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Greenworks 60V Brushless Li-Ion 21" Self-Propelled Lawn Mower w/ 5Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Greenworks has Greenworks 60V Brushless Li-Ion 21" Self-Propelled Electric Lawn Mower w/ 5Ah Battery and Charger (2509802) on sale for $399 - $70.80 w/ discount code FREEDOM20 = $319.20. Shipping is free. Thanks dsingh2007

Features:
  • Up to 60 minute runtime with fully charged 5Ah battery
  • High-efficiency brushless motor with push-button start provides more power, torque and longer life
  • 7-position, single-lever height adjustment allows you to achieve the perfect cut on all grass types
  • 3-in-1 discharge design, allows you to mulch, rear bag or side discharge grass clippings
  • Includes bagger for collecting grass clippings, creating a tidy lawn as you mow
  • Stores vertically, taking up less space in your garage or shed for added convenience
  • Quiet operation eliminates the need for ear plugs, and allows you to have a conversation while you work
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Greenworks has Greenworks 60V Brushless Li-Ion 21" Self-Propelled Electric Lawn Mower w/ 5Ah Battery and Charger (2509802) on sale for $399 - $70.80 w/ discount code FREEDOM20 = $319.20. Shipping is free. Thanks pepwick

Features:
Up to 60 minute runtime with fully charged 5Ah battery
High-efficiency brushless motor with push-button start provides more power, torque and longer life
7-position, single-lever height adjustment allows you to achieve the perfect cut on all grass types
3-in-1 discharge design, allows you to mulch, rear bag or side discharge grass clippings
Includes bagger for collecting grass clippings, creating a tidy lawn as you mow
Stores vertically, taking up less space in your garage or shed for added convenience
Quiet operation eliminates the need for ear plugs, and allows you to have a conversation while you work

https://www.greenworkstools.com/2...lawn-mower
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I recently had battery issue, I called greenworks , explained the problem, gave a copy of receipt and they mailed me a new battery within 10days. No hassle in replacement. I would be mad if it goes bad again Smilie
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Is this the same or different model from the clearance last year (which none were available in my area)?
https://slickdeals.net/e/13777367-greenworks-60v-battery-operated-21-in-lawnmower-with-5-amp-battery-and-charger-200?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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I have the 60v Snapper version of this and love it. On my second season going strong.
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I have this that I got last year and my back left tire locks up unless I have self propel engaged.
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I got one of these mowers last year, and love it.
I did get the blower so I could have a spare (lower AmpHr) battery.
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I already have a Milwaukee Trimmer / Blower that I'm content with, so I'm not brand tied or looking to be in terms of the mower. Have a < 1/4 acre lawn area I'd be using a mower for. Is this overkill? Seems like it may be a good value -- I'd only need the one battery for sure.

EDIT: <1/4 acre, not 1/3
As an example, as i cannot speak to the 60v series: I have a 1/3 acre yard, and I go through almost two 4.0Ah batteries on my 40v version. Wetness/thickness of the grass is going to vary the run time (keep in mind that my mower is not self-propelled), but it's usually a 1.5 hour mow time, plus I pop the battery in the string trimmer and finish my yard with the remaining juice from the final battery. Some times I'll have enough left to even blow the remaining grass out of my driveway.
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Someone else has the Snapper Smilie

It is kinda stupid that the batteries between the snapper and Greenworks have different interfaces. They are the same battery.
If you ever need extra batteries, Powerworks 60v fits like it's OEM.
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Another owner of the Snapper version bought last summer when Walmart was dumping them. I have about a 1/4 acres and two batteries. I can cut the whole yard with one IF the grass is short and dry but I'm lazy so that doesn't happen very often. My routine is to cut half the yard and swap batteries. That way when I finish each battery has around 1/2 a charge which is the optimal charge to store them at for the week or two between cut jobs. I also store my batteries in the house so they don't get too cold or hot.

Never had an issue with power, if anything it is more power full than the 5.5hp gas mower it replaced.
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Just pick one up last week at Costco, working just fine
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I've had the non self propelled version of this for three years. Battery still works just as well as when I got it. Definitely recommended.

