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I received my 21" sp mower today. Have yet to open the box but from what I've seen from a couple reviews is that the mower has the ability to turn the wheels even after the battery is depleted.
This means that the blade does not have access to the full capacity of whatever battery that's inside the mower. This is going to cut down on actual run time even if I don't choose to use the self-propelled option in my opinion.
I'm going to be using 4.0ah batteries with the unit and am wondering if it's even worth it to go that route. With the 1st gen mower, I use maybe 1.5 charges of the 4.0ah battery to complete my yard( I own 2 4ah batteries).
My question is if it's even worth it to keep the mower if I'm going to be using 4ah batteries and don't want charge them like 2 times each to finish the same yard I used 1.5 for on the previous version of the mower.
It's not like I couldn't just open it and cut with it and return it. I'm just wondering. Also, the weather right now doesn't lend itself to cutting grass. But hey, I have 90 days.