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Europe Lawn Mower Market. Comprehensive Study and Strategic Analysis 2022-2027

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The Europe lawn mower market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.46% during 2022-2027

The research report offers revenue forecasts and insights in terms of unit volumes during the forecast period. In 2021, Europe accounted for nearly 35% of the global lawn mowers market, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.46% during the forecast period. The market is expected to witness the sale of 16484 thousand units of lawn mowers in Europe in 2027. The growth is attributed to the increasing construction of public gardens, parks, and commercial business complexes across various European countries. In addition, the high penetration of green spaces in Northern and Western Europe supports the demand for lawn mowers in the European market. However, in Eastern Central Europe, the market will witness sluggish demand in the residential segment because of the low popularity of garden and lawn beautification among households.


The increasing government initiatives to regulate the noise levels encourage the vendors to launch new models with additional features. For instance, Directive 2000/14/EC of the European Commission has set various regulations and guidelines for the noise emissions of outdoor equipment, leading to the development of lawnmowers with lower noise emissions in the European market.

The high gasoline in various European countries such as Norway, Finland, Iceland, and others due to the Russia and Ukraine conflict is expected to hamper the demand for gasoline-based lawn mowers in the respective markets. However, the government’s efforts to reduce the fuel by cutting down the tax rates are likely to reduce the impact on the gasoline-based lawn mowers market.

Several European countries have witnessed the growing popularity of artificial turf among consumers in recent years. over, soccer fields across Europe have already started using artificial grass, which will hinder the growth of professional lawn mowers in the market. According to the global artificial turf market report, the industry is growing at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2022 to 2027.

The offline distribution channel dominated the market, accounting for a revenue share of 62.39% in 2021, and is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period due to high customer preference to comprehend the functionalities and uses of the product before making the final purchase. The entry of traditional garden equipment manufacturers into the market has increased the sale of lawn mowers through offline channels such as specialty stores and supermarkets worldwide. Although the trend of selling these devices online is rising, a significant share of lawn mower distribution takes place through specialty stores.

Segmentation by End-User

Segmentation by Distribution Channel



Husqvarna Group, KUBOTA Corporation, Stanley, Black Decker, STIGA Group, and The Toro Company are some of the leading players dominating the Europe lawn mowers market. The market competition is expected to intensify further with increased product extensions, growth in technological innovations, and mergers and acquisitions. A rise in product/service expansions, technical advancements, and MAs are expected to exacerbate industry competitiveness further. The publisher assumes that international players will develop inorganically in the future by acquiring regional or local players. Several companies are also shifting their policy towards expansion and profitable growth to realize the full potential of market leadership.

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Table of Contents

4.1 Market Definition4.1.1 Inclusions4.1.2 Exclusions4.1.3 Market Estimation Caveats4.2 Base Year4.3 Scope of the Study4.4 Market Segmentation4.4.1 Market Segmentation by Product4.4.2 Market Segmentation by End-user4.4.3 Market Segmentation by Fuel Type4.4.4 Market Segmentation by Blade Type4.4.5 Market Segmentation by Drive Type4.4.6 Market Segmentation by Start Type4.4.7 Market Segmentation by Distribution Channel

7.1 Overview7.1.1 Development of Li-Ion Battery7.1.2 Robotic Lawn Mowers7.2 History of Lawn Mowers7.3 Import Export Statistics7.3.1 Lawn Mowers With Cutting Device Rotating in Horizontal Plane7.3.2 Lawn Mowers With Cutting Device Rotating in Vertical Plane7.4 Consumer Behavior7.5 Penetration of Grassland Area7.6 Urban Green Spaces7.7 Gasoline Trend: Europe7.8 Lawn Mowers Market: Expert Insights7.9 Recent Developments7.9.1 New Product Launches7.9.2 Mergers, Acquisitions Partnerships7.10 Dynamics of Landscaping Industry7.11 Value Chain Analysis7.11.1 Overview7.11.2 Raw Material Component Suppliers7.11.3 Manufacturers7.11.4 Dealers/Distributors7.11.5 Retailers7.11.6 End-users7.12 Impact of Covid-19

8.1 Integrating Lawn Mowers With Technology8.2 Exceptional Growth Across Landscaping Industry8.3 Growing Availability of Alternative Fuel Options8.4 High Adoption of Green Roofs Spaces8.5 Development of Smart Cities

9.1 Growing Demand from Golf Courses9.2 Rising Number of Manufacture-Led Programs Initiatives9.3 Rise in Homeownership Home Improvement Projects9.4 Surge in Commercial Construction Projects

10.1 High Consumer Preference for Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Artificial Grass10.2 Erosion of Vendor Margins Due to Volatility in Raw Material Prices10.3 High Pollution Levels Associated With Gasoline Commercial Lawn Mowers

11.1 Market Overview11.2 Geographic Insights11.3 Market Size Forecast11.3.1 by Value11.3.2 by Volume11.4 Five Forces Analysis11.4.1 Threat of New Entrants11.4.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers11.4.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers11.4.4 Threat of Substitutes11.4.5 Competitive Rivalry

12.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)12.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)12.3 Market Overview12.4 Walk-Behind Lawn Mowers12.4.1 Market Overview12.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)12.5 Ride-On Lawn Mowers12.5.1 Market Overview12.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)12.6 Robotic Lawn Mowers12.6.1 Market Overview12.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

13.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)13.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)13.3 Market Overview13.4 Reel/Cylinder Mowers13.4.1 Market Overview13.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)13.5 Self-Propelled Mowers13.5.1 Market Overview13.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)13.6 Push Mowers13.6.1 Market Overview13.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)13.7 Hover Mowers13.7.1 Market Overview13.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

