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Sun Joe 24V-X2-17LM Mulching Lawn Mower w/Grass Catcher, Kit (w/ 2X 4.0-Ah Battery and Charger) $200

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For those who took advantage of SnowJoe end of season sales few months back, these use the same batteries.

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POWERFUL: Perfect for small to medium lawns, the battery-powered mower's durable steel blade cuts a crisp 14" wide path with precision in a single pass
48V POWER: Included 2x 4. 0 Ah batteries offer up to 65 minutes of rechargeable runtime
ADJUSTABLE DECK: Tailor cutting height with 3-position manual height adjustment
Power Source Type: Battery Powered
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Last Edited by ape June 5, 2020 at 01:49 PM
also $199 at Home Depot [homedepot.com]


Pay attention to only 14" Cutting width! It's like mowing your lawn with a vacuum cleaner!

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Attractive pricing but 14" cut path is definitely on the small side.
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Attractive pricing but 14" cut path is definitely on the small side.
It's confusing, specs at the bottom of page and description says 17-inch

17-inch mowing width
6-position manual height-adjustment lever: 1-inch to 3-inches
11 gallon grass collection bag prevents littering your lawn with clippings
Easy-glide wheels for maximum mobility in the yard + garden
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It's confusing, specs at the bottom of page and description says 17-inch

17-inch mowing width
6-position manual height-adjustment lever: 1-inch to 3-inches
11 gallon grass collection bag prevents littering your lawn with clippings
Easy-glide wheels for maximum mobility in the yard + garden
Interesting... Sun Joe's website also says 17". The model has 17 right in its name too...
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Reading more, the Sun Joe page says this mower has 6 height positions. That matches the photos vs. the Amazon description that states only 3 positions.
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Would have been awesome for my small lawn but I got the greenworks 21" 60V deal the other day. Looks like a decent price
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I really don't see the advantage of electric. The only real maintenance I've done with my gas mower that I bought USED 10ish years ago is running it dry before storing. Haven't even changed the oil, and it's just a craftsman with a briggs and stratton. To me keeping the batteries charged would be more of a pain in the ass than anything and then you have the power issues with electric. No thanks.
Nice to know your thoughts.
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Nice to know your thoughts.
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I really don't see the advantage of electric. The only real maintenance I've done with my gas mower that I bought USED 10ish years ago is running it dry before storing. Haven't even changed the oil, and it's just a craftsman with a briggs and stratton. To me keeping the batteries charged would be more of a pain in the ass than anything and then you have the power issues with electric.
Not having to deal with gasoline is a major advantage. No fumes or flammable liquids in the garage. Electric is also quieter.
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I really don't see the advantage of electric. The only real maintenance I've done with my gas mower that I bought USED 10ish years ago is running it dry before storing. Haven't even changed the oil, and it's just a craftsman with a briggs and stratton. To me keeping the batteries charged would be more of a pain in the ass than anything and then you have the power issues with electric.
Biggest advantage is very low Noise.
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I really don't see the advantage of electric. The only real maintenance I've done with my gas mower that I bought USED 10ish years ago is running it dry before storing. Haven't even changed the oil, and it's just a craftsman with a briggs and stratton. To me keeping the batteries charged would be more of a pain in the ass than anything and then you have the power issues with electric.
I also have an old mower (30 year old toro) and works great but it was an expensive model when it came out with an all aluminum deck. The newer gas ones in the same price range as these electric mowers tend to break down with carb problems due to stale gas if you don't remember to run it dry before storing it. I like how the electric ones can be stored in any position and the handle fold easily on my ryobi No oil changes needed which is nice, no issues with stale gas either. My parents like it because you don't have to pull start it and it's easy to maneuver due to it's low weight.
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I really don't see the advantage of electric. The only real maintenance I've done with my gas mower that I bought USED 10ish years ago is running it dry before storing. Haven't even changed the oil, and it's just a craftsman with a briggs and stratton. To me keeping the batteries charged would be more of a pain in the ass than anything and then you have the power issues with electric.
I've stuck with corded electric since ~2003 and haven't been swayed to batteries just yet. If you don't have an odd-shaped yard or an island, cords are not hard to work with. They just limit the patterns you can cut in the yard, since you're always having to work away from the power source unless you want to constantly move the cord.

I grew up with all gas mowers and wouldn't go back there, either. But you're right, most cheapo gas mowers can be neglected pretty badly with no serious effects.
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