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Just super pleased with the Kobalt 80v cordless I just got on a Lowes sale. I will never even think about buying a gas mower again. So light there's no need for self-propelled like I had before.
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Ctrl-Z wrote: Just super pleased with the Kobalt 80v cordless I just got on a Lowes sale. I will never even think about buying a gas mower again. So light there's no need for self-propelled like I had before.
80 volt? Ive only seen 40v and 56v
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Jerico wrote: 80 volt? Ive only seen 40v and 56v
https://www.lowes.ca/lawn-mowers/kobalt ... 53902.html

I also have the 80v Kobalt chainsaw. I should note that the lawnmower is actually considerably more powerful than my old 4.5HP gas mower. I was able to mow a patch of 2 foot grass with lots of 3 foot Canada thistle (farmyard eh) with no hint of stalling. Obviously I had to go over several times.
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Ctrl-Z wrote: https://www.lowes.ca/lawn-mowers/kobalt ... 53902.html

I also have the 80v Kobalt chainsaw. I should note that the lawnmower is actually considerably more powerful than my old 4.5HP gas mower. I was able to mow a patch of 2 foot grass with lots of 3 foot Canada thistle (farmyard eh) with no hint of stalling. Obviously I had to go over several times.
Interesting... 80 volt 2 amp hour batteries. I wonder how actual run time/power compares to my Ryobi 40v with 5 amp hour batteries.

Also steel deck is cool.

Edit: Was wondering who made it and saw it's Greenworks Tools replying to the Lowe's's questions. I saw their stuff at Cdn Tire and was impressed.

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