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Since 1951

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For more than 70 years, Snapper has been a household name in the lawnmower industry. From its beginnings in the 1950s to its acquisition by Briggs Stratton in 2004, Snapper has constantly innovated to meet the changing needs of its customers.

Revolutionizing lawn mowers since 1951

The Snapper brand was born out of the suburban growth in the early 1950s when homeowners needed efficient and reliable tools to maintain their lawns. William R. Smith, the founder of Snapper, recognized this need and introduced the industry’s first rotary blade mower, the “Snappin’ Turtle”. The Snapper mower revolutionized the lawn mower industry and became a trusted brand for homeowners.

Since then, Snapper has continued to revolutionize the lawn maintenance industry with its easy to use design and reliable performance.

Legendary quality and reliability

Snapper has built a legacy of making easy to use and easy to own outdoor power equipment to help generations of users tackle their outdoor tasks. Over the years, Snapper has evolved its products to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.

Despite the changes in the product range, one thing that has remained constant is Snapper’s commitment to quality and reliability. Customers have been able to count on Snappers legacy of durability and dependability since the beginning.

Forrest Gump’s lawn mower

Our Snapper Rear Engine Rider even featured in the classic film Forrest Gump. As part of his job at Greenbow’s municipal lawns, Forrest mows the grass of public spaces using a Snapper riding mower. But even at home, on his own lawn, Forrest relies on the reliable performance of the Snapper Rear Engine Rider.

The use of our riding mowers in Forrest Gump is not only a tribute to the reliability and craftsmanship of our brand, but also to the American work ethic and dedication to getting a job done right. We take pride in providing our customers with the best and most reliable garden equipment on the market, so that you can mow your lawn just as easily and effectively as Forrest Gump did in the film. Now you can take the lead role in maintaining your lawn!

A Product Lineup That Meets Your Needs

Today, Snapper offers a full range of lawn mowers and cordless garden tools to meet the unique needs of its customers. From petrol riding mowers to battery-powered garden tools, Snapper has a product that will help you get your job done effortlessly and efficiently.

Work Less, Play

At Snapper, we believe in the mantra of “Work less, play more”. That’s why we have designed our equipment to be easy to use and own, so you can spend more time enjoying your garden and less on maintaining it. Whether you are a first-time homeowner or a seasoned lawn care enthusiast, Snapper has the equipment you need to work efficiently and have more time to relax.

So go ahead, tackle your outdoor to do list with confidence, and then sit back and relax in your beautiful backyard.

Snapper Lawn Mowers in The Equalizer (2014)

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The Ego Z6 May Be the Most Advanced Zero-Turn Mower

The crux: It’s the first electric model to employ swappable batteries, the same that power the brand’s other tools.

By Roy Berendsohn Published: Jan 28, 2021

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We’ve been reporting on electric zero-turn mowers for some time, so it takes a lot to get our attention. But Ego succeeded when it announced the Z6 (model ZT4204), the first electric zero-turn mower powered by removable lithium-ion batteries. That adds a level of convenience not seen in this class of mower before, since y ou can plug it in to charge or swap the dead batteries for some that are freshly charged. With the former, you’re back to cutting grass in two hours, still a remarkable feat. But in the second case, you can get back to cutting grass in minutes.

Equally remarkable, in our view, is that the company claims that the 410-pound machine with a 42-inch deck is equivalent to a 22-horsepower gas-engine mower. That’s a difficult claim to verify, since there are a lot of variables to be considered, but it doesn’t strike us as implausible. The Z6 is scheduled to go on sale at Lowe’s in late January and will cost 4,999. We haven’t tested the mower yet, but are working on getting our hands on one and will update this review with our thoughts once we do. In the meantime, here are our first impressions on the Z6’s potential as it hits the market.

Some Zero-Turn History

Zero-turn mowers (or Z’s for short) go all the way back to 1964 when the Hustler debuted. That first mower descended from farm equipment with a lever-operated steering system that enabled it to pivot at the end of the row, rather than making a wide turn. Still, for most people who were used to a steering wheel, the concept of pivot steering seemed strange. And to some it still does. People who had operated earth-moving equipment, military tanks, and oddball industrial machines would find it familiar. Most people who had larger lawns preferred tractors with steering wheels or something like the famous handlebar-equipped Snapper mower that Tom Hanks drove in his portrayal of Forrest Gump.

It took years for most people to take to zero-turn, but to landscapers the speed and maneuverability was immediately obvious. These mowers began to hit their stride in the equipment market in the ’70s and became mainstream mowing equipment in the ’80s.

We ran our first test of gas-engine residential zero-turn mowers 20 years ago, and we’ve presented awards to two electric zero-turn mowers since then: the Hustler Zeon in 2009 and the Cub Cadet RZTS in 2013. Both were great machines and incredibly innovative, and both were powered by lead acid batteries. Both machines needed to be plugged in to replenish their charge.

What’s New With the Z6

As for powering the Z6, it comes with a wall-hung charger that provides a two-hour charge cycle. Drive the mower next to the charger, and plug in the charging cable. If you opt to plug in fresh 56-volt batteries to keep mowing immediately, you can use any one of the various Ego 56-volt chargers to replenish the dead ones.

The mower comes with four 10-amp hour lithium-ion batteries; that leaves two empty bays in the six-bay compartment into which you can place two other 10-Ah batteries (that you buy separately), or you can use Ego’s 5- or 7.5-Ah models, if you already happen to own them. The four 10-Ah batteries provide enough charge to mow two acres, the company says, or 87,120 square feet of grass. To help you picture that area, it’s about equal to a football field and a half, including the end zones. Load two more 10-Ah batteries in those other two bays and you expand its cut capability, EGO says, perhaps adding as much as another acre before the batteries need to be recharged.

