Battery-powered machine to cut extra large lawns and give an excellent finish

Battery power technology has made giant strides in the last few years.
And it is now possible for owners of larger houses with big lawns to use battery powered lawn mowers for an excellent cut with no smelly petrol exhaust fumes and no trailing electric cables.

Greenworks g-max cordless lawn mower
Two batteries: Greenworks g-max cordless lawn mower
The Greenworks G-MAX 50Li-40V Lithium-Ion 3-in-1 Twin-Force Cordless Lawnmower (25367) uses two 40 Volt batteries to give extra power when its needed so it can deal with both larger lawns and rougher areas as well.
Plus it has a twin-blade cutting system to give a really excellent finish.
And as yet another great feature the mower’s unique Power Save technology means that the motor only draws enough energy for the task it is performing.
Designed to trim lawns up to four tennis courts in size it has a cutting width of 20 inches and cutting heights from 30 mm up to 90 mm.
There is an indicator to show when the grass box is full, really handy feature, and a mulching plug should you prefer to deal with the clippings this way. And you can also just drop the cuttings at the back of the machine if you prefer – the high wheel design means it can handle rougher ground as well.
Additionally, a striping mat leaves the traditional finish many gardeners prefer.
The machine comes with two batteries and a charger and you have the opportunity to but other Greenworks products at very keen prices – for instance a cordless leaf blower costs just £39.
These prices are so competitive as they are for the tool only as you already have the charger and battery.
This mower costs just £399 compared with the maker’s recommended retail price of £669.
There is a four year warranty on this mower and free next working day delivery.

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