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Greenworks SP 40V 21" Mower 169.00

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Went to Walmart to jump on the $79 push mower and ran across this. Hell the battery alone retails for $150+. Reviews seem mixed on performance and run time but for $169 it's worth a shot.

Website shows $388 but shelf price and register both showed $169.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Greenw...2222222228

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I picked one up about a month ago for $100. I like it but the one battery isn't enough to last cutting my yard (total lot size .20 acre.) I picked up a blower at another store for $60 to pick up another battery. It takes some getting used to though over my gas mowers, like if you disengage the SP then you have to push it forward slightly or else the wheels are locked up if you try to pull it backwards.
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Lowes recently had the 60V SP with a 5 Ah batt for $159. To my thinking a much slicker deal. I have the 80V (not SP) and bought the 60V for my GF. The 60V & 80V seem to be the same mower (steel deck), just a different voltage platform.
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Is this compatible with the G-Max 40v batteries? Same product line?
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I went to Walmart this weekend and saw the one listed above as well as the 20" inch deck below for $125 so keep an eye out for that too.

Ended up going with the 20", hard to beat that price especially since I'm using this for hard to reach places that my riding mower can't get to.

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Is this compatible with the G-Max 40v batteries? Same product line?
Should be. All the 40v should be the same. I'd have jumped on this instead of the 60v from a month or so ago as I already have 6 or so 40v batteriea
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Is this compatible with the G-Max 40v batteries? Same product line?
I don't think so. Better give a call to GW to confirm.

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It's definitely the same product line. Totally interchangeable.
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I picked one up about a month ago for $100. I like it but the one battery isn't enough to last cutting my yard (total lot size .20 acre.) I picked up a blower at another store for $60 to pick up another battery. It takes some getting used to though over my gas mowers, like if you disengage the SP then you have to push it forward slightly or else the wheels are locked up if you try to pull it backwards.
Similar experience.

Totally dry, not long grass and it would do about half with the 5ah battery. I wanted to love it but it under powered and would have to recharge half way through.
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Lowes recently had the 60V SP with a 5 Ah batt for $159. To my thinking a much slicker deal. I have the 80V (not SP) and bought the 60V for my GF. The 60V & 80V seem to be the same mower (steel deck), just a different voltage platform.
I got the 60v as well. I have a smaller yard but I'm able to mow it 3 times on a single charge. Was afraid it wouldn't last even once. Pretty awesome.
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none in my area....I have the non self propelled version. It work well. I have the 60v and 40v. The 60v last the whole day work.
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I have this mower, I wish I didn't. Its crap. Couldn't cut a 1/6 of an acre with 2 batteries. I now have a smaller yard that is completely flat. I thought ok, this will be ok now. Still nope. I'm stuck with it for now. Waiting on something not GW to go on sale that is at least 60v.
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I have this mower and been cutting my lawn all summer. My personal experience is pretty much negative.

Main issues are battery life and grass getting stuck inside the blade deck which then frequently shuts off the mower.

Battery life has gotten worse after using it four times every month. A single charge gives me 10 mins run time and it takes two full charge batteries to go through my front yard which is not huge. This includes mowing, trimming and blowing. My backyard needs three full charges to get through which is hugely frustrating.

So if you are looking for this deal with single 40v battery, most likely you will end up going for another battery. So please factor in that cost when making this purchase.

Mulching is also bad as it leaves large clumps of grass on your lawn which will be all our the yard.

It has some design flaws which needs to be fixed to make it a good mower. Better skip this and buy another well regarded mower if you can find some.

Edit: My battery is 2.5A but this deal has 5A battery which should perform better than mine. Wish OP included some of these important info in the description
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I have this mower and been cutting my lawn all summer. My personal experience is pretty much negative.

Main issues are battery life and grass getting stuck inside the blade deck which then frequently shuts off the mower.

Battery life has gotten worse after using it four times every month. A single charge gives me 10 mins run time and it takes two full charge batteries to go through my front yard which is not huge. This includes mowing, trimming and blowing. My backyard needs three full charges to get through which is hugely frustrating.

So if you are looking for this deal with single 40v battery, most likely you will end up going for another battery. So please factor in that cost when making this purchase.

Mulching is also bad as it leaves large clumps of grass on your lawn which will be all our the yard.

It has some design flaws which needs to be fixed to make it a good mower. Better skip this and buy another well regarded mower if you can find some.
Exact reason why when I ditch my gas mower I went with corded. Anything under 60v is not powerful for most applications. For me to get the similar performance as my corded or gas mower I would need 80v, but cost for 80v with 2 batteries is too much. So far still very satisfied with my corded mower.
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