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Greenworks 2402302-RC Pro 60-volt 540-CFM 140-MPH Heavy-Duty Electric Leaf Blower (Battery Not Included) $48 $48.26

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Greenworks has reconditioned 60V blower on sale for $48.26 with free shipping. New is $99. Battery and charger not included.

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i'm on 80v tools, but this is an AMAZING price I think
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How much extra is battery and charger
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How much extra is battery and charger
Todays deal of the day at Lowe's the battery is $79 before any promo codes. I'd hop on it if you wanted to get a the battery
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How much extra is battery and charger
https://m.lowes.com/pd/Greenworks...1000182357
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so $49 extra for charger and $79 for battery
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Does a 40V battery from a different tool buy same manufacturer work?
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How much stronger is 140 mph and 540 CFM vs 185 and 340 CFM? I already have the 40V blower Vac but I have the 60v battery from my snow blower. I have $20 in ebay buck so this would cost like $28...
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i'm on 80v tools, but this is an AMAZING price I think
Same here. Def a great deal for those with 60v tools. I paid $65 for a like new (but still used) 500 CFM blower.
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I just picked up their 60v chainsaw and it is awesome.
Made super short work of a 25' pine that was recently felled in a windstorm.
Un(?)luckily I had a family member get me an Ego blower for Christmas so I won't be getting this.
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Does a 40V battery from a different tool buy same manufacturer work?
Just wondering whether the 40V battery from Greenworks will work fine with this blower?
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Just wondering whether the 40V battery from Greenworks will work fine with this blower?
Nope. 40v needs 40v tools 60v needs 60v, etc. They are all brand specific also, although some people get crafty and use Dremel tools to cut out grooves so they can be interchangeable with the same voltage.
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I have the 80V Greenworks Pro and it is amazing. That thing is powerful, has several speeds, battery actually runs it for quite a long time given the power it has.

I don't know if the 60V is discontinued (or soon-to-be) but I'd really recommend going for the 80V if you can find a deal on a bundle with battery/charger. The 60V unit in this deal is a great price, though -- if you already have the 60V battery and charger from another Greenworks tool, then yes, this deal is great.

If buying used/refurb remember that the battery itself has a life (whether used or not, possible "worse" if not used much) so factor that in. If the battery is already a few years old, it's risky how much longer it will last before you have to replace. I think GreenWorks battery warranty on new products is 2 years.


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I have the 80V Greenworks Pro and it is amazing. That thing is powerful, has several speeds, battery actually runs it for quite a long time given the power it has.

I don't know if the 60V is discontinued (or soon-to-be) but I'd really recommend going for the 80V if you can find a deal on a bundle with battery/charger. The 60V unit in this deal is a great price, though -- if you already have the 60V battery and charger from another Greenworks tool, then yes, this deal is great.

If buying used/refurb remember that the battery itself has a life (whether used or not, possible "worse" if not used much) so factor that in. If the battery is already a few years old, it's risky how much longer it will last before you have to replace. I think GreenWorks battery warranty on new products is 2 years.
The 60v is their newest line. It just recently came out. It's meant for people who want more power than the 40v line and don't need as much as the 80v line of products
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The 60v is their newest line. It just recently came out. It's meant for people who want more power than the 40v line and don't need as much as the 80v line of products
The 60 volt is actually a Lowe's Exclusive. Just a way to change up the battery a little and charge more money. I don't think there is a ton of difference between the 60v and 80v.
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