Released February, 2009
The Pros:Starts right away, first try every time. Setup only takes a few minutes, fairly simple. General usage is fairly simple, can stop the blades without stopping the engine by just releasing the safety bar.
The Cons:Personal pace self-propel system wears down after the first few years. Has a hard time mulching properly with thicker grass.
The 20333 is a mid-range model in Toro's line of Recycler lawnmowers. Like all units in the series, it is powered by a Briggs & Stratton ReadyStart engine, but it lacks the low-emissions and electric-start features of some higher models.
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Like the 20332, it adapts to the user's walking speed with a 'Personal Pace' self-propel system, and enables quick switching between mulching and bagging with 'Bag On Demand'. Its main addition to the 20332 is a blade override feature, which stops the blade without turning off the motor and requiring a restart. Unlike other models in the series, the 20333 lacks a washout port, so the underside of the mower must be flushed manually. Two years of full warranty coverage are provided.
- Briggs & Stratton ReadyStart engine
- Self propel
- Adapts to walking speed
- Rear-wheel drive
- Blade override system
- Bag On Demand
- Single-piece handle
- 22" cutting deck
- 6.75 ft-lb gross torque
User Reviews (1)
starts right away, first try every time
setup only takes a few minutes, fairly simple
general usage is fairly simple, can stop the blades without stopping the engine by just releasing the safety bar
propulsion is easy to control, intuitive and allows a range of speeds
can handle thick grass and weeds without stalling out
personal pace self-propel system wears down after the first few years
has a hard time mulching properly with thicker grass
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