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Woot.com has Greenworks 40V Brushless Cordless Mower w/ Charger + 2x 2.5 Ah Batteries (MO40L2512) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is $6. Thanks superbrasso
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This efficient cordless battery platform gives you all the power you need to tackle your yard. Kick gas to the curb and go green. No fumes, no mixing, no maintenance and no pull cords. Life gets easier with Greenworks.Take the work, out of yard work.

Includes (2) 2.5 AH - 40V Lithium Batteries
Durable 21'' steel deck lets you mulch, bag or side discharge allowing you to maintain your yard the way you want it
Dual battery port design enables one battery to be stored while the other fuels the mower for uninterrupted cutting; saving a you a trip to the garage
Innovative Smart Cut technology automatically increases the speed of the blade when more power is needed
Push button start and lightweight construction make yardwork a whole lot easier
Up to 55% of U.S. homes only need one charge to get the job done
Vertical storage for 70% more space in your garage
Run Time: 70 min.
Cutting Heights: 7 Position
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They have been out several years now, theres a handful of options.
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Strange. I have the twin blade as well, bought from Target on sale and have been using it for four summers now. Still have the two original batteries it came with. I did notice this past summer the smaller one, 2.0Ah, does not hold a charge as long as it did the previous year. The larger one seems to be fine. Also would like to note that I am on a corner lot so there's a whole lot of grass to cut in the front and back of my property. (About 10k square feet) I always mulched the first two years of owning the mower but I started to bag on the third year. It makes a big difference in battery life when mowing. I also use the smaller battery in the first slot and once it dies I throw it on the charger right away in case the grass is taller than normal, like after lots of rain. It charges pretty quickly. I also sharpen the blades every summer.
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Where's a lawnmower that cuts your lawn like a roomba then goes back and charges itself. Also you need an obnoxious alarm on it for losers who like to steal other people's property and maybe even a GPS tracker in it.

Did I just come up with the best idea ever? I'm going to go patent it ASAP. brb.
They have been out several years now, theres a handful of options.
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Where's a lawnmower that cuts your lawn like a roomba then goes back and charges itself. Also you need an obnoxious alarm on it for losers who like to steal other people's property and maybe even a GPS tracker in it.

Did I just come up with the best idea ever? I'm going to go patent it ASAP. brb.
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I have a 4.0 AH 40v battery "same brand". Can I use it with this mower instead of the included one?
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How does this compare to Troy Bilt TB280 ES 163cc model # 12AGA2A6711?
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How does this compare to Troy Bilt TB280 ES 163cc model # 12AGA2A6711?
This one is battery powered, that one is gas. Electric can't beat gas but you need pull the cord to start and maintenance ...
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I have a 4.0 AH 40v battery "same brand". Can I use it with this mower instead of the included one?
You should be able to. The mower I had would use a variety of their batteries including a 4.0Ah. The restriction would be the clearance for the size of the 4.0 battery.
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I bought into the Greenworks line. I bought a different mower (twin blade) as well as a couple other outdoor tools and batteries. By the time I had cut the grass the 3rd time, I no longer had enough battery to finish the yard (3 batteries 2.5 Ah up to 4.0Ah). I made several attempts to contact support, and I kid you not, 6 months later, they responded to my initial message. By that time, I bought a gas mower, sent back what i could to Amazon and had my credit card company reimburse me for the rest that was not accepted as a return.
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I bought into the Greenworks line. I bought a different mower (twin blade) as well as a couple other outdoor tools and batteries. By the time I had cut the grass the 3rd time, I no longer had enough battery to finish the yard (3 batteries 2.5 Ah up to 4.0Ah). I made several attempts to contact support, and I kid you not, 6 months later, they responded to my initial message. By that time, I bought a gas mower, sent back what i could to Amazon and had my credit card company reimburse me for the rest that was not accepted as a return.
How big is your yard? Also how long did you wait before mows?
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I bought into the Greenworks line. I bought a different mower (twin blade) as well as a couple other outdoor tools and batteries. By the time I had cut the grass the 3rd time, I no longer had enough battery to finish the yard (3 batteries 2.5 Ah up to 4.0Ah). I made several attempts to contact support, and I kid you not, 6 months later, they responded to my initial message. By that time, I bought a gas mower, sent back what i could to Amazon and had my credit card company reimburse me for the rest that was not accepted as a return.

Strange. I have the twin blade as well, bought from Target on sale and have been using it for four summers now. Still have the two original batteries it came with. I did notice this past summer the smaller one, 2.0Ah, does not hold a charge as long as it did the previous year. The larger one seems to be fine. Also would like to note that I am on a corner lot so there's a whole lot of grass to cut in the front and back of my property. (About 10k square feet) I always mulched the first two years of owning the mower but I started to bag on the third year. It makes a big difference in battery life when mowing. I also use the smaller battery in the first slot and once it dies I throw it on the charger right away in case the grass is taller than normal, like after lots of rain. It charges pretty quickly. I also sharpen the blades every summer.
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I have been in the market for a mower for a while and doing a lot of reading. I appreciate everyone's comments, because you are re-affirming my research. If you have anything slightly bigger than an avg citt lot i.e. 30 mins to cut, go with gas. Seems to do better and people seem happier.
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Strange. I have the twin blade as well, bought from Target on sale and have been using it for four summers now. Still have the two original batteries it came with. I did notice this past summer the smaller one, 2.0Ah, does not hold a charge as long as it did the previous year. The larger one seems to be fine. Also would like to note that I am on a corner lot so there's a whole lot of grass to cut in the front and back of my property. (About 10k square feet) I always mulched the first two years of owning the mower but I started to bag on the third year. It makes a big difference in battery life when mowing. I also use the smaller battery in the first slot and once it dies I throw it on the charger right away in case the grass is taller than normal, like after lots of rain. It charges pretty quickly. I also sharpen the blades every summer.
This was the experience I was hoping to have. It started great with the first cut of the season. But I don't think it handled the Michigan spring well. But the support was horrid!
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How big is your yard? Also how long did you wait before mows?
Believe it or not, just over 5000 sqft. It was early spring so upto two weeks between.
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