14.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)14.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)14.3 Standard Ride-On Mowers14.3.1 Market Overview14.3.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)14.4 Zero-Turn Mowers14.4.1 Market Overview14.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)14.5 Lawn Tractors14.5.1 Market Overview14.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)14.6 Garden Tractors14.6.1 Market Overview14.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

15.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)15.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)15.3 Market Overview15.4 Manual Push15.4.1 Market Overview15.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)15.5 Gasoline15.5.1 Market Overview15.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)15.6 Corded Electric15.6.1 Market Overview15.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)15.7 Cordless/Battery-Powered Electric15.7.1 Market Overview15.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)15.8 Propane15.8.1 Market Overview15.8.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

16.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)16.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)16.3 Market Overview16.4 Residential16.4.1 Market Overview16.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)16.5 Professional Landscaping Services16.5.1 Market Overview16.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)16.6 Golf Courses Other Sports Arenas16.6.1 Market Overview16.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)16.7 Government Others16.7.1 Market Overview16.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

17.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)17.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)17.3 Market Overview17.4 Manual Drive17.4.1 Market Overview17.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)17.5 Rwd17.5.1 Market Overview17.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)17.6 Fwd17.6.1 Market Overview17.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)17.7 Awd17.7.1 Market Overview17.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

18.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)18.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)18.3 Market Overview18.4 Key Start18.4.1 Market Overview18.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)18.5 Push Start18.5.1 Market Overview18.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)18.6 Recoil Start18.6.1 Market Overview18.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)18.7 No Start18.7.1 Market Overview18.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

19.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)19.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)19.3 Market Overview19.4 Deck/Standard Blades19.4.1 Market Overview19.4.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)19.5 Mulching Blades19.5.1 Market Overview19.5.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)19.6 Lifting Blades19.6.1 Market Overview19.6.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)19.7 Cylinder Blades19.7.1 Market Overview19.7.2 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

20.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)20.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)20.3 Market Overview20.4 Offline20.4.1 Market Overview20.4.2 Dealers Distributors20.4.3 Specialty Stores20.4.4 Mass Market Players20.4.5 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)20.5 Online20.5.1 Market Overview20.5.2 Direct Sales20.5.3 Third-Party Sales20.5.4 Market Size Forecast 2021-2027 (Value Volume)

21.1 Market Overview21.2 Product21.2.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.3 Fuel Type21.3.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.4 End-user21.4.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.5 Drive Type21.5.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.6 Start Type21.6.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.7 Blade Type21.7.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.8 Distribution Channel21.8.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)21.9 Key Countries21.9.1 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Value)21.9.2 Market Snapshot Growth Engine (Volume)21.10 UK21.10.1 Market Overview21.10.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.10.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11 Germany21.11.1 Market Overview21.11.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.11.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12 France21.12.1 Market Overview21.12.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.12.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13 Italy21.13.1 Market Overview21.13.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.13.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14 Spain21.14.1 Market Overview21.14.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.14.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15 Sweden21.15.1 Market Overview21.15.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.15.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16 Netherlands21.16.1 Market Overview21.16.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.16.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17 Belgium21.17.1 Market Overview21.17.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.17.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18 Poland21.18.1 Market Overview21.18.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.18.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19 Switzerland21.19.1 Market Overview21.19.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.19.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20 Finland21.20.1 Market Overview21.20.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.20.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21 Austria21.21.1 Market Overview21.21.2 Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.3 Product: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.4 Fuel Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.5 End-user: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.6 Drive Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.7 Start Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.8 Blade Type: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)21.21.9 Distribution Channel: Market Size Forecast (Value Volume)

23.1 Ariens Company (Ariensco)23.1.1 Business Overview23.1.2 Product Offerings23.1.3 Key Strategies23.1.4 Key Strengths23.1.5 Key Opportunities23.2 Deere Company23.2.1 Business Overview23.2.2 Product Offerings23.2.3 Key Strategies23.2.4 Key Strengths23.2.5 Key Opportunities23.3 Honda23.3.1 Business Overview23.3.2 Product Offerings23.3.3 Key Strategies23.3.4 Key Strengths23.3.5 Key Opportunities23.4 Husqvarna Group23.4.1 Business Overview23.4.2 Product Offerings23.4.3 Key Strategies23.4.4 Key Strengths23.4.5 Key Opportunities23.5 Kubota Corporation23.5.1 Business Overview23.5.2 Product Offerings23.5.3 Key Strategies23.5.4 Key Strengths23.5.5 Key Opportunities23.6 Robert Bosch23.6.1 Business Overview23.6.2 Product Offerings23.6.3 Key Strategies23.6.4 Key Strengths23.6.5 Key Opportunities23.7 Stanley Black Decker23.7.1 Business Overview23.7.2 Product Offerings23.7.3 Key Strategies23.7.4 Key Strengths23.7.5 Key Opportunities23.8 Stiga Group23.8.1 Business Overview23.8.2 Product Offerings23.8.3 Key Strategies23.8.4 Key Strengths23.8.5 Key Opportunities23.9 the Toro Company23.9.1 Business Overview23.9.2 Product Offerings23.9.3 Key Strategies23.9.4 Key Strengths23.9.5 Key Opportunities

