The Redback 120V Lithium-Ion 21″ Cordless Push Lawn Mower is a full-size mower that is marketed as a gas-powered mower replacement. We’re seeing more 120V mowers as battery technology improves; the increased power allows manufacturers to make wider machines (20-22″) that reliably cut through thick grass. To accommodate the lower power output, previous models with 40V batteries were smaller (14-16″). Redback tools are a favorite of mine. I put the Redback 40V Lithium-Ion cordless hedge trimmers through their paces and fell in love with them. Then I put their lightweight yet powerful leaf blower to the test and fell in love with it. We also tested their smaller 16″ 40V cordless mower and found it to be an excellent machine.
E-drive technology: A high torque, high performance cutting system ensures a quality, stall-free cut even in long or damp grass.
Simple dirt disposal: Designed with an innovative grass box window that allows the user to keep an eye on how full the 35-litre grass container is without having to worry about overflowing the lawnmower.
Nose design that is one-of-a-kind: The low profile nose design makes it easy to reach hard-to-reach areas under garden furniture, bushes, and shrubs.
The box arrived in good condition, so I wasn’t surprised that when I took everything out of the box, everything was secure and undamaged. The mower deck, a partially assembled handle, one battery, a charger, the manual, and accessories are all included in the box.
Charging the Battery:
Batteries today are simple to charge and use. Insert the battery into the charger’s side slots until you hear it click into place after plugging the charger into a standard AC wall outlet. While charging, the charger’s lights will change from red (no battery inserted) to flashing green. The battery is fully charged when the light remains solid green. Remove the battery by pressing and holding the latch button while sliding it out of the charger slots.