Contemplating upgrading to the self propelled version!
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I'm VERY torn whether to pickup a gas or battery mower. I want battery to be better but I'm not at all convinced yet.

To make matters more interesting I moved to an area where electricity is roughly 7.5c a kW (Washington). But I just can't figure out which mower is going to last... These $300-600 mowers I can't imagine having to service the mower regularly AND THEN drop $150-200 on a battery every couple years if it's a pos and every 5 if not.

And THEN even if it's a decent mower the company will still probably go under and stop making batteries for it. ugh
Shut up and just get it. Damn you think too much, do you like gasoline based tools? They suck, period. Some people have to use them though, but do you? Then shut up and get this awesome mower and just take care of it and itll last you 5 something years and all you gotta do is take a freaking battery out and charge it........

Your ears alone will thank you.
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If you ever need extra batteries, Powerworks 60v fits like it's OEM.
Search shows people mentioned groves are different
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I don't have this product, but I have the Kobalt 80v mower with two 2.5Ah batteries and I'm ready to be done with battery powered mower. This is my third season, and the batteries are starting to go to crap. The first year, I could always finish the yard (1/2 acre lot but probably no more than 1/4 acre of actual lawn) without having to recharge the batteries (but I had to swap in the middle as one would run out of charge).

The second year, some times I could finish the yard, but many times, I had to charge one of the batteries.

This year (start of 3rd season), I have never been able to finish the yard without recharging the batteries. I mowed two days ago, and the lawn was longer than normal because it had rained for 5 straight days, and I went through 5 batteries. Not only that, but the batteries were too hot to charge and had to cool down. It ended up taking me 2.5 hours because of the wait for the batteries to cool, the short run time of the batteries, and the time to recharge them. With a gas mower, it would take me an hour maximum.

I just mowed again today, because it is supposed to rain 6 of the next 7 days, so I took a tiny bit off the top (2 days of growth) just so it's a tiny bit shorter the next time I have to mow it, and it went through 2.5 batteries. Not only that, the battery again was too hot to charge (I've rarely had this happen before, I thought it was due to the taller than normal grass) so it took me about 1.75 hours to mow as I had to wait for the first battery to cool.

It's better for the environment obviously, but I've wasted at least 2.25 hours this week waiting on batteries to charge so I can continue to mow.

I would absolutely never purchase a mower with a single battery. Especially seeing as how this battery has a 2 year warranty... and I'm starting to see very bad degradation after 2+ years. You're looking at probably $300 every two years on batteries or waiting for a long time for that large of a battery to recharge in the middle of your mow.

I will be trying to get my batteries replaced by the end of the year, as Kobalt as a 3 year warranty thankfully on the batteries.
Sounds like you may have some bad batteries and hope you can get it replaced. I have the Kobalt 80v (self propelled) and have a friend with the same. Long story short, battery storage and how long you leave a battery on the charger does matter quite a bit when comparing notes with him. As well as if you are bagging, usage of self propelled features/ speed, blade conditions, cleaning of deck and overall lawn variables.

I completely agreed your point of if you are thinking going electric, do think about getting spare batteries... save yourself the trouble and time. This is coming from a guy that started with electric plug ins and then moved to battery powered lawn equipment when they were cheaper. I have pretty much the whole line of the Kobalt 80v (including both the non self propelled and self propelled versions of the lawn mower) minus the snowblower and tiller. Definitely not a Kobalt fan boy but didn't want to keep changing brands when the Kobalt 80v does pretty much everything. That being said, if i were to restart over with my collection, I would have gone with the Greenworks brand (they are the same manufacturer as far as I can tell) since they are cheaper usually and are not always exclusive to Lowes (where Kobalt is). Also Greenworks have a larger 80v line and attachables.
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How's battery life after a year? Sounds like there can be some issues with not charging / holding charge.
I've had this mower about 3years, through Texas heat. Battery appears to be in perfect condition. But it does shut off after 20 mins if using it in 100f weather so recommend second battery. I got the hedge trimmer for $150 with 2.0ah that works great with it too.
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Damn, I didn't see this is the self propelled version, mine is not. Great deal, seriously just buy it and never go back. I hate how Lowe's has monopoly on the batteries though.
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