How we collect information on the CPO Sites.
The types of information we collect on the CPO Sites.
How we use information we collect.
The circumstances under which CPO may disclose information gathered on the CPO Sites to third parties.
The choices available to you on the CPO Sites regarding the collection and use of your information.
Security procedures that we have put in place to protect your Personal Information.
1. Policy Scope
2. Our Information Collection Practices
Automatically Collected Information. When you visit the CPO Sites to place an order, browse, read, or download information, we may automatically collect and store the following types of non-personally identifiable information:
Information collected as server logs from information provided by your browser.
Your IP address.
The type of web browser you are using to access CPO Sites.
The type of operating system you are using.
The name of the domain and host from which you access the Internet.
The date and time you access CPO Sites.
The Internet address of the sites from which you linked directly to CPO Sites.
Personal Information Provided Voluntarily by the User. You can use portions of the CPO Sites without providing any Personal Information. However, in order to take advantage of the full capabilities of the CPO Sites and to obtain access to, and use of, many of the features found on the CPO Sites, including placing orders for products offered for sale on the CPO Sites and receiving CPO email exclusives, you must provide certain Personal Information. You may also provide Personal Information when you participate in various services and offerings on the CPO Sites. Personal Information may include, without limitation:
Your name, mailing address, email address, telephone number, fax number, billing information, and credit card number and related information.
Information concerning your interests, occupation, product use and preferences.
You may also be asked to respond to additional questions to help us meet your needs. Certain functionalities on the CPO Sites, such as the "Email This Page to a Friend" feature, may require you to provide information regarding third parties. Similarly, if you request that an order or gift be sent directly to an individual other than yourself, you will also be asked to submit information about the recipient of the order or gift. This information may include a third party's name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, and other similar information.
3. Information Warranty
4. Use and Disclosure of Information
Use of Automatically Collected Information. Information collected automatically through the CPO Sites provides us with information regarding your use of the CPO Sites, including which pages are the most popular with CPO Sites users. That information also allows us to determine if the CPO Sites are working properly and to make changes to the CPO Sites to allow the user to have a better experience on the CPO Sites. We do not use that information to identify a particular user.
We may aggregate and use certain non-personally identifiable information for research or marketing purposes and may share, sell and rent or trade that information and statistical information derived therefrom with our marketing partners, advertisers, or other third parties.
Use of Non-personally Identifiable Information Provided Voluntarily by the User. By remaining opted-in to our email list, you are acknowledging that we may sell, rent, share, trade or otherwise provide or transfer your non-personally identifiable information such as demographic and occupational information to third parties. Such third parties may use such information for whatever purposes they wish or may transfer such information to other third parties.
Business Uses of Information. CPO uses Personal Information you provide to us for internal business purposes, such as (i) for verification at login as a registered user, if applicable; (ii) for marketing purposes; (iii) to contact you regarding the products or services that you have ordered or requested and to provide the same; (iv) for fulfillment of promotions, including but not limited to sweepstakes, contests or subscriptions that you have entered; (v) to process and ship orders; (vi) to send order and shipping confirmations; (vii) to provide customer service, respond to your requests and inquiries and enhance product and service offerings; (viii) to keep records regarding orders, returns and exchanges; (ix) to protect both you and us against error and fraud; (x) to send information, product and service alerts and exclusive offers; (xi) to record usage of the CPO Sites; (xii) to adjust the CPO Sites to your personal preferences; and (xiii) to customize advertising and CPO marketing information regarding our products and services. We may also exchange information, including Personal Information, with other companies and organizations for credit fraud protection and risk reduction.
Service Providers and Vendors. We may also share your Personal Information with certain third parties that perform services for CPO. Those third parties may host the CPO Sites, operate certain features on the CPO Sites, print or send mailings, provide marketing materials for the CPO Sites, authorize and process your payments, provide customer service, analyze data and assist in fulfilling your orders, send emails on CPO's behalf, or otherwise assist CPO with the operation of the CPO Sites. Those third parties are not authorized to use or disclose your Personal Information for any purpose other than to perform the services designated by CPO.
Cooperative Database Services. We may participate in cooperative database services. These services help us to direct print mailings and other marketing initiatives to appropriate purchasers and website visitors. Names and mailing addresses may be shared between participating parties in the cooperative database services, but no credit card information or email addresses are provided to the cooperative.
Business Transfers. Automatically collected information and your Personal Information may be transferred as an asset in connection with a merger or sale involving all or part of CPO or as part of a corporate reorganization, stock sale or other change of control.
Required Disclosures. CPO may also provide your Personal Information to a third party if CPO in good faith believes that access, use, preservation or disclosure is reasonably necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable government request. For example, CPO may be required to disclose your Personal Information to respond to a subpoena, court order or other legal process.
5. Consent to Processing and Transfers of Information
CPO may transfer information that you send to us, including, without limitation, Personal Information, to recipients in countries that do not provide the same level of legal data protection as the country from which you access the CPO Sites. By using the CPO Sites, you consent to those transfers and to the processing by CPO of that information.
6. Notice for Parents
The CPO Sites are considered to be general audience Sites and are not to be used by children. CPO does not sell products that are intended for children and does not intend to collect Personal Information from individuals under the age of eighteen (18). If you are the parent or guardian of a child who has provided personal information to us, please inform us as provided under Section 12 below, and we will delete that Personal Information.
Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to an individual's hard drive to identify previous visitors to the Sites. Cookies are text files that can be rejected or deleted by you at any time. You may disable cookies using your Internet browser settings. However, by deleting or rejecting cookies, you may inhibit the user experience on the CPO Sites and other sites. For example, in order to complete online transactions, cookies must be accepted.
Track user visits.
Track your shopping cart and purchases.
Determine what set-ups are most frequently rendered.
Save your password so you do not have to provide it each time you visit CPO Sites.
In addition, we currently contract with several online partners to help manage and optimize the CPO Sites. We use the services of a marketing company to help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising and how visitors use our sites. To do this, we use Web beacons and cookies provided by our marketing company on the CPO Sites. The type of information we collect includes which pages are visited, which products are put into the shopping cart, which orders enter the checkout process, which checkouts are executed with payment, etc. By supplementing our records, this information helps us learn things like what pages are most attractive to our visitors, which of our products most interest our customers, and what kinds of offers our customers like to see. Although our marketing company manages the information coming from our sites on our behalf, we control how that data may and may not be used. If you do not want to help us learn how to improve our sites, products, offers and marketing strategy, you can "opt-out" of our ability to analyze such data by contacting us (see Section 12).
9. Managing Your Information
You may "opt-out" of receiving future email or other communications from us by clicking the "unsubscribe" link at the bottom of any email that you receive from us, or by contacting us (see Section 12). Please note that removal of your Personal Information from our database or "opting-out" will not stop (i) marketing or advertising content that is ready to be mailed or is queued for transmission to you prior to the time when we can implement your request, or (ii) the use of your Personal Information by third parties with whom CPO may have already shared your information.
10. Updates and Changes to Policies
11. Contact CPO
P.O. Box 50768
Pasadena, CA 91115
California Privacy Rights
Under California Law, California residents have the right to request that CPO not share his or her personal information with third parties for those third parties' direct marketing use. To make such a request, email us at email@example.com or by mail to:
P.O. Box 50768
Pasadena, CA 91115
Effective December 31, 2007
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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
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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
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.
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.
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.
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 wrong...it 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.
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.
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
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!
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!
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!
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.