- On June 21, 2012
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OK, so let’s do the math. If a lawnmower is 40% wider than your standard 21 inch mower, then it should take you 40% less time to mow your yard. Whether that’s ten minutes or twenty minutes, who wants to spend time mowing the yard? Yet, you don’t want a larger riding mower because it won’t fit, or just costs too much.
That’s why we’re excited about the new Toro TimeMaster 30. Instead of the standard 21 or 22 inch cutting widths, this new walk behind mower has two blades offering a 30 inch wide cut.
The TimeMaster’s extra-wide, yet lightweight, 30-inch cutting deck features a twin-blade cutting system and two-point height-of-cut adjustment to give you professional-looking results. The 12-gauge steel deck, cast aluminum frame and Briggs & Stratton 190cc OHV engine provide durability you can count on.
When it’s time to mow, the TimeMaster’s innovative Personal Pace® automatic drive system does the work for you. Simply place your hands on the handle, press down, and Personal Pace adapts to your mowing speed. A traction-assist handle helps tame uneven terrain, and a larger capacity bag allows you to capture more clippings without sacrificing maneuverability. With the TimeMaster’s Spin-Stop™ System, you’re able to stop the cutting blades without shutting off the engine. This feature makes it quicker and easier to remove obstacles from your mowing path without having to restart the engine. A handle height adjustment option keeps the mowing experience comfortable for any user. When you’re done mowing, simply press down on the quick-stow lever for easy storage.
“If you have a big lawn and a busy schedule, this mower is for you,” explains Gayle Shuster, One of the owners at Crescent Avenue Gardens in Fort Wayne. “Originally, Toro designed the TimeMaster for homeowners who were looking to buy a small riding mower, but didn’t have the room to store it. What we found is that bigger really is better when it comes to any lawn-mowing task. If you can get the job done faster, that’s pretty appealing for any homeowner.”
The TimeMaster model 20199 starts at $999.99 USD (MSRP) and is covered by a three-year full warranty and Toro’s three-year Guaranteed-To-Start (GTS) promise. The TimeMaster 20200 model, with Key-Lectric® electric start, has an MSRP of $1099.99 USD (MSRP) and features a three-year full warranty and a three-year GTS promise. See Crescent Avenue Gardens for complete warranty information.
Look for the new TimeMaster lawnmower in stock now at Crescent Avenue Gardens.