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We talk quite a bit about Greenworks’ Pro 60V line of lawn care equipment, but if you’re looking for an even more versatile platform, the 24V line is where to turn. Greenworks PowerAll 48V lawn mowers use two of the 24V batteries that run an emerging line of power tools along with other yard tools. That 2 x 24V configuration offers much better performance without shifting to a bulky battery. 15nch Brushless Robot Drive Motor
The flagship of the PowerAll 48V mower line is a 21-inch self-propelled lawn mower very similar to what we’ve seen on the 60V line. It uses a brushless motor with a rear-wheel-drive system to make your lawn chores easier and has a turbo button to kick the power up in thicker sections of grass.
This size mower is appropriate for lawns up to 1/2 an acre and the 70-minute runtime can cover that on one charge. The nice thing is that there are four battery ports and they automatically switch over so you can work without interruption. Here are some additional highlights:
There are two main differences between this and the previous 21-inch model we just discussed. One is the handle. It’s a more traditional steel tube design and doesn’t have the easy-fold point integrated into the handle. The other big change is this one only holds two batteries instead of four.
Plan to tackle lawns up to 1/2 an acre with this mower size. The two 5.0Ah batteries in the kit offer 45-minute runtime that can cover a 1/4-acre homestead in the kind of conditions we have in Florida. Here are some additional highlights:
Slightly smaller, Greenworks’ PowerAll 48V 20-inch self-propelled mower shares a very similar design to the mower above. In fact, that’s the only material difference in the mower itself. As a kit, the big deal is this model includes a brushless drill driver to get you started on Greenworks’ 24V power tool line.
If you like the concept of Greenworks’ top self-propelled mower but prefer to save a little money and get a push version, this one’s for you! The deck is slightly smaller at 20 inches, but it has the same 4-battery capacity with automatic switchover and an easy-folding handle. The kit includes two 4.0Ah batteries and you can expect up to 45 minutes of runtime from them.
Remove the rear-wheel-drive system and drop the deck size an inch from the above 2532502, and you get Greenworks’ PowerAll 48V 20-inch push mower. While the deck size is the same and is appropriate for lawns up to 1/2 an acre, we generally recommend push mowers for a 1/4-acre or under unless you really value getting your steps in each week. Just like its self-propelled counterpart, Greenworks includes a brushless drill driver in the kit.
If you have a smaller lawn or prefer a lighter overall mower, Greenworks’ 17-inch push mower is a great fit. Like many of the smaller mowers we’ve tested, this one has bag and mulch options, but not side discharge. The height range is also a little lower than the larger models in the PowerAll 48V line, topping out at 3 3/8 inches.
The best place to buy your Greenworks PowerAll 48V lawn mower is direct from Greenworks. While there are other retailers that carry other systems from Greenworks, we found the best prices and stock shopping direct for this line. Plus, there are additional deals throughout the year and you can score free shipping.
Are you using any of Greenworks’ PowerAll 24V or 48V tools? Let us know what you think of them in the comments below!
On the clock, Kenny dives deep to discover the practical limits and comparative differences for all kinds of tools. Off the clock, his faith and love for his family are his top priorities, and you'll typically find him in the kitchen, on his bike (he's an Ironman), or taking folks out for a day of fishing on Tampa Bay.
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