Snapper Mowers

It just makes sense that Snapper mowers come from a complete line of lawn care equipment for residences. This equipment is easy to own, use, and maintain. Snapper is all about giving you easy-to-use, reliable, and straightforward cutting equipment.

Snapper mowers are products of Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group LLC, which is an industry-leading designer, producer, and marketer of lawn, garden, and turf care in North America. Products from the Snapper line of lawn care equipment include walk behind mowers, riding mowers, zero turn mowers, field and brush mowers, and lawn tractors as well as snow throwers.

Chipper shredders, leaf blowers, lawn vacuums, and pressure washers are other home and yard power products under the Snapper brand name. Convenient accessories and attachments for yard work and snow removal are also offered. Snapper mowers and their related products are sold through consumer home centers, department stores (like Sears), warehouse clubs, mass merchants, and independent dealers.

Snapper takes a common-sense approach to innovation, so Snapper mowers provide the appropriate features that you need for the way you mow. Using Snapper’s interactive lawn mower selection guide, you can get customized recommendations and find the perfect lawn mower or tractor for your lawn. Snapper just needs a little information on your lawn size, drive, yard terrain, mowing style, and starting type.

The size of your lawn affects the type of mower you’ll need. For yards smaller than half an acre, a walk behind mower is fine. A larger yard may require a ride-on mower.

Knowing what style of mowing you prefer will help to determine the perfect mower for most of your mowing needs. Many of the Snapper mowers are three-in-one convertible. They can be easily set up to bag, mulch, or side discharge grass.

Snapper walk mowers are equipped with easy-starting Briggs & Stratton engines. With these engines, there’s no need to prime or choke the engine. Just give it a pull and you’ll be off and mowing. People who prefer a turn-of-the-key starting type of mower can choose an electric-start model.

One of the types of Snapper mowers in the walk behind lineup is called Pivot-and-Go. This self-propelled mower features a pivoting handle for adjusting its forward speed, and when you move the handle farther forward, the mower goes faster forward, with variable speed up to 4 miles per hour.

To maintain the quality of Snapper mowers, use genuine Snapper replacement parts for them. You can get the correct parts or information for a Snapper mower by always using the model and serial number.