Of course, there are many variables in estimating cut area on one charge. This Ego mows at three to seven miles per hour and has a transport mode (non-cutting) speed of 8 mph. Tall grass, cutting around obstacles, and cutting uphill all reduce the mowed surface area per charge.

The Greatest Lawn Care Characters in T.V. Film History

What you’ll find below, is not just a list of fictional characters who performed some sort of lawn care duties. You’ll find leading roles in big-budget, major-motion pictures, scene-stealing peripheral characters and supporting players that held together great stories. You’ll also find two Sean Austin references.

What you won’t find is any reference to the film The Lawnmower Man. because it’s about beloved characters, not the name of a movie. Plus, that movie and its premise sounds stupid.

There’s no way I could have ranked these characters, so the list is in no particular.

Carl Spackler (Caddyshack)

Certain roles were created for only one person and Carl Spackler could only have been played by the legendary, hilarious actor Bill Murray. Not everyone knows that all of his lines. from the Dalai Lama rant above to the Cinderella story. were improvised on-the-spot. The screenwriter, who was the illustrious Harold Ramis (same guy who wrote Ghostbusters, Animal House, Groundhog Day, Stripes, etc.), basically just wrote a character description and stage direction for the role. Meaning everything that came out of Carl’s mouth came from Bill’s dome and not words on paper. That’s the cherry on top of a character cemented in comedy history.

Most only remember Gump participating or influencing every defining event of the 20th century. overlooking the fact that one of the most lovable cinematic characters mowed lines straight as an arrow, in his later years. After returning to Greenbow, Alabama from his historic run he spends his days mowing and waiting for Jenny (read in Forrest’s voice). Even though, his time spent on a mower is probably the most uneventful thing he does (next to sitting at that bus stop for way too long). Merely including it in such a sequence of events propels cutting grass into the ranks of history’s greatest moments. The man basically experienced everything the 20th century had to offer and decided to spend his twilight years on a Snapper Hi-Vac 8/28. That speaks volumes. So there’s an open seat on this bus for Mr. Gump.

Groundskeeper Willie (The Simpsons)

I mean, c’mon man, who doesn’t love Groundskeeper Willie? Or even more importantly, who doesn’t love The Simpsons? Face-hurting funny, smarter than expected and groundbreaking. it’s the longest-running sitcom in American history. Enshrined in the Canon of adolescents, the show has raised three generations of youngsters. And sitting at the border between the nucleus and periphery is William MacDougal, the heavy-drinking, quick-to-anger, lawn-caring Scotsman.

In my opinion Samwise the Brave is one of the most underrated fictional characters of all time. He’s my personal favorite from Tolkien’s Legendarium. And yes, for those of you splitting hairs, he’s actually a gardener. But he’s also the only one that isn’t corrupted by the ring. Let it be known, Frail Frodo wouldn’t have even gotten close to Mordor and Mount Doom if it wasn’t for him. He puts the team (and Frodo) on his back so he gets put on the list.

Fortune (Rudy)

If you’ve never seen it or it’s been a while, Fortune is the character that’s constantly encouraging Rudy Ruettiger. He’s a heck of a guy, who’s always there to pick up Rudy when he’s down. It’s the role that needs to be played well for an underdog movie to be successful.

[Tangent Alert:] Now, I grew up in an Irish-Catholic family with a father who had 15 siblings. They all only agreed on two things: Notre Dame Football and Guinness (in that order). So saturdays were and are for Irish Football, the world’s most iconic program.

The thing you might not realize about ND fans, is we have an unique relationship with the film Rudy. On one hand you have a film that’s about Irish Football. They love that part. Only a handful of college programs have lived on the big screen (we’ve done it twice). On the other hand, not only do you have a story held together by fabrications. the movie doesn’t always put the football team in the best light, particularly the head coach, Dan Devine. He’s painted as a prick throughout the whole movie. He’s the antagonist keeping the underdog from his dream. You might think this isn’t a big deal, it’s a movie. But Golden Domers treasure Dan Devine and his 1977 National Championship. How much so, you ask? My dad named my older brother after him… my last name is Devine.

Ray Kinsella (Field of Dreams)

Okay, technically he’s a farmer but he builds and maintains a not-too-shabby baseball field that summons ghosts. Not only does the story tug on the father-son emotions shared by many, it also shows Iowa is a place of magic. And I think that’s the most important takeaway.

A good character doesn’t have to be good. Some of the best ones are terrible, psychotic people. From Hannibal Lecter to Darth Vader to Suron to Keyser Söze, the most evil antagonist make for great entertainment. And one of the most chilling characters of recent memories spent his free time on a lawn mower while Rust Cohle and Marty Hart ran around the bayou piecing together a disturbing conspiracy. Every collection of characters needs a villain and The Yellow King is perfect for the part.

Boothby (Star Trek)

I haven’t seen a second of Star Trek. The Original Series, the films or any of the reboots. none of it. But once this dude came up during research I knew I had to include him incase a Trekkie ever stumbled onto this page. That said, as I read about this peripheral character started to dig his vibe more and more. So, there’s no compromise adding this character, in fact, it’s an honor.

Rubeus Hagrid (Harry Potter)

“I would trust Hagrid with my life.”. Dumbledore

I’m not a Harry Potter zealot but the one character I always liked was Hagrid. He’s like a grizzly bear that won’t claw off your face. I also always liked his half-shack, half-cottage place of residence. Not sure how much of his job consisted of lawn care but it’s groundskeeper is in his title so for all you Gryffindors and Hufflepuffs here he is.