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[WORX] WORX 56V cordless mower $299 (reg $569)

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Mar 21, 2006
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Mississauga

WORX 56V cordless mower $299 (reg $569)

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Price:
$299
Savings:
45% off
Retailer:
WORX
Found this on-line - 3-in-one cordless mower

https://www.worx.com/en_CA/56v-cordless ... wg772.html

56V, 2 batteries, charger
delivered in 5 days
good reviews

no free delivery, but reasonable rate

I am very happy with this mower
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Member
Dec 20, 2014
326 posts
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Thornhill, ON
From the reviews it seems like this model is discounted... Is it true? What about the warranty?

Thanks.
Deal Guru
Aug 26, 2002
12022 posts
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Toronto, ON
Any opportunities to PM at Home Depot and get 10% off additional?
Jr. Member
Jan 8, 2018
128 posts
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Very nice deal. Batteries are only 2.5A but should be fine for most people as I get by with a less powerful machine than this
Deal Fanatic
Jul 20, 2006
8339 posts
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Truff01 wrote:
Sep 26th, 2018 12:47 pm
From the reviews it seems like this model is discounted... Is it true? What about the warranty?

Thanks.
It's a 3 year warranty.
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Mar 17, 2006
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North York
rvs007 wrote:
Sep 26th, 2018 12:55 pm
Any opportunities to PM at Home Depot and get 10% off additional?
HD doesn't carry it
Rona does. But it'll only MATCH the price of a BRICK&MORTAR store within 25km
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Nov 12, 2015
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How much a battery cost?
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Newbie
Dec 21, 2016
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I bought this model 4 years ago from rona for 300 and is still going strong.

Property is about 110 x 60 in an urban area (flat). I mow every weekend on the shortest length so grass (and weeds) are relatively short. I can mow about 3/4 of the property without needing a recharge on the normal setting. If the grass is wet and long I can mow only half. Turbo setting is not really necessary in most cases as the machine will rev up nicely when it detects it needs more power. Thicker healthy grass definitely requires turbo however.

The biggest downside to this mower is charge time of batteries. Typically 90 minutes for each; the machine only comes with one charger so 3 hours for full charge. Batteries are also small 2.5 or 2.0 amp and are expensive at around 150 or up. I have the corresponding trimmer, and blower with the interchangeable batteries so I don't really run into issues with charging.

If you can live with the charge times this is a great deal. Otherwise look elsewhere.

Edit: I did not know that the machine can run on 1 battery so I retracted the comment. Sorry for the incorrect information.
Last edited by Adamski on Sep 27th, 2018 5:41 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Feb 6, 2017
1111 posts
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The batteries shouldn't need to be replaced if you take good care of it right? i.e. not leaving it in extreme cold or heat, so always bringing it indoors after use.
Newbie
Dec 21, 2016
85 posts
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HN12345 wrote:
Sep 26th, 2018 3:23 pm
The batteries shouldn't need to be replaced if you take good care of it right? i.e. not leaving it in extreme cold or heat, so always bringing it indoors after use.
What I've been doing for with this battery - half-charged, stored indoors during the winter. I also, unplug the charger once full. I haven't noticed a tremendous decrease in capacity or capability in the 4 years of ownership.
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Nov 28, 2011
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RICHMOND HILL
HN12345 wrote:
Sep 26th, 2018 3:23 pm
The batteries shouldn't need to be replaced if you take good care of it right? i.e. not leaving it in extreme cold or heat, so always bringing it indoors after use.
Short answer: No. You Will need to replace the battery eventually & if they are still available at that future date.
There is no such thing as a forever battery.
All batteries have a life cycle even when taken good care of.
Hence my avoidance of this cordless trend for lawn machines.
I don't relish the idea of having to spend $3-600 on a new machine every 5-6 years because my battery platform is no longer available -- a common scenario that we've all experienced with these cordless tools.
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Feb 19, 2008
1563 posts
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Man i want this, but still have a capable and running gas machine (The Sears craftsman ~$150 special found here a few years ago). Somebody talk me out of it...

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