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Ryobi One+ 16" 18V Lithium-Ion Cordless Push Lawn Mower w/ 2 Batteries & Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 16" 18V Lithium-Ion Cordless Walk Behind Push Lawn Mower w/ Two 4.0Ah Batteries and Charger (P1111) on sale for $199. Shipping is free. Thanks hyattsd
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Home Depot has a good deal on the lawn mower that includes 2 batteries. Seems like a good deal. First time posting, so hopefully it looks good.

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I have had this mower for about 18 months cutting a small city lot of about 35 x 150. I have steep bank down to the river that this mower makes cutting a breeze. I can generally cut the yard on 1 set of batteries. I absolutely love this mower. Bought my stepfather 1 about 1 year ago and he loves it also.
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EGO or no go. Seriously, spend a little more on the EGO products. This is coming from someone who owns like 90% of all Ryobi tools.
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It doesn't run at 40v. like I said in my post, it uses them in a 5S4P configuration so that it can draw more current. Voltage doesn't matter, it's *wattage* that counts, and if you double the current at half the voltage, you end up in (almost) the same place as a 40V tool that runs at half the current and double the voltage. I say (almost) because this probably doesn't quite fully double the current, and there are some increased losses that reduce efficiency/power (more heat loss in the brushes, windings, wiring, etc; beefier brushes with more friction, yada yada).

The limiting factor in ALL tools is the max power output of the batteries. 40V tools are actually more powerful because the smallest battery they sell for them has twice as many cells as the largest 18V battery sold. Ramping up the voltage mostly just helps to decrease manufacturing cost by decreasing current; it does not make the tool inherently more powerful. An 18V pack with 20 3.7V cells in it can output the same power as a 40V pack with 20 3.7V cells in it. Consider this: the huge a$$ starter motor in your car only runs at 12V. To make up for that, it sucks down something like 200 amps. Requires gigantic wires and gigantic windings - take a look huge hose-sized wire connected to your car battery sometime (OK, maybe more 'tube' sized, but ... you get the point). Those could be puny little 12AWG wires if your car ran at 120V.
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Bought one earlier today with the trimmer and blower combo. Hopefully it's a good product
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Nice first post, repped!
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Saw this in the ad yesterday. I've been thinking about getting this for awhile now for a) a second lawnmower (I have a 20" greenworks that I love) and b) because I have a ton of ryobi tools. Would make for a great secondary mower.
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Bought one earlier today with the trimmer and blower combo. Hopefully it's a good product
Please share... what combo did you purchase?
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EGO or no go. Seriously, spend a little more on the EGO products. This is coming from someone who owns like 90% of all Ryobi tools.
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People are for real stocking two mowers in their garages just because?!
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EGO or no go. Seriously, spend a little more on the EGO products. This is coming from someone who owns like 90% of all Ryobi tools.
Or greenworks if wanting to save money. Otherwise yeah, EGO is easily the best.
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is 18V enough power? I have a BD 40V and think it lacks power can't image 18V.
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Saw this in the ad yesterday. I've been thinking about getting this for awhile now for a) a second lawnmower (I have a 20" greenworks that I love) and b) because I have a ton of ryobi tools. Would make for a great secondary mower.
Why do you need a second lawn mower?
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Why do you need a second lawn mower?
Smaller. Good for tighter spots. Also my wife never mowed a lawn before- until I bought the greenworks. Now she finds it to be quite relaxing and enjoyable (I'd agree) and often steals if from me when I'm mowing. Buying this would likely allow someone to mow the back yard while the other mows the front. The 2 batteries and charger also make for a great excuse.
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I have had this mower for about 18 months cutting a small city lot of about 35 x 150. I have steep bank down to the river that this mower makes cutting a breeze. I can generally cut the yard on 1 set of batteries. I absolutely love this mower. Bought my stepfather 1 about 1 year ago and he loves it also.
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