Greenworks 12 Amp 18″ Corded Electric Lawn Mower is a convenient, lightweight, and easy-to-use lawn mower. It has a powerful 12 amp motor that can easily cut through tough grass. The lawn mower is also equipped with a durable steel blade that can quickly and smoothly cut through the grass. Additionally, the lawn mower has an adjustable height setting that allows the customer to choose the desired cutting height. Lastly, the lawn mower comes with an ergonomic handle that provides a comfortable grip for the user.
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Key Information Of Sunrise Global Marketing, 25012
|Product Weight||46 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||Sunrise Global Marketing, LLC|
|Product Country of Origin||China|
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When you’re looking for a mowing tool, our 4-year warranty gives you a sense of security. You’re seeking something that will get the job done and get you back to enjoying your weekend. That’s why we back every lawn tool with a four-year warranty – we know our products will provide the highest level of performance and always be dependable. GreenWorks’s products are made to last a long time. We back each GreenWorks product with a warranty that is twice the industry standard. We will provide you with all the power you may need without polluting the wind or forcing you to lug your gas can to your nearest service station (particularly during a lawn mowing). No more tune-ups or maintenance. No more emissions. Forty-four million Americans mow their lawns on yearly basis, as reported by the epa, utilizing 800 million litres of gas. Throughout their grass mowing, the homeowner spills over a thousand million gallons of gas during the process of refueling. That is comparable to the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster. It’s time to cease using gas-powered lawn mowers. Forty-four million Americans mow their lawns on yearly basis, as reported by the epa, utilizing 800 million litres of gas. Throughout their grass mowing, the homeowner spills over a thousand million gallons of gas during the process of refueling. That is comparable to the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster. It’s time to cease using gas-powered lawn mowers.
Top Customer Reviews for Sunrise Global Marketing, 25012
pdot rated Sunrise Global Marketing, 25012 5 out of 5 stars on May 2, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
Works Great, But Needs 2 Improvements
I’m so glad I got an electric lawnmower over the gas one. Using it without earplugs is the same as using a gas one with earplugs and there’s no gas smell. There are 2 things that can work better however. 1. The height gauge is off. Either that or the mechanism won’t allow mine to go to the full height. The photo I attached is the highest it can go. When it’s down to the lowest setting, it’s slightly past 1. A part that’s a little scary is that when I force it to go to the max height, the push button to lower it gets slightly stuck, so I have to move the bar slightly up and down before I can push the button. Tip: Set it slightly below max height if you need to go high.2. The plastic part of the bag doesn’t always sit up. You can see from the photo that it doesn’t catch onto the bar because of the handle. So, when you put the bag on and that plastic piece is slightly down, the lawnmower will blow many clippings onto your pants. I thought about cutting two slits so that the plastic will hold onto the metal bar and wrap around the handle, but I’m worried about it making things worse. Even when it was set properly, there’s still some debris blown onto you, so you’ll have to wash those pants anyway, but now you know why.Last tip is to not store your batteries in the lawn mower especially if you store the mower outside. At the least, push the little mechanism that pushes them up and out of the locked in mode, if you’re not willing to take them out completely.Show more +
Alexander S. Newberry rated Sunrise Global Marketing, 25012 1 out of 5 stars on November 17, 2018 and this is exact feedback provided:
Stopped working after 20 minutes
UPDATE: I called the company and Greenworks is blaming the problem on my extension cord. That is NOT the problem. The 3rd photo is my Greenworks brand new mower at the curb for garbage pick-up.ORIGINAL POST: Twenty minutes out of the box and this mower stopped working. I kid you not. I thought it overheated, but here the next day, it still doesn’t turn on. The blade is not jammed. Rotates freely. Not a problem with the extension cord. Now what? Throw it away? Ship it back to the manufacturer? Darn, I already recycled the box. I wish I had not bought this. At least with a gas engine there’s some hope of fixing it. But with electric? It either works or not. And right now, the mower is not working. The pics show the lawn where it stopped. This is not tough grass; just a typical Florida lawn. Very disappointed that I have not heard back from company after two business days.Show more +