Redback 120 Volt Lawn Mower at Mowers Direct
Redback Offers the Most Robust Battery Power on Market
So you’re interested in a cordless electric lawn mower, but you’re worried the battery won’t be able to handle your big yard, right? Those days are over.
Finally, there’s an electric mower that can cut a large lawn, while operating without loud noise and gasoline odor.
It's the Redback 120-Volt Lithium-ion battery-powered lawn mower. Let’s take a look at what you’ll get out of this machine.
120-Volt Battery: The Rundown on Run Time
So, what’s the big deal? Well, this is the first-ever 2.0 Ah, 120-Volt Lithium-ion battery to be used on a lawnmower, which means you’ll get 60 minutes of run time on a single charge.
That is the best run time of any battery-powered electric mower on the market. To simplify your purchase, the Redback mower includes both the battery and charger.
Redback Mower Warranty
This lawn mower comes with a 5-year warranty. Most other brands only go up to 4-year warranties. That's 5 years that you can mow knowing that the manufacturer will take care of you and your mower.
You'll also find a 1-year warranty on its batteries so that your mower can run to its full potential.
Redback Power and Safety Features
The Redback 120-Volt lawn mower helps keep you safe. Its ergonomic and adjustable handle adapts to your height, so you don't have to reach high or bend down while operating it.
The mower also folds down, making it easy to store when not in use. The start button is found right on the handle, so it won't take much effort to turn the mower on. Redback's mower has a brushless motor, which can sense mowing speed to prevent you from being bogged down in thick areas of grass.
It maximizes run time, motor life, and battery charge, so you’ll only use the power that is needed to complete your current task, conserving battery life automatically. The 21” deck width is great for yards of all sizes, and it’s easy to mulch and bag with this mower, too.