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Greenworks Pro 60V Brushless Li-Ion Self-Propelled 25" Electric Lawn Mower EXPIRED

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  • Includes 4 Year tool and battery warranty.
  • The self-propelled drive system with variable speed control reduces fatigue, and the 2-in-1-discharge mode allows you to bag or mulch. Additional features include a steel cutting deck, seven cutting heights, on-board battery indicator, and EZ Fold handles for compact storage. -slickdewmaster

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On www.Lowes.com says runs until July 8th. Was $699, Now $499.

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The largest cutting width of any cordless electric residential mower: 25 inches for 25% faster cutting
Dual port auto switchover provides up to 60 minutes of continuous runtime with included 4.0 Ah and 2.0 Ah batteries
EZ Fold™ handles are simple to use just pull, fold, and store in seconds vertical storage, taking up to 70% less space
Advanced brushless motor technology: maximum torque, power, and tool life, with no virtually maintenance required
Self-propelled drive system with rear-wheel-drive and variable speed control for maximum traction, maneuverability, and control

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I think it is an ok deal for someone looking for a slightly larger electric mower. Some points and history:

1. Greenwork mowers are generally liked. I have a non-self-propelled 21" and it works quite well for 3 seasons now. There are lots of reviews and discussions on other 60V Greenwork mowers in previous threads on SD, so you can search them yourself.

2. This mower is 25". This is pretty significant jump in price over more common 20-21" mowers. You may argue 4" is nothing, but similar to other products (computer monitors and TVs for example), You have a sweet spot in price for a common/popular size, but price jump dramatically once you go just a little bigger.

3. This is self-propelled and comes with 6Ah worth of battery. This should be good enough to cut for 40-60 minutes if your grass isn't super long and wet. In my use, it takes approximately 60 minutes of leisure pushing to cut my yard with my 21". Much of that is wasted time and energy changing direction. I also need to make a battery change once during my cut, which is fine, because my grass bag would fill up ~45 minutes in anyway. I'm not sure if this 25" mower has a bigger bag, but if it does, then I would avoid the hassle of a mid-mow trip back to the garage for the battery swap and bag emptying. Since I mow about once every 10 days between May and August (4 months), this is significant labor saving... I would definitely buy this 25" mower for $500 over $300 for my current 21" plus at least $50 for the extra battery if I had the choice today.

4. If you're compared to corded mower or gas mower, it is a completely different arguement, with convenience hassle being the big differentiator. (I don't want to deal with stinky gasoline, nor the annual clean/maintanence of a gas mower).

So, if you go into a thread and yell "This deal suck!" or worse.... be passive aggressive and ask "Is this a good deal?!" without telling us why, or point to a better deal, then you are a troll.
You are more then welcome to post a better deal
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That's one big deck!
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That's one big deck!
That's what she said 😂
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MSRP Price on greenworks is $599, not the $699 strike through price.
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How's this compared to the Ego brand? Thanks!
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besides the "reviews as a part of promotion" many of the reviews at lowes.com complain about low battery run time
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besides the "reviews as a part of promotion" many of the reviews at lowes.com complain about low battery run time
Was gonna say, I have a push mower with almost the same battery size and it doesn't last long. This one is self propelled so I can't imagine the battery lasting long
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I just got the 21" version of this earlier this year for around $320 with a single 5mA battery. Ive only used it once so far but it works quite nicely. My only minor complaints are that the self propell has a little delay disengaging. This means you have to wait a couple seconds after releasing the lever before you can pull the mower backwards. I also found that it didnt mulch as well as my gas mower but it did a much better job bagging.
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Do you think its a good deal?
I think it is an ok deal for someone looking for a slightly larger electric mower. Some points and history:

1. Greenwork mowers are generally liked. I have a non-self-propelled 21" and it works quite well for 3 seasons now. There are lots of reviews and discussions on other 60V Greenwork mowers in previous threads on SD, so you can search them yourself.

2. This mower is 25". This is pretty significant jump in price over more common 20-21" mowers. You may argue 4" is nothing, but similar to other products (computer monitors and TVs for example), You have a sweet spot in price for a common/popular size, but price jump dramatically once you go just a little bigger.

3. This is self-propelled and comes with 6Ah worth of battery. This should be good enough to cut for 40-60 minutes if your grass isn't super long and wet. In my use, it takes approximately 60 minutes of leisure pushing to cut my yard with my 21". Much of that is wasted time and energy changing direction. I also need to make a battery change once during my cut, which is fine, because my grass bag would fill up ~45 minutes in anyway. I'm not sure if this 25" mower has a bigger bag, but if it does, then I would avoid the hassle of a mid-mow trip back to the garage for the battery swap and bag emptying. Since I mow about once every 10 days between May and August (4 months), this is significant labor saving... I would definitely buy this 25" mower for $500 over $300 for my current 21" plus at least $50 for the extra battery if I had the choice today.

4. If you're compared to corded mower or gas mower, it is a completely different arguement, with convenience hassle being the big differentiator. (I don't want to deal with stinky gasoline, nor the annual clean/maintanence of a gas mower).

So, if you go into a thread and yell "This deal suck!" or worse.... be passive aggressive and ask "Is this a good deal?!" without telling us why, or point to a better deal, then you are a troll.
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does it have a side discharge?
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For what it's worth, I have the 21" 60V Greenworks that I got last Fall, and I love it. It's quiet, it's never gotten clogged, even when I let it get a little too long and I can get two mows out of my 1/4 acre lot on one charge.

The fact that this comes with an extra battery is a huge deal. That way you can get any of the other tools they offer and not need to buy a battery with it (assuming it's 60V, of course).
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I purchased this at this price about two months ago. The run time with the self propelled engaged is only about 40 minutes. That being said, it is a great mower. The self propel is very effective but advertising 100 minutes of run time is just ridiculous. The build quality isn't quite as good as a gas but the convenience of electric and the 25 inch deck is great. Other electric mowers for this price are usually a 21 inch deck so this is well worth 499. Definitely not worth 699 and maybe worth 599.
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