24.1 Agco24.1.1 Business Overview24.1.2 Product Offerings24.2 Alfred Karcher Se Co. Kg24.2.1 Business Overview24.2.2 Product Offerings24.3 Al-Ko Gardentech24.3.1 Business Overview24.3.2 Product Offerings24.4 Altoz24.4.1 Business Overview24.4.2 Product Offerings24.5 As-Motor24.5.1 Business Overview24.5.2 Product Offerings24.6 Bobcat Company24.6.1 Business Overview24.6.2 Product Offerings24.7 Briggs Stratton24.7.1 Business Overview24.7.2 Product Offerings24.8 Chervon Group24.8.1 Business Overview24.8.2 Product Offerings24.9 Cobra24.9.1 Business Overview24.9.2 Product Offerings24.10 Einhell Germany AG24.10.1 Business Overview24.10.2 Product Offerings24.11 Emak Group24.11.1 Business Overview24.11.2 Product Offerings24.12 E.Zicom.24.12.1 Business Overview24.12.2 Product Offerings24.13 Generac Power Systems24.13.1 Business Overview24.13.2 Product Offerings24.14 Greenworks Tools24.14.1 Business Overview24.14.2 Product Offerings24.15 Grey Technology (Gtech)24.15.1 Business Overview24.15.2 Product Offerings24.16 Hangzhou Favor Robot Technology Co. Ltd24.16.1 Business Overview24.16.2 Product Offerings24.17 Ihi Shibaura Machinery Corporation24.17.1 Business Overview24.17.2 Product Offerings24.18 Irobot24.18.1 Business Overview24.18.2 Product Offerings24.19 LG Electronics24.19.1 Business Overview24.19.2 Product Offerings24.20 Lineatielle S.R.L.24.20.1 Business Overview24.20.2 Product Offerings24.21 Makita24.21.1 Business Overview24.21.2 Product Offerings24.22 Mamibot Manufacturing Usa24.22.1 Business Overview24.22.2 Product Offerings24.23 Masport24.23.1 Business Overview24.23.2 Product Offerings24.24 Milagrow Humantech24.24.1 Business Overview24.24.2 Product Offerings24.25 Ningbo Ngp Industry Co. Ltd.24.25.1 Business Overview24.25.2 Product Offerings24.26 Positec Group (Worx)24.26.1 Business Overview24.26.2 Product Offerings24.27 Stihl24.27.1 Business Overview24.27.2 Product Offerings24.28 Sumec Group Corporation24.28.1 Business Overview24.28.2 Product Offerings24.29 Techtronic Industries24.29.1 Business Overview24.29.2 Product Offerings24.30 Textron Inc.24.30.1 Business Overview24.30.2 Product Offerings24.31 the Grasshopper Company24.31.1 Business Overview24.31.2 Product Offerings24.32 the Kobi Company24.32.1 Business Overview24.32.2 Product Offerings24.33 Volta24.33.1 Business Overview24.33.2 Product Offerings24.34 Wiper S.R.L.24.34.1 Business Overview24.34.2 Product Offerings24.35 Yamabiko Europe (Belrobotics)24.35.1 Business Overview24.35.2 Product Offerings24.36 Zipper Maschinen GmbH24.36.1 Business Overview24.36.2 Product Offerings24.37 Zhejiang Tianchen Intelligence Technology24.37.1 Business Overview24.37.2 Product Offerings24.38 Zucchetti Centro Sistemi (Zcs)24.38.1 Business Overview24.38.2 Product Offerings

26.1 Product26.1.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.2 Fuel Type26.2.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.3 End-user26.3.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.4 Drive Type26.4.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.5 Start Type26.5.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.6 Blade Type26.6.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)26.7 Distribution Channel26.7.1 Market Size Forecast 2017-2027 (Value Volume)


Our research comprises a mix of primary and secondary research. The secondary research sources that are typically referred to include, but are not limited to, company websites, annual reports, financial reports, company pipeline charts, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings, journals and conferences, internal proprietary databases, news articles, press releases, and webcasts specific to the companies operating in any given market.

Primary research involves email interactions with the industry participants across major geographies. The participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to, CEOs, VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers. We primarily rely on internal research work and internal databases that we have populated over the years. We cross-verify our secondary research findings with the primary respondents participating in the study.


AL-KO offer a comprehensive range of lawn mowers, whether you are looking for a petrol powered mower suitable for mowing in a large garden or a compact cordless or electric lawnmower for maintaining small garden lawns, you are sure to find the ideal mower to suit your needs. For fully automated lawncare, check out our Robolinho® robotic lawn mower.

With more than 50 years of experience in developing lawn mowers in Germany using high quality components and the latest manufacturing techniques, AL-KO lawn mowers are designed to deliver high performance and a long working life.

Cutting height adjustment

The cutting height can be conveniently adjusted with a single handle. Depending on the model, the adjustment is made for each individual wheel or centrally in up to 7 steps.

The mulch plug (included with some models) can be fitted without tools. The particularly fine grass cuttings are incorporated into the lawn as a natural fertiliser.

The tyres on AL-KO lawnmowers are gentle on the lawn and ensure optimum mowing comfort. The wheel drive of the XL or XXL rear wheels also guarantees the best traction on the lawn.

Full box, fewer breaks

The MaxAirflow-Technology ensures that the lawn cuttings reach the back of the collector box, which means that the box is filled to the top and needs emptying less often.

The aerodynamic plastic grass catcher box with large capacity indicates when the box needs to be emptied thanks to the integrated fill level indicator.

Mounting removal made easy

Goodbye to back pain and trapped fingers. Thanks to the EasyClick suspension with guide rail, removing and fitting the collector box box is child’s play.

Whether you prefer mowing and catching, mulching or side discharge, our innovative mower housings guarantee you the best results in lawn care. Our extensive range of accessories offers the right solution for every requirement.

Grip-optimised switch brackets and EasyDrive cockpit with soft handle (depending on model) make mowing enormously easier. Even more comfortable is lawn mowing with wheel drive or, depending on the model, with speed-regulating Vario Speed.

Thanks to their innovative design and optimised air cooling, Briggs Stratton Exi and InStart engines use significantly less oil than comparable 4-stroke engines. Due to a lower heating, the lubricating properties of the oil are also retained much longer, which means that refilling instead of replacing is sufficient.

The integrated front carrying handle is not only ideal when it comes to lifting the mower over steps or obstacles. It also makes it much easier to transport or stow away the mower.

A simple press of a button shows the current charge state of the AL-KO battery. Thanks to lithium-ion technology, it can be recharged quickly without any memory effect.

