Other items and supplies include a plastic drip tray motor oil and a container for waste oil. Often a large piece of cardboard is useful as well an old rag or cloth. Also know that this guide deals with push or self-propelled mowers not riding mowers. While some advice here applies they are another animal altogether.
Gather what you need First gather your tools and equipment. You will need a power drill eye protection work gloves and a blade sharpening kit. The kit should come with a ceramic blade sharpener and balancer. Expect to pay about $8 for the kit at your local hardware store. You will also need a torque wrench (or a socket wrench in a pinch) and a wooden block. Consider having a rubber mallet on hand too.
Your Best Digs also recommends the Sun Joe mower but the reviewer also added a number of caveats. He found it will get the job done if you prefer to only bag and just have $100 to spend. However the clippings compartment filled up quickly for him. And the height adjuster felt flimsy and required adjustments on each wheel.