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Greenworks 21" Pro 80V Cordless Lawn Mower w/ 4.0Ah Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Greenworks 21" Pro 80V Self Propelled Cordless Lawn Mower w/ 4.0Ah Battery & Charger (2515902AZ) for $399.99. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Up to 45 minutes of run time with fully charged 4Ah 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.
  • Quiet operation and instant push button start.

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    • 4-year tool warranty and 2-year battery warranty
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Best Buy has Greenworks - 21in. Pro 80-Volt Self Propelled Brushless Cordless Walk Behind Lawn Mower (4.0Ah Battery and Charger Included) - Black/Green for $399.99. Shipping is free.


https://www.bestbuy.com/site/gree...Id=6427698

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Your purchase includes: 21-Inch 80V Self-Propelled Lawn Mower and 4.0AH battery and charger.

Run Time
Up to 45 minutes of run time with fully charged 4Ah battery.

Durable
Brushless motors are more reliable and delivers gas equivalent performance to a 160cc gas engine.

Innovative
Innovative Smart Cut Technology automatically increases the speed of the blade when more power is needed for the best cut possible.

Design

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.

Quiet

Quiet operation and instant push button start.
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mtcrawford asked this question on 05-13-2021 at 03:57 AM
05-13-2021 at 01:49 PM
Old people always downvote electric yard tools.
PurpleJoke571 asked this question on 05-13-2021 at 07:12 AM
05-13-2021 at 07:16 PM
I have this lawn mower and a 5000 SQ foot lawn. Not big by any means. It takes me four batteries to do my entire yard. They go dead and/or overheat far too quickly in my opinion. I'd say 45 minutes is a joke. Mine last maybe 15 minutes during the spring and closer to 10 in the summer when it's hotter. If I had to do it all over again, I'd hard pass on this mower.
OrangeApparel621 asked this question on 05-14-2021 at 02:52 PM
05-19-2021 at 11:34 AM
It's depending what's your usage. Always has extra battery laying around. Battery capacity does vary according to temperature and age of the battery. I have 10ksqft lawn i need to mow. My battery can either last me entire lot or half depending how tall are the grasses. I am still preferred battery over gas lawnmower. Zero maintenance
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Better most likely not, will it do the job and cut your grass, yeah it will. Only concern is the run time based on the amh of the battery. That's it! Some mowers have 2 cross blades instead of 1 and will give a "better" cut. I have a 60v Craftsman because it was cheap and i needed a replacement, it worked on 300sqf and it works on half an ac up a hill. Only thing with battery powered anything, you will be locked into a system so be prepared when it comes to other choosing other tools. Unless you don't care and buy what fits your needs. Then again you will end up with a bunch of different batteried tools. But battery tools, especially regarding lawns are here to stay.
Not better. But you don't need to worry about tuneup and gas / oil. Depending on how big your lawn is might work or not.
The 80 volt motor will use less amperage than the 24 volt motor while doing the same amount of work. Also, there will be more max-power at the mowers disposal. Consider this math for total power capacity. W=V x A is the formula. This mower has 80V x 4Ah = 320Wh of power capacity (like a gas tank)
The other mower you mentioned is 24V x 5Ah x 2 = 240 Wh.

Practically, I have found higher AH rated batteries giving better performance even in the same tool.

Considering all this, I would always go for the higher Voltage tool and higher Ah rated batteries. I am not an expert at all, and welcome other people to chime in with their experiences and thoughts.

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Is this last year model? New greenworks have different handle.
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is this better than the gas powered mower for the cutting power?
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Is this last year model? New greenworks have different handle.
And tiny headlights. The pic, at least, definitely appears to be of the older model

EDIT: can't confirm because my google-fu is failing me. Perhaps this model# (2515902AZ) is BB-specific. Can't find it anywhere else
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is this better than the gas powered mower for the cutting power?
Better most likely not, will it do the job and cut your grass, yeah it will. Only concern is the run time based on the amh of the battery. That's it! Some mowers have 2 cross blades instead of 1 and will give a "better" cut. I have a 60v Craftsman because it was cheap and i needed a replacement, it worked on 300sqf and it works on half an ac up a hill. Only thing with battery powered anything, you will be locked into a system so be prepared when it comes to other choosing other tools. Unless you don't care and buy what fits your needs. Then again you will end up with a bunch of different batteried tools. But battery tools, especially regarding lawns are here to stay.
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Looks like it's also $399.99 on Amazon. Went with Amazon since their delivery date was sooner than Best Buy.

https://www.amazon.com/Greenworks...B07VRFN6RY
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What's a better deal? One with the 4Ah battery for $399, or One with 5Ah battery for $456 from Walmart?
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What's a better deal? One with the 4Ah battery for $399, or One with 5Ah battery for $456 from Walmart?
It would depend on the size of your yard. Obviously the 5H will run longer but will also take longer to charge. I have two 2AH and can thus charge one while using the other. But it takes longer to charge than the 2AH will last. There are slower charges. I have to put the battery in the fridge for awhile then charge it if I mostly use it. Otherwise the charger will stop charging as the battery gets too hot.

I have had this mower, a Kobalt 80V for about three years and the batteries still fully charge.
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Is this last year model? New greenworks have different handle.
Not so sure about last years. But seems to me it is old enough to replace it with a newer mower. Doubt the newer ones will be that much better, unless you mow at night.
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If you have a small yard, go for it. If you have anything larger than 0.25 acres, gas mower is your best choice.
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is this better than the gas powered mower for the cutting power?
Not better. But you don't need to worry about tuneup and gas / oil. Depending on how big your lawn is might work or not.
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Looks like it's also $399.99 on Amazon. Went with Amazon since their delivery date was sooner than Best Buy.

https://www.amazon.com/Greenworks...B07VRFN6RY
not seeing that price on amazon anymore
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Thanks OP! I am upgrading my corded electric greenworks with this one for my small lawn. This is a great find. The Costco version of this mower has just an extra 2AH battery for $200 more. I can always buy that battery for $120 - $140 making this deal about $60-$80 better than Costco.
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I brought the 60v version of this at a Lowes closeout in January 2020 for $190. My yard is almost a 1/2 acre. The self propelled part works great. It cuts well. I brought an extra battery, $120, so if I decide to do my entire yard in one day, I'm retired so I usually do the front one day and the back the next, I can. Very pleased. Will never buy another gas walking mower again.
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