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[eBay.ca] WORX 56V 19" Cordless Lawnmower

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[eBay.ca] WORX 56V 19" Cordless Lawnmower

I bought this mower previously and it's great/has good review. You get the mower/standard accessories, 2x 56V batteries and the charger. The regular price is $569.99.

eBay $274.99 - $55 + Free Shipping: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/WORX-WG772-56V- ... SwA4VcbWA3 USE COUPON CODE "PATIO20" AT CHECKOUT for 20% ($55) OFF
Worx.com $274.99: https://www.worx.com/en_CA/56v-cordless ... wg772.html

EDIT: Added the eBay.ca coupon PATIO20 for 20% off
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I think you forgot the coupon on eBay...PATIO20 takes it down to $255 all-in.
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Any idea if this stacks with the 20% off coupon posted elsewhere here?
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/ebay-ca ... 0-2282514/
Good pricing on trimmers and lawnmowers with 20% coupon code Patio20. The coupon is seller specific
On edit: the post above happened while I was searching and composing. Somebody beat me to it.

Another thread posts a $3 USD off purchases over $3.01 Coupon code: PERKS4ME
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/ebay-3- ... v-2281672/
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Nov 22, 2014
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i bought it last year on ebay. it's a great mower. Battery life is slightly short but overall i am very satisfied
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283 reviews on the WORX website that says the product is discontinued. https://www.worx.com/56v-cordless-lawn-mower-wg772.html

And this page was not impressed: https://www.lawnmowerlane.com/worx-cordless-mower/
The Bad and the Ugly

What really concerned me about this Worx mower were the consistent reports about poor customer service when it comes time to contact them if you run into mechanical issues. It seems that most of their customer care representatives have very little mechanical knowledge and run out of ideas very quickly. That might not be a problem if the mower didn’t have so many complaints about mechanical problems. By many reports this is a mower that does have quite a few mechanical problems and the replacement batteries offered by Worx are quite expensive, at around $200. When you consider the fact that the lawnmower batteries are only designed to last for a maximum of two years, this reasonably-priced mower quickly becomes a lot more expensive. It’s a hidden cost that many might not think about, but it’s something that can really surprise you down the road.
Doesn’t Make It over the Finish Line

The WORX WG772 56V Lithium-Ion 3-in-1 Cordless Mower was a mower that I really wanted to like, but when I found out about the poor customer service and the limited battery life, all of the great features that this lawnmower has seemed less important. I do like the idea of the IntelliCut system and the quick washout port, but that wasn’t enough to change my mind. As far as I’m concerned this one isn’t really worth the risk.
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Jan 3, 2007
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This is even better price than what I got from last year's deal

I got it with ebay's 15%, so it's like $250 ish, I got it end of season last year, so I haven't even opened it yet.
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Jan 1, 2009
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Tonerbox wrote: This is even better price than what I got from last year's deal

I got it with ebay's 15%, so it's like $250 ish, I got it end of season last year, so I haven't even opened it yet.
Yes, this deal is better than last year
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Mar 20, 2019
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Reviews show an issue with the battery life on these mowers. I would be weary buying this
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I own the Worx 56v string trimmer and love it. The battery lasts long enough so I'm sick of the job and want to stop anyways.

I'd buy this mower but I want a self propelled
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What is the Ah of the two batteries it comes with? Considering there are two batteries, you'd expect it to be powerful AND last long. The comments seen to indicate otherwise. So either the Ah of the batteries are very low, they are using bad quality batteries, or it's just very poorly made.

Noticed in the owner's manual they say it's designed in Italy... But made in China. Rather contradictory, and not exactly gives you the sense of quality.
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Jun 2, 2018
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Britex wrote: What is the Ah of the two batteries it comes with? Considering there are two batteries, you'd expect it to be powerful AND last long. The comments seen to indicate otherwise. So either the Ah of the batteries are very low, they are using bad quality batteries, or it's just very poorly made.

Noticed in the owner's manual they say it's designed in Italy... But made in China. Rather contradictory, and not exactly gives you the sense of quality.
2.5Ah each
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Dec 14, 2006
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The blower is SO weak. I bought the combo a while back and am really disappointed in it... It makes me want to buy an 80v blower.
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Mar 7, 2011
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Got this and have used it twice now. One day in the front and the other in the back with pretty thick grass. Lot is 60 by 180 and still had plenty of battery left and it mulched the grass no problem at all. For 220 bucks its a no brainer.
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darrencooper wrote: Got this and have used it twice now. One day in the front and the other in the back with pretty thick grass. Lot is 60 by 180 and still had plenty of battery left and it mulched the grass no problem at all. For 220 bucks its a no brainer.
It's the potential $200 every 2 years for a battery that I'm worried about. That said, I don't have much grass area, so 2 years for others might stretch to 4-5 years for me.

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