have used it multiple times and it's always a fight. Her $400 it gives out very easily and the battery does not last more than 20 minutes whether we do it in the morning at night when the grass is short or long or wet or dry we have tried everything. It takes Hours upon hours for the batteries to charge and yes we have two batteries thankfully and it moves really good when it actually goes but it takes us three days to mow a lawn that is not even a half acre large. Today I hit my breaking point because my neighbor came over seeing me struggle all day long trying to mow and mowed my lawn for me with his mower it was so embarrassing and I definitely do not recommend this. Also hart deleted my review so now I have to post it everywhere else.

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Easy-to-use Hart SP Mower for a Disabled Female

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I am a disabled female and was concerned about the weight of the mower, and whether the Hart mower would work for me even though it was self propelled. I bought it on Walmart.com. I did not load it into my car. A very nice man named Scott at the McCart Ave store in Fort Worth was on Walmart pick-up duty to load the mower into the car. My next worry was about unloading it because of my disabilities. I was able to push/slide the smooth-bottomed box out of my car. I slid the box out of the car onto my feet. It did not feel heavy at all. I already had another item to let the mower drop onto so there would be no impact to the floor.The smooth bottom of the box made it easy to slide around with my feet to allow enough room to roll the mower out, I sliced the packing tape, opened the box, and pried the heavy-duty staples out which was the hardest and most time-consuming part. I discovered that the mower was already assembled and ready to push out. All I had to do was extend the handle which snapped into place without any trouble like the instruction diagram indicated. I was worried about turning it on end to check for the piece of wood that the illustration indicated was underneath. They could change that. That part indicates how to change a blade, but confuses the buyer into thinking there is a piece of wood lodged like a safety piece you find while unpacking other items like printers or toaster ovens. Anyway, I put my foot on one tire and lifted. It wasnt any heavier than lifting my 13-lb bag of cat food . I rolled the mower out and nervously began doing something my disability has prevented years. The motor started right up with the push button. I set the Cruise Control on the lowest because I was afraid it would take off too fast for me. I pulled the self-propel bars toward me, and off we went on a nice leisurely pace. I didnt even have to push or pull to turn. Holding down one of the self-propel handles was like leading a horse in the direction you want to ride. The only problem I had with this experience was that I didnt place the bag correctly. I finally figured out that it was a user problem. My grass was mostly weed growth and quite tall. This mower tackled the job with ease. There were a few resistant-weed areas that I had to re-mow, but from what I remember about a heavy-duty gas mower, the need to re-mow a few areas again was the same. Weeds with stickers are awful, argh! I took a phone call and could hear above the noise; otherwise, the only thing I could hear were the stickers clicking underneath. It passed my disability test and the weed/sticker test. I can't wait to mow again, and to buy the blower weed-eater combo. That will have to wait to save up money again. When I go into my garage, I see my new mower stored on its end. I cant wait to mow again. I was a little sore the next morning, but Yay! I did it thanks to Hart and their building a mower that even I can use.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

I Love This Mower!

There are so many things to love about this mower. First of all, I’ve always hated the smell of gasoline every time I opened our storage shed, so I was thrilled when Hart offered up this mower for review through the Spark team. When the machine arrived, the first thing I noticed about it was it’s very cool, somewhat space-agey look. After reading through the instructions and charging the battery, which only took a few hours by the way, we decided to try it out. According to the instructions, remove the key put the battery in its slot and put the key in. Select the mowing height you’d like also. There are very clear instructions on the top of the unit also as far as how to start, which levers control the self propulsion and the blades, and there is also a speed control of the self-propelled mode, which is very cool also. I engaged in the slowest speed which was a perfectly good pace for me, you may want it a little faster. There is a mulch plug or a bagger that comes with the unit so you use either/or. And one of the biggest things I noticed about this was how quiet it is when it’s running. I think I could even more with 6:30 in the morning and not disturb my neighbors. I can’t say enough about this mower, so easy to use, it looks good and cuts well. And you can even store it upright so it doesn’t take up as much space as you might think. No negatives at all to report, give it a try.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Best way ever to cut grass

This is the best lawnmower ive ever had. No gas which is so much better for out climate. Charge this mower in a few hours then cut my whole yard in one hour. It practically mowed the yard by itself, all I had to pretty much do was guide it where I wanted it to cut. I have to say this is the best way ever to cut grass.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Super to use & does a great job

The 40-Volt Cordless Brushless 20-inch Self-Propelled Mower Kit by Hart, when i opened the box it looked more like a sleek racing car than a lawn mower. The handles attached easily and the height adjustment is a breeze to change at one spot. The battery charged up okay and slots into the battery holder and you insert the key -good to see the battery charger is small so doen`t take up my counter space. This mower cut my lush grass with no problems, sometimes i have to rock my gas mower because its choking out but i didn`t experience that problem with this battery mower. It has a lot of brilliant white plastic for its covering -im hoping that it doesnt absorb the grass stains. This machine makes yard work faster, easier.

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Love it

I was looking for something simple. I do not have a big yard and sick of dealing with gas and oil. So i figured I would give this a shot. So far I must say is really good. No issues with battery stays charged more then enough to get my yard done. Plus looks cool so that a plus. If you do not have a huge yard and want simple then go for it.

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by DenApril 6, 2020


1. Thanks for your question Den! This Hart Mower was manufactured in the People’s Republic of China under strict quality standards. If you have further questions and would like to speak with a Hart Customer Experience Professional, please call 1-800-776-5191, Hope this helps!
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by KymJuly 10, 2020


1. Hi Kym! Manuals for our products can be found on our website. I've linked below the page for this product. The manual will be located at the bottom of the page. Just click the "Support" button. Thank you! https://www.harttools.com/products/lawn-and-garden/mowers/40v-brushless-20-self-propelled-mower-kit
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by MilliMay 6, 2020


1. Hi Milli! Thanks for the question! This mower does come with a HART 40V 5.0Ah battery and a charger. Extra batteries can be purchased in-store or on Walmart.com. I've linked below to our HART 40v 2.5Ah battery. https://www.walmart.com/ip/HART-40-Volt-2-5Ah-Battery-Accessory-Lithium-Ion-On-Board-Fuel-Gauge/540261656
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