The safety key protects against unintentional starting on battery mowers. The engine only starts when the key is inserted and turned. After removal, the mower can be safely stored.

Engineered in Germany, made in Austria

In search of the optimum, with the aim of creating a piece of the future. The majority of our lawnmowers are manufactured in Austria. AL-KO, that means garden tools engineered in Germany. For more than 50 years we have been designing and developing garden tools that combine innovative spirit, highest quality and state-of-the-art technology. AL-KO, that means lawnmowers made in Austria and that since 1966.

Practical and comfortable electric lawn mowers

The grass box collects the cut material and thanks to its practical carrying handle as well as the large opening, allows for simple and complete emptying. So that you do not disturb your neighbours, we have placed great emphasis on extremely quiet, high quality induction motors in our electric lawnmowers.

Electric lawn mower: silent, fast and easy mowing

To achieve the dream of having of a well-kept lawn to simply sit outside and relax in can be possible using an AL-KO electric lawn mower. They are extremely lightweight and make lawn mowing very comfortable with an ergonomically shaped and height-adjustable handlebar. For the perfect cutting of your lawn, you can change the cutting height quickly and easily on our electric mowers.

Discover our wide range of lawnmowers

Petrol lawnmowers. in use for years, tried and tested for years

Petrol lawnmowers are the classics among mowers. They are used to mow large areas of grass, slopes, difficult terrain and gardens with many trees. AL-KO petrol lawnmowers are designed for garden sizes of up to 2,500 m². Thanks to the built-in wheel drive on some models, mowing hardly requires any muscle power.

| Petrol lawnmowers are independent: Petrol mowers ensure maximum independence, especially in larger gardens with fruit trees, electric mowers quickly reach their limits or are restricted in use by a cable.

| High grass is (almost) no problem: Lawnmowers will have problems at some point if the grass is taller. Thanks to powerful engines and aerodynamic housing shapes, this limit is clearly pushed up with AL-KO petrol lawnmowers.

| Rapid mowing of large lawns: Once started, the gardener can get started and create large areas in a very short time. As the mower is wirelessly independent, a high degree of freedom of movement is guaranteed.

| Large collecting boxes: The large, easy-to-fill collecting baskets, often even with a level indicator, ensure long mowing intervals.

Electric lawnmower. light and comfortable, ideal for small to medium-sized lawns

We use the advantages of the electric motor and combine them with proven mechanical components. Everything for your perfect lawn cut. Thanks to their quiet operation, electric lawnmowers are particularly suitable for the gardens of terraced houses with smaller gardens, or built up areas. As an electric cable is required, we recommend electric lawnmowers for small and medium-sized gardens up to 900 square metres with only a few trees and other obstacles. Their light weight, comfortable operation, low-maintenance, emission-free motor and beautiful lawn cut will also impress you.

| Mowing close to edges: Thanks to the special housing geometry, mow easily next to walls and fences.

| Mulching on request: the mulching wedge (included with some models) can be inserted without tools. The particularly fine grass cuttings are incorporated into the lawn as a natural fertiliser.

| Easy to transport: Thanks to the integrated carrying handle and recessed grip on the front of the housing (on some models), the lawn mower is easy to transport. The lawnmower can be stowed away to save space with a folding handlebar. The catcher basket can be removed for this purpose.

Battery-powered lawnmowers: no exhaust, no cable. but full mowing power in small to medium-sized gardens

Our battery-powered lawnmowers are ideal for gardens up to 700 square metres.

Opt for a battery-powered lawnmower if you want a light, handy device that you can use flexibly and easily with a high action radius. The heart of the AL-KO cordless lawnmowers is a high-quality Li-Ion battery. The lithium-ion technology ensures that the battery does not discharge itself and prevents the memory effect, which would reduce the effective capacity of the battery. In the case of the AL-KO battery family, light-emitting diodes provide reliable information about the current charge level. So you can always count on a powerful device.

Battery mowers are real lightweights that are both easy to transport and easy to store. For this purpose, some models have folding bars that fold up for easy storage.

It is very important: Before you start your petrol lawnmower, you should first check whether there is any petrol in the tank. If you have a 4-stroke petrol lawnmower, you must check the oil level (with the dipstick). This can be read off the dipstick.

To start, it is best to place the lawnmower on a level surface, naturally without stones. not yet on the lawn you want to mow. Grass can make starting more difficult.

The rule of thumb in Central Europe is: 4-6 cm lawn height is ideal. Whether you use a battery-powered, electric or petrol lawnmower. you should ideally shorten your lawn by 1/3, but be careful in the dry months, otherwise the grass edges will dry out.

The term sinks is used when too much fuel gets from the carburettor into the ignition chamber and gets wet in the process. The solution is simple: unscrew the spark plug, dry it carefully or, if necessary, use a second spark plug.

To prepare the engine of petrol lawnmowers ideally for the resting phase in winter, the first thing you should do is check the tank capacity. As fuel that has not been used for a long period of time carburettors and thus loses its ignition capability, the tank should be emptied. To remove the fuel down to the last drop, it is best to let the carburettor idle until the engine dies off on its own. Change the engine oil according to the engine manual. On petrol-powered mowers you should also check the spark plugs. If these are very dirty or the electrode gap does not fit, you should take the unit to your dealer.

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Decide freely according to your requirements and choose the right lawn mower for you from our large range. whether you are looking for a reasonably priced entry-level model, a convenient premium machine or an efficient all-rounder. They all convince you with sophisticated, innovative technology, well thought-out, comfortable equipment and an engine that meets all requirements. This makes lawn mowing a pleasure on any terrain and in any garden.

