The Greenworks 2 x 24V (48V) 21" brushless cordless self-propelled lawn mower is a great choice for those looking for a durable and reliable lawn mower. This model is powered by two 24V (48V) batteries, which provides plenty of power and allows for longer run times. The brushless motor helps to extend the life of the mower and makes it more efficient. The 21" deck makes quick work of large areas and the self-propelled feature ensures easy operation. Additionally, the included dual port rapid charger allows you to charge both batteries at once, which saves time.
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|Product Dimensions||61.97 x 21.65 x 41.42 inches|
|Product Weight||84 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||Sunrise Global Marketing, LLC|
All there is to know about Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L520
The Yardworks greenworks 48v cordless, self-propelled lawnmower comes with (2) 24v batteries that are paired, generating 48v of power and allowing for 45 minutes of use time. The lawn mower can climb smooth inclines and comes with a wheel with seven different height positions, and the included led light offers you good visibility; it adapts to you and your yard-care needs. A heavy-duty, 4-in-1 rear bag, mulch, and discharge system, with side discharge, turbo button, and brushless motor for generating maximum power, is provided with the versatile 4-in-1 mowing system. The blower generates less vibration, noise, and fumes, resulting in a longer running time for the motor and giving you unparalleled efficacy. With over 100 equipment items, the greenworks 24v platform powers lawn mowers, leaf blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools, and more! The 24v lithium-ion battery provides 25 percent more power than previous lithium-ion batteries and lasts 35 percent longer before requiring recharging. With over 100 equipment items, the greenworks 24v platform powers lawn mowers, leaf blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools, and more! The 24v lithium-ion battery provides 25 percent more power than previous lithium-ion batteries and lasts 35 percent longer before requiring recharging.
Top Customer Reviews for Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L520
SomeGuy2.0 rated Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L520 5 out of 5 stars on April 29, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Works very well
This is my first lawnmower I have purchased for myself, to go along with the first house I have ever purchased. Of course, I have used plenty of gas powered mowers in the past, so I'm well familiar with how they operate. This Greenworks mower is just as good, except it's much quieter, much easier to start, (no starting cord to yank on) and MUCH easier to maintain. No gas, no oil, no spark plugs to worry about. It easily handles grass and weeds. I live in the Northwest, in Washington State, and it rains here a lot. Which means, if you wait for the grass to be totally dry, often times it's grown pretty tall, especially in the Spring. This mower cut it right down, no problem. In my side yard, the grass had gotten really tall, and there were tons of weeds and dandelions. This mower ate them right up, didn't bog down once. Although I did have to empty the bag more frequently, of course. Also, it's super easy to adjust the height; just move one control and it goes up or down as you wish.The one and only thing that takes some getting used to is keeping track of the extension cord. It loves to get tangled up and catch on things. It's kind of a trade-off. I don't have to keep the gas and oil full, but I do have to roll up a 75 foot cord when I'm done. I'm careful to watch and make sure that cord doesn't get under the mower.Overall, there are far more pluses than drawbacks; I'm very happy with this mower, and I would buy it again.Show more +
Cousin Eddie rated Sunrise Global Marketing, MO48L520 1 out of 5 stars on May 28, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Has much PROs and much CONS and is now broken (1 year later)
Update: Didn’t even last one year. Plastic too completely broke off on its own. Cheaply made plastic and could not fix. What a joke. Never again Greenworks.I was really excited to get this lawnmower because it was going to replace an 8 year old Black and Decker electric mower that I had neglected over the years. I never took care of it, never sharpened the blade, never cleaned it . When I initially purchased it, I thought "if it gave me a of couple years, it would still save me money" . (Gardeners are really expensive where I live.) Anyways, that Black and Decker never let me down but I've noticed the blade hasn't been spinning as fast so I thought it was time to upgrade.Now to this Greenworks. First of all, it definitely has power. A LOT of power. I did go all out and buy a 12 gauge electric cord as required and man does this thing cut. Between the amount of power and the width of the blade, my mowing time was cut in half! Assembly was very easy and I didn't really have to read the manual to figure out how to get this operational in a few minutes.And here is where the CONs come in… I feel that parts of this unit is cheaply made. To be honest, I'm not sure I'll be getting 8 years out of this Greenworks mower. The reason I say this is because some of the plastics used appear to be very cheap. The starter button assembly and the metal line that runs to the hand gripe just looks cheap. Additionally, after I had this thing assembled, I noticed the entire handle bar assembly was very weak and wobbly. To be specific, the adjustable latch (see picture) is supposed to hold the top handle bar tight to the lower bar assembly, yet allows you to fold the top bar down for storage. It was so flimsy that pushing it only a few feet fell like it was going to fall apart. I ended up reversing the nut to get a tighter fit (see second picture) AND I had to use a bunch of zip ties to reinforce the handle bar for stability. This means I won't be able to fold the handle bars going forward.So is the trade off for power worth the rather weak handle assembly? Not sure yet to be honest. I think if you can live without folding the handlebars and strengthening the assembly like I did, it would be. But if you need to fold and store this unit, I can see it breaking in time.Show more +