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Ryobi 13 in. ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Lawn Mower - 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger Included $149

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Missing the price here - 25% off makes this $149.
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Is 13" too small for 1/4 acre lot? Is battery time good for this size with one charge?
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Anyone have any experience on this mower?
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Anyone own this?

How long does battery last for you?

How many times did you have to empty the bag?

I have the sun joe and this this last like 15-20 minutes and I have to empty the bag every few minutes because of how small it is. I'm going to return it but still need a mower.
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Is 13" too small for 1/4 acre lot? Is battery time good for this size with one charge?

I'm curious too.
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13"? That's a joke
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Is 13" too small for 1/4 acre lot? Is battery time good for this size with one charge?
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I'm curious too.
It'd be fine only if you LOVE cardio.

13" is WAY too small.
18V is WAY too weak (even 40V is too weak imo)
Will it cut the whole thing? Sure...probably. But how many hours do you want to spend mowing your lawn to save $50-100 over some of the other mower deals that pop up?
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It'd be fine only if you LOVE cardio.

13" is WAY too small.
18V is WAY too weak (even 40V is too weak imo)
Will it cut the whole thing? Sure...probably. But how many hours do you want to spend mowing your lawn to save $50-100 over some of the other mower deals that pop up?

There are other reasons to use a small electric mower. No gas, no oil changes every year, lighter weight, etc. Do you have this mower, or are you just able to form the correct answer, every time, magically? Smilie
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Is 20 inch good enough? I am looking at a corded model.
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I posted this looking for feedback really. It's a new item so reviews are limited. So far I only see useless negative comments here. If you can flip the battery and charger on Ebay seems like a great deal. I've got extra batteries from the free tool promo so battery life won't be an issue. Currently using a corded 14" sun joe which works fine but I want cordless.


When you live in major metropolitan areas and not in places where land is cheap, you may have a small yard and limited storage space believe it or not.
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Until this, the smallest I had ever heard for a mower was 16". I honestly cannot understand the point of a mower with a cutting swath scarcely wider than a one foot ruler.

Maybe they could cross-market this with Fitbit and pitch it as an exercise device designed to maximize the number of steps to mow your lawn.
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I have the Ryobi 16 inch 18 volt version that I use to effortlessly cut a city sized 35 x 140 lot sloped down to the river. I love it! It's powerful enough to do the job and light enough to push an 8 foot bank. Surprisingly it cuts wet grass better than my older gas powered mower. It's takes 2 batteries to cut the grass usually. I liked mine so much that I got one for my stepfather who also loves his. Cordless is the way to go! Hope this helps some of you.
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Specs say that the battery runtime is 15 minutes. Charge time is 2 hours.

So I would only get this if I could mow my whole lawn in 15 minutes.
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