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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 13" 18-Volt Li-Ion Push Lawn Mower w/ 4.0Ah Battery & Charger on sale for $149. Shipping is free. Thanks rjpalomar
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I've been waiting for this specific model/size to pop back up on sale as I have a really small yard that I need to maintain... I saw the sale for the 20" models pop up a few days back, but just noticed this on sale today.

RYOBI 13 in. ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Battery Walk Behind Push Lawn Mower - 4.0 Ah Battery/Charger Included

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../304118565
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I got one of these for 50 bucks, had to buy a new battery. It is not a good lawn mower for a large yard. Would stop constantly if the grass is a bit tall.
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Is a lawn mower for ants?
Want to like this but grammar and spelling cringe
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Sure it is.
It's not about the size, it's the amp hours that count. 😂
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Going to be brutally honest on this. I bought another deal on a 40v version of an electric lawn mower. I have an electric car and van and love those so assumed it would be great. I can't finish my front yard even if I mow every few days. I wanted to use it to make my yard look nicer but frankly regret it. It stalls a bunch and since I usually can't finish my front yard I eventually just have to get my riding lawn mower out. I have a riding btw because my front yard is fairly small but my back yard is larger. Anyway unless your a glutton for punishment I'd pass on this. Maybe if your lawn is very very small as well. Hopefully in a few more years with advancement of battery tech but right now it's kind of meh. On the upside its very quiet and since it doesn't weigh much its easy to push
Funny, I too have a riding mower and a Ryobi mower. I live on an acre, but the riding mower is for mowing the neighborhood roads. Anyhow, my 40v mower and trimmer get through my acre with 2.5 batteries, meaning I go through both and wait till one is half charged to finish. One is a 5ah one is a 3 ah. My mower is the dinky 16" push mower (got it for $40) and it handles most things okay, does bog a little on the thick septic field. I'd imagine the higher power ones would never bog down.
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For people who actually enjoy the process of taking care of a lawn look into reel mowers. It gives a higher quality cut.
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Funny, I too have a riding mower and a Ryobi mower. I live on an acre, but the riding mower is for mowing the neighborhood roads. Anyhow, my 40v mower and trimmer get through my acre with 2.5 batteries, meaning I go through both and wait till one is half charged to finish. One is a 5ah one is a 3 ah. My mower is the dinky 16" push mower (got it for $40) and it handles most things okay, does bog a little on the thick septic field. I'd imagine the higher power ones would never bog down.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Husqvarn...1000350539 <- I think the deck may be to big honestly.. Most people seem like they have 16" decks and mine is a 21" which seems like a little to much than it can chew.
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The back yard !
which mower?Applause
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Personally, I'd go with this model instead:

https://www.ebay.com/p/Bubble-Law.../900978592
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My backyard is about 30ftx30ft, my front yard is 15ftx20ft. which one should I get ?
I have a townhouse with a front yard that is 30x30. I got the 40 volt version on clearance for $200. I can mow it 4 times on one charge. My old corded B&D was 13". It took forever. But I'm retired so what else do I have to do?
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For people who actually enjoy the process of taking care of a lawn look into reel mowers. It gives a higher quality cut.
I bought a Fiskars reel and 100% regret it. Any lawn that isnt flat and smooth or contains a lot of crabgrass will get a terrible choppy cut.
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The back yard !
Good one! Smilie
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Is the deal you got still available? I want one of those Egos. . .
It has been around the block twice in the last month. I was able to get one for myself the first time and for my sister the 2nd time. Perhaps the third time is the charm? You never know.
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I have both this 13" 18V model and the walk behind 20" 40V model. I have a house in the city that I rent on Airbnb with a postage stamp yard that the 13" model can cut in five minutes, and it's a champ. I get two cuts on one battery.

For bigger yards I recommend the walk behind 20" - non self-propelled for flat yards, this is what I use at home. It is a little more work than the self propelled but from what I can see in reviews for that model, the non-self propelled battery lasts a lot longer. I can do my entire 1/3 acre on a single battery, as long as I don't let the grass get too thick and overgrown.
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I do my 2 acre lot on my 52" zero turn I have lots of trees and some are only 15-20" apart. The 13" mower will be perfect to finish around the trees I cant get to.
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This is good for a small yard, or to touch up places a ride on mower is too large for. Though if you have a small yard you could probably use a corded mower and extension cord and not have to worry about batteries.
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