Cordless Lawn Mowers

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Cordless Lawn Mowers FAQ's

Can you use a battery lawn mower on wet grass?

It is generally not recommended to use a battery lawn mower on wet grass. Wet conditions can cause the mower to slip, leading to potential safety hazards. Moreover, wet grass can clog the cutting deck and hinder the mower's performance. To ensure optimal results and safety, it is advisable to wait for the grass to dry before using a battery-powered lawnmower.

Does a cordless lawn mower need oil?

No, a battery lawn mower does not require oil. Unlike petrol-powered mowers, battery lawn mowers operate on electric power and do not have an internal combustion engine. As a result, there is no need for oil changes or lubrication. Battery lawnmowers offer the advantage of being maintenance-free in terms of oil-related tasks, making them more convenient and hassle-free to use.

Can you leave a battery powered lawn mower outside?

It is generally not recommended to leave battery lawn mowers outside for an extended period. Exposure to extreme weather conditions, such as rain, heat or cold, can damage the mower's battery and other components. Moisture and temperature fluctuations can negatively affect the performance and lifespan of the mower. It is advisable to store the battery-powered lawn mower in a dry and sheltered area to protect it from the elements and ensure its longevity.

How long does a cordless lawn mower battery last?

The lifespan of a cordless lawn mower battery can vary depending on various factors. On average, a well-maintained lawn mower battery can last between 3 to 5 years. However, this can be influenced by factors such as frequency of use, charging practices, and environmental conditions. Regular maintenance, proper charging, and storage can help extend the lifespan of the battery. It's recommended to refer to the manufacturer's guidelines and consider replacing the battery when its performance significantly declines.