Reel lawn mowers are sometimes thought of as old-fashioned, but they're making a comeback.
They’re easy on your ears, good for the environment, great exercise and inexpensive to maintain.
Think about it: Scissors and string trimmers both cut grass. They just do it differently. Reel lawn mowers cut more like a pair of high performance scissors.
Reel mowers leave behind nutrient-rich grass clippings which fertilize your lawn.
If you want a tidier yard, you should consider a grass catcher. Attach it behind the mower, and as you walk, the clippings collect in the catcher.
One thing you’re sure to love about your reel mower is it’s super simple to sharpen.
Just apply an abrasive paste to the blades, push the mower and the blades sharpen themselves as they spin.