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GreenWorks 25022 12 Amp Corded 20-Inch Lawn Mower

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  • 12 Amp Electric Motor delivers enough power to cut through the toughest grass
  • Durable steel 20-Inch cutting deck gets the job done quicker and more efficiently
  • 3-in-1 feature provides multiple options for grass clippings from rear bagging, side discharge and mulching capabilities for versatile needs
  • 7 position height adjustment offers a range of cutting height from 1 1/2-Inch to 3 3/4-Inch for the perfect cut on all grass types
  • Wide 10-Inch rear wheels and 7-Inch front wheels
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GreenWorks 25022 12 Amp Corded 20-Inch Lawn Mower + GreenWorks 21212 4 Amp 13-Inch Corded String Trimmer + Coleman Cable 02309 16/3 Vinyl Outdoor Extension Cord, Orange, 100-Feet
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 56 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 59 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002ZVOLXE
  • Item model number: 25022
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,007 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,505 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Green Works 20" Electric Bag/Mulch/Side Lawn Mower

25022 Power: 12A Features: -Mulch side discharge and rear bag. -Available in 12A and 24V power. -7 Position single lever adjustment. -20" Cutting width. -7" Front and 10" rear wheel size. -Assembly required.


•Powerful 12 Amp motor for getting the job done ; California Proposition 65•Robust steel 20" cutting deck offers highest performance and durability•3-in-1 feature provides multiple options for grass clippings from rear bagging, side discharge and mulching capabilities for versatile needs•Single lever 7-position height adjustment offers range of cutting height from 1 1/2" to 3 3/4" for the perfect cut on all types of grass•Wider 10" rear wheels and 7" front wheels makes it easy to maneuver around uneven terrain and around your flower beds

From the Manufacturer

GreenWorks 12 Amp 21-Inch Corded Mower

Model 25022

Get started within seconds with this 12 Amp Motor with 21-Inch deck gets through your yard quickly and efficiently.

Height adjustment

Single level adjustment makes it easy to adjust all 4 wheels. 7-position offering range of 1-1/2 inch to 3-3/4 inch.

3-in-1 Capability

Mulch, Side Discharge or bag your grass while mowing with this 3-in-1 mower.

Lightweight and Compact

At 56 lbs. this mower also folds down for compact storage and transportation.

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Battery Inc. NA NA NA 2AH and 4AH Battery Inc. 4AH Battery Inc. 2AH and 4AH Battery Inc.
Deck Size (inches) 20 16 21 19 16 20
Height Adjustment (inches) 1 1/2— 3 3/4 5/8 - 2 5/8 1 3/4— 3 3/4 1 1/4 - 3 1/2 7/8 - 2 3/4 1 3/8 - 3 3/8
Weight 56 lbs. 39 lbs. 55 lbs. 53.97 lbs. 37.8 lbs. 42.5 lbs.

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GreenWorks Tools, Makes Life Easier

Powered by Innovation, GreenWorks Tools offer a full range of high quality tools for every budget with three different battery systems and a corded family of tools to choose from. Whether it is mowing, trimming, cutting, blowing away debris or working on projects within the home, GreenWorks has a tool for all your DIY projects. From lawn and garden tools, compressors, pressure washers and power tools, GreenWorks Makes Life Easier. All GreenWorks Tools are backed with a 4 year warranty, the lithium-ion batteries are backed with a 2 year warranty, while the DigiPro Brushless Motor is backed with a 10 year warranty.

Customer Reviews

Cuts very high grass no problems.
bjd0316
Start closest to the plug and work your way further out and you will never have to pull or adjust the position of the extension cord!
Blue
The light weight makes it very easy to use.
Mitchel Lidowsky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,012 of 1,029 people found the following review helpful By Joel Avrunin TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 24, 2011
I bought my first electric lawn mower when I bought my first house in 2004. It was a Black and Decker MM675 with a flip-over handle. That lawn mower served me well for about 5 years and never let me down. Then, one day I used it when my lawn was too wet and the motor started to smoke as it bogged down on wet grass! I could no longer get the MM675 model, so I went to Home Depot and "upgraded" to the MM1800, the 18" corded mulching/bagging mower from Black and Decker. Immediately I was dissatisfied. It didn't feel as strong as my old mower, was more unwieldy, and had this awful plastic shroud that made it hard to maneuver. Everything on it felt cheap, and two years later, it died on me while mowing grass that was not that thick.

I decided to try to leave the Black and Decker world and see what else I could find.