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The housings are largely made of robust powder-coated steel or durable, hard-wearing aluminium which are processed in such a way to ensure that AL-KO lawn mowers are manoeuvrable and easy to operate. Some models can even mow close to the edge. Time-saving, practical and, above all, optimal for the lawn is the possibility of simultaneous mulching on many AL-KO machines. The included mulching plug shreds the clippings in the housing, which then fall back into the lawn.

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Mowers Trimmers

Keeping your lawn in shape can be a difficult task in the summer when you’re dealing with fluctuating temperatures and unruly grass growth. Left untamed, your beautiful yard can eventually evolve into an eyesore, a haven for mosquitoes, or a jungle that makes it difficult to even use.

At La Torre Hardware in Vineland, NJ, we have a wide selection of top quality power lawn equipment and pruning tools to help make caring for your lawn a breeze. From riding lawn mowers for large yards to small weed trimmers and shears, our knowledgeable staff can help set you up with the best equipment to get the job done right.


Our wide selection of lawn mowers includes options for every yard, from the small patch of grass behind your apartment building to the vast expansive lawn on your new home. With assistance from our skilled team at La Torre Hardware, you’ll be able to find a lawn mowing option that enables you to take care of your lawn in a way that’s comfortable and easy. Our lawn mower selection includes:

  • Walk-behind lawn mowers in a wide range of styles for smaller lawns and yards
  • Riding mowers, including models ranging from small to large to fit your lawn’s needs

Power Trimmers and Tools

Our power trimmer and tool selection is designed to keep hedges and lawns in shape year-round without major hassle. Instead of having to hack away at each weed or unruly hedge, these tools allow you to quickly and carefully sculpt hedges, clean grass lines or remove tree branches. Our power trimmer selection includes:

  • Weed trimmers
  • Powered pruners and shears
  • Edgers
  • Hedge trimmers
  • Chainsaws
  • Log splitters
  • Tillers

Snow Blowers and Leaf Blowers

For the fall and winter months, your yard likely needs leaf and snow removal rather than lawn mowing and trimming. While shoveling and raking are the preferred option for some, the repetitive motion of these tasks can lead to back problems or other discomfort. For those interested in an easier yard maintenance option, our selection includes:

  • Snow throwers that easily clean driveways, walkways, patios, and more
  • Leaf blowers to clear the yard of downed leaves come fall and protect waterways
  • Wood chippers to make disposing of yard waste simple and useful

The Best Robot Lawn Mower

New robotic lawn mowers have eliminated the nuisances that kept older models from delivering what most folks are hoping for: a big lawn mowed constantly, with zero oversight and minimal maintenance.

Several such mowers are emerging in 2023, and they’re quite pricey. But they’re already looking good enough to shift the conversation on what’s possible in lawn care.

We’ve tested one model so far (with plans for testing more as soon as they’re available). It’s the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS, and we’ve been more than impressed with its capabilities.

The best robot mower (so far)

A premium model with unmatched features, this mower raises your capabilities while reducing your effort. It corrects many limitations of older bots, but it’s not perfect.

Why you should trust us

I’ve been writing about tools and outdoor power equipment since 2007, and I’ve been testing lawn mowers and outdoor power equipment for Wirecutter since 2013. To learn more about robot mowers, I spoke with four leading manufacturers: Ambrogio, Husqvarna, Toro, and Worx.

Who this is for

Consider a robot lawn mower if the following features and capabilities particularly appeal to you.

Robotic mowers are tireless workers. Instead of mowing an area once a week, they can cut it once a day or every other day. This consistent maintenance not only keeps a lawn looking pristine but also improves turf health, because the mower is cutting only the very tip of each blade of grass, and the small cutoffs quickly feed back into the soil. In addition, most robotic mowers cut with small razor blades, so the cut is smooth, not the jagged tear you get from traditional mower blades once they’ve dulled a little. With that cleaner cut, grass is less likely to develop brown tips.

The new generation of robotic mowers can do more. Like a robot vacuum, a robot mower needs a clearly defined work area. Until now, defining that area has required the use of a boundary wire—either buried a few inches deep or pinned down with clips—around the perimeter of the lawn. Installing the wire is a fiddly process, and if it is ever damaged by an animal, a snowplow, or an errant shovel, finding and fixing the break can be difficult. To reshape the work area, you install additional boundary wires. The new mowers eliminate the need for the wire, using satellite positioning or onboard sensors instead, and their app-based controls allow for scheduled cutting, multiple work areas, cutting-height adjustments, mowing patterns, and even weather monitoring.

New robot mowers can handle bigger yards. How much acreage a robot mower can handle is determined by the battery life, namely how much can it mow and charge in a single day. Previous robot mowers worked in random patterns, which is not the most efficient method. New mowers can move in organized patterns, such as straight lines across a yard. Your lawn can look nicer as a result, and the mower doesn’t waste time criss-crossing over previously mowed areas. Thanks to this increased efficiency, a mower battery that could have handled 1.5 acres previously can now cover up to 2.5 acres. This kind of large-scale cutting puts the best robotic mowers alongside comparably priced tools such as riding mowers and zero-turns.

How we tested

As of spring 2023, boundary-free robotic mowers are just being released in the US. We found two available models, the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS and the Ambrogio Twenty ZR. We’ve spent more than a month with the Husqvarna model as of May 2023. We plan to test other models from Toro, Worx, and possibly Ambrogio as soon as they’re available at retail.

We installed the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS on a complex lawn in rural New Hampshire. The hilly lawn is roughly 2 acres and is littered with obstructions including blueberries, a wood shed, multiple flower gardens, a vegetable garden, a chicken coop, six Apple trees, maples, soccer nets, and a fire pit. Mowing this lawn with a riding mower takes roughly two hours. Our intent was to set up the robot mower on only a portion of the lawn and see how it did, but once we got into testing, we kept increasing the number of mowing areas until the entire lawn was being mowed by the relentless little machine.

