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Lowe's: Kobalt 60V 21" Cordless Electric Mower - $349.99

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[Lowe's] Lowe's: Kobalt 60V 21" Cordless Electric Mower - $349.99

Lowe's has the Kobalt 21" 60V cordless electric lawnmower on sale for $349.99 ($200 off). Seems to be a decent deal.

https://www.lowes.ca/lawn-mowers/kobalt ... 90909.html
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Good deal, sign up the email get additional $10 off.
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I am also interested on this but people say GAS one and Honda motor is better. I have been looking for better deal. I may pull the trigger for this one. Thanks OP
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Is this a good buy? Anyone have experience with this model?
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I have used this mower all summer. I am completely satisfied with its performance. I do have a small yard that takes about 20 minutes to cut grass. I fully charge the battery the morning of the cut. When I finish it is still 1/2 charged. I store the battery with 1/2 a charge because that is the best way to prolong the life of the battery. I rotate the batteries and repeat the next week. I am not sure how effective this mower is for larger yards. YMMV
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Thanks OP. My gas mower shit the bed recently. Gonna give this a try. Hopefully get a good 5 or 6 years out of the batteries.

Also keep in mind right now on the website you save an extra $25 if you spend $340 or more. This mower just hit that sweet spot!
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Just remember to take the batteries in at the end of the season (DON'T let them sit in the garage all winter) or they won't last nearly as long.
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I can't seem to find any reviews of the 60V version, all the evaluations I've read are of the 80V version.

Not that more volts = better, it would seem that the highly-rated EGO is 56V. But I would like to see some evaluations of this specific model before pulling the trigger.

I'm particularly interested in a mower that's good at mulching: Consumer Reports only rates the 80V Kobalt model as "good" I don't want the hassle of bagging up all that crap and it's meant to be better for your lawn anyway to let it just fall in. Plus a good mulching mower can apparently chew up leaves as well instead of bagging those. The Kobalt corded mower mulches well according to Consumer Reports, with a "very good" rating for that category, but...has a chord.

If only I could afford an Ego.
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xtreme883 wrote: Where is that promo?
Promo didn't show up until I added to cart. Then when you checkout its in the promo code box. I still have to click "apply"
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MooseOnLoose wrote: I can't seem to find any reviews of the 60V version, all the evaluations I've read are of the 80V version.

Not that more volts = better, it would seem that the highly-rated EGO is 56V. But I would like to see some evaluations of this specific model before pulling the trigger.

I'm particularly interested in a mower that's good at mulching: Consumer Reports only rates the 80V Kobalt model as "good" I don't want the hassle of bagging up all that crap and it's meant to be better for your lawn anyway to let it just fall in. Plus a good mulching mower can apparently chew up leaves as well instead of bagging those. The Kobalt corded mower mulches well according to Consumer Reports, with a "very good" rating for that category, but...has a chord.

If only I could afford an Ego.
There are a few reviews on the Lowe's site but not many. I'll give it a try for a few weeks and if I don't like it return it.

Maybe another good thing is the 5 year warranty attached it it.
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Anyone know if this unit can be stood vertically when not in use?
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I have been using the 21 inch Kobalt 80 volts this summer. Bought for $425 on sale.
I have small lot and only use a third of one battery. The 60 volts was all I likely needed but it wasn't on sale. Nice to finally get rid of that cord.
Now if only they would come out with an 80V snow blower so I could use the batteries in the winter.
The Duke :rolleyes:
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FWIW I have a 21 inch 40-volt Kobalt and LOVE it. I used a Honda gas mower for 15 years prior and I dont miss it at all.
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Yep will never use anything other than a batt driven mower. No noise, cords, gas, smell, winter maintenance. Just Plug and Play LOL.
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Batteries are warranted only for 3 years . So if the battery will last you 3 years and after that if you have to buy it , it will cost $350.00 just for the batteries. I am skeptical now to buy this thing. So if the battery fails after 3 years. Lawn mowing costing
350/3=117 a year, Don't know if it is worth it.
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rupendra76 wrote: Batteries are warranted only for 3 years . So if the battery will last you 3 years and after that if you have to buy it , it will cost $350.00 just for the batteries. I am skeptical now to buy this thing. So if the battery fails after 3 years. Lawn mowing costing
350/3=117 a year, Don't know if it is worth it.
Relax, they'll last more than 3 years. Don't keep them in the garage because heat destroys batteries. In the winter keep them indoors with a little less than full charge. These batteries are multi-cell so when they have failures you'll lose a cell and see diminished power and run time before a complete battery failure.

I'm on my second year with the Kobalt 80V, love it and my neighbours are always checking it out and asking me how I like it.
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This is on sale at lowes again, and tax free with SALE code...

I wonder if the Kobalt 60V battery is interchangeable with Snapper 60V battery. Seems like same manufacturer and Snapper 60V battery is on sale in US Walmart....

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