Honda Eco Mower Reviews
Product Type: Honda Lawn Mower
Newest Review: ... electric mowers with induction motors cost the same as I ended up paying for a Honda petrol mower. The good things about a ... more
Customer Honda Eco Mower Reviews (4)
by TERRY - written on 03/03/07
hi,had a problem where the mower would start and run for approx. 10secs then cut out.stripped fuel system,all clear and still did it. Changed the spark plug and she now runs prefectly.hope this helps.
by - written on 01/12/02, updated on 22/09/03 (Very useful, 9364 readings)
Mowing a lawn is something that is best done little and often. Rotary mowers are designed to create a partial vacuum to make the grass stand up, so that it gets cut cleanly. When the grass gets long, then it takes longer to dry after rain. If you cut the grass when its wet, then the cut grass tends to clog up near the blade. Clumps of mown grass fall onto the lawn. Raking this up is time consuming and If you leave these in place, they will block out the light to the grass underneath and cause yellow patches. If you try to get around this problem by cropping the grass closely, but infrequently, the grass will not be as healthy. Grass that is cropped very short ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/01, updated on 12/03/01 (Useful, 2837 readings)
Afetr spending years struggling with an electric mower and then a petrol Flymo that kept breaking I was determined to get a mower that would start first time, every time! When Honda launched their Eco range a coule of years ago I knew I had to get one. Not having a massive amount of grass I didn't need self propelled machine and the entry model is a 16" rotary just right for my needs. Having used it for two seasons now it is pure joy to wheel it out, pull the cord and cut the grass. The grass bag is huge and the cut quality very crisp, adjustable in height as well. Best of all it's quiet... compared with the cacophony that erupts in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/00, updated on 30/06/00 (Very useful, 878 readings)
The Honda Eco-mower is a petrol driven, rotary mower. With an ample grass collector bag, it is a large mower suitable for the medium sized to larger garden. I wouldn't consider this mower for a small garden as it would be difficult to maneuver. On a larger garden it is ideal, being petrol driven it takes much of the hard work out of mowing the grass - just push the lever and go. It does take some time to get used to the power drive and cornering - when you set it off for the first time make sure you're in the middle of the garden with plenty of room or you'll be off into a flowerbed before you know it! There are a number of cut heights - making it ideal .. Read the complete review
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