NEW EGO 21” Self-Propelled mower with two 5.0Ah Batteries!

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THE FUTURE HAS ARRIVED! 

Are you ready for PeakPowerTM technology? Our brand new dual port mower combines the power of any two EGO batteries for unrivaled performance.


Check it out here: https://goo.gl/Bha3Jc


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Solves the problem of Ego owners who enjoy mowing so much they don't want to stop !
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LOL.  I want this, something fierce.   I'm tired of battery changes.  2 batteries would be the sweet spot for me!
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Technically you're still inserting a second battery, just at the start and end instead of in the middle of your routine.    Can still be more convenient though over switching half-way if your 7.5AH is insufficient for your yard.
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SURPRISE!!!!!

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Is this a brushless motor or the brushed like the rest of the 21” mowers?
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This is a brushless mower, Don. 
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Why are so many of your CS saying it is not? They say the documentation they have clearly state it is brushed.
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They were mistaken. We have followed up with the team to address this. I am officially stating with 100% certainty that this mower is brushless. 
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Great, thank you!
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Product page has been updated to include the Brushless motor


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Amber,
Thanks for the announcement.  From the specifications it appears that this is the same "brushed" motor on the single battery unit and spins at 2800 RPM.  Currently the single battery model with the 7.5AH battery provide adequate power for about 60 minutes.  I understand the difference that the steel deck and the brushless motor offers but what advantages does the dual battery bring to the table verses the single battery 21 SP?
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I'll put in my 2c. The dual battery (which I own) still misses blades of St. Augustine, even with reasonable overlap. I switched to the high lift blade to test, and it does better, but still misses some leaves. I never had this issue w/ any gas mower. The RPM starts quite high at first, then steps down quickly, and the mower rarely increases power even with the heavier high lift blade. I wish EGO would offer an option to keep the blade at full RPM even if the demand wasn't there. I don't have an older EGO to compare with, but I can say the mower isn't notably better than reviews of the older models regarding poor mowing performance. The blade speed/design just isn't where it needs to be.

On the flip side, I can mow my ~5000 ft^2 grassed area without significantly discharging either of the two batteries. Runtime is great. I could probably mow my yard 3 times on a single charge. I just wish I could trade some of that for higher sustained blade speed or a better designed blade so the mowing performance wasn't sub-par compared to a gas mower. Torque isn't the problem, it isn't bogging down, blade speed/blade design is. I have to mow my yard twice in opposite directions to get a good cut, which is very disappointing.
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This is very interesting and exactly what I didn't want to hear. Is the bottom of your deck clean so air is moving under their efficiently?
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The more efficient the ah's are delivered to the same motor will result in more power and torque.  You can buy a Tesla Model S with two different batteries.  Both with the same voltage, the larger battery (with more ah's) will give it a longer driving range and better 0-60mph and 1/4 mph times.  To have better times means that you have more power.  If you read Car and Driver, Road and Track or Motor Trend you would see how they convert these cars electric power to horsepower and torque.  They test these vehicles so you can evaluate their performance.  You are comparing two lawn mowers which cost around $750.  Even if I was wrong, you get an extra $200 battery with it.
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If the motor is regulated speed (as this one is) - it will not spin faster. Troy: yes, it's not a problem with maintenance. The deck is clear and I even sharpened the blades. It's just not spinning at full RPM. The few times it kicks up to high RPM in really, really thick grass, it cuts much better. I wish I could just lock it at high RPM, it would be perfect.
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David, if you haven’t yet, check out The Lawn Care Nut’s YouTube review of the 21” SP mower. He comes up with a few good suggestions on how to get the best cut on his St. Aug. lawn. He also compares it directly with a good gas mower, and in the end is pretty happy with the results.

Since the single and dual battery versions share the same deck design, his tips should be relevant.
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Finally!!
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Whoa!

Fortunately, we just have a front lawn (back is all mondo and patio) and it is only about a quarter acre so I never run out of juice.

But whoa!
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I expected more. More torque, higher rpm, brushless, shorter front nose. Ego is resting on their laurels.
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“...brushless is simply better for efficiency, battery life, longevity and power.”

Just because a motor is brushless doesn’t necessarily mean any of those things are true. Yes brushless motors CAN be better at those things, and on average they are, but it’s not a guarantee.

