Black & Decker CM2043C 40V MAX 20-in. 3-In-1 Electric Lawn Mower

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Black & Decker CM2043C 40V MAX 20-in. 3-In-1 Electric Lawn Mower Black & Decker Model: bdkncm2043c
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Black & Decker CM2043C 40V MAX 20-in. 3-In-1 Electric Lawn Mower

Perfect for lawns up to 1/4 acre, this versatile 20 in. cordless mower lets you mulch, bag or side-discharge clippings to suit your needs. It comes with two batteries, and you'll love how the EDGEMAX design lets you mow right up to fences and edges. Adjust cutting height with a single lever, and simply fold the handle for compact storage and no tools necessary.
  • 3-in-1 mulching, bagging and side discharge provides versatility and convenience.
  • Included (2) 40V MAX lithium ion batteries for twice the runtime
  • The single lever height adjusts allows you to easily adjust the height of cut from 1 1/2 in to 4 in
  • Mow right up to edges and spend less time trimming thanks to the EDGEMAX design
  • An easy fold handle allows for convenient storage
What’s Included:
  • Cordless Mower - CM2043
  • (2) LBX2040
  • 40V MAX Charger
Power Source
Cutting Height Settings
Cutting Height (Min.)
1.50 in
Discharge Settings
Drive System
Cutting Path
20 in
UL Safety
CSA Safety
Wifi compatibility
Batteries Included
Battery Type
Starter Type
Case Included
Wheel Size (Front)
7 in
Wheel Size
7 in x 10 in
Wheel Size (Rear)
10 in
Bluetooth Compatibility
Motor Type
Mulching Capability
Charge Time
5 Hours
Speed Controls
Charger Included
Cutting Height (Max.)
4 in
ETL Safety
Deck Material
ABS Plastic
34.88 in.
16.81 in.
21.88 in.
47 lbs.
Warranty Term
2 Year

Reviews :

2.7 / 5.0
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Best mower I could have purchased.
I bought this product about three months ago. It has a good smooth now. My yard gets done pretty efficiently and is all evenly cut. I would recommend this mower to any mom like me. Looking for a simple to use mower.
August 25, 2019
Originally posted at
Pros and Cons
I like the weight of the mower; it makes it easy to maneuver. I like the 3 options available for mowing, regular, mulching and bagging. The storage compartment for the second battery is handy. The mower is so much quieter than a gasoline powered mower. That said, these are the cons. I have .18 acre with a ranch house, a double car garage and vegetable garden on the lot and I can never mow the entire yard at one time with two charged batteries. Years ago I had a B & D Firestorm drill, saw and reciprocating saw set and was disappointed by the short life of the battery charge. I was really hoping B & D had made significant gains as to the length of time their batteries held a charge. I was profoundly disappointed. It also takes a very long time to recharge the batteries so my lot cannot be mowed in one day. My other concern is that I wish there were more adjustments for the handle to accommodate the wide range of heights of people mowing.
August 24, 2019
Originally posted at
I have had this machine for over a year now and am pleased with it. It was bought to cut the grass in my wife's rose garden. We like to keep the grass at 4 to 5 inches, a job it does well, with little noise. We put the clippings into our compost, where they are needed more than on the grass. The mower cuts about a bag of clippings for each charge of the battery, so each stop to change batteries is also the time to empty the clippings bag.
The times suggested for battery life are quite optimistic. I have found that I mow about 6 minutes per charge. I bought 2 more batteries to allow more cutting at a time. This is a good trade-off. Every gas mower (I have 6 needs to be fed the more expensive gas, plus stabilizer. They also require far more maintenance than the battery powered mower.
The mower cuts better in dry grass than wet grass, but this is true of all mowers except hand-held scythes that work better in wet grass, but are better suited to haying.
August 22, 2019
Originally posted at
Worst Electric Mower Ever!!!
I had a previous B&D 36V self propelled electric mower I bought 4 years ago. Due to electrical problems with the charging port I had to dispose of it. I could do my entire 1/4 acre yard on one charge, and keep in mind it was self propelled. It was a great mower and even collapsed to stand upright against the garage wall. This new one is 40V and comes with 2 batteries, not self-propelled so I figured it would do my lawn easily. I figured takes me 4-6 battery charges to get my lawn done. And with a 4 hour charge time it now takes me 2 days to do what should take 35 minutes. Not self-propelled and doesn’t collapse for easy storage. I’ve only had it 3 weeks, going to try to get my money back. Black and Decker : What were you thinking when you created this mower? You a great product and ruined it.
August 8, 2019
Originally posted at
Weak product
The first summer we had this mower it was taking several days to cut our lawn which is less than 1/4 acre. We would go through 2 batteries and charge them overnight and go another day. By the time we got it all mowed it would be time to start again. We sent it in to get looked at and all they did was give us 2 additional batteries, which helped to lower the amount of days it took to get it all mowed. Fast forward a year and we started having issues with the mower starting. At first it would just cut out fairly early which I just assumed was another bad battery. However I was putting in brand new batteries fully charged and it would start and quit immediately. So owning it for 2 years we’ve had a ton of problems. I recommend a battery powered mower for sure. This brand just might not be the best.
July 27, 2019
Originally posted at
Dont waste your money. Batteries dont last long
I have 2 Batteries and cannot mow my entire front lawn. Forget about the back yard as the grass is too tall now because it takes days to get the front lawn done that it doesnt have enough power to mow it
July 5, 2019
Originally posted at
3 Years!
For a homeowner this is the perfect machine. I like to cut my lawn before work so it's really early and since it's quiet no one knows I am out there cutting. I have a large lot at 3 acres (not all grass. It's been a great machine!
August 17, 2018
Originally posted at
Have to learn this mower's agenda
Two batteries don't do the job - IF I TRY TO CUT THE GRASS TOO SHORT. However, if I move the setting a bit higher, the mower doesn't strain and the batteries work just fine. In other words, don't make the batteries work too hard!
July 3, 2018
Originally posted at
Battery life
As the others have stated, the mower itself does a great job, easy to push and adjust, quiet, however, the battery life is not as described. I have a small yard and have not been able to completely mow it entirely at one time Using both batteries. The batteries are too hot to start the recharge immediately and then takes more than two hours to fully charge.
I am retired and did not expect to spend all day mowing my lawn!
June 4, 2018
Originally posted at
Battery life is a problem
This mower cuts well and does so quietly. The adjustable settings are quickly and easily changed to suit need; however, battery life is not as advertised. My yard is probably a little less than a 1/4 acre then remove the area of the decks, and gardens from that. Took two fully charged batteries this afternoon to cut my front and side yard. Put one of the batteries on to charge which took approx. 4 hours. Then started cutting the back yard, and only got about half of that done before the recharged battery quit. Will have to wait until tomorrow to finish off the remaining yard.
June 2, 2018
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