I have the smallest backyard ever! At least, one of the smallest backyards in my neighborhood. One of my biggest issues with my backyard is that I can’t turn the lawn mower around while mowing the lawn.
So, after three summers of using a freebie lawn mower that was on it’s last leg when I got it, I’ve decided that this is the last summer I will struggle with the large lawn mower.
My search began with browsing my standard internet sites, Amazon, Walmart, Home Depot. I decided on the type of lawn mower that I wanted. A small cordless, electric lawn mower. The idea was brilliant. Easy mobility, no having to pump and pull a cord endlessly, and it wouldn’t take up as much space.
Now for the downfall. These smaller lawn mowers were upwards of $250. The cheapest I found with what I was looking for was over $220 at Walmart. Being a very frugal person, I knew this wasn’t the option for me. I may just have to continue to struggle with the mower I have.
With that, I stopped looking and decided that on Labor Day weekend I would check the sale papers to see if there were any good deals. Well, we haven’t made it there yet. Labor day isn’t until next week.
Bingo! A small, cordless, electric lawn mower, only one year old for $100! I did second guess the price because the lawn mower was used and without asking, the seller came down to $80.
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