Anyway, I hope Ego keeps raising the bar and that someday when all their mowers are brushless that they offer great value. Their current brushless mowers are priced at quite a premium.
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As another poster said, ego is resting on its laurels. Top complaints about the mower are mediocre mulching and bagging capabilities for its price range. This latest update of adding dual ports for batteries at a hugely inflated price of $749 shows ego is not in lockstep with the market. $749 for a consumer mower at commercial mower price is not a good thing. At this price, you better have all the bells and whistles.
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Sounds like people are looking for this mower in the states?  LM2122E-SP https://egopowerplus.co.uk/products/mowers/lm2122e-sp-52cm-self-propelled-mower
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Ego has way too many products, particularly different variations of the same tools.  Tremendously confusing.  Please just discontinue selling all older models and only sell the latest one.  The blower has the 480cfm, 530cfm, 575cfm, and 580cfm.  Trimmer has straight shaft, split shaft, aluminum, powerhead attachment and carbon.  Hedge trimmers are 2400, 2410 and powerhead. Chainsaws are 14inches and 16inches.  Mowers are sp, push, steel deck, sp brushless (internationally), 20 inches and 21 inches.  And they are all currently available at home depot.  What a mess.  I can imagine somebody looking it up for the first time and go OMG, which is what.  

Ego's mower should be the company's flagship product with the all the bells and whistles.  In my opinion, should be sold at a very low price to lock people into the ego ecosystem.  Automatically get 2 large batteries, what do you do next, you go out and buy a bunch of ego tools.

Rant aside, clean up your product line and give us a brushless mower at a fair price. 
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They do have a brushless model, but what confuses me is that the steel deck brushless model seems to have significantly lower average reviews than the brushed plastic deck.    What I'd like to see is to work with vendors like Home Depot to ensure they have mowers on the floor, assembled, with a "dummy" display battery of appropriate weight so I can actually touch it, push it, fold the handles, and really get a feel for it.     Both Home Depots in my area only have them in a box about 15 feet in the air.

Ditto on the tools, I'd love to actually touch and see the trimmers and what not, but same problem.  I'd like to see how easy it is to click and unclick the latest multi-tool for example, or feel the weight of the backpack blower on my back with a dummy 7.5AH or 5.0AH battery.   Does no one any good if I have to "buy it to try it" as that's a barrier to entry, and if I don't like it now you have the lost value of a customer return product.
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Don,
I have to agree with your comments.  I was expecting more out of this release and wanted a reason to upgrade from my EGO current mower.  Since I already own two batteries I really don't see a major advantage of this model.  I like the concept of the dual battery but the platform needs to bring more to the table.  Maybe they will come out with a brushless steel model with more torque & RPM next year.  
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Then I would be interested as well.
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The Peak Power system should provide the motor with increased power under load (reduced voltage drop) which may give it more torque under high load conditions.

That said, the difference is probably slight since there’s no claim of superior power being made. Also, power under load is not something current 21” mower owners were complaining about.
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I wish the user is given the option to control the mower's rpm.  If I'm mulching wet grass, I want the mower to always to have higher rpm to mulch properly and not clump. 
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Its important to keep things simple.   How about simply a "turbo" button, that when selected would run the mower at peak power?     Everyone knows what that means, and would cause less questions than "what does this manual speed selector do and what's the right speed for XYZ conditions".  
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I like it Jessica.  The mower does automatically kick into high rpm when it senses a heavy load.  But it would be nice to be able to do it yourself when you feel it is needed but it is perhaps only 80% to tripping the sensor and getting the automatic boost.
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Too small. Your pulling 1000 watts for a 21". It could easily have been a 30" mower at 2000 watts..........the batteries are experiencing like 10 amps of draw each....... Good for batteries I guess.

Stop being wimps and make something huge
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Yess!! like a rider!!
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Riders are a bad idea. Carrying people around takes a lot of power. This is why walk behinds are the way to go. You will get double the run time with a walk behind over a rider.
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took the words right out of my mouth Jacob
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Been saying this for 2 years ever since I returned my first Ego mower for being underpowered (IMO). All the other tools are awesome, but you're absolutely right, it needs to be 26-30". Double batteries does next to nothing except save about 90 seconds to do a battery change. Love Ego, but this is a huge disappointment. I will continue to wait and use my Honda for now.
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"Carrying people around takes a lot of power."  Especially the average American consumer.  :D
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Less than 24 hrs after I bought the 7.5ah mower. I was holding out and holding out and finally got fed up with my gas mower not starting yesterday. Timing is everything! Oh well, I have a small yard, I won't need the extra runtime.

