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Greenworks 60V Max Brushless Li-Ion 21 inch Self-Propelled Lawn Mower w/ 5Ah Battery (YMMV in store) $399.99

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Lowe's has the Greenworks 60V Brushless Li-Ion 21" Self-Propelled Lawn Mower with a 5Ah Battery on clearance for $399.99. Originally $499.99 and shows $449.99 online. This is the newer model with dual battery bay (with one battery included), turbo mode and lights.


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It's $449 online & store, not $399
Depends on your store. My in store price was 399 even though the online price shows 449
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$424 in store on clearance - DFW, TX
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My thoughts addressing several complaints from another poster about gas vs electric (can apply to any brand electric push mower).....

1.Sound is a preference. The sound of a gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Maybe I'm what they call a manly man? Who knows. I wear ear buds with music because mowing is a monotonous job...and no they aren't any louder than I would typically have them. I wear them while cutting with my electric Snapper mower too. Regardless, if there's no problem I don't need a solution. If the sound of a gas push mower bothers you...by all means go electric!! Personal preference all day every day.

Perhaps YOU simply prefer things that operate without much sound....your personal preference, but not indicative of a PROBLEM.

2. The smell given off by a properly running gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Again, maybe I'm a "manly man" who has become immune to such troubling issues. (LOL...but maybe true?). But seriously, my mowers don't give off any bothersome smells from where I stand while operating them. No problem = no need for a solution

3. Maintenance. This is a biggy where people just run with the electric mower marketing crap — trying to solve a "problem" that doesn't really exist. My Honda mowers get the following maintenance:

- oil change every 2-4 years = $2
- air filter dusted off every year = free
- spark plug every 3-4+ years = $3

Let's call it $10 every 5 years. That's $2 year or $0.17/month.

Again, no problem = no need for a solution

4.Winterizing a gas push mower is one of the easiest things known to man. Takes literally 30 seconds.

No problem = no need for solution

5.I've never had to deal with this warm up issue you speak of.

No problem = no need for a solution

6.If you don't have much space and NEED a lawnmower that hangs on the wall...get a mower that hangs on the wall. My Honda with the handle folded down takes up so little space that it's not even something I think about.

No problem = no need for a solution

7.See my above reply about maintenance costs

No problem = no need for a solution

8.Squeezing out a medium sized fart takes as much effort as the pull string on my mower. However, I'm not looking for some kind of automatic fart-releaser.

No problem = no need for a solution

9.I'm not annoyed by the vibrations of my mower.

No problem = no need for a solution

10.Sorry if I'm not intelligent enough to know how "freeing" it is to not deal with that pesky gas can and quart of motor oil. Dude, do you realize how silly this argument is?

No problem = no need for a solution

11.You are free to have your opinion. Meanwhile I'm saving time and effort by not worrying about where the profits on my $30/year in lawnmower gas goes.

No problem = no need for a solution

12.And there's nothing a battery powered mower does that I can't do with my gas Honda. But there are a few things the battery powered mower can't do that my gas powered mower CAN do. Namely:

1. Doesn't require me to monitor my battery level. This has a HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE practical benefit. I simply cut, cut, cut add fuel, cut, cut, cut. Can the electric mower cut my 1 acre lot and with no turn around time cut my parents' 0.5 acre lot? Hell no. No go for me.

2. A gas mower NEVER runs out of juice. Take 30 seconds to add gas and you are back to mowing. Who wants to almost get done because their battery is dead. That's wasted time. And time is money.

3. What happens when you're pumped to cut grass but forgot to charge that battery. Wasted time WAITING to cut grass when your mower finally becomes ready to work. And you have the nerve to bring up "warm up" time on a gasser....

The battery mowers just can't keep up with me.

They offer no practical advantages while have several disadvantages.

At this point the battery powered mower is a solution to problems that don't really exist.

And here's the kicker....

I bet in 5 years (under warranty those 5 years), I can easily sell my $700 MSRP HRX for $200 (even the commercial guys use them). Meanwhile, in 5 years, the Ego will likely be several models old with a battery that last 5 minutes. In other words it goes to the trash. Honda's on the other hand have a long track record of cutting people's grass without many issues for 10, 15, 20+ years.

HRX for the win on power, practical benefits, time savings and cost of ownership.

Ego for the win on hanging up in the garage and making less noise.

Applause

I apologize for this level of critique — I really do wish everyone the best with whatever mower.

I just feel electric mowers, for the most part are marketed to people who want a new toy and reasons to justify it....maybe those that want to be more hip or feel more technologically "advanced".

