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How Much Does A Push Lawn Mower Weigh?

How Much Does A Push Lawn Mower Weigh?

When you are looking to buy a push lawn mower, you don’t want a machine that is too heavy to push around your lawn.

Luckily, lawn mowing companies factor in the weight issue when designing the machines as they also don’t want to create machines that are too heavy for the average user.

If you are one of the people asking, how much does a push lawn mower weigh?

You should know that there are plenty of push lawn mowing machines that vary significantly in material, power source, and manufacturer.

Initially, push lawn mowers were gas-powered, but the market is now filled with different types of lawn mowers that vary greatly in size and weight. The most common lawn mowers are: electric, battery, and gas.

Average weights of push lawn mowers

  • Gas 68 Pounds
  • Electric 46 Pounds
  • Battery 35 Pounds

Gas-powered lawn mowers are the heaviest due to the massive engine.

Electric powered machines come in second; then, battery-powered lawn mowers are the lightest as they are often smaller in size.

To help you in understanding the weights better, we have compiled a list of the most popular push lawn mower models below.

If you don’t find a model in the list, visit the manufacturer’s website, and you will find it there.

Brand

Model No.

Weight

Power Source

Information Source

Greenworks

25142

48 Pounds

Electric

Source

Greenworks

25022

56 Pounds

Electric

Source

Sun Joe

MJ401E

28 Pounds

Electric

​Source

Sun Joe

MJ401C

23.1 Pounds

Battery

Source

BLACK+DECKER

CM2060C

47.6 Pounds

Battery

Source

BLACK+DECKER

BEMW482BH

40.9 Pounds

Electric

Source

Craftsman

M110

73 Pounds

Gas

Source

Craftsman

M140

70 Pounds

Gas

Source

WORX

WG779

35.2 Pounds

Battery

Source

WORX

WG959

30 Pounds

Battery

Source

Cub Cadet

SC 100 HW

63 Pounds

Gas 

Source

Cub Cadet

SC 500 Z

95 Pounds

Gas 

Source

Toro

20357

89 Pounds

Gas

Source

Toro

​20353

77 Pounds

Gas

Source

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