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RYOBI 38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit $2599

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This deal is for the 75 Ah riding mower + the bagging kit (blades included)

To make the deal a little 'slicker', I signed up for a Home Depot credit card to get $100 off (new accounts only) and 24-months interest free financing (4/4 - 4/17; new and existing accounts)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../307684946

For comparison - When sold separately at retail price, the mower is $2699 and the bagging kit is $349.
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I'm so in if/when this thing hits $1500 to replace my current riding mower.
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battery powered riding mowers! what a time to be alive. so cool. my yard is too big by 5 fold, but i hope someone i know buys one. id just like to try one out. i imagine they are oddly quiet.
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battery powered riding mowers! what a time to be alive. so cool. my yard is too big by 5 fold, but i hope someone i know buys one. id just like to try one out. i imagine they are oddly quiet.
I have an 80v Kobalt push mower and the blade is surprisingly loud!
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Wish I knew someone who owned this so I could see it/test it out and get an honest review. I need a riding lawn mower for a little over half acre yard for the new house. Debating on this, cub cadet, or John Deere (the 30 second oil change is winning me over) this deal with the bagger is making the decision harder and harder...
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battery powered riding mowers! what a time to be alive. so cool. my yard is too big by 5 fold, but i hope someone i know buys one. id just like to try one out. i imagine they are oddly quiet.
I hope they are, I have Hustler zero-turn, boy it's louder than locomotive.
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I'm so in if/when this thing hits $1500 to replace my current riding mower.
Last year my local Depot had a display marked down to $1299, and someone snagged it up before I decided to go for it. Keep it in mind at the end of the season for sure.
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Wish I knew someone who owned this so I could see it/test it out and get an honest review. I need a riding lawn mower for a little over half acre yard for the new house. Debating on this, cub cadet, or John Deere (the 30 second oil change is winning me over) this deal with the bagger is making the decision harder and harder...
for 1/2 acre, really? just get a self propelled mower and save yourself several Gs...
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for 1/2 acre, really? just get a self propelled mower and save yourself several Gs...
I have a bunch of trees roots everywhere. Going to have to use the trimmer to make those areas even which should take a while. I bought the battery powered Kobalt last year because I didn't want to spend the money for a riding lawn mower...loved how easy it was but definitely a big mistake. Trust me I don't want to spend the money on one but I unfortunately think I have to.
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for 1/2 acre, really? just get a self propelled mower and save yourself several Gs...
1/2 acre takes like 50-60m to mow with a push mower, it'd be nice to spend less time (and have a 'yard tractor' that could pull things like rollers or aerators).. but I agree with you on the expense part.

I've been wanting to get a 30" Toro Timemaster to cut mow time down to ~30m.. can't really bring myself to throw $1k at a mower yet, though.
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I have an 80v Kobalt push mower and the blade is surprisingly loud!
my ryobi 40v is super quiet
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For that price just get a robomow and let the grass mow itself... ROBOMOW!!!! [robotcleanerstore.com]
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1/2 acre takes like 50-60m to mow with a push mower, it'd be nice to spend less time (and have a 'yard tractor' that could pull things like rollers or aerators).. but I agree with you on the expense part.

I've been wanting to get a 30" Toro Timemaster to cut mow time down to ~30m.. can't really bring myself to throw $1k at a mower yet, though.
Yea I'd prefer to maximize on how quick I can get the lawn mowed without have to pay 50-70 a cut every week or possibly every other week from a service company.
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This is an amazing deal!!! I just got mine used and love it!!!
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Last year my local Depot had a display marked down to $1299, and someone snagged it up before I decided to go for it. Keep it in mind at the end of the season for sure.
Thanks for the heads up!
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