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Amazon.com : Greenworks 2 x 24V (48V) 20-Inch Brushless Push Mower, (2) 4Ah Batteries and Charger + 24V Brushless Drill / Driver $280

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Two Greenworks 24 VOLT POWERALL batteries combine for 48 VOLTS of exceptional, better than gas power without leaving the 24 VOLT battery platform
Up To 45 Minutes Run-Time With 2 Fully Charged 4Ah USB Batteries. Run-Time Varies Based on Grass Condition and Operator Technique. Dual Port Charger Included
Highly efficient brushless motor provides more torque, quiet operation, and longer life
Durable steel 20 in. cutting deck gets the job done quicker and more efficiently
4-In-1 System - Mulch, Rear Bagging, Side Discharge, and Turbo Button for leaf pickup and maximum power

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Is this a good mower? Any reviews?
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Is this a good mower? Any reviews?
I'm thinking about it. All the reviews on Amazon are for the corded version. This appears to be a new model. Greenworks mowers in general are usually highly rated.
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Was thinking of getting this for my dad, but looks like this one isn't self-propelled. That one runs for $499.
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Was thinking of getting this for my dad, but looks like this one isn't self-propelled. That one runs for $499.
I have used a green works non self propelled mower for over 3 years now. It is light and I can move it pretty easily however we have a slope along the back yard and want self propelled to get that part done faster.

So I you are looking for self propelled I would wait for one. I switched to all EGO except for my mower and plan to go that route with my next mower.
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A word of caution, almost all of the greenworks deals I see posted are for 40 volt and 80 volt batteries and equipment. I honestly don't recall ever seeing anything for 24 volt so these batteries might not have as much multifunction as a lot of their other equipment. which is where I believe the value of going electric really comes in.
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I'm thinking about it. All the reviews on Amazon are for the corded version. This appears to be a new model. Greenworks mowers in general are usually highly rated.
I've used a corded Greenworks mower during the past few years. Got hang of it without much trouble with the extension cord, but the loosening contact between the mower plug and extension cord outlet has become a big issue. I'm thinking of switching to a cordless mower, but I'm not sure if this one is good enough for my 0.25 acre yard.
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I've used a corded Greenworks mower during the past few years. Got hang of it without much trouble with the extension cord, but the loosening contact between the mower plug and extension cord outlet has become a big issue. I'm thinking to switch to a cordless mower, but I'm not sure if this one is good enough for my 0.25 acre yard.
I currently have a Black &Decker corded mower that is over 10 years old. I'm getting tired of the cord so I'm thinking this might be a good solution. My property is small and takes less than 30 minutes to mow, so this should work.
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A word of caution, almost all of the greenworks deals I see posted are for 40 volt and 80 volt batteries and equipment. I honestly don't recall ever seeing anything for 24 volt so these batteries might not have as much multifunction as a lot of their other equipment. which is where I believe the value of going electric really comes in.
I think the latest trend is to use the two 24v batteries that also work in the hand tools. Kobalt is doing the same thing (might even be the same mower).
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I'm in for one. I could use a new drill too. lol
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Single blade or dual for mulching?
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I've used a corded Greenworks mower during the past few years. Got hang of it without much trouble with the extension cord, but the loosening contact between the mower plug and extension cord outlet has become a big issue. I'm thinking of switching to a cordless mower, but I'm not sure if this one is good enough for my 0.25 acre yard.
I've had a corded Greenworks for a few years and the build quality is pretty sad (just about everything that could loosen, rust, or fall off has done so, but the motor is still fine). Our previous B&D electric was basic, but still solid after a decade. I'm definitely reluctant to buy from them again but this is the among best deals I've seen yet.

The cord is just not inconvenient enough for me to really need to switch. If you have a lot of obstacles or need to mow a specific pattern that could hang the cord up, then absolutely. But I still don't see cordless ready for prime time until the batteries are good for 5+ years. So many year 2 and 3 failures in the long term reciews.
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"Temporarily Out of Stock". Keep an eye on it though. Sometimes more stock pops up on these Amazon Deals of the Day.
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I think the latest trend is to use the two 24v batteries that also work in the hand tools. Kobalt is doing the same thing (might even be the same mower).
Do you have a link to kobalt. I already have couple of 24v batteries. Getting tired in the corded mover
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Was thinking of getting this for my dad, but looks like this one isn't self-propelled. That one runs for $499.
I got the self propelled 80v one on sale and it's frigging awesome.
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