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CC 600Wide Area Walk Mower

$899.00
CC 600 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 20.
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Overall Rating: 3.8

3.8

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  • 28” Steel Deck provides up to 33% time savings vs. traditional 21” mower
  • 195cc Cub Cadet® Performance Tuned Engine
  • Push button electric start with automotive style recharging system
  • Caster Wheels with locks provide zero-turn maneuverability
  • Blade brake clutch allows you to step away from the mower without having to restart the engine
  • 3-year limited residential warranty

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DRIVE TYPE

Drive

Rear-wheel drive, MySpeed™ Drive System

SPECIFICATIONS

Fuel Capacity

1 qt.

ENGINE

Engine Oil

20 oz.

Engine Start

Electric push-button, Thermal Auto Choke w/ SureStart Guarantee

Engine

195cc Cub Cadet® OHV

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

Bagging

2.25 bu. rear, dust blocking bag

Handle/Bail

Foldable Adjustable Loop w/ Indent and Overmold Bail

Mulch Plug

Integrated

Approximate Weight

100 lbs.

Front End

Caster

MOWER DECK

Cutting System

Cub Cadet Signature Cut™

Cutting Options

3-in-1 bag, mulch, side discharge

Cutting Height

1.25" - 3.75"

Deck Wash

Patented SmartJet™ high-pressure deck washing system

Deck

28" steel

Height Adjustment

Three-point, 5-positions

WHEELS

Tires

Zag

Front/Rear Wheels

Full ball bearing 7"/caster 10"

