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Discover the eco-friendly and low-maintenance way to mow with Greenworks’ push and self-propelled electric lawn mowers. From 24V to 80V, find the perfect battery-powered fit for your lawn and ditch the noise, fumes, and hassle of gas mowers for good.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does this mulch?

Yes, Greenworks mowers are designed for grass and mulching weeds and foliage—and has a side discharge and a bagging option.

What maintenance is required for my Greenworks mower?

Unlike traditional gas mowers, Greenworks electric mowers require no gas or oil changes, spark plug replacements, or carburetor cleanings. This makes maintenance a breeze, our mowers only need occasional blade sharpening and cleaning (discharge, bag, etc.) to keep them running smoothly.

Can I use these batteries with the string trimmer?

Yes, one battery allows you to mow, blow, cut, trim, cultivate, and so much more! One Greenworks 80V battery works with 75 tools. One Greenworks 60V battery works with 75 tools. One Greenworks 40V battery works with 75 tools. One Greenworks 24V battery works with 125 tools

Will it work in high grass?

Greenworks Intelligent Power™ senses thick, tall, or wet grass and maintains constant high blade speed for the perfect cut.

Does battery temperature matter?

Yes, to keep your lithium batteries in peak condition, store them indoors in a dry, cool place. Check the owner’s manual for storage and temperature instructions and let the batteries warm up to room temperature before using.

Lawn Mower Buyers Guide

In this complete guide, you will find out all you ever need to know before buying a lawnmower.

What Do I Need to Consider Before Buying a Lawn Mower?

When buying a mower, it’s important to first have a look at your yard size and the terrain.

The main elements to consider when buying a lawn mower are:

  • Size of your lawn
  • Size of your mower
  • Speed of your mower
  • Lawn conditions
  • Yard size mower type
  • Type of grass

Below is a breakdown of each element you need to take into account when choosing the perfect lawn mower.

Size of your lawn

Before purchasing a mower the first question you should ask is, what size is my lawn?

Most push mowers are suitable for an acre, which is about 13,277 square metres, anything above this size will see you, most likely, wanting to purchase a ride-on mower.

So before making the big decision as to which mower, think realistically about how much time you have to mow your lawn on a busy weekend and select your equipment accordingly.

Your property size does impact how long it takes to mow your lawn and larger lawns require more mowing time for obvious reasons.

Size of your mower

The size of the mower deck impacts how long it will take to mow your lawn.

A larger deck allows the mower to cut a larger strip of lawn in one single pass, meaning the lawn is mown in less time.

Larger mowers also have longer blades which require a larger engine and are typically more expensive.

Speed of your mower

Some lawn mowers are designed to cut at a faster pace.

The size of your mower’s engine greatly influences how fast it moves and how fast the blades can spin.

It is always important to have sharp blades and to not push your mower by going too fast in order to get an even cut and avoid damaging your lawn.

Average lawnmower speeds

The average speed of residential lawn mowers

Lawn Conditions

Your lawn’s conditions greatly impact how long it will take to mow.

A yard with many curves, trees, hills, walls, and other obstacles will take much longer to mow than a square yard with no obstacles. It’s difficult to predict exactly how long these obstacles will slow mowing time, but keep in mind that the more there are the longer it will take. Muddy or overgrown patches of lawn can also take longer to mow or workaround.

Yard size and mower type

Generally, a push mower is a good choice for yards that are about 3/4 of an acre or less.

The smaller your yard, the smaller the mower deck can be – which is the actual width the mower will cut in a single pass.

0-100m 2 yard is best suited with a 16-inch push mower and up (1 push = 16 inches).

100m 2.200m 2 yard is best suited with a 18-inch push mower and up.

Greater than 300m 2 is best suited with a 19-21-inch push mower.

Larger lawns over 500m 2 are best suited with a ride-on mower such as a rear-engine riding mower or a lawn and garden tractor.

Ride-on mowers with rear-mounted engines provide good visibility and excellent mobility around trees, flowerbeds and other landscape features. Ride-on mowers are available with mowing decks that range from 28-42 inches wide and engines from 12-20 HP.

Yards in the 1-3 acre range are best suited with a zero-turning ride-on or front engine lawn tractor with at least 14-16 HP and a wide mowing deck – at least 38 inches.

