WHY CHOOSE AMERICA'S #1 LAWN MOWER BRAND*
With roots dating back to 1914, Toro was built on a tradition of quality, long lasting products and innovative features to make your mowing experience and caring for your lawn easier. Toro’s line of walk-behind mowers offer battery powered self-propelled mowers, mulching mowers that fertilize as you cut, and 30" wide-cut mowers to help you finish your lawn faster. Discover the POWER OF EASY with features designed to fit your unique mowing needs.
*Run time varies based on usage conditions. Max run time specs based on light conditions and/or lowest speed settings.
**Time savings via wider cutting path and enhanced speed of TimeMaster® vs. 21” Toro® mower, and will vary due to mowing conditions.
***The gross torque of this engine was laboratory rated at 2800 rpm per SAE J1940 by the engine manufacturer. As configured to meet safety,
emission and operating requirements, the actual engine torque on this class of mower will be significantly lower.
Wide-cut mowers were once the machine of choice only for landscape contractors who valued them for speed and compactness. But more homeowners are discovering the benefit of these fast, wide-cutting mowers. For many people, these are the perfect way to mow a lawn that’s either too small for riding equipment or where the lawn has features like slopes, corners and pockets that make the agility and stability of a wide cut mower safer and faster.
More Grass Per Pass
A typical residential walk mower uses one blade to cut a swath from 20 to 22 inches wide. A wide-cut mower on the other hand, cuts a swath from 26 to at least 30 inches wide; commercial versions of these machines have a cut width from 32 to 54 inches. Cutting more grass per pass helps you get done faster.
A residential 22-inch mower will be equipped with an engine somewhere in the range of 163-cc to 190-cc. Wide-cut mowers start at 223 cc and go up to about 337 cc. That high power-to-weight ratio helps speed you through normal cutting conditions but can be a significant advantage when the going gets tough, such as when the grass is tall and lush in early spring or when there are leaves on the grass in the fall. And it can be particularly useful when mowing the border area to keep tall weeds and non-turf grasses from encroaching on the lawn.
Also, as you move closer to the heavy-duty end of the spectrum with these machines, you find not only larger engines, but other durability-extending features, such as spin-on oil filters, commercial-duty air cleaners, and grease fittings.
Wide cut mowers are powered by gear drive or hydrostatic drive transmissions that give them a top speed in the range of 4 to 6 miles an hour. At top speed, many of them move so quickly that you’ll have to trot to keep up.
The most important thing that we look for in testing a wide-area mower is whether it really is a better fit than a small piece of riding equipment under the same conditions. We put a premium on the mower’s ability to handle terrain that would prove challenging or unsafe to a small rider. We mow uphill and down, especially on slopes 30 degrees or steeper, and we also like to see how the mower does on long sidehills. Our pivot test is designed to examine whether the wide area or a small rider provides a closer and cleaner cut in a tight spot. In that test we drive the mower in and then pivot out. Because these mowers are designed to reduce your mowing time, we push them as hard as possible to see if they live up to their potential.
Well EngineeredToro TimeMaster 21199
Cutting width: 30 inches
Engine: 223 CC
Toro pioneered the wide-cut residential mower and that experience is evident here. This is a thoroughly engineered and well-behaved mower that’s surprisingly easy to use, especially for something that weighs as much as this does. The TimeMaster employs Toro’s well-regarded Personal Pace speed control. Push forward on the handle to make the mower go faster; its top speed is 4.5 mph, making it among the fastest mowers we tested. Other well-designed features: two-lever height control, a forward-fold handle for more compact storage, and a large grass bag. Its speed and ease of use make it well suited to broad suburban lawns, less so for push-pull and pivoting cuts in tight spots. The Toro is a capable and powerful hill climber, we found, but did not do particularly well in side hill applications. Those are small asides, though. This is a thoroughly outstanding product suited to the suburbs and rural properties.