WARRANTY

Warranty

3-year limited residential

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good - Almost Great I bought this mower online thru Cubcadet.com in July 2018, and had it shipped directly to my local dealer. This eliminated the shipping charge. I only paid sales tax and the cost of the mower. It arrived in 6 days and the local dealer (Alex Power Equipment) unboxed and set it up. Totally unexpected but really appreciated. Initially, the electric start didn't work, but the folks at Alex Power found a wire inside the starter switch housing had detached, so again, great service. The first couple of times I mowed, I used the side discharge. It works well, but throws the clippings a long way - sometimes towards the neighbor's lot, sometimes toward the flower beds. So I switched blades and am now mulching and am very pleased with the performance. I do not plan to bag, but I may consider side discharge if the grass occasionally gets too long for mulching. I've mowed at least 8 times now and found that the cut is very even and I'm saving about 1/2 hour on my 1/2 acre lawn. Height is set at the next to highest level and will stay there, and I'd guess most will "set it and forget it" too. I like the fact that the engine stays running and the blade disengages rather than shutting off. You will appreciate the electric start, as the manual start requires a good strong pull. A charger is included, however I haven't had to use it since the initial charge. The swivel wheels make it very maneuverable, even for it's size and weight. I've found that the front of the deck can go right up to a tree. and it trims as close as the side of the deck. There is enough traction and power to climb hills and ditches, and handling is capable on inclines. I've noticed a bit of bogging down when the grass got too long, but not in normal conditions. On the one occasion when I was forced to cut wet grass, the underside of a deck was a mess and had to be cleaned manually, then washed using the washout port. However, cleanup is really easy if the grass is dry and this mower does excellent work in dry grass. The user instructions could be improved. Important information was somewhat buried in the manual, for instance, the need to change oil after the first 5 hours of operation. The pulley cover on the deck fills with clippings, and should ideally be removed and cleaned out every time you mow, otherwise when washing, you'll leave wet grass under the cover and corrode the deck. Maybe a hinged cover rather than removing 4 bolts? The gas tank as noted by others, is undersized, and the side filler location makes it difficult to fill to the top without spillover. In the end, despite some annoying engineering, I am very happy with this mower and would recommend it for those with up to an an acre. If you are considering a riding mower, you will find this unit easier to maneuver and taking up just a little more space than a conventional push mower.
Date published: 2018-08-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what you'd expect Received the CC600 with excitement - It's been used heavily for over 30 days now. Excellent balance between handle and body. That is where quality ends. Front spindle legs were not welded correctly, the right leg is raised 3/8" - makes some turns difficult. The electric start was a great idea for the first week. Then sporadically won't turn over and no trickle charge on the battery during running. Gas tank is a terrible design - side entry leaving almost a third of the tank empty. Run time on one tank - an hour! That is marginal at best. The plastic sweep / protector shield is already torn. As received it was set up for mulching. Blades were so dull, they pushed grass, not mowed it. IF you actually want this mower, get two sets to keep one always sharp. When mulching, the only time it works is if the grass is very dry and less than 1.5" above cut height otherwise you get a massive build-up in the cutting cavity which defeats mulching capability. Finally, when putting the balds into action, the 600 motor is almost too weak. If you move the arm too quickly, the motor will die. This is no where the quality, design or engineering I'd expect from Cub Cadet - I hope you're reading this to know my frustration in managing 3 plus acres.
Date published: 2018-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes some getting used to... This is so much larger than the basic 21" I previously had which is why I say it takes some getting used to. I didn't have a power wheel mower so the my speed is such a great thing to have! Yes, the bagger chute does occasionally get clogged, but that is with extra long grass or if I cut early and it's still damp. My only issue with this is the bagger design - it's only held in place at the top so this becomes a pivot point. The bag actually jumps around such that a gap is created at the bottom and I'll have clumps of grass falling out. This was particularly bad when the cotton wood 'fuzzies' accumulated on the lawn so these clipping just left long trails. I've actually used a clip to hold the bottom of the bag against the mower. THIS DESIGN NEEDS AN IMPROVEMENT. All in all, it was great upgrade.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Extremely Disappointed After reading reviews on dual blade wide cut mowers which boiled down to a choice between this mower and another brand, I chose to purchase this one, sight-unseen as my local dealer did not have a floor model.. I chose it over the other brand because it had the swivel front wheels (which work great). The first time I mowed with this mower, I had the mulching hatch closed and the mulching blades installed as it came from the factory. The mower deck clogged at least 3 times causing me to have to tip it onto it's side and clear the grass from the underside of the clogged mower deck. After I finished, I scraped the sticking grass from the mower deck with a rubber cake spatula and hooked the deck cleaning attachment to my garden hose and ran it per the supplied directions. The deck washer did nothing to clean the deck. My wife noticed that there was a line of higher grass in the middle of each mowing pass.This line corresponds to the gap that exists between each blade (the mower blades do not overlap but instead the mower deck is angled to compensate and theoretically makes the blades overlap when mowing in a straight line). Regardless, the quality of the cut is unacceptable. Besides the major clogging issue and poor quality of cut, here following are the major design flaws with this mower: 1) Gas Tank is Too Small, Fill Neck is Angled and Difficult to See into Tank when Filling (easy to overflow) 2) Adjusting Front Mower Hgt at Swivel Wheels w/ Cotter Pins is Awkward and Time Consuming 3) Underside of Mower Deck Paint Finish is Thin and Coarse Textured, Some Paint Wore Off During First Use of Mower 4) Underside of Mower Deck Not Sealed At Blade Shaft and Allows Grass Clippings to Blow Into Pulley Housing Above Mower Deck-Needs Clean Out after every Mowing to Avoid Accumulation and Future Corrosion of Mower Deck from Above. This involves removal of plastic pulley cover. 5) Converting From Mulch Mode to Bagging Requires Installation of an Unwieldy Pipe Assembly Mechanism and Requires Changing Both Mower Blades-Not a Quick Operation 5) Purchased Underdeck Spray to stop Grass From Clogging and Sticking-Does not Prevent Clogs with this Mower Deck 6) Too Many Thru Bolts on Underside of Mower Deck Trap Grass Clippings and Will Eventually Rust. 7) The Electric Start has run out of charge and won't restart the mower after the 3rd or 4th restart (after stopping and clearing the mower deck clogs). 8) During mowing, I've had the mower shut off after about a half hour of running for no apparent reason in the middle of mowing my lawn. It restarts and still has fuel when this occurs. On the plus side, the lockable Swivel Wheels are great for maneuvering around trees and making turns. The "Self Paced" speed control works well and is a nice feature but doesn't quite allow me to walk fast enough on long straight runs. The 28" Blade Cut would be fabulous if the mower blades were "Overlapping" and could provide a nice cut. Oh, and changing the oil was pretty easy with that Rubber Oil Change Hose Extension. It looks like a serious mower but has some serious shortcomings. I tried to like this mower and gave it a fair shake all summer (2017) to see if I could work out the idiosyncrasies but in the end, the poor quality of cut when looking at my grass after mowing is just plain unacceptable.
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Electric Start is Poor Quality Bought mower 1 1/2 yrs ago. At first the elctric start was fine. Then it wasnn't. As a woman, I am not strong enough to start it manually. Thought maybe I had a faulty battery, so I bought a new one about 2 months ago. Didn''t help the problem. My husband can start it manually after several tries, but the mower should start with the electric starter. Wouldn't recommend this mower based on my experience.
Date published: 2018-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice mower I've had the mower for a little less than a month and mower about 4 or 5 times. So far the mower works great. I planted new grass about 2 months ago and I bought this when it came time to mow it. I had grass from 3.5 to 8 inches in spots and it handled it no problem. First of all the mower takes some getting used to it does like to bounce around a bit but after a few times using it it's not a problem and I notice it's a little easier with the bagger on and it gets a little more weight. Mulching doesn't work that great for me right now but after my lawn starts to grow consistently all around it should work better. The side discharge works well with mulching or high lift blades but works best with the high lift blades. I read a few reviews about the bagging system that said it didn't work that great, I used it with the high lift blades and it worked flawlessly. I saw allot about the front adjustment having plastic wing nuts and the one I bought had metal but I don't know if that was cub cadet or whilfeils(family owned hardware) had replaced them cause I planned on getting them when I bought it. The motor does seem a little under powered but overall it does pretty well. The battery for the electric start does require consistent charging which is a little annoying but not to bad and pull starting it isnt bad at all either. Overall a great mower and hopefully it will last quite awhile
Date published: 2017-06-10
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 5 out of 5 by from Time in half Going into my second season with this mower. It has taken my mowing time from 1 hour to under 30 minutes! I find it performs best mulching, but will also do a great job on bagging and side discharge. It is a nice heavy duty machine but with the personal pace feels like nothing pushing it through the lawn. Worth the extra money over a standard push, just to have less time mowing and more time enjoying the lawn!
Date published: 2017-05-09
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