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Ryobi 40V HP Brushless 21" Self-Propelled Lawn Mower w/ 2x 6Ah Batteries EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has Ryobi 40V HP Brushless 21" Self-Propelled Lawn Mower w/ 2x 6Ah Batteries (RY401140US) on sale for $299.99. Shipping is $9.99.

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Includes:
  • 21" Mower (RY401140US)
  • 2x RYOBI 40V 6Ah Batteries
  • 1x Rapid Charger

Features:
  • High Performance Brushless Motor Delivers Maximum Performance and gas-like power
  • Self-Propelled Technology with Rear Wheel Drive
  • Up to 70 Minutes of Runtime; Ideal for 3/4 Acre or Less
  • Easy Lift Single Motion Bag Removal
  • 21 In. Durable Polypropylene Deck is Lightweight and Resist Corrosion
  • Deck is Covered by a Lifetime Warranty
  • Dual Active Battery Ports
  • One Touch Aluminum Handles for Compact, Vertical Storage
  • Push Button for Hassle Free Starting
  • 7-Position, Single-Point Height Adjustment from 1 in. to 4 in.
  • High-intensity LED Headlights
  • 3-in-1 Mulching, Bagging and Side Discharge Capability (Side Discharge Accessory Sold Separately)
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RYOBI 40 Volt HP 21 In. Self-Propelled Cordless Lawn Mower

High Performance Brushless Motor Delivers Maximum Performance and GAS-LIKE POWER
Self-Propelled Technology with Rear Wheel Drive
Up to 70 Minutes of Runtime; Ideal for 3/4 Acre or Less
Easy Lift Single Motion Bag Removal
21 In. Durable Polypropylene Deck is Lightweight and Resist Corrosion
Deck is Covered by a Lifetime Warranty
Dual Active Battery Ports
One Touch Aluminum Handles for Compact, Vertical Storage
Push Button for Hassle Free Starting
7-Position, Single-Point Height Adjustment from 1 in. to 4 in.
High-intensity LED Headlights
3-in-1 Mulching, Bagging and Side Discharge Capability (Side Discharge Accessory Sold Separately)
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Fox247 asked this question on 05-09-2022 at 12:27 PM
05-09-2022 at 12:27 PM
Yes, sort of. I have a treated yard and the front gets overseeded yearly. My 40V Brushless Ryobi struggles a bit on the highest setting this time of year but so do some gas mowers from my experience. My front is obnoxiously thick this year. Once it dries out a bit, this mower will have zero problems.

And yes, the battery are interchangeable but I think the brushless tools require the HP batteries for best performance.
05-09-2022 at 12:27 PM
yes and yes, just don't let the grass get crazy long and don't cut it wet

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I bought it and got a confirmation saying it could take 8 days to ship, but I'd get a shipping confirmation when it did. Less than 24 hours later it shipped and they never told me. They ignored my email to cancel and I had no idea it was coming until it showed up on my doorstep.
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Great deal.home depot wants 549.00 for the same part number.
Only things is when i ordered it they said 3 business days shipping.after the order was placed the confirmation email said 8.
Still a great deal i can wait.
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I recently bought this mower for a lesser deal at $375 (thought was decent at the time).

First I will mention, check your local utilities. My electric company offered an extra $30 rebate when buying a battery powered mower, helps with the cost a bit.

It took a while for me to get a working mower. Fedex damaged the first one and I had to send it back. DTO took a while to process the return and send me a replacement, I had to call a few times to get the ball rolling, not happy about that. The replacement mower had an issue right out of the box where the back wheel rattled and locked up sometimes (this was blemished, not refurb). This time I called Ryobi and took it to a local licensed repair shop. Sure enough, it was just a nut floating around in the wheel for some reason, after that, I was good to go.

