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Re: Another weekend report

I read up on a Neutron electric mower one time and they suggested having a
spare battery so that you would never be caught needing to just finish a
little spot. I thought that was a great idea. I think they sell them on a
website... you could find them on a google search I am sure. I found it..
They looked so neat... even could get an attachment that would be an edger.
I have 2 acres so decided that I better not get one but they looked great
for a small yard. I have a small Lawnboy... that is very old but still runs great ( with a little tune up every once in a while) and a big riding Toro. I had a Dixon riding mower and loved it, traded it for the Toro. I miss the Dixon!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Theresa" <tchessie@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 9:52 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Another weekend report

HI Andrea-
I got mine at a "mower exchange" sponsored by the local electric
company- but they sell them at Home Depot and everywhere.  They are more
expensive than gas mowers (about $350 I think), but you never buy gas
anymore and it is so nice to just push a button to start it and not to
inhale gas fumes while mowing the lawn.  It is also way quieter than a
gas mower.
I don't know how long the charge lasts, because I've never used it up
yet!  I think they recommend them for lawns 1/3 acre or less- but you
should check they may have changed something since I got mine.  The
mower stays plugged in when you aren't using it, so it is always ready
charged, whenever you are.


A A HODGES wrote:

REALLY? Where did you get it? How long does the charge last? That sounds
like something I need.

Andrea H
EarthLink Revolves Around You.

[Original Message]
From: Theresa <tchessie@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Date: 2/21/2005 12:43:36 AM
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