Snapper XD 82-Volt 21-Inch Lawn Mower with Battery & Charger

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SKU: SNAP-1687884
Brand: Snapper
Condition: New
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Trim down that lawn-care to-do list this weekend without lugging around gas cans - choose the Snapper XD 82-Volt 21-Inch Lawn Mower with Battery & Charger.

Powered by a 1,200-watt high efficiency, brushless motor and either 2 Ah or 4 Ah Briggs & Stratton 82-volt max Lithium-Ion batteries, this cordless electric lawn mower has the power to get the job done without the hassle of gas motors. With the batteries and charger this mower can be charged and ready to go in as little as 30-60 minutes, and can run up to 45 minutes on one charge.

Get the job done quick and easy with the help of the Snapper XD 82-Volt 21-Inch Lawn Mower with Battery & Charger.

  • 3-in-1 mowing options: mulching, bag (included), or side discharge
  • Long life, 1,200-watt high efficiency brushless motor
  • Load Sensing Technology allows power to adjust to cutting demands; height can be adjusted with a single lever
  • Battery: Briggs & Stratton 82-volt max Lithium-Ion 2 Ah or 4 Ah (2, 2 Ah batteries and charger included)
  • Push start and ergonomic handle
  • Easy folding compact vertical storage capability
  • Charge time: 30 minutes (2 Ah), 60 minutes (4 Ah)
  • Run time: Up to 45-minutes (with full 2 Ah battery charge)
  • Max voltage: 82 volts
  • Motor: Brushless, 1,200 watts
  • Cutting width: 21 inches
  • Deck style: Steel, 3-in-1
  • Drive system: Push
  • Height adjustment: Single lever, 7 positions
  • Front wheel size: 8 inches
  • Rear wheel size: 10 inches
  • Dimensions: 35 x 24.2 x 18.3 inches
  • Weight: 90 pounds
  • Model: SXDWM82
  • Product warranty: 5-year warranty
Written by from Clearwater FL on Aug 10, 2017 Verified Buyer

This mower has 2 motor speeds which change automatically according to grass height, and battery life changes accordingly. My first mow was very tall "field" grass which kept it at high speed the whole time, and I managed to get a 100' x 20' rectangle done before the battery died. AND I was using the bagger; if I didn't have to stop to empty it so frequently I might have gone a little further. The bagger design is better than a gas mower, it's a little shorter front to back, more box shaped, and taller, so it fills much more efficiently. When overfilled it tends to drop clippings along the right wheel path, and not in the main mow path. Cushioned, contoured handle bar is VERY nice, no more vibration induced hand numbness like my gas mower's straight metal bar used to cause. The batteries recharge very quickly from completely empty, like 10-15 minutes ( I was expecting 45 minutes). One strange thing though, after mowing with them I had to cool them off briefly in front of a fan before the charger would accept them to start recharging (solid red light means too hot to charge). Build quality of the mower is SOLID and satisfying, makes my old gas mower feel sloppy. That plus low rolling resistance makes you not miss the fact that it's not self-propel. Single handle height adjust is WONDERFUL - squatting down to change each stiff wheel adjuster is for the birds, especially if your knees are bad. Noise level honestly is quieter than my 12 amp Dirt Devil vacuum cleaner! It's a lower PITCH sound, much like those square plastic box fans with plastic blades you can buy at a dollar store. You're not hearing any engine or muffler sound, just the wind cycloning underneath and the crunching of the grass being cut. Low noise means you could mow earlier in the AM or later at night (cooler temps) without disturbing your neighbors. There are no headlights on this one like some electrics, but I think that's a gimmick, they probably don't cast off enough light to be effective. The manual said nothing about whether to sharpen the blade prior to first use, I didn't and it cut just fine, it didn't look like it was just "knocking it down". I'm thrilled with this mower! "Sexiest" looking mower I've ever owned, if there is such a thing. I'm just jealously protective of the batteries since they are so expensive to replace ($169 each). I think it's a good idea to store the charger and batteries indoors in the air conditioning, not the hot garage. I don't think I'd get the other accessory tools that operate on this same battery system, they are way overpriced and don't have the best reviews. For trimmers and blowers, better to stick with that other "green and gray" 40V proven brand with "expand-it" attachments that's been around for decades.

Would I recommend this to a friend or family member? Yes
  • Easy to Use
  • Looks Good
  • Sturdy
  • Quality Construction
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