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Greenworks GLM801601 21-Inch 80V Cordless Push Lawn Mower, includes two 2Ah Batteries and Charger - $379

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Greenworks GLM801601 21-Inch 80V Cordless Push Lawn Mower, includes two 2Ah Batteries and Charger
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  • Your purchase includes: 21-Inch 80V Push Lawn Mower 2.0AH battery and charger.
  • Up to 60 minutes of run time with 2 fully charged 2.0AH Battery.
  • Brushless motors are more reliable and delivers gas equivalent performance to a 160cc gas engine.
  • Innovative Smart Cut Technology automatically increases the speed of the blade when more power is needed for the best cut possible.
  • 3-In-1 design allows you to mulch, rear bag, or side discharge your grass clippings. Use up to 70% less space in your garage with the vertical storage feature.
  • Rapid Charge of 30 minutes for 80V 2AH battery.
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Meh... Push Mower with a good chance that with a medium size yard and up you will need to change and charge two batteries per session.
Its 80V battery, will not be powerful?
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I have a 56volt EGo. And yes it takes two charges to mow my somewhat small yard. 80 volts is better. Its a pretty good deal. I personally prefer the power of gas but am stuck now..
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Meh... Push Mower with a good chance that with a medium size yard and up you will need to change and charge two batteries per session.
I have the self propelled Kobalt version of this with the 6 AH battery and it is super powerful. I don't feel disadvantaged at all with it being battery powered. The 6 AH gets both the front and back with self propelled enabled with 2 of 3 bars left on it. Just to give a general idea.
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Be aware the warranty for battery is only 2 years.
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I have a version of this mower with an 4AH battery. Honestly it lasts a really long time since it's not driving the wheels forward and is able to cut through even my thickest grass without issue. It's also so so much quieter than a gas mower which I love. I'm able to mow my lawn at least twice on the single 4ah battery, so maybe the 30 minutes per 2ah battery they advertise is true. It's potentially less if you have really thick grass since it automatically spins faster/harder when it encounters thicker patches, I have a mix of thick and thin areas.

Anyway it's so light and easy to maneuver I don't think you would miss the drive function in most cases, it's the best mower I've ever used, certainly for suburban yard sizes you can do in 30 minutes to an hour walking.
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I got this exact mower last season on deal of the day for 374.99 but it was for one 4ah battery.

As long as the grass isn't too overgrown, I can cut the back and front on one charge. My lot size is over 10000 sq ft, 0.24acres.

I purchased it because my 40v kept jamming up on thick grass and this one powers through it.
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I bought same mower without self prop. In 2 years the batteries are dead. And Greenworks cover only 2yeqrs for battery warranty.
My suggestion is try with Ego which has got better life than Greenworks as per the reviews i read
Ego charger even discharges 30% of charge from battery if it is left in charger for more than 30 days to increase battery life.
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Anyway it's so light and easy to maneuver I don't think you would miss the drive function in most cases, it's the best mower I've ever used, certainly for suburban yard sizes you can do in 30 minutes to an hour walking.
I agree. I have had one for two years now, along with a 2ah and a 4ah battery. It's very light and easy to maneuver, and the two batteries are enough to mow 7500 sqft, edge trim and clean up with the blower (yes, I do have the whole set). I don't miss gas at all.
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I don't use this brand, but on the discussion of electric versus gas, I have 1/2 acre of grass that I use a Ryobi electric push mower (not self propelled - got to have some sort of forced work out from time to time), but it's light (44 pounds). It came with one battery and one quick charger (now they ship a slow charger...

It mulches where my old gas push mower side discharged so it's neater and less hassle in that regard, and the gas mower had much more maintenance - mine had an issue where I had to replace the carburetor constantly (never figured out why).

Regardless, it does take two batteries to cut, but that's not a problem, for another $100 I had a second battery (new) and charger (used - works fine). Been using it for 4 years now. Been doing great on the original batteries so far. Also use the same batteries to power a blower I bought (and occasionally a 14" chain saw).

The point being, I wouldn't be afraid of battery powered devices now. They've come a long way since the old NiCad days...

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Took a chance on the greenworks self propelled mower that lowes had on clearance last week for $399 due to my curiosity w electric mower and lack of any good options in store at the time. Only one battery included with that model and I was able to mow half the yard (small to moderate sized yard) before needing to chatge and charging took longer than 3-4 hours. Also I did not like the results on the mulching. Luckily I was able to return and they then had the Honda mower in stock which I switched for and am very happy w it's performance. I am sticking with gas and due to my experience I can not recommend a battery powered mower. I have seen plenty of clearance alerts for these mowers and wonder if it's due to returns. I was a little surprised that lowes allowed a return after use but they confirmed they would on the phone. Kudos to them for that. Also consider your limited ability to return such an item to amazon if this thing turns out to be a dud.
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I have the Greenworks mower. I like it. I have a bunch of their tools (mower, snow blower, chain saw, hedge trimmer, and weed whacker). I have 4 2AH batteries and two chargers (mainly picked up as bundle deals with the other devices. I get approximately a half hour charge on the 2AH battery when mowing. It works as well as any of the other gas mowers I use. Other than sharpening the blade, its nice not worrying about gas storage, oil changes, etc. My suggestion if you get one is to have at least two batteries, that way you can charge one while using the other. In theory it should let you constantly swap since the 2AH battery is supposed to fully charge in a half hour; however, the charger or battery has overheat protection so it usually takes a little time cooling down before it starts recharging the batter.
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I have 40V Greenworks tools. I like these. My property is 10,000 sq ft, but I'm guessing that over half is used up by the long driveway, garage and house itself. So figure maybe 4000-ish sq ft.

I'm able to do the whole yard on one 4AH battery. But if I let the grass grow, I have to resort to using two batteries. Luckily I bought other tools that came with batteries, so I've got 2 4AH and one 2.5AH batteries. Have to double-pass a few spots if the grass is tall which makes it use more battery and the mower increases its power when faced with tall grass as well. I'm guessing that the 80V line is way better.
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Got this mower 4 years ago still work good. Bought blower, trimmer and hedge trimmer as well.
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