I have only cut with it twice so far. The quality of the cut I think is in par with my Toro gas mower, but I have not mowed anything very high yet. I have 1/4 arce lot and the the 1st battery died just as I finished my final pass my first time mowing. Even with a 1/4 Acre, I think 2 batteries is a must as a safety net here. I think that is where the real value comes in with this mower. I also picked up an extra 4ah battery was a blower for $70 a few weeks back from DTO. You can't beat these price.

The automatic walk is a little slow for my taste, especially coming from Toro Personal Pace. But considering a Toro with 2 batteries could run you over $750, I think the value is really there with this mower. I have had clean consistent cuts so far and the vertical storage allowed me to keep it along side my gas mower still, as I am not really to say goodbye to that mower just yet.

For the price, personally I think you can't beat it. It is quieter, easy to move around and is so easy to start and stop, it can make mowing a relaxing experience. Also for anybody new to battery mowers, you can use the automatic walk without powering the blade. It comes in handy more often than you might think.
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Quote from garry.jones :
Can someone tell if this is a better deal or the $215 one which is factory bleminshed
Both are the same % off. The factory blemish is just so they can sell cheaper but should be basically new.

It just depends on what you need. The $300 one comes with 2 batteries, which it needs. Trying to use 1 battery wont really cut it unless you have a really small lawn. The $300 mower will last 70 minutes (advetised) so using only 1 battery would only last ~35minutes or less if the run times are accurate.

The $215 model can run 42 minutes as advertised on 1 battery.

I was debating the same thing, ended up deciing the $300 model wasnt necessary since my lawn isnt very big.

Am now deciding between the $215 model and the $167 model. Both have similar run times, the cheaper model is not self propelled and doesnt use HP technology.
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How important is self propelling if your lawn is small?


Quote from VioletThread310 :
Both are the same % off. It just depends on what you need. The $300 one comes with 2 batteries, which it needs. Trying to use 1 battery wont really cut it unless you have a really small lawn. The $300 mower will last 70 minutes (advetised) so using only 1 battery would only last ~35minutes or less if the run times are accurate.

The $215 model can run 42 minutes as advertised on 1 battery.

I was debating the same thing, ended up deciing the $300 model wasnt necessary since my lawn isnt very big.

Am now deciding between the $215 model and the $167 model. Both have similar run times, the cheaper model is not self propelled and doesnt use HP technology.
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Wasn't this on here for factory blemish?
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When are we able to get plastic blades; maybe even carbon fiber blades please
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Why would you want plastic blades? Let alone carbon fiber? Explain the benefit

Other than overpricing and not as rigid as sterl
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When are we able to get plastic blades; maybe even carbon fiber blades please
plastic blades? what do u mean? the blade is not plastic. The deck is made out of some plastic compound but as mentioned here this is actually a better move vs. steel.
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Quote from dman918 :
I currently have a Honda gas mower (hrr216) that's terrible. I mow once a week and the mulching just ends up as a clumping mess. It constantly dies out from grass getting stuck inside, etc. Is this electric mower going to be even worse power wise where it can't handle it?
I just got that one. Happened to me twice on the lowest setting. I was abusing for sure, grass was almost 6 to 9 inches, wet as I was doing it early morning. I increased the deck height to 2nd lowes, honda was able to handle it.
I know gas vs. wired / battery power one debate is controversial. I was hesitant few years back, took some time to get used to of Gas small engine maintenance. Once you know what to do, it is really piece of cake.
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Is 40v powerful enough for thick fescue grass?

Are the batteries interchangeable with other Ryobi 40v tools?
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Anybody know if you can add the dual blade replacement to this model?
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Quote from Fox247 :
Is 40v powerful enough for thick fescue grass?

Are the batteries interchangeable with other Ryobi 40v tools?
yes and yes, just don't let the grass get crazy long and don't cut it wet
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Anyone know if this model is better or just as good as the Greenworks 60V Self Propelled 21" model?
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Got this one on Friday, got that delay due to high volume email. Wanted to cancel and get the dual blade model for $70 more. I think I'll just keep it.
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