The Greenworks 40V 19-Inch Cordless (3-In-1) Push Lawn Mower is a great choice for anyone looking for an eco-friendly and reliable lawn mower. It is powered by a 40V battery, which delivers enough power to cut through even the thickest grass. The 3-in-1 design allows you to mulch, bag, or discharge the clippings, so you can choose the option that works best for your needs. Additionally, the 19-inch cutting deck makes quick work of large areas. The Greenworks 40V 19-Inch Cordless (3-In-1) Push Lawn Mower also features a durable steel deck and 8 inch rear wheels that make it easy to maneuver. Plus, it comes with a 2.0Ah battery and charger, so you can get started right away.
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Primary Information Of Sunrise Global Marketing, 25223
|Product Dimensions||50 x 19 x 42 inches|
|Product Weight||53.1 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||Sunrise Global Marketing, LLC|
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Important notice, the lithium-ion item express delivery option is not available due to transport restrictions. The company has been more economical when working in your yard thanks to the greenworks 40v g-max lithium-ion lawn tool series, the gas alternative you’ve been waiting on. This versatile battery-powered platform has all the tools you need to finish your yard work without giving up performance or power. The ability to use power mowers when you need more impressive amounts of grass is convenient as you don’t have to worry about power performance in this 60v cordless 20 in. 11″ mower with the greenworks 25223 40v cordless 19 in. 3-in-1 lawn mower. Powered by 40 volts of g-max lithium-ion cells, the 25223 provides high-powered and consistent cutting performance for up to 60 minutes on a single charge. Powered by 40 volts of g-max lithium-ion cells, the 25223 provides high-powered and consistent cutting performance for up to 60 minutes on a single charge. Ideal for homeowners with smaller to medium-sized yards, the 25223 is equipped with a sturdy stamped steel deck that features mulching, side discharge and rear bag collection capabilities, letting gardeners choose from 3 different settings for grass clipping cleanup. 19 in. Ideal for homeowners with smaller to medium-sized yards, the 25223 is equipped with a sturdy stamped steel deck that features mulching, side discharge and rear bag collection capabilities, letting gardeners choose from 3 different settings for grass clipping cleanup. 19 in.
Top Customer Reviews for Sunrise Global Marketing, 25223
RayB rated Sunrise Global Marketing, 25223 5 out of 5 stars on June 23, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
What a great company
I bought this lawn mower some time back and it is always been a great mower. But, all good things come to an end and my lawnmower quit working but I found it was still in the warranty. So I called the company and they told me where to take my mower to have it repaired, which I did. However, in my case the mower could not be repaired so they shipped me a new one at no cost. What a great company!When I took my mower to the company for repair I also had to take my batteries with with me. So Greenworks informed me that I was going to be receiving a new mower they told me to go back to the repair company and pick up my batteries. After I got my batteries back I quickly realized that they had not given me back the same batteries that I’d left with them. One of the batteries was no good. So I called GreenWorks and told them about the battery switch. So what if they do, Greenworks sent me a new battery, no charge. Great product great customer service thank you Greenworks.Show more +
Michael Rogers rated Sunrise Global Marketing, 25223 1 out of 5 stars on June 15, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Worked great, until it didn’t, and Greenworks left me little recourse
Bought this mower in summer 2016, uncertain about the reputation of electric mowers, but this thing proved itself. Between the front and the back yard I’ve only got about 1/10th of an acre to mow, and between the two batteries I was able to get it all done with charge left to spare. All in all, I was happy with my purchase, and even went on to buy several accessories.But a little over half a year ago that all went down the drain. Both batteries were still running strong, until without warning the larger of the two (model 29472) stopped charging altogether. Putting it on the charging dock, the lights refuse to light up on either the battery or the dock, while both still work for the smaller battery. This led me to believe the battery’s internal charger circuit must have fried somehow. No problem I thought; this thing has a 4 year warranty. I can just get it replaced, right?So I called customer support. Turns out, the warranty applies to everything EXCEPT the batteries (which conveniently isn’t mentioned in the warranty on this product on Amazon even when it includes the batteries). Those only carry a ONE year warranty. Okay, well, that sucks, but whatever. The battery cells themselves are fine, it’s just the circuit that’s bad, so I’ll just pay them to replace that one part, right?Nope. According to customer support, that’s not an option. In spite of the fact that Greenworks still produces these batteries, and if under the warranty would be happy to replace it, apparently they have no process in place by which to repair them if out of warranty. That means if the measly little circuit board on your battery chokes out at any point after the one year mark, you’re left with a $150 paper weight.And of course if you want to keep using your equipment, you’ve gotta buy another battery from them and hope that the new one doesn’t decide to crap out on you too. At $150 every two and a half years on batteries, I’d rather just go back to gas, since that’s certainly more environmentally and economically friendly than producing these expensive lithium bricks to toss in a landfill somewhere.All in all, while I’ve been pleased with the mower and other equipment itself, I’m really disappointed with Greenworks’ warranties and policies, and the way they’ve left me up a creek without a paddle. For someone who was eager to go full in for them and even talk it up to my family and neighbors, all I can do now is warn them away. For now I’ve gone down to doing half my lawn at a time with the dinky little battery, but once that craps out I’ll probably just go back to using gas (a whole mower costs the same price as one of their batteries), or maybe look for another electric mower company that stands behind their products. Or heck, even just one that lets you send in your parts for repair. Like I said, I’d happily pay to get this fixed, but I’m not going to drop another $150 on something that’s been shown to fail.Show more +