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21" Greenworks 48V Brushless Lawn Mower w/ 4x Batteries & 2 Dual Chargers EXPIRED

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Amazon has 21" Greenworks 48V (2 x 24V) Brushless Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower w/ 4x 4.0Ah Batteries & 2 Dual Port Rapid Chargers (MO48L4422) on sale for $331.20. Shipping is free.

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  • Two Greenworks 24V Powerall batteries combine for 48 volts of power (includes 4 batteries total).
  • Up To 70 Minutes Run-Time With 4 Fully Charged 4Ah USB Batteries. Run-Time Varies Based on Grass Condition and Operator Technique. Dual Port Charger Included
  • Self-propelled rear wheel drive and variable speed control for maximum traction, maneuverability, and control
  • 4-In-1 System - Mulch, Rear Bagging, Side Discharge, and Turbo Button for leaf pickup and maximum power

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Seems to be an older model? Wondering if this is good or should wait for the single battery 60/80v version?
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Quote from Bibhu3108 :
Seems to be an older model? Wondering if this is good or should wait for the single battery 60/80v version?
I'm going to wait. I'd rather have a higher voltage. Once I commit to a voltage I don't want to be underpowered on the rest of the ecosystem.
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I bought a similar setup with two batteries about 2 months ago, I can mow for around 25 minutes or so.
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I am well invested in the 60V line. No regrets.
This 24V line of theirs appears to be their entry in to the power tool market (while also being able to do lawn/yard stuff). I'm already bought in to Milwaukee there but I would pass on it anyway as the established power tool brands are known quantities. If you're just starting out (no tools, no yard equipment) this might be more intriguing.
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Waiting for the Costco one to come back and go on sale.
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Would recommend to go for 60v or 80v if you can. May be tough to use this if your grass is tall and/or wet. I typically mow every 3 weeks so this probably won't work for me
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Waiting for the Costco one to come back and go on sale.
We just moved to a house and used manual reel mower for first cut. In need of first lawn mower. Which model in costco are you referring?
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I got this last year and after several times using it gave it away. I was having problems with BOTH batteries I received holding a charge. Also, the lever that controlled cutting height broke during the second use.
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Quote from slkmaster2000 :
Would recommend to go for 60v or 80v if you can. May be tough to use this if your grass is tall and/or wet. I typically mow every 3 weeks so this probably won't work for me
it is not really the voltage. 48 should be enough. It is the total watt hours. A 80v 4ah should last as long as this.

In a way doing it this way makes sense. If a couple of internal batteries go out in a 80 v one then the battery is dead. Here that is just one of four batteries dead. Cheaper to replace.

This is a good price for a 21" mower. You can also use it for a lot of other tools. Generally Greenworks is a decent product. I had a 20" 40 V mower and it worked fine. Just a bit small and dual blades I prefer 21" or larger.
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We just moved to a house and used manual reel mower for first cut. In need of first lawn mower. Which model in costco are you referring?
Most likely this: https://www.costco.com/greenworks...91098.html
OOS now. I ordered and they cancelled Frown Frown
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Highly recommend 60V Ryobi from Direct Tools instead.. got a $500 mower for $300 on last sale. (Not sure if still going..)
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Quote from slkmaster2000 :
Would recommend to go for 60v or 80v if you can. May be tough to use this if your grass is tall and/or wet. I typically mow every 3 weeks so this probably won't work for me
60v works fine for me even on thick tall grass.
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I love mine but this looks like a different model
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