Best Electric Lawn Mowers for 2019.

With so many different brands and types of lawn mower on the market, it may be difficult to decided the best electric lawn mower for your lawn. To make life easier for you we have reviewed what we believe to be the best electric lawn mowers out there detailing the good and the not so good.

Spring will be with us quicker than we think, love it or hate it, your lawn will need to be cut more often. Replacing your mower lawn mower may help to make the job a little easier as mowers now have improved so much in terms of functionality and features.

Here at EasyLawnMowing I review the best corded electric lawn mowers available on the market, ensuring you invest your hard earned cash on a mower that best suits your lawn.

These lawn mower reviews are perfect. I’ll be explaining exactly what they are and why you need one in your life.

Electric Lawn Mower Reviews 2019


Flymo Speedi-Mo 360C

Flymo Speedi-Mo 360C Review

Rating: 9/10

This mower’s ideal for those that:

  • Their is medium to large in size (would recommend a 30cm – 32cm deck size for small lawns – 100m² or less).
  • Requires a powerful 1500W motor for longer/thicker lawns.
  • Requires very little work to assemble the mower.
  • Their garden is split up into different areas, with smaller strips of lawn.
  • Storage is limited.
  • Do not want to spend £100 plus on a mower.

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Bosch Rotak 32lBosch Rotak 32R Review

Rating: 9/10

This mower’s ideal for those that:

  • Their is small to medium in size (300m² or less).
  • Requires a powerful 1200W motor for longer/thicker lawns.
  • Requires very little work to assemble the mower.
  • Great value for money
  • Easy to operate
  • Very agile and easy to move
  • The option of rear rollers to make stripes in the lawn
  • Good after-sales service

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Corded Electric Lawn Mowers

Probably the most common and versatile lawn mower is the corded electrical mower.  They are easy to use, good value for money and highly effective. They work well even with damp or longer grass.

They are powered by an electric rotary engine that will give an effortless cut that is neat and tidy. They use mains electricity and are ideal for small to medium lawns. Depending on the size and shape of your lawn you might need to buy an additional extension cable. You want freedom of movement so ensure you have sufficient cable.

They are really easy to operate and maintain. They start easily and are generally hassle-free. Another advantage is that they are compact so this makes them easy to store.

The only downside is the risk of running over the cable or getting it tangled as you make turns. With a bit of practice, this is easily avoided. You are also limited by the length of the cable and extension cord.

Pros:

  • Good value for money
  • Easy to use
  • Low maintenance
  • Low running cost

Cons:

  • Limited by the length of the power cable and extension cord
  • Cable can get in the way
  • Not as powerful as most petrol lawn mowers
  • Not suitable for large gardens