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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

First name: Charles
Town: Sheldon
Date submitted: 2021-07-26
Brand of product: Ego
Class of product: Residential
Type of product: Walk-Behind
Model: LM2100SP
Number of batteries included: 1
Cost of additional batteries: $249.99
Amp-hour rating of batteries (if known): 
Amount of time to recharge each battery: 1.5 hrs
Number of seasons used: 1
What do you like about this product?: Quiet, no gas, oil, no fumes spark plugs, filters, belts or pulleys. lightweight, self-propelled, 21-inch cut. lithium ion battery, adjustable self propel speed, side discharge behind right rear wheel saving space on the side of the mower, easy to clean, folds up for storage
Is there anything you dislike about this product?: No
Approximate size of lawn: 1 acre
Approximate time it takes to mow: 3 hrs
Do the batteries usually provide enough runtime to get the job done without needing to be recharged?: No
was the advertised runtime supposed to be sufficient to complete your average job?: No
Please explain the circumstances when the runtime is NOT sufficient, and how you deal with that situation: I walk slowly and have many things to trim around. One battery lasts for 1.5 hours. I mow one day and finish the next day for a total of three hours. I do have another battery I could use if I wanted to mow the entire lawn in one day or I could charge the first battery and finish later that same day.