H2Mow

The innovative Crab lawn mower aims to cut back on both environmental and noise pollution caused by conventional mowers. The hydrogen fuel cell powered mower runs almost silently and is also chemical emission free. A push button start, straightforward controls and simple recharger make it extremely easy to operate for any user. The compact mower’s handle also folds flat onto the body for easy storage or transport.

Designers: Otto Polefko and Balazs Botos

9 Comments

  • Quintin says:

    So, the designers of this thing have managed to design a small, easy to build, affordable hydrogen fuel cell with high enough power density to run a lawnmower?

    I like the design of the lawnmower itself, though… I’m a bit curious on how stiff the handle would be, with all these joints…

    That said, this looks like a lawnmower for ‘the 1%’. If they have a lawn to mow, it’s probably quite a bit to large to mow it with something like this…

  • Ali says:

    By the time they get hydrogen fuel cells working, we will have lawnmowers that mow for us. Maybe a high power electric mower concept would work better. Also because this mower’s hand only has contact to one side of the mower, force is not equally distributed across, thus forcing the mower to turn or the operator to use more force keeping it straight.

  • Hunter says:

    Who uses a pushmower anymore?

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