High-quality German craftsmanship meets high-performance home improvement, workshop and garden tools with Einhell. From battery powered impact drills, to cordless screwdrivers, palm sanders and electric lawn mowers, we offer a wide range of powerful tools that are simple to use and built to perform your toughest tasks. Pro grade gear perfect for DIY enthusiasts, homeowners + handymen alike.
1 Battery x 1,000 Possibilities
POWER X-CHANGE: The 18-Volt battery system offers the unique possibility to supply power to all Einhell-tools and garden equipment of the Power X-Change family with one battery type.
Fewer batteries to charge up. Fewer chargers. Less searching for the right rechargeable battery and the right charger. Less chaos in your storage area.
EINHELL + BMWi Motorsports
EINHELL ON A MISSION TO MARS
- gardening equipment
Overall, the mower is a fairly good choice for very small yards. I’m moving to a new home with just two small strips of grass and the 15 inch width is perfect for navigating the yard’s extensive landscaping. It’s light weight makes the work much easier. Where the mower fails is the handle. Yes, it’s adjustable but the means for adjusting it is a complete nuisance. At the base of the handle and half-way up, there are circular matching sawtooth discs. They’re held together by an adjustable cam-lock. The problem is the cam-lock has to be very tight to maintain the mating of the sawtooth discs. If not, the handle with either be wobbly or slip and that’s not as easy as it could be. Furthermore, adjusting the cam-lock to get it to work properly puts the lever in odd orientations. If the adjustment is just a wee bit too snug, you can’t get the cam-lock to close. This poor design makes it too much a nuisance to fold the handle after each use. Also, the mower can’t be stored standing on end like almost all other cordless mowers. Rather than the sawtooth discs, these adjustment points should only have a few adjustment selections using blocks which create a firm and secure mating. Also, use t-handle threaded screws to tighten the adjustment instead of cam-lock. Besides making a more secure handle, it would better allow the handle to be folded and unfolded when ready to use. Finally, the mower needs to be stored vertically like other mowers. One last thing; the mower has no discharge. It either has to use the catcher or mulch the clippings by removing the catcher. Even then, there are issues. The cover over the rear discharge is not tight and has curves the allow clippings to leak out in clumps. The cover needs to be modified. Other mowers without a side discharge offer an attachment that replaces the catcher with a chute that discharges clippings to the side. Einhell, you’ve got a lot of work to do. In my opinion, the mower was not field tested in the real world. The potential is there but customers shouldn’t be your test team. Your literature states Einhell is crafted in Germany. That’s an outright lie. It may be designed in Germany but its “crafted” in China.
Very good: the mower works well and is comfortable to use, the batteries are easy to install and recharge, and the charge lasts long enough to mow all of our medium sized lawn. The mower also collapses for easy storage. No complaints, only praise for this well designed gardening equipment.
Still waiting on a replacement charger for this “NEW” one that doesn’t work! Hope to get it in this week! Then I’ll be able to better review my “NEW Mower” once I get it going!