Reel mowers are still popular for those who have a small yard and little space to store a gasoline mower.
These are very easy to push mowers built with a solid handle, adjustable cut heights in 1/4" increments, “zinc plated” steel roller brackets and knobs. These mowers can be hung on a wall in a small storage unit or garage
The Clipper USA series provide a high-quality silent type hand push reel mower that simply can’t be matched by any other reel mowers on the market today. In fact, the Clipper USA mowers are built just like the original silent reel mowers were.
- Heat-treated bed-knife is made of special materials to give ultimate toughness and long-lasting sharpness.
- The six-reel blades are riveted just like the original Silent Scotts were
- High-tolerance bearings and heat-treated adjustment levers are standard
- Metal wheels with rubber tires
- Heavy Duty Roller
- Ultra Fine, a one-nut adjustment in 1/4" increments (One thumb nut on each side)
- Hardened, grade 8 bed-knife bolts
- Convenient kick bar for mowing tight corners
- Powder Coated finish with weather-resistant decals
- Fully Warranted against any defects
- 9” standard rubber tires, 9-5/8” tires available as an upgrade for the higher cutting height
All three different Amish reel more companies offer heavy-duty reel push mower models that are hands down much higher in quality than the average reel mowers being sold in hardware and home improvement stores.
The Clipper Reel Mower is the Cadillac-Mercedes of reel mowers. It is all USA made by the Amish using USA made parts. The reel has riveted blades and bed-knife are higher quality US steel and are extra tempered for the longest cutting sharpness. The Bed-Knife and spiral reels were patterned from the vintage Scotts Silent mowers. It is also the most expensive of all reel mowers. Despite the price, it is also the most popular between the Amish and Non-Amish. The Clipper is our best seller.
Mascot Silent Reel Mowers use all imported parts from China and are assembled in China. Before you check it off your list though you need to look at the quality and its origin. It is strictly quality controlled by an Amish company that personally inspects, sharpens and tunes each one before it ships to a customer. The Amish company developed it from the vintage Scotts Silent mowers. Many of the parts will interchange with the old Scott mowers. It is a very popular mower with high satisfaction for the Amish and Non-Amish who are looking for long-term durability and performance. In fact, we had so many calls about why we didn’t carry the Mascot Mowers we figured we better check them out and was pleasantly surprised with what we found. We categorize it as a Buick of reel mowers and is priced mid-range of the Amish reel mowers.
Silver Pro Reel Mower was developed by an Amish Company for a more budget-friendly option for Amish families. It uses a combination of imported parts and the US made parts cousin to the Clipper mowers. It is fully assembled in the US, sharpened and tuned by the Amish. By some accounts, it would be considered made in the USA since many of the parts are made in the US and it is fully assembled in the US. The reel was just recently improved as shown in the newer pictures to now include riveted spiral blades like the Clipper and Mascot. It also uses imported tempered steel blades. It still features steel wheels and solid rubber tires. We categorize the Silver Pro as the Chevy of reel mowers and it’s priced accordingly. It is still much higher quality than other Non-Amish reel mowers.
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- This reel mower is a "real" mower
- In an age of mediocre, intentionally disposable products, the Clipper reel mower is built to last. No expenses were spared in making this thing. Even the hubcaps are metal. I bought the 17" model with the 9" wheels for a small urban front and back yard. The Clipper arrived well-packaged and with a properly adjusted bed knife. While testing the blades as per the manufacturer's instructions, I found that it will cleanly cut strips of paper into confetti. The mower is heavy, as you would expect of something made mainly of steel, but operates quietly and with low effort. The reel will continue to whip along for several seconds after each push. From what I gather, in Amish culture the chore of mowing is usually done by the children and the Clipper is built with that in mind. This thing makes short work of even longer grass and some weeds. There's a reason why they use the same mower head in horse-drawn gang mowers. In this pennywise and pound-foolish time, it's nice to, as they say, only "buy once and cry once".