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    Troy-Bilt TB110 Gas Mower

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    TB110
    This Troy-Bilt 21-inch push mower is a basic model. It has an overhead valve engine.
    Description
    This Troy-Bilt 21-inch push mower is a basic model. It has an overhead valve engine.

    Ratings Scorecard

    Test Results

    Side discharging

    Side discharging

    How far and evenly clippings were dispersed from the discharge chute.

     /  5
    Mulching

    Mulching

    Reflects how fine the clippings are and how completely the mower distributed its clippings over the lawn's surface.

     /  5
    Bagging

    Bagging

    Denotes how much clippings the bag held before it filled or the chute clogged.

     /  5
    Evenness

    Evenness

    Judgement of how close the mowers came to even, carpet-like mowing.

     /  5
    Handling

    Handling

    Includes ease of operating the drive controls (for self-propelled only), pushing and pulling, making U-turns, and maneuvering in tight spots.

     /  5
    Noise at ear

    Noise at ear

    Noise measured at the operator's ear in decibels. Models scoring Fair or Poor exceeded 85 decibels, a level at which hearing protection is recommended.

     /  5
    Noise at 25 ft.

    Noise at 25 ft.

    Noise measured in decibels at a distance of 25 feet simulating a neighbor's exposure.

     /  5
    Ease of use

    Ease of use

    Includes ease of starting the engine, operating the blade-stopping controls, shifting speeds (for self-propelled only), and adjusting the cutting height. Bag convenience and ease of changing modes are separate judgments that contribute to the overall score.

     /  5
    Noise

    Noise

    Noise is measured in decibels at the users ear.

     /  5

    About

    The Troy-Bilt TB110 is part of the Lawn mowers and tractors test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, Gas Mowers models like the TB110 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

    Side discharging How far and evenly clippings were dispersed from the discharge chute.

    Mulching Reflects how fine the clippings are and how completely the mower distributed its clippings over the lawn's surface.

    Bagging Denotes how much clippings the bag held before it filled or the chute clogged.

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