Released March, 2009
The Pros:Starts on the first pull every time, easy to get it going. Adding oil and gas couldn't be easier, very well designed to make the regular maintenance pain-free. Plenty of power, lets you roll through thick grass and knock down tall weeds without a problem.
The Cons:Maintaining a constant speed strains your hand as you try to hold the lever steady. Mulch mode tends to bog down, even with a fully sharpened blade.
The Toro 20093 is one of Toro's higher-end models intended for homeowner use. It is one step up from the 20092, and the only upgrade is that the 20093 has a blade brake feature that allows the operator to step away from the mower while leaving the engine running.
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This is a safety feature that stops the blades from moving. Other than that, it has all the features of the 20092, including Briggs and Stratton engine with 6.75 lbs.-ft. of gross torque and Ready Start that doesn't require priming. It also has 3-in-1 bagging, mulching or side discharge, and uses a rear-wheel drivetrain to match the operator's walking speed. It has Toro's other standard features like a folding handle for storage and transport, and wash port to clean the deck with a hose. The cutting system is the same as the other 2009 units, the "Super Recycler" with veneered blade and extra blade accelerators. It has a full warranty for five years as well.
- Briggs and Stratton 6.75 lbs.ft. gross torque engine
- Rear-wheel drivetrain senses walking speed
- Blade brake
- Included 3-in-1 bagging, side discharge and mulching
- 21" cutting range
- Toro "Super Recycler" cutting system
- 1.25" - 4.25" cutting heights
- Folding handle
- Guaranteed to start for 5 years
- 5 year full warranty
- Aluminum deck
- Wash-out port
User Reviews (1)
starts on the first pull every time, easy to get it going
adding oil and gas couldn't be easier, very well designed to make the regular maintenance pain-free
plenty of power, lets you roll through thick grass and knock down tall weeds without a problem
vacuums up leaves on the lawn, much easier and quicker than raking
blade brake is perfect for when you need to walk around and clear an obstacle - avoids damaging the lawn
maintaining a constant speed strains your hand as you try to hold the lever steady
mulch mode tends to bog down, even with a fully sharpened blade
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