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 03-08-2001, 00:21 Post: 25181
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Has anyone heard/used a Big Bee mower. I saw one advertised on E-Bay for about $900.00 (buy it now - NEW). The description claims that it is heavy duty; strong enough to cut brush and give a clean finish cut. I wish I had the exact model number to post, but, I can't seem to find the original E-Bay link.






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 03-08-2001, 09:51 Post: 25201
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Yes, I've seen the Big Bee used. The few I've see are heavy duty mowers, made Army tough. But even knowing that, I'd have a hard time buying it without seeing it myself.
They are heavy too.






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 03-13-2001, 15:31 Post: 25464
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I've had a Big Bee 72 inch mower for a little over a year. It appears very stout and works well for grass, weeds, and small (1 inch)saplings. Haven't tried it on anything larger as yet. I paid around $850 for it locally (Phoenix).






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