Craftsman 175cc OHV Briggs & Stratton Quiet Power Technology Engine, 22'' All-Wheel Drive Lawn MowerItem# 07137592000 | Model# 37592
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Cutting Width (In.):||22|
|Fuel Capacity (gal.):||.3|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||94|
|Included with Item:|
|Package Contents:||Lawn Mower|
|Handle Material:||Steel and Plastic|
|Handles Fold For Easy Storage:||Yes|
|Number of Handle Height Positions:||3-position|
|Blade Stop Feature:||No|
|Number of Cutting Positions:||9|
|Engine Brand:||Briggs & Stratton(r)|
|Engine Lubrication System:||Splash|
|Engine Displacement (cc):||175|
|Speed Control:||Variable Speed-Curved Dual Trigger with Overmolded Bail|
|Starter Type:||Pull Start|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Drive Control:||All wheel drive|
|Front Tire Size:||8|
|Front Wheel Type:||Fixed Forward|
|Rear Tire Size:||8|
|Cutting Deck Material:||Steel|
|Cutting Height Adjustment Type:||4 Individual|
|Cutting Height Range:||1.25-3.5|
|Disposal by Bagging:||Yes - included|
|Disposal by Rear Discharge:||Yes - included|
|Disposal by Side Discharge:||Yes - installed|
Ratings & Reviews
Introducing the new Craftsman 22” 3-in-1 All Wheel Drive Propelled Lawn Mower featuring Quiet Power Technology – Briggs & Stratton’s quietest mower engine* with Push Button Start Technology. With a 22” 3-in-1 high-performance deck, this hardworking mower has the power to last and the versatility to cut nearly any length of grass long after your work day is complete. And with Quiet Power Technology, you can have a conversation, hear your children play and mow later in the evening and earlier in the morning.
- All-wheel drive with variable speed lets the mower do the work so you don’t have to
- EZ Store™ access for easy removal of clippings
- 22-in high-performance deck for exceptional bagging, mulching and discharging
- D Straight Underbail with overmolded handle reduces fatigue
- EZ Deck wash for no-hassle cleanup
- 2.6 Bu Dustblocker grass bag helps keep dirt and debris away from you while mowing
- 9 cutting positions (1-1/4-in. to 3-1/2-in) four individual cutting height adjustments for optimal cutting versatility on flat, hilly or uneven terrain
- Installed side discharge
- Push-button start
- 8-in. front tires
- Weight: 92 lbs.
- Available in all 50 states
Added on February 07, 2014
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Most Helpful Reviews
It's nice to be able to just push a button and it starts. Also the allwheel drive is a plus. The water connection is also good, that way you don"t have to tilt it to clean the bottom.
Just bought this so not sure about how durable but it is quieter than other mowers. Love the push button start, which as we get older seems much more important. Service at the local store was EXCELLENT.
We bought this after our ********** died just as our grass reached savannah height. The lawnmower does a great job cutting the grass and the only reason I docked it 1 star is that it is incredibly difficult to turn around. when I mow the lawn I go around in decreasing squares so I don't have to turn around. Other than that it's a great lawnmower. It moves fast as well (my 19 year old who has a longer stride than I do doesn't agree) but for me it was great.
Mower was well packed, put oil and gas in it, charged battery, started mowing. So far is well built, plenty of power on my hilly lawn and steep ditches. It is quieter than my older John Deer.
Very nice mower it has many features electric start ,mulching and all wheel drive as well as a port to hook up a hose to clean it out. It was a snap right out of the box but you had to charge for 24 hours before initial use, One downside is it doesn't have adjustable speed so you get some hand fatigue adjusting the lever so it matches your walk pace but it is very quiet. Its worth the money.
Round Rock, TX
I bought this mower a week ago to replace our old Troy-Bilt self-propelled mower and have mowed with it twice - once the day after getting it home and again today. We have not been disappointed! I took a little getting used to the throttle (used to the old lever with position 1-2-3), but we were prepared for that after seeing reviews on mowers with this type of throttle. Our lot is long and narrow with a steep hill. When we mowed with this mower a week ago, it was the first time we'd mowed this season, so the grass was very long, and this mower went through it like a dream. Today after my daughter mowed, she commented on how much better it is mowing with this new mower - plenty of power/torque, the mulching blade did a fantastic job of mulching both last week and today - and she was able to mow in less time because of how well this mower did. FYI - when we picked up our mower, the box wouldn't fit in our trunk so the gentleman who helped us as customer pick-up took the mower out of the box and loaded it in that way. However, good thing that we knew already from the reviews about the "spare" blade, because it was still in the bottom of the box and we had to ask where it was. Also, according to the manual/instructions that came with our mower - it does state in there that the mower comes with the additional bagging blade and the blade that comes already installed on the mower is the mulching blade. Overall, VERY pleased with this mower (and it's a lot quieter than other gas-powered engines, and a lot less vibration too, which is less tiring on the hands). The only thing I would maybe change would be going back to the old 1-2-3 style throttle (which I did see on another more expensive brand of mower at another store), but we've been able to adapt to the throttle on this one as well.
This newly designed lawnmower is outstanding. Craftsman should be commended on this one. Easy set up. The fold down handle is extremely convenient for transport & storage. It isn't as heavy as other Craftsman mowers and also has good-great AWD power to help you mow uphill if necessary. It's now the quietest piece of lawn equipment that I own. Haven't tried the electric starter yet (still charging the battery for 24 hrs.), but Briggs & Stratton's claim of it starting up on 1-2 rope pulls is totally accurate. Very satisfied with this product so far.
I have to say I love Craftsman. Usually their products are amazing but depressingly not this time. I should have listened to my inner voice telling me to not purchase the brand new 2014 model. Let's start with the good stuff: The engine has enough power and is quite a bit quieter than my last craftsman lawnmower. The lawnmower does give a terrific and level cut. The engine starts with the first pull of the starter cord. If you aren't able to pull the cord the electric start does the trick but remember you have to charge it for 24 hours prior to the first use otherwise you might not get the full life out of the battery. My yard is ridiculously hilly and the all wheel drive does a great job of handling it when it is engaged. This model comes with everything you need and can be assembled in minutes and ready to go (but remember to charge the battery prior to the first use). There is a nice option for easy handle adjustment and quick ability to easily store the lawn mower so it takes up less space. Now the bad: Engineers tend to miss stuff that us in the real world know. For example, the easy adjust handle continuously disengages from the left side when you push down on the handle to raise the front wheels to maneuver or turn the mower. This means that you are left with one handle being firmly attached to the mower and the other one is moving around. This requires you to constantly stop, turn off the mower, use the "nifty" handle adjuster to set the handles then re-start the mower. I remedied this by using a strong clamp to hold the left side in place. The electric start cords flop and fall all around catching any bushes that you pass by. I tried zip tying them to the handle but there is just too much cord. The all wheel drive is a great idea but it doesn't disengage fully when you release the lever, this means that you are pushing not only the mower but also the powerless all wheel drive making it a real pain in the you know what. So i found that you just have to always use the all wheel drive. Which the control levers are very tough to hold continuously depressed to use the drive mechanism... oh, and the fact they say it is varying speeds is a joke. So overall if you aren't able to pull start a mower and have a relatively flat yard with no bushes or shrubbery that doesn't require you to have to pivot multiple times this is the mower for you.