Brill Razorcut 38 Push Reel Lawn Mower
The Brill Razorcut is a modern, state of the art and hyper-efficient push lawnmower. We decided as a family to get a push lawnmower, because we just hated the noise of our old gas powered lawnmower. In addition, Green concerns pushed us in this direction, because it seems foolish to waste petrol and add unnecessarily to one’s carbon footprint all in the interest of keeping up a modest yard.
Our concern was only that the Razorcut would be a bit more dangerous, and a bit slower and more difficult to use than our old gas-powered lawnmower, since we would be pushing it ourselves.
The Razorcut isn’t particularly dangerous though, as it has a very well designed blade guard, which prevents a mower from mistakenly putting their errant feet into the whirring blades of the mower. It really lends me a strong sense of peace and safety to know that I won’t be chopping off toes by accident.
I was surprised to find that the Razorcut is quite easy to use, and this is because it is very lightly built and well engineered. I would say that it’s significantly easier to push than the old spinning blade, gas-powered monster we had.
Of course, the real benefit of the Brill Razorcut over a gas-powered lawnmower is its reduction in pollution and waste. The Mower produces next to no noise pollution, so I can mow in the early morning guilt free. It also doesn’t emit CFCs in its exhaust. Not having to buy gas is pretty sweet as well. Overall I would suggest the Razorcut.