The engineering is interesting. It looks to me like the slide plates slide out, so they'd be held in place by centrifugal force if the pin were dislodged. What I'm wondering is how you get at the pin, when it's ABOVE the blade. The video shows it off the spindle, but this doesn't look all that simple when actually installed.Agreed.
pitty help if the pin gets dislodged and that replaceable blade goes flying. Who would even want this? it's not hard to change a blade to begin with. This just makes things more complicated and likely more expensive to boot.
Debris, nah, mowers never get caked with debris.How does this work when caked with debris? How do you balance it? How is it faster than an impact and sticking another blade on?