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RYOBI 42 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Riding Zero Turn Mower and Bagging Kit-RY48ZTR75-1A - $3850

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Ryobi zero turn electric mowers are on sale at Home Depot. With the discount and the free bagging kit, this is ~$450 off list price. The 100 Ah mode is also on sale.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../310808232 - expired, now $4050

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../311285575
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I really want one of these but it's at a premium right now. Not even lithium cells. SLA batteries will maybe last 5 seasons if your lucky and take care of em. You'll lose like 10% capacity each year. At $2k I'd be interested.
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Is this the cheapest battery powered zero turn available? Pretty sure this is the lowest price it's been as well.
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They are now competing with the new EGO Lithium Zero Turn, uses (4) 10AH ARC Lithium batteries, same ones that can be used in their electric outdoor tools, holds up to 6 batteries for a 3 hour run time.. of course it's $5,000 without the bagger (which is $400 more or so), but Lithium is likely to last much longer, and recharge time is under 2 hours with the included charger. The real win is being able to use the batteries in other EGO tools, and they are easily replaceable/swappable
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Only has one USB port, and no HDMI. At least the default Windows background is included.

In practicality, the USB port is on the right side, but cup holders are on the left. Probably want to run an extension cable under the seat. Perching your phone on the control panel, hitting a bump knocking it to the ground and then driving over it with a lawnmower is probably not going to be covered by AppleCare.
Phone armband. https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/exer...ne-holders
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check online site. I bought mine $2k new, but not sure warranty.
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They are now competing with the new EGO Lithium Zero Turn, uses (4) 10AH ARC Lithium batteries, same ones that can be used in their electric outdoor tools, holds up to 6 batteries for a 3 hour run time.. of course it's $5,000 without the bagger (which is $400 more or so), but Lithium is likely to last much longer, and recharge time is under 2 hours with the included charger. The real win is being able to use the batteries in other EGO tools, and they are easily replaceable/swappable
I hope Greenworks does something similar. I have a bunch of there batteries already.
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Phone armband. https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/exer...ne-holders
That's a good idea!

Ryobi didn't want to run a wire harness to both sides, so it's up to the operator to get a little creative.
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Only has one USB port, and no HDMI. At least the default Windows background is included.

In practicality, the USB port is on the right side, but cup holders are on the left. Probably want to run an extension cable under the seat. Perching your phone on the control panel, hitting a bump knocking it to the ground and then driving over it with a lawnmower is probably not going to be covered by AppleCare.
HDMI thats outdated get with the times its all about wireless AC
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I really want one of these but it's at a premium right now. Not even lithium cells. SLA batteries will maybe last 5 seasons if your lucky and take care of em. You'll lose like 10% capacity each year. At $2k I'd be interested.
The non lithium batteries are not a bad idea, they are heavy and these things need to be heavy. I got the 75ah riding mower last year at the end of the season at clearance price for under 1k. On the first cut of the season it lasted under 40 minutes. It was plugged in all winter as specified on the instructions. Hopefully it was just a bad day and will get back to normal
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The non lithium batteries are not a bad idea, they are heavy and these things need to be heavy. I got the 75ah riding mower last year at the end of the season at clearance price for under 1k. On the first cut of the season it lasted under 40 minutes. It was plugged in all winter as specified on the instructions. Hopefully it was just a bad day and will get back to normal
Wow that an absolute steal!! Why do they need to be heavy? I feel the lighter the better to prevent digging into the lawn.
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Wow that an absolute steal!! Why do they need to be heavy? I feel the lighter the better to prevent digging into the lawn.
better traction, it's about 600 pounds
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I bought the 100Ah with the mulching kit and bagger for $4400, it's on it's way and I saw it's also on sale for $350 off, I called home depot and they credited me the difference.

Reviews are great on these, I'm sick of gas mowers I can't wait mine is coming in next week.
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They are now competing with the new EGO Lithium Zero Turn, uses (4) 10AH ARC Lithium batteries, same ones that can be used in their electric outdoor tools, holds up to 6 batteries for a 3 hour run time.. of course it's $5,000 without the bagger (which is $400 more or so), but Lithium is likely to last much longer, and recharge time is under 2 hours with the included charger. The real win is being able to use the batteries in other EGO tools, and they are easily replaceable/swappable
The quick charging isn't a big deal for me, this is a home consumer mower so once you finish your lawn no big rush to get it to recharge.
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