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Re: LAwn Mower help


Hi Glen,
There are several cordless electric mowers on the market. Prices seem to  run 
from approx $200 for a Brookstone through $500 for a mulching Black and  
Decker. Try doing a Google search for cordless electric mowers. 
 
Carolyn
 
In a message dated 6/4/2005 1:22:05 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
gw1944@vermontel.net writes:

I was  told that there is a mower that works on a battery that needs to  be
charged. Is there such a mower? How does it work? How expensive?  Any
recommendations.I will not mow with anything that has an extension  cord. I
have gone through too many cords with my hedge clippers.

Any  and all advice would be appreciated. Brands too if possible.    thanks 
glen

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