Brill Razorcut Electric Push Mower Requires Little Actual Pushing

Smell that? Spring is in the air, which means it’s time to put on those loose, grass-stained, dirt-encrusted sneakers everyone keeps in the garage for their favorite springtime activity: lawn care. Meant to aid in the spring cleaning of your yard is the Brill Razorcut Accu electric reel mower, which, despite being a push mower, doesn’t require any heavy-duty pushing at all.

An electric mower, the Razorcut Accu only turns the blades so they turn at the same speed all the time and aren’t reliant on the push of the mower to do the chopping,” according to Red Ferret. “All you need to do is push it in the right place.” Powered by a 24-volt NiCad battery that bequeaths 500 charging cycles, the Razorcut Accu is a featherweight at only 29 pounds.

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Speaking of its battery, the NiCad only lasts for 30 minutes, but that’s still plenty of time for 2,500 square feet of lawn to receive its weekly trim. Should the battery croak before you finish, the Razorcut can still be pushed to the finish line.

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