About this item
- Fuel-saving lawn mower with a 20ft blade for a wide cutting surface
- Saves you the expense and hassle of gas-powered mowers
- Rear wheel design helps improve maneuverability on turns
Save the expense and hassle of buying and storing gas by when you use this Scott's Classic Reel Lawn Mower from American Lawn Mower. Easy to use, all you have to do is get behind it and push. This carbon-footprint-saving mower has many benefits, including lowering the amount of emissions you create and giving you a little exercise while you get the job done. The 20-inch walk-behind mower provides you with a wide swath of cutting width, saving you time doing yard work.
Dimensions (Overall): 47.0 inches (H) x 26.0 inches (W) x 27.0 inches (D)
Weight: 29.0 pounds
CA Carburetor Law Compliant: Not subjected to CA Carburetor Law
Features: Adjustable Height, rear discharge
Assembly Details: Assembly required, no tools needed
Appliance Capabilities: Mower
Cutting Width: 20 inches
Blade Length: 20.0 inches
Power Source: Manual
Warranty: 3 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 084-19-1332
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overall: 3 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
Easy and healthy way to cut your lawn
4 out of 5 stars
ccindy — 3 months ago
My husband and I needed a lawn mower for our new home, but we don't have much yard to cut. We were told that a reel mower is so much healthier for your lawn and I would completely agree! The cut looks so nice and it's super easy to use. Only "con" I could say is that it's kind of squeaky sounding, b...see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
buyer — 1 year ago
Since it isn't listed on the product page... I received model number 2000-20S. It was very easy to assemble. Seems to cut well for a reel mower. One of the back wheels is a bit wobbly, but not enough to be a problem (yet).