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Ryobi 21” 40 volt mower/6 amp battery and charger included. 5th gen $369.99

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Ryobi 21" 40 volt brushless Smart Trek self propelled mower. 6 amp battery and charger included. 5th generation with steel deck

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308634192
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At this price point, why not green works or craftsman?
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At this price point, why not green works or craftsman?
Yep, Craftsman 60v 7.5amp self-propelled is a beast!
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At this price point, why not green works or craftsman?
Because Ryobi is backed by Home Depot. Craftsman has already been sold once. Who knows what the future holds for the brand. Not sure about craftsman, but there are lots of different Ryobi 60V tools that use the same batteries.
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Because Ryobi is backed by Home Depot. Craftsman has already been sold once. Who knows what the future holds for the brand. Not sure about craftsman, but there are lots of different Ryobi 60V tools that use the same batteries.
Craftsman was bought by Stanley Black & Decker, they're not going anywhere. This Ryobi is 40v btw, less powerful cutting. It has shorter battery life with longer charge time, finicky self-propel, and you have to buy the side-discharge accessory separately...
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Craftsman was bought by Stanley Black & Decker, they're not going anywhere. This Ryobi is 40v btw, less powerful cutting. It has shorter battery life with longer charge time, finicky self-propel, and you have to buy the side-discharge accessory separately...
And the Ryobi is objectively in the bottom 5 in most categories from this current review:

https://www.protoolreviews.com/bu...iew/47674/


Definitely would recommend Craftsman or Greenwork @ recent prices
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I've used the Ryobi all season. Not a complaint to be had from me. Plenty of battery life to finish my entire lawn and it works great.

Bought mine as a combo with a blower. One day the blower just quit. Went to Home Depot. They didn't sell this exact one since the one that came as a combo was different. Also, had my smaller battery in it from the weedeater. They simply swapped it out for the more powerful one on the shelf. No muss, no fuss. And got a larger battery to boot.
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