Yards larger than 3 acres are best suited with a larger zero-turn rider or a garden tractor. Look for mowers that have at least 18hp engines and mowing decks in the 44-54 inch range.

Type of Grass

It is also important to consider the type of grass you have in your yard when considering purchasing a mower.

The most common lawns are Couch, Zoysia, Buffalo and Kikuyu.

Couch Turf – requires less horsepower to drive the mower as the cut is not as thick, potentially use smaller 140CC (cubic centimeter) engine.

Zoysia Turf– requires less horsepower to drive the mower as the cut is not as thick, potentially use smaller 150CC (cubic centimeter) engine.

Buffalo and Kikuyu Turf – both types of grass require greater horsepower to drive the mower as they are thicker, potentially use 150 CC (cubic centimeter) engine.

Types of Lawn Mowers

There are many different lawn mowers on the market to meet a variety of lawn mowing needs.

A mower that is perfect for your neighbour may not be the right one for you.

Push mowers

Push mowers are ideal for flat yards and range in deck sizes depending on the size of your lawn.

Remember, the larger the deck of the push mower the heavier the mower is to push. A push mower cutting deck can range from 16-22 inches which is the ideal size to mow your lawn beautifully efficiently and quickly.

Cylinder mowers

Cylinder lawn mowers have cylindrical blades that rotate vertically at the front of the mower.

Cylinder lawn mowers cut against a fixed blade at the bottom and they should have multiple blades – three or more is best.

Cylinder lawn mowers are best for flat lawns that you want to keep short and well-manicured.

All cylinder mowers have a rear roller to give the best ‘striped effect’ across your mown lawn. Cylinder mowers come with a grass box that attaches to the machine and collects the grass clippings as you mow. Cylinder lawn mowers can be electric, petrol-powered and push mowers.

Rotary mowers

Rotary lawn mowers have a single blade that rotates horizontally underneath the mower, like a plane’s propellers. Rotary lawn mowers are the most versatile type, will cope with most types of grass and are therefore better than cylinder mowers at cutting longer and rougher grasses.

A rotary mower may be electric, battery or a petrol engine.

Hover mowers

Hover lawn mowers hover above the ground, making them easier to push and adept at mowing uneven surfaces. Hover mowers are a good choice for unusual-shaped lawns and cheaper than other types. Hover lawn mowers are not always suitable for large lawns, are usually electric powered and have rotary blades.

Self-propelled mowers

Self-propelled mowers are ideal for larger yards, ranging between ¼ and ¾ acre, as the mower pushes itself to reduce the fatigue of the person mowing the lawn. The user walks behind the self-propelled mower to control its path.

Self-propelled lawn mowers offer both front and rear wheel drive depending on your yard’s needs.

Front drive pushers are ideal for smaller yards with many obstacles as the front wheels swivel by allowing easy 180-degree turns.

Rear wheel drive mowers are ideal for hills due to their traction and have better steering control but can be harder to navigate sharp turns. Rear wheel drive mowers are better suited to open yards with steep hills.

Bagging mowers

Bagging is a technique used to catch cut grass and mowers are available with both rear and side bags that produce a fresh-looking lawn every time you mow.

Rear bagging mowers give you more manoeuvrability around obstacles throughout your yard.

Mulching mowers

Mulching mowers have mulching blades that cut the grass into fine pieces and return them to your lawn to act as a natural fertiliser. A mulching mower works to improve your lawn’s health and does not require any extra time or money. A mulching mower also removes the time you may spend emptying the grass out of a bagging mower.

If your lawn size is larger than ¾ acre than consider a ride-on mower.

Review: EGO Power battery-powered lawn mower takes much of the pain out of mowing the lawn

I like the idea of doing lawn work. Through all of the sweat and heat, there’s a deep sense of satisfaction once the job is completed. I think I enjoy it primarily because it’s the antithesis of my daily routine as a tech blogger.

Sadly, there are some things that make it hard to enjoy the traditional lawn care routine. The putrid smell of gasoline, the allergies, dealing with mowers that won’t start, the deafening noise, the numbing vibrations of the handle, running out of gas, etc.

