Brill 78371 Razorcut 38 15-Inch Reel Push Lawn Mower

July 12, 2013 - Comment

The Brill Razorcut 38 is a premium, German engineered reel lawnmower that is perfect for small to medium sized yards. The lawnmower features a cylinder with hardened steel cutting blades, with the spindle mounted on sealed ball bearings so that it spins more easily. Unlike many other reel mowers, the Brill blades use a contact

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The Brill Razorcut 38 is a premium, German engineered reel lawnmower that is perfect for small to medium sized yards. The lawnmower features a cylinder with hardened steel cutting blades, with the spindle mounted on sealed ball bearings so that it spins more easily. Unlike many other reel mowers, the Brill blades use a contact free cutting technology, preventing metal on metal contact and significantly increasing blade life. The silent cut design means that you can hear the environment around you when you mow and not disturb others with engine noise. A top cover protects your flowers and shrubs from the blades, and the extended spoiler in the back helps keep grass clippings from landing on your shoes when you cut the grass. The cutting height is infinitely adjustable from 14 to 45 millimeters (.7 inches to 1.8 inches), with a measuring scale on both sides of the mower. The Razorcut 38 features 5 blades, which is the best number for the balance between ease of pushing and grass cutting ability. Metal components of the Razorcut have a dry powder coat, which resists chipping, scratching and rust. The cutting width is 15.2 inches and the wheels are 8 inch. The Brill Razorcut 38 weighs just 17 pounds, which makes it very easy to pick up, and easy to push through the grass. Other competing reel mowers weigh more than 50 pounds! The Razorcut 38 comes fully assembled, except for the handle. The handle goes together in minutes and snaps onto the mower, with no tools required.The Brill Razorcut 38 works on most types of grass, but is not recommended for St. Augustine, Zoysia or Bermuda. The Razorcut 38 has a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty.

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Comments

Paul Tucci says:

For the most part a nice mower. Pros:No more lawnmower fumes and heat in my face.Cutting my lawn is now very quiet.My hands are no longer tingle from the vibrations coming from my old gas powered push mower.Sturdy handle design. This is very important.Very easy to assemble and use.Very small footprint, easy to store.Virtually maintenence free.Cons:This mower DOES NOT like tall thick grass. You’ll really have to push hard to get it to go through thick grass and will…

H. Kerbel says:

Less Functionality for Much More Money My friend and I run and eco-friendly lawn care business, so when it comes time to buy more push mowers, we are always exploring what is available. We were first attracted to the Brill Razorcut 38 because of its ability to fold up (makes transportation easier) and its contact free cutting system (far less frequent sharpening). However, upon examining the mower more closely, we realized that these two pros were outweighed by cons.Here are a few of the key problems of the Razorcut…

OneOleMan "OneOleMan" says:

Not worth the money I purchased the Brill Razorcut 38 in February, (not from Amazon though), and I am thoroughly disappointed with the machine. It may be highly rated by some people but in my opinion it’s an overpriced piece of garbage. When I received it the first thing I noticed is the hubcaps had fallen off. Granted this is simply a cosmetic feature and doesn’t affect the operation of the machine. The next thing I noticed is that I had to spread the lower part of the handles to create tension when it’s…

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