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[Costco] Costco.ca: GreenWorks 80V 3-in-1 Mower & 16 in. Trimmer Combo - $599 ($100 off)

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[Costco] Costco.ca: GreenWorks 80V 3-in-1 Mower & 16 in. Trimmer Combo - $599 ($100 off)

GreenWorks Pro 21 in. 80V 3-in-1 Push Mower & 16 in. 80V String Grass Trimmer Combo

The Greenworks Pro 80V 53.3 cm (21 in.) 3-in-1 push mower with 40.6 cm (16 in.) grass trimmer is designed to complete all lawn care maintenance by cutting your grass and trimming all excess efficiently without the use of cords or the mess of gas. Each powered by an 80V lithium-ion 2Ah battery that charges in only 30 minutes.

Mower Features:
Powered by 80V 2Ah lithium-ion battery (included)
DigiPro™ digital controlled brushless motor for 30% more torque and 70% less vibration
Instant push button start
53.3 cm (21 in.) steel deck with 3-in-1 design: Mulch, side discharge or rear bag capability
Smart Cut™ technology that improves performance and extends run-time
Brushless motor that provides a 175 cc gas engine equivalent performance
7-position single lever height adjustment for range of 3.5 cm (1-3/8 in.) to 9.5 cm (3-3/4 in.) cut
20.3 cm (8 in.) front wheels and 24.5 cm (10 in.) rear wheels
Handle folds down easily for transportation and storage

Grass Trimmer Features:
Powered by 80V 2Ah lithium-ion battery (included)
DigiPro™ digital controlled brushless motor for 30% more torque and 70 % less vibration
Simple electric start
Front mounted motor design for the best ergonomics
Up to 45 minute of run time with a fully charged 2Ah battery (included)
35.5 cm to 40.6 cm (14 in. to 16 in.) cut diameter dual line bump feed
Brushless motor that provides a 25cc gas engine equivalent performance
Light weight
Line diameter: 0.2 cm (0.08 in.)
Battery capable and interchangeable with all other Greenworks 80V lawn tools

Includes:
2 x 2Ah Lithium-ion batteries
1 x Rapid charger

Mower specifications:
Dimensions (L x W x H): 156 cm x 54.6 cm x 104 cm (61.5 in. x 21.5 in. x 41 in.)
Weight: 28.5.4 kg (63 lb.)
Grass trimmer specification:
Dimensions (L x W x H): 175 cm x 25 cm x 30 cm (69 in. x 10 in. x 12 in.)
Weight: 4.7 kg (10.3 lb.)

Model: CK80L410
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Jan 26, 2013
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highly recommend this, I got this set last summer, works great! battery charges fast and lasts! the trimmer is a little on the heavier side but very powerful. All the best.
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Is this available cheaper in the warehouse?

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ehchinar wrote: highly recommend this, I got this set last summer, works great! battery charges fast and lasts! the trimmer is a little on the heavier side but very powerful. All the best.
What's mower runtime like? It takes me about 1.5 hours to cut my grass with my 160hp gas mower.
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Oct 11, 2019
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These batteries can't be 2AH like it specifies right? They would have to be bigger or they would last only a few minutes.
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errational wrote: Is this available cheaper in the warehouse?

Also:


What's mower runtime like? It takes me about 1.5 hours to cut my grass with my 160hp gas mower.
My understanding is that runtime on the mower is 30 minutes with a 2Ah battery, which is the same amount of time it takes to charge the battery, allowing for continuous operation with 2x2Ah batteries.

