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Black & Decker 12-Inch Lithium Cordless 3-in-1 Trimmer/Edger and Mower, 20-volt for $95.99 at Amazon.com with free shipping.
  • 3 tools in 1, easily converts from mower to trimmer to edger
  • AFS automatic feed system ensures continuous work without bumping and having to stop
  • Power Drive Transmission prevents bogging down
  • Adjustable height deck & trimmer and pivoting handle
  • Includes 2 batteries for extended run time

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It looks like most electric mowers are discounted on Amazon today.
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It looks like most electric mowers are discounted on Amazon today.
no. I am am market for a 40v greenworks. its still at the same price. The same applies to the other more powerful mowers.
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4 star rating with 890 reviews.
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Pretty handy mini-mower if you don't have much in the way of lawn. Very light and easily stored. The 2 batteries are a big + as they fit all the rest of the 20v lithium battery based B&D assortment of tools.

I've got this and it's really handy for those hard to reach spots which full size (heavier) mowers can't practically reach. The edger comes in handy , too and is easily separated from the mower platform.
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Pretty handy mini-mower if you don't have much in the way of lawn. Very light and easily stored. The 2 batteries are a big + as they fit all the rest of the 20v lithium battery based B&D assortment of tools.

I've got this and it's really handy for those hard to reach spots which full size (heavier) mowers can't practically reach. The edger comes in handy , too and is easily separated from the mower platform.
I am getting to take care of a long storm water drainage ditch in front of my home. Too difficult to use our full size mower and it has been tiring using a plain handheld trimmer. Several reviews said it is great for the job.
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My opinion... Never buy any cordless electric yard equipment unless there is no AC power outlet available within several hundred feet and/or the job is super super light duty. Now, carry on...
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I have the 36 volt Black & Decker string trimmer. It's got plenty of power. I doubt that 20 volts would do much except for very light trimming.
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3 tools in 1, easily converts from mower to trimmer to edger
o AFS automatic feed system ensures continuous work without bumping and having to stop
o Power Drive Transmission prevents bogging down
o Adjustable height deck & trimmer and pivoting handle
o Includes 2 batteries for extended run time
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no. I am am market for a 40v greenworks. its still at the same price. The same applies to the other more powerful mowers.
Should have purchased 2 weeks ago or so when greenworks 80v mower was only $240.
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My mom bought this to take care of the grass area at my dads grave site. Seems an odd way to mow, but very light and she is happy with the results. We also have several other of the 20V units. While I agree they are not for heavy duty work, they do a great job for those of us who only do typical lawn care.
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My opinion... Never buy any cordless electric yard equipment unless there is no AC power outlet available within several hundred feet and/or the job is super super light duty. Now, carry on...
I have the exact opposite opinion. Love my cordless trimmer. Would never go back to gas or corded. I only use gas for the riding mower. Too much hassle otherwise, and I'm pretty good with fixing mechanical issues.
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My opinion... Never buy any cordless electric yard equipment unless there is no AC power outlet available within several hundred feet and/or the job is super super light duty. Now, carry on...
I have been using a 40v Lithium Ryobi power-head along with string trimmer (ryobi), hedge trimmer (craftsman), and pole saw (troy built) for years. This thing pretty closely matches the power of a small 2-cycle engine.

I can typically do all of the weed whacking around my yard without even using half of the battery. I trimmed 6 or 7 trees last year on one battery with the pole-saw, and ran out of trees before I ran out of battery. Last year I got the hedge trimmer attachment, trimmed 12 or so bushes that hadn't been trimmed in 2 years without even using 2 bars of battery...

You can pull your extension cords all over the place if that's your thing, but don't assume that it's the best method just because it's the method you choose to practice. It is certainly the most inexpensive, I will give you that. For me, I hate fumbling with cords if it isn't really necessary. I certainly don't like messing with 2-cycle fuel and small engines if I don't have to.

That said, 20v might be adequate for many, but I would recommend bumping up to a 40v if you have thicker grass/weeds or a bigger area to cover.
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In for one for my dad!
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