Snapper adds QPT series mowers

June 25, 2019 -  By
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Snapper added Quiet Power Technology (QPT) from Briggs & Stratton to its new line of walk-behind mowers.

The patented QPT makes the mower 50 percent quieter than traditional gas mowers, according to the company.

The new 21-inch walk-behind Snapper mowers feature a three-in-one multimode deck for mulching, bagging or side discharge of lawn clippings, a lever for seven height-of-cut adjustments and a large bagger capable of capturing 2.4 cubic feet.

The rear-wheel drive and self-propelled mower has a Briggs & Stratton 850 Professional Series engine featuring QPT InStart technology. With InStart, a 10-minute charge of the lithium-ion battery delivers up to 20 starts. The mower also has a cast-iron cylinder sleeve and dual-sealing air filter for a 60 percent longer engine life, the company said.

The 21-inch mower with Briggs & Stratton 725 EXi series engine featuring QPT is available in both push mower and single-speed rear wheel drive self-propelled options.

Snapper’s new mowers are backed by a three-year limited lifetime warranty. Available at Walmart, the 725 EXi engine series mowers are available now, and the 850 Professional series mowers will be available late summer 2019.

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