Up to 60 minutes of run time with fully charged 4AH battery - battery not included
DigiPro brushless motors are more reliable and delivers gas equivalent performance
Smart-Cut Technology improves performance and extends run-time
21-inch steel deck with 3-in-1 design for mulch, side discharge or rear bag capability
Battery and charger sold separately, compatible battery and charger models GBA80200, GBA80400 and GCH8040
The Greenworks mowers have a controller that amps up the wattage when it is in thicker grass. This allows them to be more efficient and the 40v and 80v lines are brushless.veloman said:The vast majority of the watts goes into the blades spinning wind turbulence. I have an older 48v Craftsman which pulls 450w on a 13s battery. When I push it into moderate grass, the wattage only goes up to 550-600w.
It's still a lot quieter than a gas mower.
But If I run it on 33v, it is super super quiet, like barely audible from 20 ft away. The funny thing is that is still cuts fairly okay on the lower voltage if the grass isn't too tall.
I got a free gas mower today. 6.5hp Toro. Fixed it up and cut my back yard. Maybe the blades could be sharper, but it didn't cut as well. The stink and polluted air sucks to be breathing that in when you are working up a sweat. Tomorrow I will test it on some tall grass to see if it can handle the big stuff better than my electric.
veloman said:Warren, would you be able to get the part number of the motor on your new mower? I want to see if I can buy just the motor from ordertree. I bought a couple 120v brushed motors but would prefer the 80v brushless. It's probably a long shot but worth a try. I just need the part number. Thanks!
After reading the reviews from the link posted on the first page, I have switched my interest from the 56v Ego to the 80v Greenworks. I'm thinking about buying the bare mower on amazon for 209. Do you think I could get my 80v ebike battery to work on it without any serious electronic trickery?