Scotts Lawn Mowers

scottsAt Scotts, they are committed to providing everything you could ever need to keep your lawn looking as beautiful and feeling as healthy as possible. This is a company that is dedicated to the idea that they can be an all-around source for high quality lawn and lawn care products, and it is something that definitely shows in all of their products. This is true for their great grass seed mixes, their weed and feed products, and especially their lawn mowers.

Scotts lawn mowers are designed to provide the kind of great, professional-looking cuts that you want. They know that you put a lot of hard work into keeping your lawn looking its best: that is why they provide all of the tools you need to do so. And like me, they don’t think there is any point to all of that hard work if you can’t get a beautiful, even cut whenever you mow the grass. So with a Scotts manual reel mower, you are getting a lot more than just any old lawn mower. You are getting a high-performance machine that is going to deliver great cuts without requiring a lot of extra hard work on your part.

1. Scotts Lawn Mower Highlights

1a. Classic Design

Scotts lawn mowers have a great looking, classic design. They look like they are very simple, old-school manual reel lawn mowers: big side wheels frame a whirring cutting reel, with a looping handle angled just right at the rear of the machine. But Scotts lawn mowers are anything but simple. They are designed to be precision machines that can deliver great looking cuts every time. They may look classic, but they contain some decidedly modern technology and design features.

But I think the classic design is great, and worth looking at. Scotts lawn mowers have the look you want – it harkens back to simpler times. But if you look a little closer, you will see that the cutting reel is mounted on a 5-spider ball bearing assembly. This technology allows you to get the cutting reel spinning faster with less effort. That means a better looking lawn with less work on your part.

1b. Environmentally Friendly

With a Scotts lawn mower, you are getting one of the only truly environmentally friendly machines you can find these days. That is because with a manual reel Scotts lawn mower, you will never be putting a single pound of carbon emissions into the environment. Sure, plenty of companies that make electric lawn mowers claim that their products are environmentally friendly, and they are to some extent. But with a Scotts lawn mower you are getting a machine that never draws a bit of power from the grid.

And that is what makes them truly sustainable machines. You will be able to operate a Scotts lawn mower even in the middle of a blackout, because these machines do not need any power at all to keep running. A Scotts lawn mower is great for the planet.

1c. Professional Cuts

Because their design involves some state of the art technology housed in a classic look, you will always be getting professional looking cuts from a Scotts lawn mower. The 5-Spider technology allows the cutting reel to miss individual blades of grass much less frequently than other manual reel mowers do. That means you will not have to go over the same patch of grass more than once with a Scotts lawn mower. It delivers a professional looking cut the first time, every time.

Scotts lawn mowers leave your lawn looking like it was manicured by a professional lawn care company not just because they get every blade the first time, though. It’s also because the high speed of the cutting blade slices rather than chews through grass. This allows the grass to recover from being cut much more quickly, and makes it less susceptible to drought and disease, keeping it beautiful.

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Scotts 2000-20

The Scotts 2000-20 is a manual reel lawn mower with overall dimensions of 28 x 18 x 10 inches and a cutting blade that is 20 inches wide. That makes it one of the widest manual reel mowers available today, and it packs that cutting width into a fairly compact package. A wider cutting reel […]

Pros: Super wide 20-inch blade.

Cons: May leave tougher weeds.