This efficient mower features a compact design, making it easy to maneuver in tight spaces, and three cutting systems, collection, mulch and side discharge. The handle folds for easy storage and transportation and double ball-bearing wheels ensure smooth operation and durability. The 7021P also offers 4-point, 9 position cutting height adjustment for varying lawn conditions.

Honda, 21 inch


$ 299.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for 7021P

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  • Handle height adjustment

Product reviews for 7021P

HUSQVARNA 7021P 4.3 5 50 50
good mower I purchased this mower after much research to replace my old mower which is knocking. Due to the research I already knew about the handle bolts. This mower is excellent for its price range. I too noticed the deck flex everyone else pointed out. Given this is a budget minded mower the slight flex is acceptable. I unboxed the mower and had it set up in a matter of minutes. Other users were a little put off by the time it takes to full the engine with oil. I tilted the mower to the side and had no issues. The fuel tank has a fill to level indicator which is very practical. The fuel cap is over sized which aids in removal and replacement. The mower started after about three pulls and ran great. The choke, I find, is very easy to use. I didn't notice any unwanted movement with the handle. Over all, this mower is great, I'm very happy. September 19, 2013
Just Right Like Goldilocks, I am very particular about tools and none more so than lawnmowers. I wanted a sturdy, reliable, mulching/bagging push mower and that is exactly what I got - - HUSQVARNA 7021P. The Honda engine provides excellent power and I expect it to last given the light to moderate use it is used for. The high rear wheels and tall handle make for a comfortable session, even with my 6' 3" frame. Starting is effortless and bagging is very good. It takes on tough Bermuda grass as though it were short blue grass. I am also amazed by the fuel economy - I mow a quater acre and the gas tank level barely drops. I understand the mower is actually made by Yard Machines, but it deserves the Husqvarna name plate. It should give excellent service to a home owner since commercial use requires a very robust (spelled "expensive") machines. September 13, 2013
Handle Height & Grip The mower performs well as adveryised but the limited range of up & down motion of the handle is not very well suited for any one 6 feet or taller causing an unnatural bending of the wrists. Along with the handle height wrist angle the grip thickness of the handle & saftey brake lever together are a little bit cumberson. August 21, 2013
Excellent lawnmower I was skeptical about this lawnmower....I've always used Toro's....but I am very impressed with this one August 5, 2013
okay I was very excited to see that someone had taken a Honda engine and put it on a different frame. I have worked in the lawn care business for many years and have had great luck with Honda engines but could not stand the decks. This mower took a well made frame and put a great engine on it. Unfortunately, ever since I bought this mower it has been vibrating bad enough to make my hands numb, and has also been leaving a small stripe of grass up the middle. I love the design, and the engine, but performance has been lacking. I am going to try a non mulching blade and see if that helps. July 28, 2013
this mower is great i bought it in 09 brand new and i have never had a problem i mow 1/2 an acer with it and i did mow about 4 acers with it a week and it did just fine i love it and i will run it til it falls apart and after that i will get a nother 1 all in all best mower i have ever had July 27, 2013
Flimsy handle I am overall pleased with the product, but this mower has the worst handle I have ever used in 40+ years of mowing my lawns. The handle is flimsy, and every time I turn a corner the handle pops out at the bottom. I'm quite disappointed in this considering the reputation of Husqvarna and the quality of the rest of the mower. July 26, 2013
Great sub $300 mower I purchased this mower about a week ago and had it shipped to my door from a retailer. When it arrived, it was nearly assembled, so there wasn't much to do except tighten the handle and add gas and oil. (My attached picture is how the mower was packaged from Husqvarna) I elected not to use the included oil, rather went with Royal Purple 10W30. (The manual says high quality detergent oil 10W30 is approved for the engine.) Also, I use premium fuel, since I’m only buying about 2 gallons at a time. I push mow ¼ to 1/3 of an acre, and after the first use, I was happy with my purchase! I burned about ¼ gallon of fuel in the 45+ minutes it took to complete the job. I did not have to refuel while mowing. For my first mow, I used the collection bag and I emptied it 3 times. My grass was kind of high due to all of the rain we had for the past 3 weeks in central Ohio. I can’t complain about that seeing as I have a decent sized yard. I will try the mulching method next time. My prediction is it will much just fine. With the collection method, it did a great job of not leaving any clippings behind even when the bag was just about full. The first startup was a breeze. I added the gas and oil (*see note below) and I pulled maybe 3 times before it fired up. Absolutely no smoke and it ran as smooth as could be. The only thing I can’t rate is the durability of the mower, since I’ve owned it for a week. *One side note I will add for those of you who elect not to use the provided engine oil: The manual says a dry engine will take 18.5 oz of oil. 18.5 oz = 0.578125 quarts. I added exactly 0.5 quarts (16 oz), and checked the oil level once settled, which indicated it was full. I pulled the starter cord a few times to cycle the engine, and it still indicated it was full. I started the mower (in about 3 pulls for the first startup) and let the engine run for about 2 minutes. After allowing the engine to rest for about 10 minutes, I checked the oil again, which indicated it was full. Obviously I didn’t continue to add the other 2.5 ounces of oil, since I didn’t want to overfill the engine. I would suggest starting out like this, and making sure you are not overfilling the system. Just a minor difference that I noticed between the manual and what was actually observed. July 18, 2013
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