Whether you’ve already checked out some of our comprehensive lawn mower reviews, or if you’ve simply taken a look at some of our buying guides and now want to see some more models to take a look at, this Compare Lawn Mowers at a Glance reference guide is your starting point for finding the right lawn mower for your needs.
There’s no ‘perfect’ lawn mower for everyone. You may have a smaller lawn and might be wanting a small corded lawn mower, or you could be someone who has a slightly larger lawn and want the flexibility of a cordless battery lawn mower.
This “compare lawn mowers” list will allow you to take a look at some of the most popular models, including some important stats that will tell you more about a mower, even before you take a look at the full review.
Item Weight of Each Lawn Mower
Item weight relates to the mower as it comes packaged, and is a close representation of how much the mower will weight once it’s out of the box and all set up.
A heavier lawn mower can sometimes be harder to manage and may create more mowing fatigue, but it’s not always guaranteed that a heavier mower will be harder to use.
Because lawn mowers are wheeled tools, you’ll never feel the full weight when you are pushing one around your lawn.
Generally speaking, a lighter mower will create less mowing fatigue, but even a mower that weighs up to 60 lbs. will not be overly difficult for the average person to maneuver.
Comparing Cutting Inches
One of the most important stats / features when you compare lawn mowers is the cutting width.
The bigger the cutting path, the faster it will be to mow your lawn. A larger mower will be more efficient.
But it may become inconvenient if you have only a very small lawn, or if you don’t have a lot of space to store your mower.
The smallest mower that we’ve ever reviewed is the Black+Decker MTE912.
This is a multifunction mower that also functions as an edge trimmer, so it’s highly versatile and might be the ideal mower for you, despite its small cutting path.
We’ve also looked at large mowers like the battery powered Poulan Pro and Ego Power+ models, which have 20 inch cutting decks. These are more capable for larger lawns and can allow you to work faster.
As with virtually every feature that a lawn mower offers, cutting width will depend entirely on your needs and preferences, so don’t be afraid to choose a smaller mower if it falls within your price range and has the features that you need.
Click through any model to get an in depth overview and review, and don’t forget to check out or lawn mower buying guides for general advice on lawn mowers and lawn mower parts, as well as quick reviews of a range of popular lawn mowers.
|American Lawn Mower 1204-14||China||20||42.5 x 24 x 20||14||Manual Push|
|Ego Power+ Lawn Mower||China||56.22||16.14 x 21.65 x 37.4||20||Battery Operated|
|Poulan Pro 967044401||China||41.7||37 x 20 x 57.5||20||Battery Operated|
|Sun Joe iON16LM||China||33||42.9 x 17.7 x 48.4||16||Battery Operated|
|BLACK+DECKER MTE912 ||Indonesia & China||13.1||7.38 x 36.56 x 15.31||12||Electric Corded|
|Great States 415-16||China||25.38||13.8 x 10.6 x 23.1||16||Manual Push|
|BLACK+DECKER EM1500||Indonesia & China||36.25||17 x 18.38 x 30.19||15||Electric Corded|
|GreenWorks 25322||China||37.5||38 x 16 x 49.5||16||Battery Operated|
|GreenWorks 25142||China||37.5||20.3 x 15.75 x 28.4||16||Electric Corded|
|GreenWorks 25022||China||56||18 X 26.13 X 26.88||20||Electric Corded|