Larger mower design

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I am interested in a larger capacity mower. Something in the 30-32" range. Am I the only 1 interested in getting the yard done faster? I own many ego products but not the mower(yet). Give me a hint you are working on this. 
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You surely are not the only one. 30-32" might be a bit big for me, but I would definitively go for a 26-28". I hope the new 2 batteries platform opens the possibility for this. 
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BEEN WAITING FOR THIS! WOULD LOVE TO SEE A 26-30 IN MODEL. POSSIBLY UTILIZING A SET OF MICRO BLADES VS ONE FULL SIZE BLADE IF THAT'S WHAT'S STALLING THE DESIGN
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Check out the toro timemaster, I wish ego would make that in electric. 
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It seems like a 26"-30" mower would really put a dent in the gas push mower market.  I wish they would come out with one.  I own a 30" toro timemaster and would like to go electric, but going down from 30" to 21" feels like I am going backwards.  I have 10,000 sf of grass to cut (lot minus home, driveway etc).  I am holding off buyer anything different (including weed eater, and other attachments), until I go electric o the mower itself.  IMO, these mfg should sell the lawn mower at ridiculously low $$, as it locks the owner in to purchasing accessories that work off of the same battery model.

I was at local mower shop this weekend picking up a belt for the mower and while there and looking at new mowers, they told me they will not be selling push mowers any longer.  There reasoning was that their commercial clients don't really use them and the build quality of all of the push mowers has gone down over the past 5 years and most homeowners buy on line or through a big box store.    
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The time master is exactly was I was thinking of when I make this power. Each battery could run a 16" blade and contribute to the self-propelled portion.  Ego, make us a timemaster that runs on batteries put a $1,000 price on it and I will buy the first one.