So, you've decided to buy a mower that isn't a riding mower and now you're trying to figure out whether you should buy a walk-behind or a stand-on mower. Both are useful tools to have at your disposal. The technology in non-riding mowers has grown leaps and bounds over the past few years. You might be able to narrow down your decision by weighing a few of the differences between these two popular varieties of mowers. Let's talk a little bit about each and why certain customers prefer one over the other.
Walk-behinds are still a popular variety of mower because of the control and navigation that they afford a user. While both stand-on mowers and walk-behinds are popular choices for smaller yards, the walk-behind has a proven track record when it comes to steeper slopes encountered by landscapers. The Velke Gear Drive offers a high-quality cut and compact design which is perfect for those on a budget. The Velke Hydro is a common choice for professionals and offers the biggest drive tires of any fixed-deck walk-behind mowers in the industry. Learn more about these workhorse walk-behinds here Walk behind .
While the stand-on mowers were once just king with the riding mower crowd, they've been in high demand with former walking mower users as well. Stand-on mowers are perfect for landscapers who mow a lot of smaller yards. They take corners well and save you from having to walk during a majority of your mowing duties. Walk-behinds have gotten smaller over the past few years, leaving users with a much smaller cut-width. It's for this very reason that stand-on mowers are also booming. Wright offers our Stander® series of mowers that have completely changed the way lawn care professionals have thought about stand-on mowers. It has a versatility and durability that is unparalleled in the world of stand-on varieties. To learn more about the compact, affordable Stander® mower series, check out some of these amazing features Stand-on .
Walk-behind and standing mowers both offer their own benefits to lawn care professionals. Stand-on mowers have evolved to handle both smaller and larger yards, while walk-behinds provide a user with a great level of control, especially when it comes to the steepest of hills. Whatever mower variety you decide to purchase, you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Make sure you check out Wright's high-quality mowing options and talk to your dealer Dealer Locator about purchasing a new mower.