Sun Joe MJ501M Mow Joe 18-Inch Manual Reel Mower with Catcher

March 4, 2018 - Comment

SEE JOE MOW. No messy gas; just an easy-to-use, lightweight, maneuverable and economical push reel mower. The Sun Joe MJ501M Reel Mower with Grass Catcher handles tough turf with ease and provides a quiet solution for any lawn. The MJ501M comes with a handy rear collection bag to help keep your yard nice and tidy.

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SEE JOE MOW. No messy gas; just an easy-to-use, lightweight, maneuverable and economical push reel mower. The Sun Joe MJ501M Reel Mower with Grass Catcher handles tough turf with ease and provides a quiet solution for any lawn. The MJ501M comes with a handy rear collection bag to help keep your yard nice and tidy. Powered by you, the Mow Joe MJ501M has an 18-inch wide cutting path and a 9 position height adjustment lever. Tailor cutting heights up to 2.44-inch so you are in complete control of your grass. The mower’s dual wheel design and sharp harden steel blades ensures accuracy and cutting efficiency. The Sun Joe Mow Joe comes with a 2-Year full warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to push and maneuver on small lawns
  • 9 position manual height adjustment
  • Maintenance free
  • Grass catcher holds up to 6.6-gallon and detaches easily
  • Two large 10-inch wheels and two small 6-inch wheels

Comments

Norby says:

so far my best reel mower so far so good. the bag stays on well on the 18 inch mower. note there is a difference from the 18 inch and the smaller ones. the 18 inch bag catches almost all of the clippings. its makes it super easy for compost. This has become my go to reel mower. nice to have around for that quick little trim.

Garth says:

Meh. I’ve never had a push mower before so, my expectations may have been too high. It did take longer and was more effort than “mowing” my lawn with an electric weed eater. Any small sticks or pieces of bark jams it instantly; while “tall” grass ~4-6 inches jams in a foot or two into uncut graas.To operate, you’re seemingly required to do a rage inducing forward one step forward followed two steps back where you have any weeds or grass that’s gotten too tall. Half of the time when you do the two step back action, you’ll be stopped in your tracks trying to push it forward; where you then have to reach down or kick the blade backwards hoping to knock loose anything that was “too tough,” for the mower. (Example, 6 inch grass…)I fear this product does not represent or express who I am. I’m a go getter, and go getters’ like to have their push mowers go in all types of grassy areas, hell even abandoned mall parking lots if I want. I haven’t…

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