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CC 600

Wide Area Walk Behind
$899.00
CC 600 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 75.
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CC 600
Wide Area Walk Behind
$899.00
CC 600 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 75.
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  • 382cc Cub Cadet® OHV engine
  • Electric start with SureStart Guarantee® and recoil backup
  • 28" rugged steel deck with twin blades
  • Caster front wheels for easier maneuverability


Specs & Maintenance

Product Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Mower, minor issues. I did a good deal of research on wide mowers before I purchased the Cub Cadet CC600. I had it narrowed down to 3 mowers (Cub, Troy-Bilt, & Craftsman) until I found out that they are all basically the same model. What sold me on the Cub vs the others was the bagger and the caster wheels. With the large size of the mower, I wanted the one that turned with ease and bagged grass. The mower took 7 days to get to the store, which was 2 days sooner than estimated. Once the mower was home and unpacked, I noticed that the cheap, plastic wing nuts used to hold the caster wheels in place was already broken. Now I knew that they were cheap plastic and had planned on purchasing metal wingnuts in the future, but not right out of the box. So when you decide to get this mower, pick up two 1/4-20 metal wingnuts or knobs ahead of time. I went with the knobs for ease of use. I then started to assemble the bagging unit and noticed that the deck stud used to secure the bagging tube was completely painted over. Do not try to hand tighten the knob onto it! I did and the stud completely snapped off! I'm not the type of person to put it back in the box and take it back immediately, so I sought another solution. I drilled out the remainder of the snapped stud, sprayed the area with clear enamel paint, and used a zip-tie to secure the tube. It works great... Not as good as the original design, but that did work either... Then it was time to change the blades to the "high lift" versions for bagging grass per the one line in the instructions... Now not a problem for me, but I can see a potential problem for those who don't have big tools. You need a 15/16th (that's almost 1 inch!) socket or wrench to remove the nut for each blade. If you don't have one, pick it up when you get those wingnuts...LOL. Everything else is great with the mower! It cuts great and is very fast too. It is very easy to turn with the caster wheels, and you can leave them unlocked and still mow perfectly straight lines. My mowing time went from 1 hour down to 20 minutes with the Cub Cadet! I noticed it was a time saver in the amount of time I needed to dump the bag, versus the extra 7 inches of deck width, although that did help too! I like that the bagging tube throws the grass clippings to the top rear of the bag so that it fills completely. Be aware that the full bag of grass will weigh significantly more than the bag of a smaller mower, approx 50-60 lbs worth... And the best part is how all the neighbors will come over and stare at your new machine because it's got the looks! I love to show off the beast and show them how easy it is to tame. So even though I had some minor issues at first, I would still highly recommend this mower to anyone looking for a larger mower than a standard 21 inch, but not want a riding mower. I will update this review if anything goes wrong. P.S., It DOES come with the battery charger!
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Unit I recently (May 2017) purchased the CC600 from Home Depot. My new home has a yard that is less than one acre. My previous home had a small yard so I always push mowed with a standard push mower (21"). Upon moving to this home I knew I was going to need a bigger mower. I really wanted to go with a zero turn rider but I wasn't sure that I really need to spend $2500+ to get one. I also had limited storage and a zero turn was going to take up half of my garage during winter storage. So after researching mowers I decided I was going to go with a larger push mower. Not many to choose from in the market but I found the CC600 and became intrigued. I read many reviews and most were positive except for a few minor issues so I decided to give it a try. The CC600 is a beast. I used it today for the first time and absolutely love it. I mowed my yard in one hour which previously took 1:40 minutes with my older mower. The unit performed great and left my lawn looking amazing. I used it in mulching mode and it even cleaned up the old mowers clumped grass mess that was left from my previous mow. I'm looking forward to mowing again! Also I wanted to note the the plastic wing nuts that previous reviews mentioned have now been replaced with metal ones. It also does come with a battery charger which I haven't used yet. The mower started right up out of the box. Also the caster wheels aren't hard to change position on. It only takes a minute to remove the pin and adjust the height. I don't anticipate having to change the height very often anyways.