Finally, a lawnmower that frees you from gasoline. This battery-powered electric machine — on sale for $40 off — has a fierce motor and push-button start for ease. And reviewers can’t get enough.
“This is a great mower,” raved a shopper. “It's powerful enough to get through my rather thick grass even when I've let it get taller than I should. I LOVE having a quiet, efficient, easy-to-use mower that doesn't belch smoke or require me to buy gas. The two-battery system is great — I can do my front and back yard twice before both batteries are exhausted.”
"I’ve got 3 gas pole saws in the garage that take a prayer from the pope to get started," says one hilarious reviewer. "I was leery about a battery operated one but I’m very happy with this one. I trimmed 6 trees and the battery outlasted me."
This hedge trimmer ($26 off) is cordless, so you can tweak out-of-control hedges without worrying about wires. Just pick it up and go, and your lawn will look immaculate in no time — thanks to its powerful 24-volt rechargeable and removable battery pack. Best part? You can do 30 minutes of yard work on one charge.
This happy customer shares that it used to take her 4 hours to trim the hedges around her yard, adding, "I decided to buy a battery powered trimmer instead of my corded one. This trimmer is so much lighter than my old one and it has a longer blade!! I was able to trim the trees out front, plus trim the hedges all in 2 hours. And the battery was still going strong!! I am so pleased with this purchase. I just wish I had done it sooner."
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