The very idea of an alternative-powered lawn mower always appealed to me, but their shortcomings were too much for me to seriously consider one…until now.

Things I hate about gas-powered mowers

  • Gasoline fumes smell awful
  • Refilling the gas tank
  • Starting can be difficult
  • The noise is deafening
  • They can be very heavy
  • The exhaust pollution makes me sick
  • They can take up a lot of space

Things that made me dismiss electric mowers up until now

  • Not enough power
  • Not large enough to make efficient passes
  • Cords, if corded, can be dangerous and annoying
  • Batteries ran out too quickly
  • Charging took too long
  • Terrible designs

Video review

The EGO Power mower not only eliminates the issues presented by gas-powered mowers, but solves many of the conundrums raised by electric mowers as well.

Not only does this 56V mower pack the power, but it features the battery longevity, the quick charging, and a deck size large enough to compete with gas powered dinosaurs of old. The EGO Power even features a design that isn’t downright offensive, which is a trend that seems to be catching on. Dare I say that this mower makes caring for my lawn fun?

If there is one potential downside to be had with the EGO Power, it would have to be its price. Although the mower is available in a bare tool configuration that omits the battery and charger, once you acquire all of the necessary parts it, adds up to a substantial price.

Thankfully, there are several pricing options and deck configurations to lend as much variety to customers as possible. I purchased my EGO Power from a brick and mortar Home Depot store, as I wanted to view it in person before pulling the trigger on such a product. After testing it out, I’d be confident buying any of EGO’s products from Home Depot’s online store, or even from Amazon.

I purchased the 21″ model from HomeDepot, but if you’re okay with downsizing an inch and losing a few amenities, you can get the 20″ model in several configurations directly fulfilled by Amazon with free shipping. All mowers come with a 5-year limited factory warranty for the mower, and a 3-year factory warranty for the battery charger.

Amazon availability

If you have a small to medium-sized yard, then the 20″ mower will most likely work for you. That said, I wanted to get the largest mower that I could get, so I opted for the extra inch. Along with the extra blade width, you get a wider range of cutting heights that can be adjusted. The 21″ EGO Power mower features six cutting heights ranging from 1.5″ to 4.0″, while the smaller version features five heights ranging from 1.2″ to 3.5″. Depending on your needs, this is something to consider.

Cutting height comparison

Along with the width of the blade and the cutting height positions, there are a few other amenities that you’ll only find on the larger mower. The larger mower features three adjustable handlebar positions versus two on the smaller mower. Along with the size difference, there are also self-propelled options to consider, which can add an extra 100 to the price.

Unboxing and Initial setup

The unboxing was surprisingly pleasant for an outdoor appliance, and it was evident that at least some amount of care went into the product’s presentation. The mower arrives completely assembled, which is awesome for someone who wants to get down to business as quickly as possible.

The box that the EGO Power ships in is fairly sizable, but it’s not so large or heavy that it’s unwieldy. If you’re buying the mower from a brick and mortar store, or moving it from the front porch after it’s shipped to your house, it would definitely help to use a small dolly to cart it around.

Included in the package is a 56V 5Ah battery and corresponding quick charger. The first thing that you’ll need to do upon unboxing is begin charging the battery, and EGO’s design makes this as painless and as idiot-proof as possible.

Charging the battery involves removing it from its box, plugging in the quick charger, and placing the battery on the charger so that it lines up with the contacts. After a series of calibration noises, you’ll hear a fan turn on as the unit starts to charge. The fan is moderately loud, but that’s the price you have to pay for being able to charge a 5Ah battery in less than an hour.

Once I took care of the battery charging, it was just a matter of preparing the mower for first use. Initial setup was super easy, because there’s basically nothing to set up. The mower arrives in its storage position, which means that the handle is compressed and folded flat to take up a smaller footprint.

The quick-adjust lever located on the side of the mower’s handle allows you to reposition the handle from its folded position into the upright position. Once the handle is upright, you can then use the handle-locking clamps to extend the position of the handles into operating position.

The mower ships with an optional grass catcher bag that can be affixed to the rear in order to catch leaves and grass clippings. As someone with a grass allergy, sneezing and itchy eyes are inevitable, but I find that the grass catcher bag helps keep my allergies somewhat in check.