Also, the 5Ah 80v battery available on the Costco.ca site is about $20 cheaper than available most elsewhere...
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Aug 28, 2013
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Richmond Hill
Hows this company? I'd like to buy so I can cut grass in the summer
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Jun 11, 2018
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SK
Bought this set 2 seasons ago and would highly recommend. Also ended up buying the GreenWorks 80v leaf blower last season, which also works great, the battery doesnt go as far with the leaf blower compared to the mower. Battery charges extremely fast and I have never not been able to mow my lawn, between the 2 batteries, usually i can do it with one battery. But hey, I am in Southern SK so our grass might not grow as fast as the wetter parts of the country.
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May 3, 2010
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Toronto
I have this mower and also their 80V leaf blower. I'm able to cut my grass and use my blower off one 2Ah battery with some juice left to spare. I have about 1500-2000 sqft of grass to cut. I came from a gas mower and do not regret moving to electric. My only caveat is that if you're cutting very long grass (ie. cutting 3-4 inches of grass), it might get tough and you'd have to go slowly to get through it.
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Lavinroth wrote: These batteries can't be 2AH like it specifies right? They would have to be bigger or they would last only a few minutes.
The 2Ah battery lasts maybe 30 minutes for me on their 20" 80v snow thrower. I got a 5Ah one afterwards.
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Jun 9, 2019
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This or Ryobi if I already have Ryobi tools?
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Feb 14, 2006
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Hammonds Plains
errational wrote: Is this available cheaper in the warehouse?

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What's mower runtime like? It takes me about 1.5 hours to cut my grass with my 160hp gas mower.
Keep using fuel IMO.

For that size yard you should have about 750Wh of battery power minimum. That's 2x 80V5Ah cells. Price them up.. you have about 320Wh with this package, which also run the trimmer, and you'll need about 450 to 500Wh to finish the mow not including using the trimmer. We are not even considering the capacity loses on a cell used like this either- high draw once a week then charged and stored, temperature swings, storage, etc.. Unless you like your mower slowing down 3 times a mow and stopping requiring you return to the garage to swap batteries I'd stick with the fuel method you already have.
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Ryobi doesn’t have a 80v line, so depends if you need the extra oomph.
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Apr 28, 2007
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Regina
errational wrote: Is this available cheaper in the warehouse?

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What's mower runtime like? It takes me about 1.5 hours to cut my grass with my 160hp gas mower.
Did you mean 160cc? 160hp seems like a lot for a lawn mower... My grand prix didn't have much more than that....
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I have the Kobalt-branded version of this mower and it cuts very well. Battery lasts 30 minutes as others say and charges in about the same time. That means that you are pretty much cutting continuously. Like another poster, I have the leaf blower - on full blast it only lasts 20 minutes but its power is very good for an electric blower.

A very respectable outdoor tool ecosystem.
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warrenz wrote: Did you mean 160cc? 160hp seems like a lot for a lawn mower... My grand prix didn't have much more than that....
His mower is the GT version.
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Mar 28, 2008
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Lavinroth wrote: These batteries can't be 2AH like it specifies right? They would have to be bigger or they would last only a few minutes.
80V 2AH is 4 times larger than 20V 2AH
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Dec 12, 2003
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Toronto
I keep my gas lawn mowers for a long time (10+ years). I'm not familiar with GreenWorks - will compatible batteries be available in 10 years?

Also product description lists that it may be available in store. Anyone know the price?
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Mar 8, 2008
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gatineau
i got the chainsaw last year, and decided this year i'm going to replace my old gas lawnmower and corded string trimmer with greenworks 80v this year.

IIRC, this bundle also goes on sale at Costco around the end of season. I assume this is the only sale we'll see leading up to spring/summer. Any thoughts on that?
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CaptSmethwick wrote: I have the Kobalt-branded version of this mower and it cuts very well. Battery lasts 30 minutes as others say and charges in about the same time. That means that you are pretty much cutting continuously. Like another poster, I have the leaf blower - on full blast it only lasts 20 minutes but its power is very good for an electric blower.

A very respectable outdoor tool ecosystem.
In case anybody was wondering about how long these batteries last I bought my Kobalt (made by Greenworks) in 2016. The 80V batteries are still going strong considering I also use them in their snowblower each winter as well. Managed to clear last week's storm within one battery cycle.
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Jul 4, 2007
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Pickering, Ontario
Hi all

Some have mentioned that this is a great product but is this a good price for this combo? Also is there a snow blower that would work with these batteries?

Thanks in advance.

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