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Greenworks G-Max 16" 40V Li-Ion Cordless Lawn Mower w/ Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Lowest ever on Amazon according to CCC. I believe these may be a YMMV item at WM but that is pretty hit or miss.
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I bought this (with a second 2Ah battery) for $260 last Spring and don't regret it for a second. It has plenty of power, is quiet, and is easy to maneuver. The 4Ah battery will do a relatively small yard, but not a whole lot more. I use mine for mowing a small fenced in area around a swimming pool and it's great for that, way more convenient than the corded mower it replaced.
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Everything of GreenWorks has gone on sale except the hedge trimmer. Aggravating. Back to waiting...
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I would go with corded if you have a sizable lawn, there is a corded 21" for $100 on Amazon the better deal
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Really need the 80V which apparently has been discontinued and a self propelled version is replacing it
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good deal. Thank you OP
just a technical point of view: not brushless...

I will probably wait for a brushless version, although I do not really understand why it is supposed to be better
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I would go with corded if you have a sizable lawn, there is a corded 21" for $100 on Amazon the better deal
That would be a mistake. Corded mowers are an incredible PITA. The 19inch model with extra battery is the right way to go. 16" mowers are for small lawns really.
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Target has it for the same price
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Need the one from Lowe's. I mean the kobalt. to go on sale
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That would be a mistake. Corded mowers are an incredible PITA. The 19inch model with extra battery is the right way to go. 16" mowers are for small lawns really.
I have been cutting my 50x100 with the 21" corded for the past year now even the 10 year old can do it with ease, just go up and down flipping the cord to the strip of grass just mowed the cord never gets in the way NEVER, easy as pie:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uK0dxEMBXfY
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I bought one of these on clearance at WalMart this year. I knew it was going to be small and low-powered compared to 80V models, or of course plug-in or gas-powered mowers. It seems very nice and well-made, easy to use, I like it. It's very light and maneuverable. Easy to pick up and store, put in a truck, etc. (unlike heavy Gas ones). Of course it's only for small areas, and NOT for tall grass/weeds (it will try but doesn't have the "oomph" to shred heavy stuff -- you shouldn't expect that from any battery-powered one, especially not a light-duty one like this.)

I agree that corded mowers are a pain. On the other hand, for long-term cost, you have to consider that the battery in this might last 3-4 years, a bit more if you're lucky. Then you have to buy a replacement which can be $60-$100. That's assuming they still make that battery size/voltage. So there is some risk and cost over time.
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Still waiting for Amazon to reduce the price on the 25302 model which is the 20" twin force mower. They had it at around $279 a couple of weeks ago but it's been $359 lately.
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I've been using an Earthwise 20-inch, 24 volt mower since we bought our house back in 2010. I eventually had to replace the battery in 2015, which I did by changing the batteries inside the casing ($80 plus time) rather than buying a whole new battery ($150). Unless the grass was really thick or, more often, very wet, I didn't have much problems cutting our yard, which is about a third of an acre.

This is a narrower deck, but it's got more oomph. And the earthwise, as a regular battery, never held charges as well as I suspect the lithium ion will.

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Really wish I had gotten this model instead of the Greenworks Twin Force. The tiny little wells that the twin blades are recessed into get completely clogged within minutes if there's so much as a very light dew on your grass.
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