Starting the mower

Once the handle is in its upright position and fully extended, simply lift the battery lid and push the charged battery into the battery slot until it clicks into place. From there, it’s just a matter of holding the safety button near the top of the handle while pulling the bail switch upward. The mower will immediately start, but the process will be much faster and quieter than you may be used to if coming from a gas-powered rig.

The wonderful thing about battery-powered motors is that there’s no string pulling in order to start the mower. You literally just press the safety button followed by a pull of the bail switch, and the mower starts — instantly. It’s such a satisfying feeling to know that you can start and stop the mower on a whim.

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Mowing the lawn

I didn’t opt for the self-propelled version of the EGO Power, and although it would be nice, I wasn’t sure if the 100 premium was worth it given my small, flat lawn. The majority of this mower is made out of high-grade plastic, and while plastic isn’t usually a material that’s deemed to be desirable, I find that it makes the Power. at a nimble-feeling 62lbs (with battery pack), light and easy to maneuver.

Obviously, the most important thing about a mower is how well it performs cutting grass, and after testing it several times, I can say that it performs admirably. Grass was cut on the first pass, and there’s enough power available to easily cut through taller, thicker grass as well.

Although it’s not exactly recommended, I was even able to cut through lightly damp grass with no issues. Cutting my lawn with this mower felt like I activated some sort of lawn care cheat code, lending me an unfair advantage against my itchy allergy-causing nemesis.

Many of the cordless mowers that you’ll see out there feature smaller decks, which require more passes to cut an entire yard. The 21″ deck on the EGO Power feels like a traditional gasoline-powered mower, in that its deck is large enough to cut a yard with fewer passes. I imagine that the 20″ model wouldn’t be all that different from the 21″ model in this regard, so it may be worth the money and weight saved to go smaller.

Battery life

One of the most impressive things about this mower is its battery life. With the 5Ah battery that it’s bundled with, it features a run-time (45 minutes) that’s longer than it’s total charge time (40 minutes). That’s mighty impressive. For those of you who opt for the slightly smaller 20″ model with the 4Ah battery, you’ll enjoy the same run-time but even less charge time (30 minutes).

Having such charging and battery performance really takes one of the major pain points out of green lawn care. It’s battery-powered, so you don’t have to finagle with cords, and it features a battery that can fully charge and be ready in well short of an hour. importantly, a single charge adds enough run time to be able to completely mow most small to medium yards.


There are a lot of little details that make me admire this mower the more that I use it. One such detail, the LED headlights, makes it easier to cut the lawn in the later hours of the evening. Another detail, the battery gauge on the lithium-ion battery, makes it possible to tell how much juice is left on the mower’s battery. Although I enjoy both of these features, as you’ll see below, each could stand to improve on EGO Power’s later model revisions.

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All of the products in EGO Power’s lineup — mower, blowers, trimmers, etc. — work with the same battery packs. That means that I can use the same battery pack from my mower to power my blower. I can even upgrade to a 7.5Ah battery to extend the mower’s 45-minute run time, although that’s probably overkill for my yard size.

I especially love how the mower is capable of folding up for storage. If you’re short on space, this is a huge space-saving feature. Once folded, the mower can stand upright or even be hung on a wall.

Improvements that can be made

The EGO Power isn’t perfect, but I much prefer it to gasoline powered mowers that I’ve used in the past. That said, there are a few areas where improvements could be made.

The battery features a power indicator button that gives users an idea as to how much battery power is left. Unfortunately it only starts to tell you when the battery is low when it’s at 15% battery remaining or below. That seems a little drastic. I wish the battery included a more incremental way to monitor its remaining life.

I also don’t like that I have to stoop down and press a button on the mower’s deck to engage the LED light. I love having a light available, but I often forgot that the light was even there.


I’m far from a lawn care connoisseur, but having a green mower makes me excited about lawn care much in the same way that those who weren’t previously car enthusiasts are excited about driving since Tesla has emerged.

Many gasoline powered mowers make mowing a chore, and many battery-powered mowers make it needlessly tedious. The EGO Power mower throws out many of the negatives about both technologies, and can make mowing enjoyable. It’s not perfect, but it’s as close as I’ve gotten to a gasoline powered mower without any of the negative side effects.

