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Greenworks 10 A 16-in Electric Lawn Mower for $169.99

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[Canadian Tire] Greenworks 10 A 16-in Electric Lawn Mower for $169.99

I don't know if this is the right place to post this. It's not exactly on sale. It was on sale 3-4 weeks ago.
It's currently valued at $219.99 but Canadian Tire will match the previous sale price and give it for $169.99.

Just bought one yesterday and thought someone might find it useful.

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can someone confirm if CT stores will actually match the price from a previous sale?
I die every Monday at 7am and reborn Friday at 4pm
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16" might as well crawl around and cut it with scissors
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AnonymousJay wrote: I don't know if this is the right place to post this. It's not exactly on sale. It was on sale 3-4 weeks ago.
It's currently valued at $219.99 but Canadian Tire will match the previous sale price and give it for $169.99.

Just bought one yesterday and thought someone might find it useful.

Relatively new to RFD and don't know how to contact a MOD for approval :o . Please remove it if the post violates RFD rules.
Bought this a few weeks ago at that price with that Father's Day, $25 back coupon. It runs well, and it folds up nicely. Works well for my small yard.
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I bought a Greenworks battery-powered lawn mower a couple of years ago. Even with regular charging and indoor storage, the batteries last just over a year. My second one just died and I just bought a manual reel mower instead. I have a perfectly good mower with a couple of dead batteries if anybody wants them.
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Which manual mower did you buy and does it work well? I am thinking of retiring my gas mower.
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bubbermiley wrote: I bought a Greenworks battery-powered lawn mower a couple of years ago. Even with regular charging and indoor storage, the batteries last just over a year. My second one just died and I just bought a manual reel mower instead. I have a perfectly good mower with a couple of dead batteries if anybody wants them.
+1.
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bubbermiley wrote: I bought a Greenworks battery-powered lawn mower a couple of years ago. Even with regular charging and indoor storage, the batteries last just over a year. My second one just died and I just bought a manual reel mower instead. I have a perfectly good mower with a couple of dead batteries if anybody wants them.
The one the OP is referring to is not battery powered. It's electric.
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Rocketo wrote: can someone confirm if CT stores will actually match the price from a previous sale?
Upto each store. Previous week's sale price was matched in Whitby but denied in Ajax a few months ago.
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bubbermiley wrote: I bought a Greenworks battery-powered lawn mower a couple of years ago. Even with regular charging and indoor storage, the batteries last just over a year. My second one just died and I just bought a manual reel mower instead. I have a perfectly good mower with a couple of dead batteries if anybody wants them.
Really unusual - they usually last for 3 years+ if cared for properly. The one thing I do remember reading about Greenworks is that parts can be difficult to source for some reason.
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bubbermiley wrote: I bought a Greenworks battery-powered lawn mower a couple of years ago. Even with regular charging and indoor storage, the batteries last just over a year. My second one just died and I just bought a manual reel mower instead. I have a perfectly good mower with a couple of dead batteries if anybody wants them.
umlowcn wrote: +1.
Same here. +1

I got a higher end GreekWorks (2 bats and around $489.99 + HST, on "sale"), but it only worked properly for a season or two, regardless of the fact that I stored my batteries indoors, so that the extreme heat/cold wouldn't damage the batteries. What bothers me is that it's a memory effect issue, which is amateur hour. Yesterday, I tried charging the batteries and neither would charge (green light showed bats as full). After 2min, the mower stopped and the other bat lasted 3min. Then I brought in a battery and it began to charge for a couple of hours...was able to finish the FRONT yard. For the money I spent, I could have probably had someone else mow it for the life of the GreenWorks cordless mower. I'm sensitive to smoke/emissions, or I'd buy a commercial one that takes you around like on a Segway (stand-on tractor), like the one that the landscaping company my neighbour hired uses.

Now my options are corded, or reel mower. Thanks for nothing, GreenWorks.
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