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11 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
Nice lawn mower. This lawn mower doesn't suck up grass clippings as well as my old mower,but I can live with it. much better than mower I used to cut my grass waiting to receive this one. The Honda engine is very easy to start & has plenty of power, it ate through my 7" tall grass with ease. The bag is high enough it doesn't drag when raising the front wheels. Overall happy with this mower.
I have had Yard-man products since 2004. Still have a working push mower and a 2007 riding mower. All still work great. This new mower is alot easier to push than the old one and being 60 plus that helps alot. All though this is the first Honda powered mower ever owned so far it out performs my 6.5 brigs and it is a smaller 5 hp. love it alot. I have recommended it to everyone.
I picked it up, at the Walmart.com desk, and the salesman loaded the box into my truck. I arrived at home, and opened the box. I followed the operators manual instructions, and after 20 minutes my new lawn mower was humming, and cutting the grass! Thank-You Sam, I know your watching us down here, and smiling. Thanks Walmart.
We set it up in 15 minutes. It started with the first pull!!!
side discharge falls off easily when bumped, blade very thin doesn't like any heavy, rough use
otherwise enjoy the mower very much
Adjusted the handle to suit me. Put gas and oil in it, pulled the rope, and it started! Only problem I had was assembling the grass catcher. Never had one before so was't familiar with the gadget. Mayhaps it's me, but the illustrations for catcher weren't as plain as they might have been. Got'er done, tho'. All is well and I am completely satisfied.
This is the best bargain for your money. I highly recommend this mower. it starts with every pull, simply prime the bulb three times; then pull the rope. I bought my mower two years ago, and it has a Briggs and Stratton engine. It is better than a mower four times the cost.
It there is any cheaper, toy like plastic material made anywhere in the world, the Yard-Man company hasn't found it yet. Have never seen a lawn mower this cheaply made.
the only minor discrepancy I found was that when you set the choke then hold the handle to start the mower, the choke releases before the mower is started.