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The Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS is a boundary-free robotic mower that relies on satellite positioning to maneuver around a yard. The associated app allows you to create and manage mowing zones, stay-out areas, mow patterns, cutting-height adjustments, and more. In our testing, it worked well beyond its listed capabilities, proving itself to be an excellent lawn-maintenance tool. It’s not ideal for every lawn—using it involves some annoyances, and it needs good satellite reception and a wide-open sky. But in locations where it’s a strong fit, it’s worth considering, even with its nearly 6,000 price tag.

The package consists of four parts: the mower, the charging station, the reference station, and the app. You have some restrictions on where to set the pieces up, due to the system’s reliance on satellites. According to the manual, the reference station, which looks like a weather station, should have 160 degrees of clear sky above it, so installing it up high and on a pole is recommended. Don’t mount it on the side of a building. Note that the reference station is responsible for the heightened accuracy of the mower—down to about a centimeter—so if the installation is loose, and the reference station moves or swings around on the mounting pole, the entire lawn map will shift accordingly.

You have two ways to connect the phone app to the mower. Option one is Automower Direct, which uses Bluetooth; option two is Automower Connect, which uses cell reception. Certain features, such as mapping a mowing area, appear in the app only on the Bluetooth connection. The cellular connection lets you control the mower from any remote location (though we had problems setting it up). You can also connect the mower to Amazon Alexa or Google Home.

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The most time-consuming part is setting up the mowing areas. You accomplish this by driving the mower around the edge of the defined area, using the app as a controller, and marking points to create the boundary. Once you’ve established the perimeter, you can create stay-out zones for objects such as flower gardens, a birdbath, a child’s play structure, a tree, or a berry patch. Finally, you create a path for the mower to return to the charger. You can create multiple areas, too. Depending on your property or yard, this can be an involved process, and figuring everything out takes a while. Thankfully, once you’ve established an area, you can move the boundary points; in our tests, after the mower cut an area a few times, we could see where our initial points were off and could make slight adjustments.

With the mowing areas established, the fun begins. You can customize each work area with its own schedule, mowing height, and mowing pattern. Because everything happens through satellites, the mower can also work at night (it has headlights that you can turn on for safety), in the rain, or whenever is convenient. For example, the kids get home from school and often play in the yard around 3 p.m., so we kept the mower off-duty at that time.

We were surprised by how well it could handle our test lawn. All set up, our lawn had eight mowing areas and 21 stay-out zones. It worked—and it’s still working. Mowing that lawn with a riding mower typically takes approximately two hours, once a week. Going all mowing season long with the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS, that will be at least 50 hours we’ll have back. We’ll also have no need to deal with refilling gas, changing oil, or winterizing an engine.

The mowing patterns are customizable. We kept things simple with a straight-line mow pattern, but you can also choose a cross pattern or a triangle pattern. You can fully customize the direction of the mow lines, as well, so you can have them run parallel to the front of the house, perpendicular, or at any angle you want. Unfortunately, you can’t mow words into your yard. (Everyone asks that question.)

It cuts with three small razor blades attached to a spinning disk. The blades are double-sided, and each time the mower goes out to work, it reverses the direction of the spin, adding life to the blades. Husqvarna recommends changing the blades every six weeks or so—a simple process that you can do with a screwdriver. The cutting path is roughly 9 inches, and the body of the mower is about 28 by 21 inches, so the design puts a good 7- or 8-inch buffer zone between the edge of the body and the spinning blades, far more than on a push mower.

For added safety, it has a sensor. When the mower encounters an object that is not programmed as a stay-out zone—such as a person, a picnic table, or a delivered package—it slows down so that it bumps the object at a very low speed. Once it feels the bump, it reverses and starts to figure out how to get around the object, a process that leads to a lot more bumping and a lot more reversing. We found that it’s easiest to create a stay-out zone through the app for any object that will be on the lawn for more than a day or so, such as a kiddie pool.

But it does not detect smaller items. You need to clear your lawn of stuff that’s small enough to fit under the mower’s housing. We found this task especially tricky with four kids living in the house. Because we had scheduled most of our mowing for the nights and early mornings, each evening we needed to do a thorough check for baseballs, hula hoops, cornhole bags, sweatshirts, dog toys, socks, and anything else strewn about.

Hitting something might not be a disaster. On a couple of occasions, we missed an item, but the damage was minimal. The blades are smaller than a traditional mower blade, and they’re hinged to the spinning disk like a flail, so if they hit something, they can spin out of the way. A baseball that got run over had only a few nicks on it—a significant difference from all the baseballs we’ve chopped in half with a traditional mower.

This map shows five different mowing areas (green), a number of stay-out zones (red), and the travel paths back to the charger (blue).

The Husqvarna robot mower offers a lot of options, including a weather timer, which coordinates the mowing schedule to the growth of the lawn.

Each work area can operate on a different schedule. In this example, we set the area around the berries to be mowed between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. every day.

This map shows five different mowing areas (green), a number of stay-out zones (red), and the travel paths back to the charger (blue).

Security and privacy don’t appear to be an issue with the app. As we do for all app-based devices, we sent a security and privacy questionnaire to Husqvarna, asking about the company’s security policies and practices for handling a device owner’s data. Among other concerns, that includes login practices, whether the company supports two-factor authentication, what user data is encrypted, and what data is recorded and shared. Husqvarna’s responses were standard for what we’ve seen and didn’t raise any questions.

