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Besides its relatively recent recall, Black & Decker’s old CMM1000 lawn mower was a pretty good buy, and a pretty durable piece of gear. What you see above is its successor, the CMM1200. A quick glance shows a few updates, including a simpler height adjustment system. And it continues to offer some of the older mower’s benefits, like a folding push arm — it’ll fit in most car trunks when folded — and a comfy and handy start lever.

We’re proponents of electric mowers for Toolmongers with smaller lawns. Black & Decker claims the CMM1200 will mow a third of an acre on a charge, though we got about a quarter acre out of it when I tested one for Wired magazine a while back. One downside: it’s awfully heavy compared to some other electric offerings. Check out the Wired comparison for details!

CMM1200 Electric Lawn Mower [Black & Decker]
Summer Test: Electric Lawn Mowers [Wired]


One Response to Black & Decker’s Updated 24V Cordless Lawn Mower

  1. I am an eco-researcher and have stumbled across the CMM1200 cordless mower. I really like the mower and feel that it can be used on
    almost any yard now.

    We should all do our part to save the enviroment and encourage the growth of the solar and wind power industries. Cordless electric lawn

    mowers go a long ways towards these goals. I recently purchased the Black & Decker Cordless Electric Lawnmower the CMM1200. In the
    review I describe how to upgrade the mower to mow over 9,000 SQFT! I hope my review will help you make a decision about our future.


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