The Greenworks 48V 20″ Brushless Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower is a great choice for lawn care. It has a durable construction with a 20″ steel deck that can handle tougher jobs. The brushless motor provides more power and torque, and it’s also more efficient so you can get the job done faster. The self-propelled feature makes it easy to push and maneuver, and the included mulching blade helps to create a clean cut. The mower also includes a safety key that prevents accidental starts, and it comes with a 2-year warranty. The 24V Brushless Drill Driver is perfect for DIY projects around the house. It has a powerful drill/driver with two speeds and 24 torque settings, so you can choose the right setting for the job.
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|Product Dimensions||60.63 x 17.72 x 41.73 inches|
|Product Weight||75.8 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||Sunrise Global Marketing, LLC|
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The greenworks cordless 48v lawn mower and the 24v cordless drill set have the two active 48v brushless lawnmowers and the double drill with brushless motor, (2) 4.0 Ah cylindrical batteries with USB connection, and a two-cord quick charger. The high-performance brushless motor in the motor saves more power, more quiet operation, and longer battery life. The mower comes with a 20-inch heavy-duty steel cutting deck, fully self-propelled rear wheel drive, and variable speed control for maximum traction, maneuverability, and control. The cordless drill is powered by a 24-volt lithium-ion battery pack, gives you 18 adjusting positions for torque, and features Flexible Power Technology for maximum power performance. Two greenworks 24v batteries combine to output 48 volts of power on this battery platform, which effectively promotes battery swaps among items such as a drill and a lawn mower. The electrical signal of the greenworks 24v lithium-ion platform can be anchored over 100 indoor and outdoor items, such as lawn mowers, blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools, and more. Two greenworks 24v batteries combine to output 48 volts of power on this battery platform, which effectively promotes battery swaps among items such as a drill and a lawn mower. The electrical signal of the greenworks 24v lithium-ion platform can be anchored over 100 indoor and outdoor items, such as lawn mowers, blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools, and more.
Top Customer Reviews for Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L4211-D
C. Hudson rated Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L4211-D 5 out of 5 stars on June 29, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
What a mower! Will never go back to gas! Update # 2, battery issue was me not reading instructions
***UPDATE*** back to 5 stars, the battery issue I had was me not reading the manual. Sorry!!Just got this today, and if things change I will update. This mower was amazing, better than I anticipated. I have always used gas mowers and I was a bit anxious about going electric. I get home today, saw this on my porch and opened the box, put the batteries on charge for a short time then mowed, pics included. It mowed much more beautifully than my gas toro. I used the bag and really thought I would have to empty it several times, it seems small, but I emptied once after switching sides. Low noise, self propelled. The wheels grab too, I skidded the grass a bit when I didn’t let go of the propel trigger. Also the speed setting for the self propelled is pretty awesome!Pros:-No gas/oil Needed-Low Noise-Variable speed self propel-Packs the bag attachment like a hoover vacuum-Cordless and quick charging batteries-Cuts super evenCons:- Self propel takes a couple seconds to get up to speed, would prefer more instant, but not a huge issue and would not affect my willingness to buy.Overall, if this keeps up as well as my gas mower, I will NEVER switch back. Just push out, and mow, no worries.Show more +
Michael Coffin rated Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L4211-D 3 out of 5 stars on July 11, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
Cuts Grass/Poor Vacuum
I waited until I’ve used this at least 3 times to review it, I would summarize it as “Meh”!It DOES cut grass, and it is self-propelled – that’s the good news. The bad news is it really doesn’t create enough of a vacuum to suck up anything other than the grass clippings as they are cut. So for example, if you have a lot of leaves on your lawn when you mow the lawn 90% of them will NOT get sucked into the bag! There IS a “Turbo” button that increases the motor speed and suction – BUT it drains the battery quickly so you have to use it sparingly.One other nuisance is the self propel drive mechanism – it does not disengage the rear wheels immediately when you release the drive control, it takes several seconds (during which time the rear wheels are locked and will not turn backwards). This becomes really noticeable if you are mowing an area that requires you to go forward/backwards repeatedly (like a small narrow section of lawn). You engage the forward drive to make a pass, release the control and immediately pull the mower back for the next pass – but the rear wheels lock and sort of “dig in” to the lawn if you drag it backwards. If you wait a few seconds the drive eventually disengages and the rear wheels turn freely.Overall, it’ll get the job done for my fairly small lawn area – but I’m unimpressed with its performance and capabilities.Show more +