Not surprisingly, it’s expensive. The mower and charging station together cost about 5,000, and the reference station adds 800. You can purchase the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS only through an authorized dealer, who can do the installation at an additional charge, though we think a moderately handy person should be able to perform the install themselves. That is a lot of money, but the multi-acre capability of the 450XH EPOS, not to mention the convenience, makes it comparable to a riding mower or a zero-turn mower, which are up in the 2,000 to 6,000 range, depending on the size and features. Add in the time you recover by not mowing, maintaining, or winterizing, and the value of this Husqvarna robot mower starts to come into FOCUS.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

The app is functional, but it has room for improvement. Using the app is mostly intuitive, but at times we were confused about how to navigate it. We also would have appreciated more mapping features, such as the ability to add a mapping point to an existing work area, and we found other little things, like inconsistencies between metric and US measurements. When we spoke to Husqvarna representatives, they indicated that the app and the satellite technology in general are still evolving, so we expect to see incremental improvements to both.

Satellite coverage can be an issue. During our testing, the Husqvarna mower exceeded its documented capabilities, working fine in many spots where it had no line of sight with the reference station, but it did drop out of satellite communication a couple of times. On occasion, when the mower was operating directly against a two-story structure or under a tree canopy, it would shut itself down, with the message that it was looking for satellites. This happened maybe one in five times it was mowing that area. Often it would recover on its own, but other times we had to manually restart it.

Cloud? Bluetooth? Hello? We had problems connecting to the mower through the Cloud. This was probably due to the lousy cell reception at the test property, and it’s likely not a universal issue, but it did limit what we could do with the mower. Because we could connect only via Bluetooth, we needed to be within close proximity in order to control the mower. So if it was raining out or if it was nighttime, and we wanted to change the schedule or stop the mower, we needed to suit up and head outside, instead of making the changes from our living room.

This mower won’t work for all properties. Most manufacturers we spoke with agreed that there are still some properties where a boundary-wire robot mower is the better fit. Some properties, for example, may have too much tree cover, or they might be simple and small enough for the lower cost of a boundary-wire mower to make more sense. Right now, the Husqvarna Automower 450XH, the boundary-wire version of our pick, costs almost 3,000 less.

What to look forward to

A number of other manufacturers are in the process of releasing their own boundary-free robotic mowers. We are excited to try several firsthand.

Ambrogio, a popular robotic mower manufacturer in Europe, is set to release in the US the 4.36 Elite RTK mower, which shares a lot of features with the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS, including the use of satellite positioning and an app. The specs show similar capabilities between the two models.

The Worx Landroid Vision is a much simpler mower, better equipped for smaller, well-defined lawns. It operates more like a robot vacuum, randomly bopping around the yard until it has cut all of the grass. Instead of requiring a boundary wire or satellite coverage, it uses cameras to determine what is grass and what is not grass. If it sees grass, it cuts; if it sees something that is not grass, it tries to go around. Though this mower does not need a boundary wire, it does need a well-defined yard, one that is preferably enclosed on all four sides by sidewalks, driveways, and a house. This mower is limited in capability in comparison with the Husqvarna model we tested, but it could be a great fit for certain yards. Worx is set to release four versions: 0.25 acre, 0.5 acre, 0.75 acre, and 1 acre. Pricing will range from 2,000 to 3,500, according to company representatives.

The Ambrogio Twenty ZR is similar to the Worx Landroid Vision but uses radar for sensing its surroundings, as opposed to a camera. Currently available, it works on spaces up to a quarter acre and appears to be in the 1,800 price range.

Toro is in the process of releasing a robotic mower, and we’re very curious about it. The technology behind this model sounds like it splits the difference between the simplicity of the Worx Landroid Vision and the complexity of the Husqvarna Automower 450XH EPOS. Like the Worx design, it relies on onboard cameras to find its way around, but it also lets you map out multiple mowing areas and stay-out zones. While it doesn’t have mow patterns, it does offer scheduling. Toro has not released any pricing or availability details, but representatives indicated to us that the cost would be in the range of a zero-turn mower, likely putting it in the 3,000 to 4,000 range.

The competition

We did not consider any models that use a boundary wire. This is a large group of mowers that have come and gone in recent years; the current lineup includes the Husqvarna Automower 430XH, the Robomow RK4000, and the Worx Landroid WR147. Such models may work for some people and situations, but the new boundary-free mowers, though more expensive, offer much more customization, larger work areas, and none of the frustration associated with burying and maintaining a wire perimeter around your lawn. If you have a smaller, well-defined lawn and decide to take this route, we recommend starting your search with Husqvarna, Worx, and Ambrogio.

This article was edited by Harry Sawyers.

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Things you Didn’t Know About Who Makes Kobalt Mowers

Kobalt mowers are a good choice for homeowners who are looking for an efficient and eco-friendly way to maintain their lawn. Kobalt mowers were introduced to the market in 2014, and they quickly gained popularity among homeowners

But who makes Kobalt mowers? The American home improvement company Lowe’s Companies, Inc. manufactures Kobalt lawnmowers. The mowers are created and produced particularly for the Kobalt brand of power tools and outdoor furniture.

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Who Makes Kobalt Mowers?

Kobalt is a brand of power tools and outdoor equipment that was launched by the American home improvement retailer Lowe’s Companies, Inc. in 1998. The brand is known for its high-quality and innovative products, including Kobalt mowers.

The American home improvement company Lowe’s Companies, Inc. manufactures Kobalt lawn mowers. The establishment of Kobalt mowers was part of Lowe’s strategy to offer high-quality, innovative, and eco-friendly products to their customers.

About Lowe’s Companies Inc.

Lowe’s Companies Inc. is an American home improvement retailer that was founded in 1921 in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Today, it is one of the largest home improvement retailers in the world, with over 2,200 stores in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Lowe’s offers a wide range of home improvement products and services, including appliances, hardware, tools, outdoor equipment, building materials, and home decor. In addition to its brick-and-mortar stores, the company also offers online shopping and delivery services.

In addition to its retail operations, Lowe’s is also committed to corporate responsibility and sustainability. The company has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, including reducing energy consumption in its stores and distribution centers.

Where Are Kobalt Mowers Made?

