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Greenworks 48V 17" Brushless Cordless Lawn Mower + 24V Brushless Drill / Driver, (2) 4.0Ah USB Batteries (USB Hub) and Dual Port Rapid Charger Included (2 x 24V)
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|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||54.8 x 19.4 x 40.24 inches|
|Style||2 x 4.0Ah|
|Cutting Width||17 Inches|
|Number of Positions||6|
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- Two Greenworks 24 VOLT POWERALL batteries combine for 48 VOLTS of exceptional power without leaving the 24 VOLT battery platform
- Highly efficient brushless motor provides more torque, quiet operation, and longer life
- 17 in. rust-resistant lightweight deck designed for easy maneuverability
- Single button 6 position height adjustment offers a range of cutting height from 1-1/4 in. to 3-3/8 in
- 2-in-1 feature provides mulching and rear bagging capabilities
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The Greenworks 48V Cordless Lawn Mower + 24V Drill set includes the 48V 17” Brushless Cordless mower and the 24V Brushless Drill/Driver, (2) 4.0 Ah Batteries with USB hub, and a Dual Port Rapid Charger. The efficient brushless motor technology in both the mower and the drill provides more power, quiet operation, and longer life. The mower features a 17” rust-resistant, lightweight deck and 6 positions for flexible height adjustments. The 24V Cordless Drill offers precision control for any project with an 18-position torque clutch. Two Greenworks 24V batteries combine for 48 volts of power without leaving the 24V battery platform, making it a breeze to swap batteries between the drill and the mower with ease. The Greenworks 24V lithium-ion platform powers over 100+ indoor and outdoor products, including lawn mowers, blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools, and more. The 24V battery provides 20% more power and 35% more run time while delivering fade-free power with no memory loss after charging. USB ports are integrated into the batteries, making it a portable charger for phones, tablets, and other compatible electronic accessories. The Greenworks 24V platform comes with a 3-year tool/battery warranty to protect your investment.
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2012
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I shop regularly at Amazon and frequently read and rely on customer reviews, but I hardly ever write one. I have been mowing lawns for 60 years and have always believed you need a 5 HP gas mower to mow grass. Period. But times change. I wanted to try an electric corded mower to see if it would help with several issues. Until last month, I had never, ever used anything but gas. This 16" mower exceeded all expectations. I gave away my old mower, gas cans, air filters, and tossed the oil changing pan and a bunch of other stuff. I am never going back.
This particular mower is very well designed. I do not know how well it will hold up over time, but based on three mowings of heavy, wet, tall northwest spring grass, I think the build quality is very good and I expect it to last. It has plenty of power to mow grass. It is very easy to change mower height with one control. The mulching plug is a welcome addition (but mulching will have to wait for drier weather.)
I did not expect the grass catcher to work at all, but it not only works great, it works better than any other one I have ever used. There is an impeller (or something) mounted above the blade which may have something to do with filling the bag. Also, the smooth curved surface of the underside of the mower may have something to do with it. Anyway, the grass catcher bag fills with heavy wet long grass until the bag is full. Completely unexpected.
Here is a hint for everyone: I was looking around the shed for something to clean the underside of the mower. I did not want to use the steel scrapers I used on my old mower. I found a rounded plastic tool my wife must have purchased for gardening. It is perfect! I used this: Fiskars Fiber Composite Soil Scoop (7068).
If you have never used a corded electric mower, here are some thoughts which might help. Things which are easier with this mower than my old gas mower include: lighter, much less vibration, much quieter, much easier to start, no gas, no oil, no air filter, no tuneups. To start, you press a button, squeeze the bail (just like your gas mower). That is it. No bending over, nothing to pull. It just starts up and keeps running until you release the bail. The main adjustment is using a cord. You do have to learn how to manage the cord and devise a new plan to mow your lawn. It took me three mowing sessions to be comfortable with all aspects of mowing with this mower. You will probably learn faster than I did.
Thanks to all of the reviewers of this product and many more. Thanks also to Amazon for hosting the reviews.
Ok Ladies and Gentlemen, let us discuss why you would buy an electric lawnmower over a traditional gas powered mower or a non-powered mower.
I have a smallish back yard that I have to mow. I have previously tried to mow a very similar yard with the unpowered mower and ended up spending more time going over the exact same area than I felt was appropriate. Those things are designed to do something by hand that we now do with a traditional mower way more efficiently.
Let’s move onto gas mowers. I have a small yard. HA! So to me, storing fuel and oil for the lawn mower seemed like an unnecessary risk, even if it is a small risk. Plus, I would have to travel to the store to get the fuel from time to time.
Now onto the electric mower, of which I have seen two types. There is the plug in kind (which this is) and there is battery powered. I looked at both and although I really liked the idea of battery powered and no cord to run over, I decided the additional cost and the environmental impact the batteries make didn’t translate to worthwhile for me.
I purchased the 10 AMP Corded GreenWorks mower and overall I am very satisfied with the performance. It can mulch the grass or you can attach the supplied bag to it and catch all the clippings. Normally I just mulch it.
It folds up fairly well and is fairly light so I am able to carry it into my small shed and store it under a cabinet.
I have had some issues with the level adjustment. It might be my fault from hauling it around, but it is difficult to raise and lower it after less than one year of owning it.
The only other complaint I have is, that at 10 AMP is slightly underpowered and seems to struggle with taller grass. You just needed to move a bit slower. If I buy another it will be the more powerful model.
In conclusion, if you need a mower and you have a smaller yard, then purchase this. You won’t be disappointed once you get used to the vacuum sound it produces and learn how to cut with an electric mower.
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It is purely a design issue. The switch itself (plastic housing and plastic mechanical throw rod) became overly stiff or misaligned, so that the interlock function wouldn't work.
I am very dissatisfied.