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Kobalt 40-volt Max Brushless Lithium Ion Push 20-in Cordless Electric Lawn Mower $249 + Free shipping

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Lowe's has the Kobalt 40-volt Max Brushless Lithium Ion Push 20-in Cordless Electric Lawn Mower https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-4...1000192623 on sale for $249.00 (Reg $299.00). Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available.

Sale ends July 8th.

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Say goodbye to the fumes, the mess, and the hassle, and start enjoying the cordless freedom you deserve. Every 40V Max tool works off the same rechargeable, interchangeable battery platform, so you can pop in a new one and keep going as long as it takes. Plus, with Kobalt's state-of-the-art lithium-ion technology, you get more torque and more speed with fewer recharges.
  • Kobalt 40-volt cordless mower provides the power you need for up to 40 minutes runtime on a fully charged 5.0 Ah battery (battery and charger included)
  • 3-in-1 feature offers mulching, rear bagging, or side discharge capabilities
  • Kobalt 40v Mower with Brushless motor offers plenty of power and runtime for yards up to 1/2 acre
  • 20-in steel deck for added durability; Easy start at the push of a button
  • 7-position single lever height adjuster for the perfect cut on all grass types
  • Compatible with Kobalt 40-Volt MAX family of products
  • Stores vertically for more space in your garage
  • 5.0 Ah battery and charger included
  • 5-year limited warranty
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209 with no battery if you already own a 40v Kobalt.
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What's better this or the 19" for $200?
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What's better this or the 19" for $200?
I bought this over the other one because this one has a rear bagging for mulch whereas the other one doesn't.
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I bought this over the other one because this one has a rear bagging for mulch whereas the other one doesn't.
I didn't even notice. That's so weird, a lawnmower without a bag?

Do you like this mower? Some reviews say it's not reliable so I'm a bit skeptical. But great price.
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I didn't even notice. That's so weird, a lawnmower without a bag?

Do you like this mower? Some reviews say it's not reliable so I'm a bit skeptical. But great price.
Yeah, I like it so far. Assembly was very easy and pretty straightforward. Gives me over 1 hour or so on full battery (with on/off occasionally) and there would still some battery left. Cuts grass nicely. Not loud. Little heavier if you are mowing on the slope, but on the plain area works nice. Overall, I like it. I don't really have any complaints.
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Trying to figure out how the 19in with a 4 amp battery cuts 1/4 acre and this one with a 5 amp battery cuts twice that :eyes:....
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Unless I'm missing something in the product description, it doesn't appear this is self-propelled.

That wouldn't be an issue if you have a relatively small and flat lawn. But if you have slopes and/or have several thousand sq. ft of lawn to cut, a self-propelled mower would make life much easier.
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PSA: Check with your local electricity provider to see if they have a rebate for rechargeable lawn equipment. Mine offers $50.
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PSA: Check with your local electricity provider to see if they have a rebate for rechargeable lawn equipment. Mine offers $50.
Wow that's pretty cool.

I find it odd that National Grid offers rebates and 0% loans for efficient appliances, boilers/furnaces, water heaters, HVAC systems etc but nothing for solar panels.
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Wow that's pretty cool.

I find it odd that National Grid offers rebates and 0% loans for efficient appliances, boilers/furnaces, water heaters, HVAC systems etc but nothing for solar panels.
Why are you surprised? Efficient appliances, boilers/furnaces, water heaters, HVAC systems all draw power, albeit more efficiently - so you remain a customer. When you get solar, you effectively become a "competitor" to your utility.
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I have this one. 1 battery can cut about 9000sq lot without much issue. Unless I let the grass grow and mulching then it might take a 2nd charge. had it for 2 season without any issue.
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I didn't even notice. That's so weird, a lawnmower without a bag?

Do you like this mower? Some reviews say it's not reliable so I'm a bit skeptical. But great price.
I haven't bagged lawn clippings in 30 years.
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I haven't bagged lawn clippings in 30 years.
So you leave the dead grass there? Wouldn't that attract pests and kill the lawn?
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Have had this mower for almost 2 years. It is great, only issue is if the grass has grown a lot and is wet it will get clogged easily. Also usually I can get my whole yard done on the 5 amphr battery but when it gets bogged down (very tall and wet grass) it will burn the battery a lot faster. All in all my neighbors have tried it and they want to get one when their gas mowers finally die.
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