The Milwaukee M18 Fuel 21” self-propelled dual battery mower delivers best-in-class cut quality and more max torque than 200cc gas competitors, meeting the performance needs of the landscape maintenance professional.
“When we set out to develop our first mower, we focused on designing a solution that could outperform gas mowers and deliver a superior cut quality. Leveraging our M18 Fuel technology, the electronic package delivers the power to maintain blade speed in demanding applications without bogging down while also offering instantaneous throttle response on both blade and drive motors for ultimate control,” said Tony Buxton, senior product manager for Milwaukee Tool.
Milwaukee’s Redlink Plus Intelligence allows the mower to achieve an instantaneous throttle response for blade and drive motors, increasing control and productivity.
For added functionality, the mower is designed with a single point height adjustment to easily change between cutting heights and cover a wide range of grass species. Rear wheel drive paired with variable-speed self-propelled functionality gives users more control during use. Furthermore, front and side lights deliver 180-degree visibility to increase awareness and precision while mowing in low-light situations.
To meet performance expectations in certain high-demand applications while maintaining system compatibility, the M18 Fuel 21” self-propelled dual battery mower requires the simultaneous use of two M18 Redlithium batteries. While using the self-propelled function at 3 mph and removing 1 inch of most types of grass, users can expect up to 60 minutes of runtime on two fully charged M18 Redlithium High Output HD12.0 batteries.