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    ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ downhill's Avatar
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    Neuton Mowers

    Anyone know much about these mowers? Like how reliable they are or how long a battery might last before need being replaced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by downhill View Post
    Anyone know much about these mowers? Like how reliable they are or how long a battery might last before need being replaced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by triniwasp View Post
    Ahh, Woot'n were ya? Did you look at this: http://www.woot.com/Forums/ViewPost.aspx?PostID=2430929

    Actually no I didn't. I'd have to get a bigger model anyway as I have just over a third of an acre.

    If the cut isn't smooth, dunno if I'm that interested yet. Looks like it's only a matter of time though.

    I've an older Snapper rider. It's been dependable but I'm looking at rebuilding the drive train this winter. That'll probably cost me a couple of hundred I'm figuring and a walk behind would be better for my health. The cost in fuel for a 12 hp motor should also be taken into consideration but if the acutal cut isn't very good, then I'll consider rebuiding the Snapper instead.

    Thanks again, Trini.

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    Humm...this is probably what I should get.....

    http://www.opentip.com/Home-Garden/S...-p-552266.html

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    Complaints I've heard is that its a very thin cutting width, battery takes a long time to charge, and they're pricey.

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