You might find it difficult where to start if you are planning to purchase a cordless lawn mower, especially you are used to using a corded electric lawn mower or a gas powered lawn mower. Be informed that there are broad similarities as well as important differences between a traditional lawn mower to that of a cordless lawn mower that we will enumerate briefly here, and these things have to be considered carefully before making the purchase.
Identifying again the kind of lawn you have, like how big is it and if it is flat or slope, is your number one matter of consideration.
As you have the idea of the size of your lawn, you then consider the battery life of the mower you are planning to purchase. Be aware of the performance of a good quality cordless lawn mower which is its ability to cut up to a third of an acre from one charge, and will vary slightly depending on the length of the grass and if it is wet or dry.
You can still buy a cordless mower even if your lawn is larger than a third of an acre. The easiest solution to the above concern is to buy a model that features a removable battery and then get a second battery. This way, you can simply swap the batteries as the first one has lost its charge. Batteries can be easily removed and installed and so no need to be concern of this procedure.
Knowing if your lawn is flat or slope because majority of cordless lawn mowers will not propel by itself, unlike the self-propelled gas powered lawn mowers. The reason for this is that the slope will increase the strain on the batter of a cordless mower, that would significantly reduce the area you will be able to mow on one charge of the battery.
The answer to this concern led to the making of a less light weight cordless mowers compared to the gas powered mowers, with the battery as usually the heaviest component. With this characteristic, a cordless lawn mower is easy for you to navigate, although if you have a slope lawn and the weight still is an issue, take into some consideration of the matter.
With cordless lawn mowers, you will get a 3 in 1 feature, which will allow you on how the disposal of the grass clippings be done, from your choice of the cutting the clippings into very small pieces to make a mulch which is dispersed over the lawn, or simply throw away the clippings out of the side of the mower, or have the traditional way of collecting the clippings in the bag from the rear of the equipment.