On the brushless topic, I noticed the Ryobi next to the Ego at Home Depot has a brushless motor.
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A quality brushed motor is better than a crappy brushless motor.
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Brushless motors or brushed. It really doesn't make that much of a difference. I honestly prefer brush over brushless because brushless requires more electronics than brushed. I prefer simplicity
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I know from large-scale RC, that brushless can offer far greater performance.   The brushes wearing out is a non-issue, as you can just make them spring loaded and huge so they'd last two decades of mowing, but at least in aircraft there's a noticeable improvement in flight times and how fast you can spin the prop, and I'd think that'd translate to mowers in theory too since its the same concept spinning a big metal "prop".     I think what we really need to hear about are peak horsepower ratings or something we can understand, as the big question is usually not just volts and amp hours but how much current you can really pull from the battery.
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That’s pretty sweet! What about the steel deck?
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For the same price you could get the 21" SP 7.5 AH mower kit, plus an extra 7.5AH battery. I'm willing to do one battery swap (also allowing you to charge one battery while you are mowing) to get 15 AH of capacity.  [I've never felt like I've needed more power from my  7.5 AH battery mower...]
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Woah 749 for it.................. 500 for the 7.5 so model. And 250 more for this one........... Sometimes I just don't understand some companies logic.

Makita is really bad. Their prices make no sense at all.
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Holy smokes. I just now saw the price.  What in the world! 
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Steel deck would be $1000.
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I have to agree, $750?! What in the world.
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2 batteries and a brushless motor = $750
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Are both batteries active at the same time? If that's the case it doesn't work for me if they both go out at once and I have to recharge two at the same time (which is too taxing on my trailers recharging system) and have two spares to maintain the ability to mow all day long. 25,000 steps a day long.
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Nice Jessica.   Love the fact that you use facts verses some sort of political ideology. 
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Small engines are typically the largest offenders. Anyone here been to India? Spend a day in Delhi and you’re blowing black crud out of your nose before going to bed. Tons and tons of small engine powered vehicles running around there, though they’re not the only offenders.

It amazes me that motorcycles are allowed on our streets without any serious pollution controls. At the very least two-stroke engines are all but forgotten... I bet my parent’s old Weed Eater polluted as much or more than most gas mowers!!!
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Jessica - are you able to provide a link to that study?  I know several people I'd like to show it to!
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not the same one but here is similar info
https://www.peoplepoweredmachines.com/faq-environment.htm

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a new gas powered lawn mower produces volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides emissions air pollution in in in one hour of operation as 11 new cars each being driven for one hour.


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It's rediculous that it is allowed. We need more regulations on small engines
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damm ! jut got a classic ego a couple weeks back
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Has anyone actually compared this unit to the original 21" Single battery self-propelled?

I wonder if it might actually have more torque even though it's not advertised to do so...
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Watch this video and it will probably change a lot of peoples's conception of this new lawn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd85zB-59Wo
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Looking forward to your review, William!
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I received the Ego dual battery lawn mower today from Home Depot.  They delivered the lawn mower with the box completely opened and upside down.  All the parts inside were in disarray.  It looked like the lawn mower was returned to Home Depot and they sent it out to me.  The wheels even had small grass clipping on them.  I called Home Depot and they apologized for the damaged box and the lawn mower that was a returned item and sent to me.  The immediately ordered another lawn mower and discounted it $100 for my bad experience.  The are going to pickup the original lawn mower in 3 to 5 days.  Because of what just occurred, I won't be able to let you know how the lawn mower performs until a couple of weeks from now. 
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That is SOO Home Depot.  :(
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not from my experience
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Wow... you just have to wonder what some people are thinking. At least they’re making it right.
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The motor on the new dual battery mower is brushless and does provide more power in addition to more run time.  Per Ego engineering department

It has the most powerful brushless motor in the entire EGO mower line (1200W BL motor is much, much more powerful than the 1000W Brushed motor on the LM2100SP). With peak power tech (drain more current from the battery), these two combines generate much more torque than any EGO mower in the market and it actually is the most powerful cordless mower in the market now.

