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RYOBI 42" Electric 75 Ah Zero Turn Riding Lawn Mower w/ Bagging Kit

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Home Depot has RYOBI 42" Electric 75 Ah Zero Turn Riding Lawn Mower w/ Bagging Kit (RY48ZTR75-1A) on sale for $3,850. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Up to 2.5 acres per charge
  • 4 high powered brushless motors
  • 42" heavy-duty steel deck
  • 2 precision cut steel blades, 12 position manual deck adjustment
  • Side discharge, mulching or bagging capable
  • 1.5" to 4.5" adjustable cutting height
  • Control panel: battery level indicator, unit hour meter, USB charging
  • Charges through standard 120-Volt outlet
  • Includes towing hitch and tow assembly hardware
  • Nylon mesh bagging bins and 2 bagging blades included

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I have been checking Home Depot everyday Home Depot has online special buy of RYOBI 42 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Riding Zero Turn Mower and Bagging Kit for $3,850 (regular price: $4,199).

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The batteries on these are just golf cart batteries. You don't have to get them from a proprietary vendor. A huge advantage when these die. Leoch LPC12-75
3 years ago, we bought the 100Ah version of this, without the bagger. 3 years later, we still love it. We have 1.5 acres that are mowable, and we still have 35-40% battery left. All our yard equipment is now ryobi battery, except for the garden tiller.
I think it means the batteries still have juice after mowing that big yard, not the overall battery condition.

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3 years ago, we bought the 100Ah version of this, without the bagger. 3 years later, we still love it. We have 1.5 acres that are mowable, and we still have 35-40% battery left. All our yard equipment is now ryobi battery, except for the garden tiller.
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3 years ago, we bought the 100Ah version of this, without the bagger. 3 years later, we still love it. We have 1.5 acres that are mowable, and we still have 35-40% battery left. All our yard equipment is now ryobi battery, except for the garden tiller.
They make one of those too
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35-40% battery capacity left? How much are new batteries? I'm assuming you would need new batteries this year maybe?
I think it means the batteries still have juice after mowing that big yard, not the overall battery condition.
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I think it means the batteries still have juice after mowing that big yard, not the overall battery condition.
Gotcha. I read that wrong, thought it was capacity left. My long term concern is about the battery capacity degradation and cost to replace batteries few years down the road.
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Gotcha. I read that wrong, thought it was capacity left. My long term concern is about the battery capacity degradation and cost to replace batteries few years down the road.
Ditto.
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Ditto.
They also have that ego ztr but again they are so new and so expensive for a few year gamble like that. The ego has been good reviews but just came out. Ryobi has some bad reviews of it failing in first year or 2 having to take to nearest service center.
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They also have that ego ztr but again they are so new and so expensive for a few year gamble like that. The ego has been good reviews but just came out. Ryobi has some bad reviews of it failing in first year or 2 having to take to nearest service center.
EGO ztr has many 1-2 star reviews of the system not even being able to mow 1 acre.
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35-40% battery capacity left? How much are new batteries? I'm assuming you would need new batteries this year maybe?
I searched around briefly and can't find the replacement pack. Ryobi's own parts website shows it as out of stock and doesn't list a price. Was able to find the battery for the much smaller push mower, it's $200-300 depending on where you shop.
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I hope the 30-in version will be on sale soon.
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I searched around briefly and can't find the replacement pack. Ryobi's own parts website shows it as out of stock and doesn't list a price. Was able to find the battery for the much smaller push mower, it's $200-300 depending on where you shop.
The batteries on these are just golf cart batteries. You don't have to get them from a proprietary vendor. A huge advantage when these die. Leoch LPC12-75
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The batteries on these are just golf cart batteries. You don't have to get them from a proprietary vendor. A huge advantage when these die. Leoch LPC12-75
Nice, good to know. Looks like 100Ah batteries run about $200 a piece and you'd need 4 of them. A steep price to pay but hopefully they last 4-5 years. I'm certain it's still cheaper than EGO's typical proprietary battery packs. I love my EGO blower and trimmer but $250 for a single battery when the current ones finally die is going to hurt.
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The batteries on these are just golf cart batteries. You don't have to get them from a proprietary vendor. A huge advantage when these die. Leoch LPC12-75
Thanks for mentioning that. Where is the best place to get great deal for golf cart batteries?
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