Reel mowers are the least expensive lawn mower type and not that different from the very first lawn mower, which was invented in 1827.
They are very environmentally conscious, producing no emissions and requiring no gas or electricity. You supply all of the power manually.
Reel mowers cut grass when you push them forward and the rotation of the wheels spins the reel of blades.
The grass is pulled in by the blades and cut against the cutting bar. The cut is similar to how a pair of scissor blades come together to make a cut.
Reel mowers are great for getting a little exercise while you mow the lawn, but, no matter how fit you are, your reel mower will have trouble
if you're running over debris in your lawn like twigs, acorns, and branches. Those items can cause jams in your reel mower.
Reel mowers require very little maintenance. In fact, the only maintenance would be to get your blades sharpened when they grow dull.
That process can be very easy by using a special sharpening paste/compound that you spread on the blades.
Push your mower, rotating the reel, and the blades sharpen themselves.
Choose Reel Mowers.