In the box

Grass collection bag (1)
Mulching insert (1)
High-lift blade KA2124 (1)
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Kress 60 V 46 cm cordless brushless self-propelled lawn mower — tool only
KG757E.9

Quiet, zero-emissions, and cost-effective, KG757E.9* delivers uncompromising performance and more mowing comfort for medium sized lawns up to 800 m². *with 1x4 Ah battery

  • 46 cm cutting width and 55 l large collection bag for premium cutting performance that exceeds petrol; cost-effective and longer runtime
  • Self-propelled and rear-wheel drive with variable speed adjustment for easier mowing, even on sloped terrain
  • Chip-controlled motor power maintains cutting performance even in dense grass
  • Kress-built brushless motor delivers more power, longer runtime and extended lifespan compared to brushed motors
  • Ergonomic handle design for maximum comfort
  • Part of Kress 60 V battery system, one 60V battery can power all Kress 60 V tools

In the box

Grass collection bag (1)
Mulching insert (1)
High-lift blade KA2124 (1)

WHERE TO BUY

Key features

  • Variable speed drive
  • High performance brushless motor
  • One-button folding and easy handle adjustment
  • 2-in-1 bag and mulching (side discharge sold separately)
  • Easy 7 heights adjustment from 20-80 mm
  • Robust wheels with ball bearings
  • Power indicator on board
  • Powerful led lighting

Technical specifications and Manual

Drive system

Drive system Self-propelled
Speed forward min 1.5 km/h

Engine

No load speed 2800 rpm
Motor type Brushless

Basic specifications

Foldable handle YES
Handle type Ergonomic
Handle height adjustment YES

Weight & Dimensions

Product weight 26.5 kg
Front wheels size 200 mm

Cutting

Cutting width 46 cm
Cutting height adjustment Central
Cutting height steps 7
Cutting methods mulching/collection
Cutting height, min-max 20 mm / 80 mm /
Cutting deck material Plastic
Working area capacity 2 Ah battery / 400 m² (600 m² without wheel drive) / 4 Ah battery / 800 m² (1,200 m² without wheel drive) /

Battery & Charger

Voltage 60 V
Battery type Lithium Ion
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