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First name: Steven
Town: Charlotte
Date submitted: 4/21/21
Brand of product: STIHL
Class of product: Residential/Commercial
Type of product: Walk-Behind Mower
Model: RMA 510
Number of batteries included: 1
Number of seasons used: 1
Amount of time to recharge each battery: 15-20 mins
What do you like about this product?: It’s sturdy, well built/designed, and works great.
Is there anything you dislike about this product?: No
Do the batteries usually provide enough runtime to get the job done without needing to be recharged?: Yes
Does this mower have enough POWER to cut long and/or wet grass?: Yes

First name: Richard
Town: South Burlington
Date submitted: 5/19/21
Brand of product: Neuton
Class of product: Residential
Type of product: Walk-Behind
Model: CE6
Number of batteries included: 1
Cost of additional batteries: $150+
Amount of time to recharge each battery: Overnight
Number of seasons used: 10
What do you like about this product?: No noise; no gas or oil. Mulch or bag. Cuts through grass. Adjustable blade height (raise the blade!) Blade removal wrench included (never used it).
Is there anything you dislike about this product?: Battery cost. Neuton batteries are no longer available. However you can DIY the replacement of cells and follow a YouTube video on how to do it. Cost of three 12 V cells to fit inside of CE6 36 Volt bat: $60. Time to change over: less than an hour
Approximate size of lawn: 1/4 acre
Approximate time it takes to mow: 90 mins
Do the batteries usually provide enough runtime to get the job done without needing to be recharged?: Yes
Does this mower have enough POWER to cut long and/or wet grass?: Yes
Have you ever had an issue with this mower? Failed battery
How long did it take to get the problem resolved? A few days. Ordered cells; did the replacement in a single sitting — less than an hour.
If the product was NOT under warranty, how much did it cost to fix it? $60 for new cells. No labor costs.

First name: Sally
Town: Bristol
Date submitted: 4/30/21
Brand of product: Neuton
Class of product: Residential
Type of product: Walk-Behind
Model: CE5
Number of batteries included: 1
Cost of additional batteries: $99
Amount of time to recharge each battery: Overnight
Number of seasons used: 10
What do you like about this product?: Light weight, easy to handle, quiet, no exhaust, no gas, no oil, only once needed a new blade. No other repairs ever needed.
Is there anything you dislike about this product?: The early batteries didn’t last long. They improved greatly over time. Neuton was the pioneer brand of electric mower and is no longer available.
Approximate size of lawn: less than 1/2 acre
Approximate time it takes to mow: 30 mins
Do the batteries usually provide enough runtime to get the job done without needing to be recharged?: Yes
Does this mower have enough POWER to cut long and/or wet grass?: Yes
Have you ever had an issue with this mower? Blade was dull and damaged over time. Replaced once. Battery needed Replacement 2 times.
How long did it take to get the problem resolved? 2 days
If the product was NOT under warranty, how much did it cost to fix it? Blade: $20. Batteries $99 each on sale. Total $220.
How would you rate the customer service you received to get this problem resolved?: Excellent