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Home Depot: Ryobi 16 in. 40V Cordless Lawn Mower with 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger $199.99

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The Home Depot is currently selling the Ryobi 16" 40V Cordless Lawn Mower (includes a 4ah Battery & Charger) for $199.99, which is an $80 savings compared to the list price of $279.99, or about roughly 30% off.

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Prices valid 5/17/18 - 7/4/18 (per Home Depot website)

Highly recommend picking this up sooner than later, as a similar recent promotion for the 18V model at this price quickly sold out. This is a great deal, as they are currently selling their 18V model (with no battery or charger) for the exact same price!

If you have a small/medium size lawn, these mowers are fantastic - no messing with gas or sparkplugs (though I recommend picking up an extra battery or two - lessons learned!)



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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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Unavailable in stores and Out of Stock Online!
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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
For small lawns for sure. Need more volts, more amp hours, and a wider deck to replace a mower for a 1/5 or 1/4 acre yard.
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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
I can't speak to the 40V model, but I picked up the $199.99 16" 18V model that was promoted here a month ago and I am extremely happy with it. I have a relatively small urban yard. The first time I mowed, the grass was quite long and I got about 40 minutes of battery life out of it before I had to charge the batteries (I highly recommend getting an extra battery). I'm typically able to mow both parts of my lawn on one set of batteries, but I bought a few extra just in case, as having a battery die when not being done mowing is mortifying.

The lawnmower is ridiculously quiet and mows like a champ. Over heavy grass, the motor struggles a bit but if you slow your pace down, it gets through it easily. The mower itself is lightweight and folds down for easy storage. The only complaint I have is that the body is mostly plastic. While I'm just a bit more careful than I would be otherwise, some people don't like that.

I think this is a good deal as it includes a battery, which normally goes for around $100 a piece - other models don't come with it. Personally, I like the 18V more because the batteries are more widely interchangeable but this is still a solid deal.
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Unavailable in stores and Out of Stock Online!
Already!? I literally just posted this a few minutes ago and it had inventory online! Frown

This happened frequently with the 18V that was on sale awhile ago - keep checking back as they routinely loaded more inventory.
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For small lawns for sure. Need more volts, more amp hours, and a wider deck to replace a mower for a 1/5 or 1/4 acre yard.
I would agree with this. The 16" fits my small lawn perfectly, but if I had a slightly larger lawn, I would absolutely want the 20" model. The 16" is more maneuverable though, I found.
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I am going to swing by my local HD and look at this... Was looking at a gas model Toro but love the battery idea
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I am going to swing by my local HD and look at this... Was looking at a gas model Toro but love the battery idea
Heads up - I don't think the carry this specific model/combo in stores, but they do have quite a few of the battery-powered Ryobi in store.
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Heads up - I don't think the carry this specific model/combo in stores, but they do have quite a few of the battery-powered Ryobi in store.
Thanks for the heads up!
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Unavailable in stores and Out of Stock Online!
Showing back in stock for online on 5/18 @ 8:30 am CST.
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This is a great deal. Almost grabbed the 20" 40v when looking for my mower.

For anyone in the electric mower market, I looked at the Ryobis, Kobalts, and Egos before finally settling in the Greenworks 21" 60v from Lowe's. I've been extremely happy with it so far and added the blower and trimmer while on sale a little while back (using $20 off $100 coupons and gift cards purchased at discount to maximize saving.)

The Greenworks has more than enough power (and automatically picks up power in taller, thicker grass) and cuts well. With most electric mowers, you're getting the convenience of a push button start, no noxious fumes, lightweight/maneuverabilty, and very quiet operation. (I had a conversation on my cell phone while mowing this weekend.) I have about 7,000sq ft and can do the whole yard, plus blowing and trimming using the biggest battery, but now have two backups. Most importantly for my wife, the Greenworks has a traditional mower design, preventing the appearance of "vacuuming" the yard.

For those deciding whether or not to go battery, I highly recommend it. Do the research and find what features are most important to you, think about the whole brand ecosystem of products, and consider investing a little more up front.
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Gone. OOS
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Gone. OOS
I have an alert set to notify me when inventory comes back online - it's been going "in stock" and "out of stock" fairly frequently this morning. I'll update once I see it live again.
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Second year using this - for a smaller lawn - I highly recommend. Not having to deal with gas is a pleasure. A plastic flap came off the from underneath and the sent the part within a week.
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