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We spent 5.6 hours reading reviews from customers and experts. In summary, here's what users think:
Many people liked the Snapper SP60V. They welcomed the mower’s power, lightweight build, fast-charging batteries and ease of use. Moreover, the comfort of using this hassle-free mower was lauded. On the other hand, most consumers purchased a second battery to make mowing even more convenient. Overall the SP60V exceeded expectations of purchasers for a cordless mower with some even comparing its power and ease of use to a gas-powered self-propelled mower.
|Cutting Width (in)
|Electric Start, Mulching, Bagging, Side Discharge
|Max Cutting Height
|Min Cutting Height
|Battery and Charger Included, Briggs and Stratton Engine, Brushless Motor, Smart Cut Technology
How long does the battery last on a single charge?
The battery lasts for about one hour depending on how heavy the grass is.
How many batteries does this mower require?
The mower only needs one battery and is included in the package.
Will my 60V Snapper Trimmer’s 2AH battery work on this mower?
Yes, It will work but will last for about 30 minutes.
How long can the battery last?
The battery can last up to 1000 charge cycles.
Does the mower come with a bagger?
Yes, a bagger is included.
Can the Snapper SP60V mulch?
Yes, the mower can mulch. Simply insert the mulching plug to switch the mower from bagging to mulch.
Is the mower self-propelled? Can it be used in hilly lawns?
The mower is not self-propelled but is very lightweight and can be used easily on inclines.
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