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Lawn-Boy 10647


$339.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good range of speed. Good traction. Simple and easy to use.

The Cons:Exact same as the Lawn-Boy 10642 except for an extra Canadian certification surcharge. Poor wheel adjustment mechanism. Poor assembly directions.

The 10647 is a walk-behind gas mower from Lawn-Boy's 2009 lineup.  The mower features a variable speed self-propelled drive system with large wheels for easier maneuverability.

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  It offers 6.5 ft. lbs of gross torque with a Briggs & Stratton ready-start engine for powerful performance.  The mower is a step up from the 10646 since it has a convenient electric starter compared to the manual recoil starter of the 10646.  The 10647 includes Lawn-Boy's 3-in-1 system for mulch, bag, and rear discharge functions.  It also has a 20" lightweight steel deck that can be adjusted to the optimum mowing height.  The mower has a suggested retail price of $339 and comes with a complete 2 year warranty.  The 10647 is the same model as the 10642 with the exception that it is CARB compliant while the 10642 is not.

Features/Specs

  • 6.5 Ft. Lbs Gross Torque
  • Briggs & Stratton Ready-Start Engine
  • Electric Starter
  • Variable Speed Self-Propelled Drive System
  • 20" Lightweight Steel Deck
  • Adjustable Mowing Deck Height
  • 3-n-1 System: Mulch, Bag, and Rear Discharge
  • Easy Turn Wheels - 7" Front, 8" Rear
  • CARB Compliant
  • Cutting Height: 1-4"
  • Weight: 79 lbs.
  • 2 year Complete Coverage Warranty

User Reviews (4)

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Pros
  • 2

    good range of speed

  • 2

    good traction

  • 1

    simple and easy to use

  • 1

    key start

  • 1

    self-propelled with good range of speed

  • 1

    manufactured by TORO

  • 1

    powerful 6.5 GT Briggs & Stratton engine

  • 1

    full 2-year warranty

  • 1

    mulch, bag, and rear discharge options

  • -1

    option to pull start

Cons
  • 1

    exact same as the Lawn-Boy 10642 except for an extra Canadian certification surcharge

  • 1

    poor wheel adjustment mechanism

  • 1

    poor assembly directions

  • 1

    mowers are poorly protected when shipped - Lawn-Boy doesn't use insulation, resulting in many broken and/or bent mowers

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