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Saves time! I've waited to write this review. I purchased the mower in the beginning of July, so I've used it numerous times. Over all I'm very pleased with it. It cuts well and has plenty of power. I have a 1/3 acre lot with 11 trees and other obstacles to mow around. What used to take 2 hours to mow and trim now takes 65 minutes! I haven't tried the bagger yet, but I will as more leaves come down. I wish the front wheel adjustment was more convenient, fortunately I don't change height often. I also wish that one didn't have to change blades when using the bag. I guess those are minor complaints when I compare the time saved on a weekly basis when mowing! I was concerned that having a more powerful engine than my previous 22" mower, I would use more gas. Not the case! Running the mower for so much less time, I actually use less gas!
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from smooth and fast first off I almost did not get it as the reviews where not perfect. but realizing only 5 reviews and and two poor ones are about the bagging system I had an idea as to what may have happened with those two after doing some more research. This comes with mulching blades installed. I ran them with the bag and yes it was not perfect. I than put on the high lift bag blades and it was flawless. now my problem is I cant tell what half of the yard I like best, the mulched side or the bag side !!! If I had to try to find a problem maybe it would be the need to change blades. Is there a High lift mulch blade for this mower ? It would be nice if you wanted to mulch all you would need to do is remove the bag shoot. This is fast and smooth and my wife likes it too as it is so easy to start ! this is a must if you are looking for a wide mower.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Home run My previous mower was a cub cadet 997 with the front casters. I was excited when Cub Cadet offered the 28" to compete with the Toro Timesaver. I looked at the 33" versions, but seemed difficult to manuver for what I needed. I purchased my CC600 from local independent dealer last month fully assembled and ready to go. This exceeded my expectations. I installed the mulching blades and the cut is awesome. I was concerned about the 195cc being underpowered, but handled well. The electric start and no choke is great. The mower runs smooth over rougher terrain and the over-sized thick rear wheels are smooth. I hope this is as durable as my previous walk behind. Cub Cadet hit a home run on this one!!
Date published: 2016-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it I've had my 28" CC600 for about a month now. I had a 22" self propelled Toro, so the front caster wheels took some getting used to, but I love it now. I will say the max walking speed is a little slower than my Toro, but with the extra width it still cuts about 10 minutes off my mowing time of 1/3 acre. I've used the discharge shoot and the mulch plug and have't had problems with either, but I have not tried the bagger yet.
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dissappointed Was very excited to purchase this mower until I mowed with it a couple times. Due to the deck design it leaves patches of grass behind and I end up having to basically mow the grass twice. Everything else works pretty well in my opinion except for the electric start. About 3 0r 4 starts and it has to be re charged. Overall i would return this mower if I could due to the extremely poor cutting.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Negatives outweigh positives DO NOT BUY THIS MOWER I wanted to like this mower but it has too many shortcomings. *Heavy *Doesn't turn like I thought it would *Poorly balanced, doesn't like to climb hills and it pops wheelies every time you hit the smallest bump in the yard, especially if the bag is attached. *Sometimes it leaves grass uncut down the center between the two blades, and gets worse if your on a hill and not cutting exactly a straight line. *There is a pretty piece of plastic on the handle, it is actually useless, serves no purpose whatsoever *The rear guard broke off in the first week while moving the mower backwards *Front height adjustment is time consuming( I cut the front and side yards at different heights) *Wheels don't have enough traction *After running the mower for 30 minutes, the electric start doesn't do a good job of starting the mower and sometimes I have to use the pull cord *The mower comes with a bag and chute, but not the high lift blades. I found this out after calling cub cadet. You must purchase the high lift blades separately *Changing from mulching to bagging requires changing the blades of the mower, not something you want to do very often Frankly after 3 months I am sick of using this mower. I am currently talking to cub cadet to plead my case and be able to return it. I would like to leave an honest review so I will tell you some pros *Great power, will cut tall grass without bogging down very much *Electric start is great *The rear height adjustment is perfect *The handle folds up easily and nicely and fits in the shed better than a smaller mower
Date published: 2019-07-16
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