Mowers for Kobalt are produced by a number of independent companies in various countries all over the world. The model and kind of mower can affect the precise location of manufacture. The Kobalt brand’s owner, Lowe’s, collaborates with a number of producers to make its goods.

Greenworks, a Chinese business that specializes in electric and battery-powered outdoor equipment, and Global Garden Products, an Italian company that makes lawn mowers and other gardening tools, are two well-known producers of Kobalt mowers.

Additionally, the design and specifications of the mowers are developed by Lowe’s in collaboration with the manufacturers, to ensure that they meet the needs and preferences of Kobalt customers.

What Type of Mowers Do Kobalt Make?

Kobalt makes a range of electric and battery-powered lawn mowers that are designed for efficient and eco-friendly lawn maintenance. Here are the main types of mowers that Kobalt offers:

Push mowers: Kobalt offers several models of push mowers, which are ideal for small to medium-sized lawns. These mowers are powered by either an electric cord or a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and typically have cutting widths of 16 to 21 inches.

Self-propelled mowers: Kobalt also offers several models of self-propelled mowers, which are designed to make it easier to mow large lawns. These mowers are also powered by either an electric cord or a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and they typically have cutting widths of 21 inches.

Riding mowers: For larger lawns, Kobalt offers a range of riding mowers that are powered by lithium-ion batteries. These mowers are equipped with wide cutting decks that range from 42 to 54 inches and can cover large areas of grass quickly and efficiently.

Robotic mowers: Kobalt also offers a robotic mower that can be programmed to automatically mow your lawn. This mower is equipped with sensors that allow it to navigate around obstacles and can be controlled using a smartphone app.

Overall, Kobalt offers a range of mowers to suit different lawn sizes and needs, all of which are designed to be eco-friendly and efficient.

Is the Kobalt Mower Provide Lifetime Warranty?

For a set amount of time, Kobalt provides a limited warranty on their lawn mowers that covers manufacturing flaws and craftsmanship. The warranty does not, however, offer perpetual protection.

Depending on the type of the mower and the nation in which it was purchased, the warranty’s particular conditions and duration may change. A two- or three-year limited warranty that covers flaws in both materials and workmanship typically comes with Kobalt lawn mowers.

It’s crucial to understand that misuse, neglect, or typical wear and tear are not covered by the guarantee and may result in damage or malfunctions.

Is Kobalt a Good Mower Brand?

Kobalt is generally considered a good mower brand, with many customers praising the quality and performance of its mowers. Here are some of the factors that make Kobalt a good mower brand:

Eco-friendly: All of Kobalt’s mowers are electric or battery-powered, which makes them a more eco-friendly alternative to gas-powered mowers.

Range of options: Kobalt offers a range of mowers to suit different lawn sizes and needs, from push mowers to riding mowers.

Quality construction: Kobalt’s mowers are designed to be durable and long-lasting, with high-quality construction and materials.

Convenient features: Many of Kobalt’s mowers come with features that make them more convenient and user-friendly, such as adjustable cutting heights and foldable handles for easy storage.

Warranty: Kobalt offers a limited warranty on its mowers that covers manufacturing defects and workmanship, providing customers with peace of mind.

What are the Features to Consider Before Buying a Kobalt Mower?

If someone is considering buying a Kobalt mower, there are several features he should consider to ensure that he chooses the right model for real needs. Some key features to consider include:

  • Cutting width: The cutting width of the mower determines how much grass the machine can cut in a single pass. Kobalt mowers come in a range of cutting widths, so you’ll want to choose one that’s appropriate for the size of your lawn.

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  • Power source: Kobalt mowers are available in both corded electric and battery-powered models. Consider your lawn size and whether a corded or cordless model is best for you.
  • Battery life: If you choose a battery-powered model, consider the battery life and charging time. You’ll want to choose a model with a battery life that is long enough to mow your lawn without needing to recharge.
  • Cutting height adjustment: The ability to adjust the cutting height of your mower is important, as different grass types require different cutting heights. Look for a model with multiple height adjustment settings to ensure you can cut your lawn to your desired length.
  • Grass collection: If you prefer to collect grass clippings instead of mulching or discharging them, look for a model with a grass collection bag or box.
  • Maneuverability: Kobalt mowers come in both push and self-propelled models. Consider the size and slope of your lawn and choose a model that is easy to maneuver for your needs.

By considering these features, you’ll be able to choose the right Kobalt mower for your lawn care needs.

Kobalt Vs. Greenworks Vs. Bosch: Which one is Better for Mowers?

Kobalt, Greenworks, and Bosch are all popular brands of lawn mowers, and each has its own unique features and benefits. Here’s a quick comparison of the three:


Kobalt mowers are known for their power and performance, and they offer a wide range of cutting widths and power sources. They are typically priced in the mid-range for electric mowers, and they offer good value for the price.

Some models also come with convenient features like easy fold handles for storage and dual battery ports for longer run time. They are designed to be easy to use and maintain, and they typically come with features like adjustable cutting height, grass collection bags, and easy fold handles for storage.

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Greenworks mowers are known for their eco-friendliness, as they are all electric and emit zero emissions. They are typically priced in the mid-range and are a great option for those who are looking for an environmentally friendly lawn mower.

Greenworks mowers also come with convenient features like easy fold handles for storage and dual battery ports for longer run time.


Bosch mowers are known for their durability and reliability, and they offer a range of cutting widths and power sources. They are typically priced in the high-end for electric mowers, but they offer superior build quality and performance.

Bosch mowers also come with convenient features like adjustable handles and grass combs for improved cutting.

In general, each brand offers a good range of options for electric mowers, and the choice ultimately comes down to your specific needs and preferences.

Maintaining a beautiful lawn can be a daunting task, especially if you lack the appropriate know-how and tools to handle the challenges that may crop up. Fortunately, LawnAsk is here to offer you an all-encompassing resource that covers everything you need to know about lawn care.

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