Battery powered trimmer and blower though.....well I just bought the Ego trimmer/blower from HD for $200. I can deal with battery power on those tools. If my trimmer/blower runs out of juice I'll just charge and finish within the next few days.
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Just got this for $324.35 + tax at my local store (online). Another store was showing $424 so YMMV

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Does the mower come in a box or assembled at the store? And would it fit in a Honda Accord?
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Does the mower come in a box or assembled at the store? And would it fit in a Honda Accord?
It comes in a box. Kind of big and not sure it would fit on a sedan but probably it does if disassembled before
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It comes in a box. Kind of big and not sure it would fit on a sedan but probably it does if disassembled before
Maybe if someone can share the dimensions of the box I can decide
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It comes in a box. Kind of big and not sure it would fit on a sedan but probably it does if disassembled before
Fitted in the back seat of my sedan. Few more available at stores near me in both states SC and NC .
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this vs the kobalt 80v non self push
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It's $449 online & store, not $399
It's different depending on what store you select on the online store I just bought it for $325 I used a 300 gift card from Kroger I bought for $280
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this vs the kobalt 80v non self push
I have the push version of the Kobalt. This is an upgrade on features. Ability to hold dual batteries is really, really nice. The turbo feature helps when you need extra pickup power. With the days shortening, the lights were are going to be a big bonus.
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My thoughts addressing several complaints from another poster about gas vs electric (can apply to any brand electric push mower).....

1.Sound is a preference. The sound of a gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Maybe I'm what they call a manly man? Who knows. I wear ear buds with music because mowing is a monotonous job...and no they aren't any louder than I would typically have them. I wear them while cutting with my electric Snapper mower too. Regardless, if there's no problem I don't need a solution. If the sound of a gas push mower bothers you...by all means go electric!! Personal preference all day every day.

Perhaps YOU simply prefer things that operate without much sound....your personal preference, but not indicative of a PROBLEM.

2. The smell given off by a properly running gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Again, maybe I'm a "manly man" who has become immune to such troubling issues. (LOL...but maybe true?). But seriously, my mowers don't give off any bothersome smells from where I stand while operating them. No problem = no need for a solution

3. Maintenance. This is a biggy where people just run with the electric mower marketing crap — trying to solve a "problem" that doesn't really exist. My Honda mowers get the following maintenance:

- oil change every 2-4 years = $2
- air filter dusted off every year = free
- spark plug every 3-4+ years = $3

Let's call it $10 every 5 years. That's $2 year or $0.17/month.

Again, no problem = no need for a solution

4.Winterizing a gas push mower is one of the easiest things known to man. Takes literally 30 seconds.

No problem = no need for solution

5.I've never had to deal with this warm up issue you speak of.

No problem = no need for a solution

6.If you don't have much space and NEED a lawnmower that hangs on the wall...get a mower that hangs on the wall. My Honda with the handle folded down takes up so little space that it's not even something I think about.

No problem = no need for a solution

7.See my above reply about maintenance costs

No problem = no need for a solution

8.Squeezing out a medium sized fart takes as much effort as the pull string on my mower. However, I'm not looking for some kind of automatic fart-releaser.

No problem = no need for a solution

9.I'm not annoyed by the vibrations of my mower.

No problem = no need for a solution

10.Sorry if I'm not intelligent enough to know how "freeing" it is to not deal with that pesky gas can and quart of motor oil. Dude, do you realize how silly this argument is?

No problem = no need for a solution

11.You are free to have your opinion. Meanwhile I'm saving time and effort by not worrying about where the profits on my $30/year in lawnmower gas goes.

No problem = no need for a solution

12.And there's nothing a battery powered mower does that I can't do with my gas Honda. But there are a few things the battery powered mower can't do that my gas powered mower CAN do. Namely:

1. Doesn't require me to monitor my battery level. This has a HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE practical benefit. I simply cut, cut, cut add fuel, cut, cut, cut. Can the electric mower cut my 1 acre lot and with no turn around time cut my parents' 0.5 acre lot? Hell no. No go for me.

2. A gas mower NEVER runs out of juice. Take 30 seconds to add gas and you are back to mowing. Who wants to almost get done because their battery is dead. That's wasted time. And time is money.

3. What happens when you're pumped to cut grass but forgot to charge that battery. Wasted time WAITING to cut grass when your mower finally becomes ready to work. And you have the nerve to bring up "warm up" time on a gasser....

The battery mowers just can't keep up with me.

They offer no practical advantages while have several disadvantages.

At this point the battery powered mower is a solution to problems that don't really exist.

And here's the kicker....

I bet in 5 years (under warranty those 5 years), I can easily sell my $700 MSRP HRX for $200 (even the commercial guys use them). Meanwhile, in 5 years, the Ego will likely be several models old with a battery that last 5 minutes. In other words it goes to the trash. Honda's on the other hand have a long track record of cutting people's grass without many issues for 10, 15, 20+ years.

HRX for the win on power, practical benefits, time savings and cost of ownership.

Ego for the win on hanging up in the garage and making less noise.

Applause

I apologize for this level of critique — I really do wish everyone the best with whatever mower.

I just feel electric mowers, for the most part are marketed to people who want a new toy and reasons to justify it....maybe those that want to be more hip or feel more technologically "advanced".