I think the marketing department needs to talk to the engineers !
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David, the agent with whom you spoke was mistaken. This mower is brushless. 
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This is too funny, I got an email back from their Product Manager stating the 2022SP is a 2000W motor, 2,800 RPM (no load).   Who really knows.....
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The LM2022SP is a 20" Steel Deck mower- not the 21" Dual Port Mower in reference here. 
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Yes I understand, but the above statement is  "It has the most powerful brushless motor in the entire EGO mower line (1200W BL motor " and the email response I received is that the 20" Steel Deck mower has a 2000W motor.  I am just trying to understand the product line as there is a lot of different information on these boards and coming from emails.
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Yes, so are those specs correct? How about the confirmed specs of the 21" dual port? Do you have anything concrete on that one? Thanks!
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So this sucker is brushless and has 20% more power than the single-battery unit?
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OFFICIAL WORD: This is a brushless mower. 
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From a post above


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and...

The motor on the new dual battery mower is brushless and does provide more power in addition to more run time.  Per Ego engineering department

It has the most powerful brushless motor in the entire EGO mower line (1200W BL motor is much, much more powerful than the 1000W Brushed motor on the LM2100SP). With peak power tech (drain more current from the battery), these two combines generate much more torque than any EGO mower in the market and it actually is the most powerful cordless mower in the market now.
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@ Colt Templin
if you purchased your mower a month and a half ago you can return it to HD for a full refund and get the new dual battery brushless motor mower.
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Does anybody know why this as well as many other EGO tools don't appear available at any Home Depot? It's ship to home or store only in a 60 mile radius around me, and has been for a while.
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Lack of shelf space commitment from Home Depot. The products are available, but are usually shipped direct from Chervon in California.
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rcpw.com or the store finder may provide alternatives to HD

https://egopowerplus.com/apps/store-locator


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Wow...that some new news. I wonder why it is never mentioned in any of the marketing? Really bizarre and funky.

I would have bought the new model earlier this year if I had of known this. I bought the 20" Brushless SP which we are not happy with for 2 reasons...SP is too slow, slower than old 7.5ah 21" SP & the SP locks up with a delay before being able to pull back, which the old 7.5ah 21" SP doesn't do. Not sure why they made these two changes from one version to the next.

Can anyone tell me how the dual battery versions SP function performs? 
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Agree it is bizarre that brushless and more power are not in bold type in the product description.
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I guess it would have been very difficult to sell out the 20" & 21" SP 7.5 aH inventory and keep inventory for the new one.
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Home Depot is supposed to deliver it to our home on Friday.  If it is not raining I will cut our lawn and let everyone know how it compares to our single battery self-propelled lawn mower.  I'll be using two 7.5 ah batteries.
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Looking forward to your feedback.
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More confusing information provided on the HD website. 

Correct information



Incorrect information

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What the heck. Good find.
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Eh.


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Clear as mud...apparently within EGO as well.
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So who is gonna be the hero that takes this puppy apart to "confirm" if it's brushless or not and run a test of some sort to give actual power output with a small/medium/heavy load compared to the Gen 1 21" SP???????????????
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In areas where the grass was taller or thicker, you can hear the motor speeding up.
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> That is alot of battery for a 1/4 acre.

1/4 acre is = 10,890 sq ft. On my lawn, I can do between 5000-8000 sq ft with a single 7.5 Ah battery on my 21" SP mower using a high lift blade.

So I think only one 7.5 Ah battery wouldn't be enough. Two 5 Ah would probably do it, but since he has 7.5 Ah batteries....may as well use them and not discharge them as much.
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Sorry. That was jealousy talking
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When I said a 1/4 acre, I made a mistake.  Our house is on a 1/4 acre lot, but the lawn is around 8,200 sq. ft..  Since I use the 7.5 ah batteries on my snow blower, I thought I would use them on our new lawn mower.  I can use the two 5ah batteries for our other tools.  I always feel that more is better in this case.  Probably, the 5ah batteries would cover most lawns without any problems.  I am 72 years old and have used a lot of lawn mowers (gasoline).  This lawn mower is expensive, but if you can afford it, you won't be disappointed.
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Or you can donate the 7.5s to me

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