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My Experience with Greenworks Electric Lawnmower

I Took the Plunge Into Ecosystem of Greenworks Electric Lawnmower and Equipment

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Are you tired of relying on gas-powered equipment for your lawn care needs? I was too, so I decided to branch out and purchase Greenworks electric lawnmower and other equipment. I was hesitant at first, worried about running out of battery in the middle of a job, but I quickly learned that the benefits outweighed any potential downsides. This post will share my experience with battery-powered lawn equipment, specifically my self-propelled Greenworks 21" 40V lawnmower, and why I believe it's time to jump on the battery bandwagon.

My initial thoughts on buying a battery-powered unit were the same thoughts that give electric car drivers anxiety. What will happen when I run out of battery? In the case of the typical car driver, they could be stranded in the middle of nowhere. With a battery-powered lawnmower, you could be in the middle of a job and have to stop. Luckily that has not been the case in my experience, but it is essential to detail that I have at least five batteries within my Greenworks ecosystem. Having multiple batteries means I can swap them out and keep going without any downtime. You will only get by with two batteries if you have a small lawn.

When choosing the voltage for your battery-powered lawn equipment, it's essential to consider the compatibility of your other gear. I settled on a 40v option, as a quantity of available equipment in the market is compatible with this option. This includes my blower, weed trimmer, branch cutter, and recently added battery-powered snow shovel. Each time you buy a particular piece of equipment, ensure it comes with a battery and, even more critically, a charger. With hot-swappable batteries, it's easy to move from one task to the next without worrying about running out of battery. You can get the depleted battery back on with extra chargers for a recharge.

If you're worried about the power and performance of a battery-powered lawnmower, rest assured that it can keep up with its gas-powered counterparts, provided you keep your lawn manageable. My Greenworks lawnmower is as powerful as any gas-powered model I've used. Plus, it's much quieter, which is excellent for early morning or late-night mowing sessions. Not only is it quieter, but it's also much better for the environment, producing zero emissions and reducing my carbon footprint.

Another significant benefit of battery-powered equipment is its ease of use and maintenance. Without any gas or oil to worry about, keeping your equipment in top condition is much easier. When I finish the job, I flip over the mower and use my blower to clear out any grass left behind. I can also wash the unit down with water to keep it looking tip-top. It's also much easier on your body, as no heavy lifting or pulling is needed.


Switching to battery-powered lawn equipment was one of the best decisions I've made when caring for my lawn. The benefits far outweigh any potential downsides, from convenience to environmental impact to ease of use. I envision my next piece of equipment being a step up to the 80V riding mower.

If you're tired of dealing with gas-powered equipment and want to switch to a more sustainable and reliable option, I recommend jumping on the Greenworks battery bandwagon. It's not only better for your lawn, but it's also better for the environment.


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