Lawn mowersThe grass has never been greener!
At Einhell you'll find the right lawn mower for your garden! Electric lawn mowers impress with their low weight and quieter operation. A petrol lawn mower, however, offers greater range and flexibility. A battery lawn mower combines the best of both worlds. With Einhell's Power X-Change battery system you work independently of fixed power sources and fossil fuels. Simply insert the powerful all-purpose battery system and get going - in every corner of your garden. No cables. No petrol smell.
Here's how to find the right Einhell device for you
Petrol-powered lawn mowers, cordless lawn mowers, electric lawn mowers, or hand lawn mowers – the right device for your garden depends on a number of different factors. To help you find the right model, we'll describe them in more detail for you below.
Greater surface areas require greater endurance
The first important factor is the size of the surface area to be mown. Although hand lawn mowers don't have motors and therefore don't require any fuel or electricity, these are only suitable for smaller areas, due to their comparatively low area output. Petrol-powered lawn mowers, cordless lawn mowers and electric lawn mowers with powerful motors, on the other hand, can handle larger areas without a problem. For the latter, however, the availability and suitable position of a socket and a correspondingly long cable must be ensured.
Cutting width creates area output
When it comes to the surface area size, the cutting width is also an important decision factor: the larger the area, the larger the cutting width should ideally be. This means that even large areas of lawn can be covered in a reasonable amount of time. Einhell offers its petrol-powered, cordless battery-powered and wired electric lawn mowers with different cutting widths.
Grass length and frequency of mowing
The frequency of mowing determines the length of the blades of grass to be mown. The longer they are, the more power the mower requires to cut and transport grass clippings into the grass catcher. In this context the cutting height also plays a decisive role. The deeper the mowing, the longer the individual blades of grass that the mower must cut and collect.
Noise volume may also be a factor to consider
Especially in densely built-up areas, the volume of the lawn mower can play a decisive role. Cordless lawnmowers and electric lawnmowers score more points here, as they do not require a loud combustion engine. Compared to petrol-powered lawn mowers, they do their work almost whisper quietly and without bothering the neighbours.
Wheel drive for uneven terrain
On flat surfaces a wheel drive for the rear axle is usually not necessary, here the pushing force of the operator is usually sufficient. The situation is different for hilly, impassable terrain. Here, a powerful rear-wheel drive, as offered by most models in the Einhell range, is an absolute must if you don't want mowing the lawn to cause sore muscles.
Fertilising with the mulching function
Subsequent use of the cut grass should also be considered. Collected in the standard catcher, you can then simply throw it on your compost heap or dispose of it in your organic waste bin. If the model of your choice has one, you can alternatively use the mulching attachment, which is also often standard equipment, which further chops the grass after mowing and then spreads it directly on the lawn as fertiliser. How you can benefit: This saves you work and is also good for your lawn.