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How long has it been since you've tried to hire a kid with a mower , pretty thin on the ground here . The teenager next door thinks a lawn mower handle will give him cooties Dusty
Only experienced the Roybi 18 volt jobbies and the upshot is don't no power really small catcher and it would take a couple of charges even with their large batts to do what I considered a modest area of cooch grass which I don't consider hard going fortunately wasn't mine didn't pay for it. Having said that I've had positive experience with a 36volt huskie chain saw so I'm sure there are things that work your budget might be a bit modest though.Although on the other hand have you considered going off the deep end? https://www.husqvarna.com/us/products/offers/automower-crown-commitment/
The Kobalt or the Greenworks ? Dusty
I often cut the grass for a friend. She got an Ego mower at Home Depot. 56V 7 amp/hour. A replacement battery is well over 1/2 the total cost.The lot is large enough that it takes close to two hours of actual cutting, with that mower, and it is thick Bermuda grass, so you need to go a bit slow. It usually takes three full charges to do the yard. Lots of beer breaks in hot weather, which is nice. A recharge takes over an hour, so it often doesn't get done in one day. Sort of OK, I'm not in a rush, but annoying at times. I do like the mower, self propelled, fairly quiet, no worries about getting fuel. Just hit the button.
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