Yes, it’s quite pricey starting at 449 for the 20″ model with 4Ah battery, but the more adoption this technology receives, the faster the will drop. I certainly don’t regret paying a premium if it means not having to deal with gasoline fumes, pulling strings, and all of the other negatives associated with mowing with a traditional mower.

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The best hand push mowers in 2023

Our round up of tried and tested hand push lawn mowers.

If you’re looking for a straightforward lawn trim, then a traditional hand push mower could be the garden tool for you. With no battery, fuel or electricity to worry about, manual lawn mowers are a more environmentally-friendly option.These pedestrian powered machines are pushed along the lawn and the cylinder blades rotate to trim the grass as you move. They do require a little more push power than automatic mowers, and walking briskly will give a better cut so you’ll get a workout and burn calories each time you mow. And although a push mowers isn’t for every garden – they’re best for small to medium-sized (up to 250m²) lawns on flat ground with few bumps, the exercise will help keep you fit and they’re generally much more of a budget option compared to their high-tech counterparts. They’re kind to your neighbours too, as they’re much quieter than powered mowers. Cylinder mowers generally give a smoother, sharper finish than rotary mowers and their rear roller creates elegant stripes. Usually small, they’re easy to store and light enough to manoeuvre well around the garden,

If you’re not sure which type of lawn mower is best for you, take a look at our reviews of the best electric lawn mowers and the best cordless lawn mowers.

Best hand push lawn mowers at a glance

Our expertise

To help you find the right hand push mower, we tested a range of these traditional machines. Everymower has a detailed list of pros and cons for clarity and has been rated according to setting up and storage, ease of handling, performance and value for money. Every mower in our round-up has scored a minimum of three out of five stars, so you can buy with confidence.

In every review we award outstanding products our coveted Best Buy award. To see these and the others we recommend, browse our pick of the best cordless lawn mowers, below.

Best Buy hand push lawn mowers

Webb 30cm Autoset sidewheel

Our rating: 4.8 out of 5

  • Comfortable to push and hold
  • Cuts all grass smoothly and tightly
  • Front loading grass bag catches clippings well
  • Quiet

Easy to put together and use this simple hand push mower is comfortable, thanks to rubber grip handles, even when pushing over longer grass. It has six cylinder blades offering four cutting heights that are easy to change. The mower cuts from 40mm right down to 10mm, so it gives a precise, neat clip but also cuts longer grass well. It’s quiet, copes with even bumpy ground easily and the 17 litre front collector was the best at collecting clippings in our test. We gave it a BBC GardenersWorld Magazine Best Buy for the best budget push mower in 2023.

Gardena Comfort Hand Cylinder 400C

Our rating: 4.5 out of 5

  • Very easy height-of-cut adjuster
  • Large grass collector that catches clippings well
  • Feels sturdy and well designed
  • Cuts well

While there is more to assemble with the Gardena push mower, our tests found the instructions for putting it together clear to understand. The shaped handle was comfortable to use and folds down simply for easy storage. Our experts were impressed with the four easy to adjust cutting heights displayed on a clearly visible scale. The grass collector has a 49 litre capacity but is sold separately. This mower is guaranteed for two years and we gave this a BBC GardenersWorld Magazine Best Buy for the best push mower all round in 2022.

Cobra HM381

Our rating: 4.5 out of 5

  • Compact and light
  • Quiet
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to adjust the height of cut
  • Good value

We awarded this a BBC GardenersWorld Magazine Best Buy for the best value push mower in 2022 and found it easy to put together with clear instructions. It’s compact and lightweight making it easy to push and operate and the handle is padded for extra comfort. There are four cutting heights ranging from 13-38mm, which can be simply adjusted and a 26 litre grass collector is included. It comes with a two year warranty.

Webb WEH18

Our rating: 4.5 out 5

  • Quiet
  • Nine heights of cut
  • Wide cut
  • Very simple height-of-cut adjustment
  • Tackles long grass
  • Effective front grass collector

Awarded a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buy for the best for performance, this traditional cylinder mower design has a solid, heavy rear roller and a 22 litre collection box. The instructions for assembling it are clear and it’s light, easy to manoeuvre and quiet to use. There’s a generous choice of nine cutting heights, which are easily adjusted and range from 25-76mm, which is the highest in our test and ensures it handles long grass well. The front-loading grass collector on this model collects clippings well and it comes with a warranty of two years.