Battery powered trimmer and blower though.....well I just bought the Ego trimmer/blower from HD for $200. I can deal with battery power on those tools. If my trimmer/blower runs out of juice I'll just charge and finish within the next few days.
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My thoughts addressing several complaints from another poster about gas vs electric (can apply to any brand electric push mower).....

1.Sound is a preference. The sound of a gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Maybe I'm what they call a manly man? Who knows. I wear ear buds with music because mowing is a monotonous job...and no they aren't any louder than I would typically have them. I wear them while cutting with my electric Snapper mower too. Regardless, if there's no problem I don't need a solution. If the sound of a gas push mower bothers you...by all means go electric!! Personal preference all day every day.

Perhaps YOU simply prefer things that operate without much sound....your personal preference, but not indicative of a PROBLEM.

2. The smell given off by a properly running gas push mower has NEVER bothered me. Again, maybe I'm a "manly man" who has become immune to such troubling issues. (LOL...but maybe true?). But seriously, my mowers don't give off any bothersome smells from where I stand while operating them. No problem = no need for a solution

3. Maintenance. This is a biggy where people just run with the electric mower marketing crap — trying to solve a "problem" that doesn't really exist. My Honda mowers get the following maintenance:

- oil change every 2-4 years = $2
- air filter dusted off every year = free
- spark plug every 3-4+ years = $3

Let's call it $10 every 5 years. That's $2 year or $0.17/month.

Again, no problem = no need for a solution

4.Winterizing a gas push mower is one of the easiest things known to man. Takes literally 30 seconds.

No problem = no need for solution

5.I've never had to deal with this warm up issue you speak of.

No problem = no need for a solution

6.If you don't have much space and NEED a lawnmower that hangs on the wall...get a mower that hangs on the wall. My Honda with the handle folded down takes up so little space that it's not even something I think about.

No problem = no need for a solution

7.See my above reply about maintenance costs

No problem = no need for a solution

8.Squeezing out a medium sized fart takes as much effort as the pull string on my mower. However, I'm not looking for some kind of automatic fart-releaser.

No problem = no need for a solution

9.I'm not annoyed by the vibrations of my mower.

No problem = no need for a solution

10.Sorry if I'm not intelligent enough to know how "freeing" it is to not deal with that pesky gas can and quart of motor oil. Dude, do you realize how silly this argument is?

No problem = no need for a solution

11.You are free to have your opinion. Meanwhile I'm saving time and effort by not worrying about where the profits on my $30/year in lawnmower gas goes.

No problem = no need for a solution

12.And there's nothing a battery powered mower does that I can't do with my gas Honda. But there are a few things the battery powered mower can't do that my gas powered mower CAN do. Namely:

1. Doesn't require me to monitor my battery level. This has a HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE practical benefit. I simply cut, cut, cut add fuel, cut, cut, cut. Can the electric mower cut my 1 acre lot and with no turn around time cut my parents' 0.5 acre lot? Hell no. No go for me.

2. A gas mower NEVER runs out of juice. Take 30 seconds to add gas and you are back to mowing. Who wants to almost get done because their battery is dead. That's wasted time. And time is money.

3. What happens when you're pumped to cut grass but forgot to charge that battery. Wasted time WAITING to cut grass when your mower finally becomes ready to work. And you have the nerve to bring up "warm up" time on a gasser....

The battery mowers just can't keep up with me.

They offer no practical advantages while have several disadvantages.

At this point the battery powered mower is a solution to problems that don't really exist.

And here's the kicker....

I bet in 5 years (under warranty those 5 years), I can easily sell my $700 MSRP HRX for $200 (even the commercial guys use them). Meanwhile, in 5 years, the Ego will likely be several models old with a battery that last 5 minutes. In other words it goes to the trash. Honda's on the other hand have a long track record of cutting people's grass without many issues for 10, 15, 20+ years.

HRX for the win on power, practical benefits, time savings and cost of ownership.

Ego for the win on hanging up in the garage and making less noise.

Applause

I apologize for this level of critique — I really do wish everyone the best with whatever mower.

I just feel electric mowers, for the most part are marketed to people who want a new toy and reasons to justify it....maybe those that want to be more hip or feel more technologically "advanced".

Battery powered trimmer and blower though.....well I just bought the Ego trimmer/blower from HD for $200. I can deal with battery power on those tools. If my trimmer/blower runs out of juice I'll just charge and finish within the next few days.
This reads like an old man's rant at the wind. The future is now buddy.

Already have an EV, picked this up for 324 at my local store. Looking into getting solar now. No more trips to the gas station!
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Does the mower come in a box or assembled at the store? And would it fit in a Honda Accord?
It should fit in the back seat. I got the Kobalt 21" box in the back seat of Altima
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looks to be 3.5 ft x 2 feet x 1.5 ft roughly. It will definitely fit in the back seat
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