Battery PoweredGreenworks M060L423
Cutting width: 30 inches
Motor: 60 Volt
We were very pleasantly surprised by this 25-inch mower, the only wide-cut machine in the cordless class. It’s a fast cutter and a clean one; we thought enough of it after taking it for a test drive last fall to name it as a recipient of our annual Tool Awards. We’re looking forward to doing a full-blown test on it to see how much grass it will cut on one charge. Given its design run time of 60 minutes, we think it should do somewhere in the range of at least 6,000 square feet. Its major features are these: rear wheel drive with variable speed control, fold-forward handle, dual-mode capability (mulch and bag), a turbo setting for leaf pickup or tall grass, and seven cutting heights controlled with single-lever adjustment.
High HP-to-Cut RatioDeWalt DW33
Cutting width: 33 inches
Engine: 382 CC
Having tested DeWalt products since the brand was reborn as a power tool company in 1992, we know it means business. So we’re not surprised to see that it’s trying its hand at commercial-duty mowers. We haven’t tested this American-built 33-inch mower, but we think it’s got several things going for it. First, it’s powered by a 382-cc, 24-hp engine; the ratio of engine to cut surface is quite high. That’s as big an engine as you find on riding mowers with 48-inch decks. Next, you’ve got easy deck height control with a robust single lever that places the deck in one of eight positions, ranging from 1-1/4 to 4-3/4inches. Four forward speeds and one reverse speed should give you plenty of control to match ground speed to terrain. Professional users and homeowners alike should be pleased that the typical repair and maintenance parts (blades, spin-on oil filter, spark plug, PTO belt, air filter and etc.) all have DeWalt part numbers and are listed in the owner’s manual. That should help reduce the search-and-destroy operation that many users go through every time their mowing machine needs some mechanical attention.
48-inch Cut WidthDeWalt HW48
Cutting width: 48 inches
Engine: 15 HP
And while we’re on this topic of the new DeWalt mowers, we’d leave the discussion half completed if we didn’t mention this thoroughly commercial 48-inch mower. Its engine is respectable, a forced-air cooled Kawasaki V-twin with cast iron cylinder liners, dual-element air filtration, and pressurized lubrication. The engine is coupled to a hydrostatic transmission providing a top speed up to 7 mph. Better than its top speed is that the transmission is a commercial-grade Hydrogear ZT-2800, complete with an external oil filter. And icing on the transmission cake: Hydrogear makes a commercial transaxle oil service kit. You buy the entire package and there’s no confusion over part numbers or the right lubricant. You get 10 quarts of oil, two Hydrogear commercial filters and replacement O rings. We like it when manufacturers pay that much attention to ensuring the reliability of their equipment. That asLandscapers and homeowners alike will be interested in the machine’s two-year, no-hour-limit warranty. That can help give you a little more confidence in your purchase, especially given what this thing costs ($5999). Other features we like are a whopper of a gas tank (5 gallons) and an electric PTO that makes for much smoother (not to mention more reliable) blade engagement and disengagement.
MultipurposeSwishwer Versa VTFC42
Cutting width: 42 inches
Engine: 389 CC
We haven’t tested this machine, but we’d like to because it’s fascinating. And there are several reasons that cause us to think that. First, it’s a Swisher. We’re big fans of these Missouri-built machines. They’re basic, well engineered and extremely robust in their construction. The company has been building their equipment this way for decades. Second, it’s an interesting two-part design. The power head consists of a 389-cc Honda engine and the transmission is a hybrid consisting of Hydrogear pumps paired with commercial-duty Danfos wheel motors. That massive power head provides both motive power and an output shaft to a 42-inch rotary blade mowing deck built out of 11-gauge steel. You can also swap the deck for accessory rough-cut deck and a snow plow (sold separately). The mower comes with the sulky shown, if you’d rather stand as you mow, rather than walk.
Roy BerendsohnSenior Home EditorRoy Berendsohn has worked for more than 25 years at Popular Mechanics, where he has written on carpentry, masonry, painting, plumbing, electrical, woodworking, blacksmithing, welding, lawn care, chainsaw use, and outdoor power equipment.
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Why are two blades better than one?
Two blades result in more "bites" into the grass, cutting the grass into smaller pieces. The leading upper blade makes a major cut at the front. Then the lower blade makes a smaller cut. The clippings then circulate around inside the deck, with the blades continuing to cut them into smaller and smaller pieces.
This results in:
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Smaller clippings allow your bag to hold more. That means emptying the bag less often, which means less time and effort on your part to mow your lawn.
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