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The best of the rest

Although some models didn’t quite achieve a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buy award, they still have features that make them worth recommending. Browse our pick of the best of the rest on test.

Husqvarna HiCut 64

Our rating: 4.25 out of 5

  • Comfortable handle and adjustable heights
  • Light and easy to manoeuvre
  • Good, efficient cut, and tackles longer grass
  • Height of cut adjustment difficult
  • Roller doesn’t touch the ground
  • Grass collector sold separately

This Husqvarna hand mower requires more assembly than most and tools are required plus, our testers found that the instructions could have been clearer. However, the mower is comfortable to use with handy flexible handle heights and it’s a quick and efficient mower. Testers weren’t keen on the height of cut adjuster. The grass collector has a large capacity of 45 litres but it’s sold separately and doesn’t collect all the clippings, especially when windy. It comes with a one year warranty but if you register, this is extended to two years.

Einhell GE-HM 38 S-F

Our rating: 4.25 out of 5

  • Lightweight
  • Quiet
  • Simple to change height of cut
  • Adjustable handle height
  • Grass collector doesn’t catch all the clippings and they fall out when emptying
  • Not as smooth a mow as some

Our expert testers liked that the handle on this manual lawn mower had a choice of two heights and that it was padded for extra comfort while in use. Clear instructions are included and assembling the model is relatively simple. There are four cutting heights to choose from which can be easily swapped using a lever. The grass collector is included and has a 26 litre capacity. It’s guaranteed for two years.

How to choose a push mower

Before you choose a push mower think about the following:

Have you got the right lawn?Cylinder mowers need an even surface for the scissor action of the blades to work well, so your lawn must be fairly bump free and 250m² or below. Simpler shapes are easier, unless you opt for a compact model with a smaller cutting width that can be manoeuvred more easily around trees and island beds and under shrubs.

Do you like mowing the lawn?Hand push mowers take more effort than powered mowers, but they are easier to push if the grass isn’t too long. Cylinder mowers work best on fairly short grass and will struggle or not cut long grass at all. So you need to cut regularly or choose a mower with a high height of cut to let you catch up if you miss a mow now and then.

Can you look after your mower?Cylinder blades need regular checking and adjusting to ensure a precise cut and prevent the mower chewing the grass rather than cutting it. Adjustment isn’t difficult, but it’s worth bearing in mind if you’re not mechanically minded.

Do you need a grass collector?Most mowers come with one, but some are sold separately and nearly all the grass collectors in our test failed to catch clippings well, particularly when windy. Although front collectors work best, they block your view. If you’re happy to mow regularly (twice a week in the growing season), you may not need one at all and can simply let the short clippings fall down onto the grass and act as a mulch.

Do you have storage?These mowers must be kept indoors to prevent the blades rusting, so if storage space is tight, choose a model that’s light enough to hang up or has folding handles.

Cut in long straight lines, walking briskly – the faster you walk, the better the mower will cut.

To create stripes, mow around the edge of the lawn first, then start in one corner, mowing up and down. When you finish a stripe, turn and line up the mower with the completed stripe, as

When adjusting or cleaning the mower, stand it on a flat surface with a block in front of the wheels to prevent ir rolling forwards.

How we tested push mowers

All the mowers in our test are cylinder-type, with blades and a rear roller. Each mower was unpacked, assembled snd tested on a flat, circular lawn and on a sloping, less even, shaped lawn to see how ell they performed. They were assessed according to the following criteria with equal marks attributed to each:

  • Setup and Storage. Assessed the ease of assembly and clarity of instructions and how easy the mower is to store.
  • Handling. Focused on comfort and ease of use, handle height adjustment and how to change the height of cut, its weight, the effort needed and manoeuvrability.
  • Cutting performance. Looked at cutting width, the range of cutting heights, collection capacity and the quality of cut.
  • Value for Money. Considered all the above as well as quality and design, warranty and price.

For more information on our testing process see How We Review.

This review was last updated in May 2023. We apologise if anything has changed in price or availability.