Bear in mind, I did not consider gas because I don't have the room to keep fuel around and I have a modest size yard. I did not want cordless battery power because I didn't want to have to keep batteries alive (some require charge/discharge cycles all winter) or buy new batteries.

Corded lawn mowers are a fine solution. Many complain about "cord management", but here's the trick. Your lawn never changes. Unless you are a professional landscaper (and if you are, buy a gas mower), then you always mow the same lawn. So the trick is to come up with a mowing pattern where you mow away from the outlet and never trip over the cord. Once you have a pattern, stick with it and you can mow quickly.

Which brings me to the Greenworks 25022 20" electric bag/mulch/side discharge mower. It costs a bit more than the Black and Decker, but what a difference. First, the deck of the mower is metal, not plastic! That means it is thinner than the B&D.
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424 of 452 people found the following review helpful By gfak40 on December 30, 2012
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This is a review for the Greenworks 25022 12 amp electric mower with dual-column gas chromatograph. If you swallowed the last part of that first sentence, then be forewarned about the rest of my review...you'll get a lot of that. So pay attention.

First of all, this thing is cool. I don't usually jump right to `coolness' as a major criteria, but let's face it - mowing your lawn with an electric mower is about as manly as shopping for curtains. Not that there's anything wrong with that. But if you ARE going to use one of these, it should at least look cool.

By cool I mean it's low and sleek and aerodynamic. You may not think this is important, but when most of your neighbors have shrines to Dale Earnhardt in their man caves, every little bit helps. Even the green finish is race-car quality. And yes, I put some "3" stickers on it as soon as I unpacked it.

It also appears kinda jacked up, with those larger rear wheels. But seriously, these make a lot of sense, and they make maneuvering a lot easier. Which is huge if you are a clumsy dolt like me. Add in a trailing power cord and you've got all the makings for an amusing video.

OK, let's get down to brass tacks - do I like it? Um, duh...did you not see the five stars? If all you want is the bottom-line, then yes, I own several Greenworks products and this is by far my favorite. The folks ate Greenworks may love me for this, but beware guys...if I get around to reviewing your electric trimmer you may not like me so much.

Unpacking...there was none. I mean really...outta the box, fold up the handle bar, attach cord, cut grass. I could still smell the exhaust fumes from the UPS truck that dropped it off when I first started mowing.
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227 of 247 people found the following review helpful By Mitchel Lidowsky on September 10, 2011
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I waited until I had a full season of use before submitting this review. My prior mower was an electric corded BD Lawn Hog that I had for six years. I'm used to being tethered to an electric cord for mowing the lawn. My property is 60' x 100' on Long Island and relatively flat. This Greenworks mower is way better than the BD I used to have. It's a bit bigger, 20" vs 19", but it's lighter, more manuverable and even though both are 12 amp, the Greenworks mower seeems to be more powerful. I always bag the clippings so I can't comment on how well it mulches. The bag mechanism is great. The spring loaded flap closes securely. The deck is metal not plastic as in the BD. The blade design is different too and I think it cuts better. I did the lawn today after not cutting for two weeks. The Greenworks cut through the high grass with ease. The price is great. It's a "green" product that doesn't pollute the air. It's quiet compared to a gas mower. The light weight makes it very easy to use. I have no complaints am I am very pleased with this product.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By M. Lapin on August 6, 2013
We purchased this mower in an attempt to be more eco-friendly, and for the first couple of uses, the mower worked just fine. However, after a few uses (we mow bi-weekly), the mower died in the middle of cutting the lawn. I checked the breaker switch, the outlet, the cord, and everything else I could think of, but the mower was definitely broken.

I consulted the Greenworks service manual, and, when the mower will not run, it advises you to check the extension cord. Seriously, that's it.

So, I called Greenworks, and, after 30 minutes on hold, I spoke to a gruff customer service representative/technician. He was pretty rude, but that's really beside the point. He took my name and address and said he would have some parts sent to me that would fix the mower.

A week later, two parts show up in the mail with no description or explanation, but I'm a handy enough guy all things considered, so I opened up the mower and found the parts easy enough to replace. But--even after replacing the parts--the mower still wouldn't start. (Because of course it wouldn't.) I should also mention that these two parts are the only two replaceable parts in the mower besides the motor itself. So, to me, that means that I have a defective motor and that, really, the whole mower should be replaced, considering it is only a couple of months old and broke during my fourth use.

Well, I called the customer service line again, and was given the complete runaround. They refused to honor their warranty and return the mower because it had been purchased online (there's no such restriction in the written warranty), but did give me the address of a service center that could allegedly fix the mower.
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