Reviews for the Best Entry Level Corded Electric Lawn mowers

Need a lawn mower that is not quite at the absolute entry level of the market, but still remains affordable?

The $100 – $200 price range could be the best way to start shopping for a mower that meets your needs.

In this category you will find a variety of electric models that strike an excellent balance of size, performance, convenience, and reliability.

Quality in an Affordable Price Range

With every product, whether it’s a lawn mower or a power tool, it’s often said that you get what you pay for.

While this is true, it doesn’t mean that shopping on a budget will leave you with sub-par options.

Just as you’ll find in the under $100 price range, the $100 – $200 price range gives you a great balance between quality and affordability.

The three models that we’ve reviewed here are all electric, and use corded power supplies.

There are some advantages to using a corded electric lawn mower over a battery powered version.

The biggest advantage is that you’ll be able to mow for as long as you need to, without running out of battery power. This can mean that it’s possible to mow a slightly larger lawn without having to worry about any down time.

A corded lawn mower will also never need a replacement battery, which can sometimes be a concern as batteries do age over time, and will lose some of their charging capacity after a number of recharge cycles.

If you have no concerns about being tethered to a power outlet, then a corded lawn mower is a good option.

The three models that we’ve reviewed here cover three different sizes.

The Black+Decker EM1500 offers a 15 inch mowing deck, the GreenWorks 25142 offers a 16 inch mowing deck, and the GreenWorks 25022 offers a 20 inch mowing deck.

A larger mowing deck means that there are less passes required to complete a mowing session. Each of these mowers do have their own unique benefits, so be sure to check out the full reviews so you can find that one that best suits your needs.

Low Maintenance

Electric lawn mowers require less maintenance than gas powered versions, and you’ll find that each of the mowers in this price range are simple to operate and maintain.

The only real maintenance requirements are cleaning and blade sharpening, and you can check out our sharpening advice with some tool recommendations in this buying guide.

If you find that any of these mowers aren’t quite matched to your unique scenario, then you can take a look at our quick model comparison chart for more suggestions and in-depth reviews.

 

 

BLACK+DECKER EM1500 Lawn Mower

BLACK+DECKER EM1500



GreenWorks 25142 Electric Corded Lawn Mower

GreenWorks 25142



Greenworks 25022 electric corded lawn mower

Greenworks 25022