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Is there such a thing??

Posted by beigestonehill z 6 /7VA (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 19, 14 at 9:45

Hey all you tool experts here is what I need and you can let me know if I am crazy or not for believing it may exist. I need a very small cordless electric lawn mover. I just got a new job as an estate gardener and the owner of the property likes grass everywhere, she hates the look of soil. I am planting low grow grass seed between her peonies ( all 150 of them) hydrangeas, lilacs and other shrubs. I will need to mow this grass in tight spaces periodically and I do not want to cut it by hand. Please help and Thank you

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RE: Is there such a thing??

Razor Sharp use to sell a small 13" electric mower. Cant say about cordless tho.

RE: Is there such a thing??

Will cordless hedge trimmers work? Why not use mulch on the dirt? Please post a picture of grass to be cut.

RE: Is there such a thing??

They sell these in different versions. 150$ on Amazon.
Black & Decker MTC220 12-Inch Lithium Cordless 3-in-1 Trimmer/Edger and Mower, 20-volt

RE: Is there such a thing??

The owner of the property hates the look of mulch she wants grass everywhere!?! I will check out razor sharp and Black and Decker. Thanks Have you ever heard of a WORX trimmer mower?

RE: Is there such a thing??

Hi beigestonehill,

"Have you ever heard of a WORX trimmer mower?"

WORX makes a trimmer mower. They also make a somewhat more conventional 14-inch electric lawn mower. For a little more money, you can get it with their Intellicut feature.

I have a now discontinued WORX 18-inch mower and I am reasonably satisfied with it after several years of hard usage. Be sure to follow their instructions regarding keeping the battery charged and storing it under good conditions.

(not associated with any product or vendor mentioned or linked)

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