GreenWorks 25022 12 Amp Corded 20-Inch Lawn Mower

March 29, 2017 - Comment

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″

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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

Comments

Dr Bell says:

works great, but not maintaince free.

Joel Avrunin says:

Very satisfied former Black and Decker owner – Greenworks gets it right! 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…

Jacob D Koster says:

Highly recommended! This mower is awesome!I used this mower on an empty, wild,neglected lot that the city mows over with a tractor and attachment(the lot is now mine) and the GreenWorks mower performed like a champ!The grass was very tall with even taller wild weeds, chunks of woods and sticks, and other debris and I mowed over it all no problem. I picked up the yard ahead of time but didn’t get everything so I was real rough on it. I feel like I took this mower to the limit and it did the job no problem.Cord management was no problem at all my first time. I plugged it into a North wall. Then I mowed East to West starting closest to my power source and then mowing away.Best thing of all (which there are a lot, low noise level being one) starting it up is a breeze. Hold in a button and close the handle and it starts right up. Let go, start it up in a second, On, off, on, off. No more tugging and priming and dealing with a gas mower that is hard to start. Just on, off, on,…

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