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The Worx WG782 cordless IntelliCut mower takes the chore out of mowing. Completely cord-free, the WG782 relies on a removable, rechargeable 24-volt battery and a simple, intuitive ignition system to keep your lawn in tiptop shape. Just charge up the battery and flip on the start switch to get mowing. It’s as easy as starting a blender.
- Adjustable mowing height from 1.8 to 3.3 inches; 14-inch cutting width
- IntelliCut mowing technology adds torque when you’re cutting tough grass
- Special mulching blade chops up clippings better than standard blades
- 3-in-1 cutting for mulching, bagging, or rear discharge; push-button starting
- Cuts up to 10,000 square feet on a single charge (up to 40 minutes of runtime) ; This item is non-returnable
I own 2 other Worx battery operated tools and when I was looking for a mower, I was lucky enough to find the 14" Cordless Electric Powered Lawn Mower with Intellicut. The video I watched before purchasing was what sold me as well as the reviews from owners. It was easy to put together (minimal steps). The lawn had gotten long and was damp from rain, but really needed to be cut, so I gave it a shot. I was so pleased with the results and am not dreading mowing my lawn again (a first for me). The mower is easy to push and turn. As with the other Worx tools, I am very happy with the mower! Thank you Worx!
I wanted a lawn mower that didn't have a pull cord or that you had to use a extension cord. This mower was the ideal mower for me. It's light weight easy to use and mulches great. I love it and would recommend it
I've seen people complain about the battery life on this thing, and at first I had the same reaction, but there are a couple important notes that turn that around. One, while it's very good at putting out power when it needs to cut really tall dense grass (very impressive actually), that drains the battery very fast. Yes it can mulch 8" tall overgrown grass, but you'll only get about 5-10 minutes out of it. If you're actually mowing once a week to keep it trimmed, it gets through the advertised coverage area just fine. Second, if you charge the battery and immediately use it, your run time will be lower than if you allow it to sit for a day. This is just how batteries work. You'll notice it's warm after charging, it needs to cool off so it stabilizes and performs properly or you're not only getting less time, but decreasing it's overall lifespan. It's worth noting though that the battery meter is completely worthless. It reads full at about 40% capacity, and reads low for a loooong time where it really has no power at all and slowly decreases even more but never seems to run out. Certainly not like an electric razor that winds down a bit, then just stops entirely. Strange, so best ignore the meter, just go by when it loses power to the point of not being able to cut because you can hear it wind down when hitting any resistance. Don't go by the meter when charging, wait for the AC adapter light to turn green. Pretty simple stuff, but I guess not everyone is aware of these things and none of it is stated directly in the manual. Very easy assembly, pretty much didn't need instructions. Yes it's kind of like a kid's toy being all plastic but who cares, it does what it's supposed to and seems solid enough. No need for the bag unless you're trying to cut overgrown stuff, then that's probably less taxing than mulching. More quiet than the weed wacker I use for trimming, even on the power setting (I never run it on quiet, no point really). Yes it's small so the cut path is narrow, but I wanted small and light for getting in around plants and whatnot and it's perfect for that. Much easier to push around than the reel mower I was using. Took a few charges to deal with the overgrowth I let go for a few weeks, now I breeze over the whole yard in one charge with no trouble and it's like a well kept golf course.
I was able to mow my front and back yard and still have half of a battery. works great
I researched cordless electric mowers for quite some time and finally decided to take a chance on one of the least expensive options. When I picked it up and put the handle on (this was not as easy and it should have been because the instructions were obiously written by someone who doesn't understand how to communicate with a non-mechanical person like me), I was reminded of another review I had seen on this product - it looked like a Tonka Toy! However, after I charged the battery over night as was suggested, I was anxious to try it out. I loved the outcome! The '13 inch width is a bit of an issue but I don't have a large area to mow so I don't mind the necessary extra passes too much. The cutting performance was excellent although I was taken aback by one phrase in the instructions when it advised that you should avoid backing. I always mow going forward and backward and it did not seem to cause any issues. When I was done, the battery still indicated more than a half charge, so I hope that remains the case for the long haul. It's just so nice not to have to hassle with gas, oil, and unreliable gas mower engines. I don't envision ever owning another gas mower!