GreenWorks Pro MO80L510 80V 21-Inch Self-Propelled Cordless Lawn Mower, 5Ah Battery and Charger Included
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- Up to 70 minutes of run time with fully charged 5.0AH Battery, battery and charger included
- Brushless motors are more reliable and delivers gas equivalent performance to a 160cc gas engine
- Smart Cut(TM) Load sensing technology
- 3-in-1 Mulch, rear bag, and side discharge
- 80V 5AH li-ion battery and rapid charger included, compatible battery and charger models GBA80200, GBA80400 and GCH8040
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|Item Weight||79.5 pounds|
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GreenWorks Pro 80V System offers a range of commercial grade tools for the professionals and those who just want more power. This 21-inch cordless lawn mower features a durable steel deck, large 10-inch rear wheels, and Smart Cut(TM) load sensing technology . Light weight and easy to use, it has a single lever height adjustment and 3-in-1 operation for mulching, bagging, and discharging. Designed for durability and heavy duty jobs, it features a brushless motor that delivers the power and performance of a 160cc gas engine. With an extra battery on hand, you can now rip through grass in the neighborhood without the hassle of gas. Compatible batteries currently include a 2ah (model GBA80200) and 4ah (model GBA80400) battery and rapid charger (model GCH8040). The 2ah battery charges within 30 minutes so you can get back to work and finish that job. The 4ah battery charges within 1 hour.
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Mower was light enough to lug it down alone to the basement for Winter, and back up for Spring. Absolutely no preparation needed (no gas burn off, stabilizer, spark plugs, filters, etc.), aside from blowing off old grass clippings and covering for dust (cover interchanged with snow blower).
The 2 Ah battery just barely lasts my 1/4 acre mowing, so I'd recommend purchasing a second 2 Ah or 4 Ah battery to swap between. I now use the 4 Ah (bought a week after the mower) in the mower, leaf blower, & snow blower (bought this past winter and also works great), and the lighter 2 Ah battery for the string trimmer & hedge trimmer. I now have the entire GreenWorks 80V line, except the chain saw. My corded Toro leaf blower stays in my basement, and I sold off my gas 2-stage snow blower in December.
[5/18/2015 original review]
I've been holding off on purchasing this until the 4Ah battery bundle became available, but the monkeys swinging across my lawn jungle forced my hand. I decided to just use the 2Ah battery that I already had for my GreenWorks 80V leaf blower.
The shipping weight is 72 pounds (mower-only package), but the box was light enough to carry by myself. Packaging is minimal, yet sturdy, with cardboard spacers. The box contained the mower, handle bar extension, manual booklet, and quick-start sheet.
The only assembly required were 1) attaching the handle bar extension using 2 bolt/knob combos and 2) snapping on the right-side mulch discharge chute. Alternatively, you can leave off the side chute, pull off the rear mulching block, and attach the clippings collection fabric bag. The entire handle assembly is adjustable to 3 heights using the pair of built-in 90-degree twist knobs. There’s also a lever to adjust to 7 different cutting heights.
To prepare to mow, simply lift the battery cover flap on raised protrusion on the center-top of the mower, push in the battery until it clicks into place (release button is used when removing the battery), then lower the flap.
No messy, smelly gas or oil needed. No nauseating exhaust! The electric motor is far quieter than a gas engine; my toddlers fell asleep fine during my mowing. There’s none of the headaches of maintaining a gasoline engine: buy/store/pour jugs of gasoline, buy and keep engine oil topped off, buy fuel stabilizers, deal with spills, clean/replace spark plugs, burn off excess gasoline for off-season storage, etc.
To turn on, you push and hold the green button on the upper-right of the handle, then grasp the green lever arm together with the handle bar, then let go of the button. When you release lever, the mower turns off completely; there is no idle. To restart, you’ll need to repeat the hold-button and grasp-lever routine. There is no cord-yanking involved.
The mower is very easy to push (note it’s not self-powered), so I speed-walked most of the time. It’s easy to turn 180-degrees for parallel mowing. The blades cut very near to the outer edge of the wheels (see attached picture), so there’s minimal need for overlap. There’s a rubber rear skirt to protect you from any rock or debris projectiles, which is a godsend for my yard, full of landscape stones and sweet gum tree spike-balls.
The 2.0Ah battery from my leaf blower had plenty of power to mow the ¼ acre of greatly-overgrown grass and weeds (yesterday 5/17 was my first mow of the season), then power the blower to clean the mower. It’ll probably still have enough power for the string trimmer (on backorder), but I plan on buying either the 4.0Ah battery once it’s available or another 2.0Ah.
For storage, the handle bars easily fold over at the base for fast, compact storage. I actually have my mower resting vertically in the garage for maximum space savings (see my first picture). I feel it’s also light enough for most people to carry it to the basement for winter storage.
I’m very happy with the 80V mower and leaf blower so far. This Fall, I plan on selling my 24” gas snow thrower to replace with a GreenWorks 80V model as well.
They said they couldn't believe all the trouble I was having. Keep in mind for each time the replacement equipment was sent out it would take 5 to 10 business days to arrive or as I viewed it 5 – 10 business days without being able to mow my lawn. So then they agreed to ship me all new components. So I would get a new mower, a new blower, a new battery charger, and battery. So the next they ended up forgetting to ship the components, so after 2 or 3 calls they finally realize it never left the warehouse and they ship all of the equipment to me me it, so I'm out of a mower and blower for close to two months. Once it arrives I get it all unpacked and after a couple of hours I notice the battery isn't charging. Dumbfounded by how this could happen, I move it to another outlet, and it still didn't charge over night. I called; I did some troubleshooting and decided to record the ridiculousness. At this point, I was burned out. I pulled a hail Mary and I contacted Amazon about the ordeal and they agreed to refund me for the mower and leaf blower, which I have to say 6 out of 5 stars for Amazon, they really went above and beyond to help me out.
A couple things to note, I rate the GreenWorks hold music 5/5 it was actually good, their customer service a 3/5, their warranty policy, 2/5 and their 80v line of products 1/5. Amazon did great, and I love their customer support, but I will be vary weary of ever purchasing another GreenWorks product again.
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