Toro launches new battery-powered eHoverPro slope mower at GCSAA Show

By |  February 13, 2023 0 Comments

Photo: Toro

Photo: Toro

Toro introduced its new eHoverPro, a battery-powered maintenance tool, at the 2023 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show.

The new eHoverPro provides a zero-engine emission solution for golf course superintendents maintaining slopes and contoured surfaces. The mower is fully compatible with the Toro 60V Flex-Force Power System, allowing users to swap the 7.5Ah batteries across the company’s lineup of tools.

“We’re very excited to offer another battery-powered option to our customers,” Chris Cooper, senior product marketing manager at Toro, said. “The mower has the same exceptional performance capabilities as the outgoing HoverPro, only using battery power instead of traditional gas power. Lowering emissions is top of mind for many superintendents, and the eHoverPro can help them reach environmental and performance goals all with one machine.”

Toro says the eHoverPro comes with additional features, such as a push-button and a single-speed motor, along with a profiled handlebar that increases maneuverability.

The machine also includes an up to 25-minute runtime on a single interchangeable battery, low noise and hand-arm vibration, a steel blade cutting system, an 18-inch cutting width and the ability to mow slopes up to 45 degrees. The company says, once the 7.5Ah battery connects to the 5-Amp rapid charger, the mower is fully charged within 90 minutes.

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