Not offended, just called out ignorance. You gave a strongly worded opinion inferring laziness about what other people prefer to mow with so you shouldn't be surprised that they have defended their preference.People are way too easily offended and can't handle an opinion that is different from their own. Everyone has their own preference. What works for one might not work for another.
I wouldn't exactly say they were Invented for the commercial user 1stZ-turns were invented for commercial first then made their way into consumer hands for people who just wanted to mow and in a hurry.
Yes, I Know that is why my Father wanted children I don't think my Father Mowed the Lawn again Until My Younger Brother was 17 In 1993 and My Older Brother was Mowing In the late 1960s, I was Mowing in the 1970s Except My Older Brother Had to Mow again when I was In Military school for 3 years in the late 1970s
Yea they are geared for commercial side but if you had hills and difficult areas to mow it might be worth looking into.That's pretty cool. A bit pricey for me but it would be fun to try one out.
They appear perfect for those who seem to have trouble with wet spots, like maybe a person or two on here. . .
...Sometimes I let my wife mow the lawn.
No, those battery powered robot mowers would be the lazy way. But then again, touching up all the missed spots from the random mow pattern...maybe goats are the way to go.That’s the laziest method I can come up with.
I see a lot, and I mean a lot, of very steep side hills cut on an angle with ZTs and the cut looks good.For Hills The Cub Cadet steering wheel Zero turn's are very Good for as well
You sir are a rude individual. The day you replied to this thread, did you wake up on the wrong side of the bed?It is sad. People buy into whatever is hyped up. Zero turns are the big fad now marketed towards lazy people who only want to mow faster. People completely forget that a garden tractor is 100X more capable and comfortable than any zero turn.
Oh?....2018 John Deere X758 - Lawn & Garden Tractors - John Deere MachineFinder
Way less than $14K and way less than 1400 hours, and looks in decent shape, but not in the great white north where Deere machines are much more expensive.