The Earthwise 1715-16EW 16-Inch 7-Blade Push Reel Lawn Mower is a high quality product that offers a lot of features and benefits to the customer. It has a durable steel body that is powder coated for extra protection, and it comes with a grass catcher bag to help keep your lawn looking neat and tidy. The mower also has 7 adjustable blades that can be customized to fit your needs, and the ergonomic handle makes it easy to push.
The Earthwise 1715-16EW 16-Inch 7-Blade Push Reel Lawn Mower is a great way to keep your lawn looking neat and tidy.
This mower is easy to operate; just push it along and the blades will take care of the rest.
The 1715-16EW has a 16-inch cutting deck, making it perfect for small to medium sized lawns.
The 7 stainless steel blades are sharp and durable, and can handle even the thickest grass.
The 21-inch handle can be adjusted to fit any user, and the soft grip makes it easy to hold on to.
The earthwise power tools by alm 16 in dual wheel push lawn mower is a versatile and durable gardening tool that will help you maintain your lawn without noise or carbon dioxide emissions. It is able to cut bent grass such as bermuda, zoysia, centipede, St. Augustine, and seashore paspalum. Our gas-powered mowers are manufactured by the same company they have been since our automobiles first arrived.benzene has been used as an alternative fuel source ever since our cars began making use of it over one hundred years ago. Up to today, it remains accessible directly. While fueling up, you generally only need to consume a couple bananas. Aside from the bananas and milk, the usual lawn cutting results are left in its place. People’s ability to create lawnmowers in 1895 was the technological driving force behind our lawnmowers. What changed was the product people had access to. We have focused a century of technological development on this fundamental concept the reel lawn mower. Lightweight reel mowers harness the power of a century of innovation to the idea they work with today a small, well-manicured lawn. There is no longer a need for as much time-intensive mowing. People’s ability to create lawnmowers in 1895 was the technological driving force behind our lawnmowers. What changed was the product people had access to. We have focused a century of technological development on this fundamental concept the reel lawn mower. Lightweight reel mowers harness the power of a century of innovation to the idea they work with today a small, well-manicured lawn. There is no longer a need for as much time-intensive mowing. They’re always ready when you’re ready to use them, and they’re almost 100% maintenance-free, requiring no plugging in or throwing out of spark plugs, and they have virtually no engines to fuss with or clogged components. They’re ideal to the environment and perfect for your lawn, cleaning up the landscape for a tidy, refined cut. A furrowed lane of furrows has distinguished us as the proud purveyor of our most popular, on-demand lawn aerators.
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I really wanted to do a review on the Earthwise 103-16EW 7-blade push reel mower because it works so well. I have been mowing this year with the Fiskars 18 inch stay sharp max reel mower, and I have had some problems with it. The way the front wheels are so far in front of the cutting bed with the rear wheels so far behind it can make it an issue when mowing on even a gentle hill; the bed drags on the ground and the mower scalps. I also had a problem with any little debris in the yard catching in the reel and stopping the mower. When I purchased the sharpening kit, the first time I received a kit without a crank handle. Had to go through the return process and finally received the full kit. But then when I went to remove the small gear on the reel shaft, I torqued my allen wrench 90* trying to break loose the set screw before the bolt hole finally stripped out.
Top Customer Reviews for American 1715-16EW
GWL rated American 1715-16EW 5 out of 5 stars on June 6, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
I am a seventy two year old man with a 2000 sq. ft. yard(not yet a lawn) that I am transitioning to bermuda grass. Previous owner sometime in past had installed bermuda, but lawn had not been maintained and yard consisted of various weeds and a few sprigs of bermuda here and there last year when we moved in. My goal is to have a carpet-like lawn so I am creating the best environment I can for bermuda which includes, among other things, keeping it at about one inch and mowing at least twice a week. After much research I decided on the Earthwise seven blade mower due to reviews stating the seven blade mowers are best for bermuda and provided the smoothest cut. If I was intending to cut a larger area with taller grass of other varieties I would probably have opted for the Fiskars Stay Sharp, but I felt the Earthwise was a better choice for my needs and it cost about $115 as opposed to $200 for the Fiskars. I used it for the first time yesterday and am very pleased. Having not used a mower of this type in about sixty years I was a little apprehensive. Also, I had read several negative comments such as hard to push, flimsy handle that flexes, handles not wide enough, foam cushions on handles not being sturdy enough, hard to maneuver, doesn’t cut close enough to edges, blades and rollers locking up, noisy, and being hard to adjust mowing height. I found the mower to be as easy to push as a non-self propelled power mower. The handle is sturdy with no flex. The handle grips are plenty wide enough as the mower is easy to turn and maneuver. the foam grips seem as sturdy as any other foam grip I have used. I’ve never had a mower that didn’t require edging with a weed eater and this one is no different. I mowed my yard twice yesterday, first at the factory setting and next at a lower setting and had no lockups of any kind. The noise is not offensive and what I expected – sort of a combination of metallic clicking of blades touching the cutting bar and ‘whooshing’ of spinning blades. As far as adjusting cutting height, it is not as easy as some mowers which only require moving a lever as the bolts on either side of the rollers must be removed and re-tightened. However, no tools are required as the nuts that have to be loosened are large plastic wing nuts that I could easily manipulate even though I have some arthritis in my hands. This is not an issue for me anyway as I will likely leave it at the same setting most the time. Sorry about the long review, but I want to be specific as to what I am using it for and why it works for me. Also, I bought a sharpening kit with the mower, but after reading the manual it said with normal use and maintenance the blade will not need to be sharpened for several years. At my age needing to sharpen might not be an issue.
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J. Martin rated American 1715-16EW 3 out of 5 stars on May 24, 2018 and this is exact feedback provided:
Ease of use and ability to cut grass without locking up.
I bought this because it has 7 blades and I returned the 5 blade version I bought from Lowes. I ended up returning this for the 5 blade version but wider cut instead. My reasons why below.CONS1 The 7 blade version has rollers instead of wheels and from my experience causes the mower to lock up more while cutting grass. They should have put wheels on instead it makes it much easier to push and not lock up.2 The handle design makes it harder to push compared to the 5 blade version. While I was mowing it seemed like the handle was bending when I had to apply more force to push into the thick grass.3. One of my biggest issues is that you can’t adjust the mower without unscrewing the wedges on both sides. The 5 blade version adjust easily with the handles and it only takes a matter of seconds instead of minutes.4. It’s Loud. I thought this would be much quieter than my Ego battery powered lawn mower and it’s only slightly quieter. The high pitched noise the blades make when cutting is annoying.PROSThe good thing about this mower is you can get a lower cut than you could with the 5 blade version and you don’t have to mow over an area repeatedly as often.I would have given it 5 stars if they just put the 7 blade on the 5 version frame. It makes it so much easier.
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