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This review is for the EGO 21" rear wheel drive 56 volt cordless lawn mower and is avalable here at home depot

 https://www.homedepot.com/p/EGO-21-in-56-Volt-Lithium-ion-Cordless-Walk-Behind-Self-Propelled-Mower-Kit-7-5-Ah-Battery-Charger-Included-LM2102SP/206515944

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I give this Ego lawn mower 10 out of 10 acorns !

21" rear wheel drive, this 56 volt rechargeable lawn mower is outstanding ! I haven't run down my battery yet. They make battery sizes from 2 amp hr to 7+ amp hr.   My mower has the largest one.

Practically silent, you can mow outside a bedroom window without waking anyone !  In the heat of the summer I will trot out a 5 AM and mow the lawn  Whoo HOO ! No more waiting till its hot out !

No gas ... no pulling a rope !  You can power travel with out the blades spinning !  No throwing dirt and rocks as you move down the driveway ! Stop to remove an obstacle and push the button your running again!  

I was so impressed I bought a EGO string trimmer and I will buy their 16" chainsaw!  Just think I could throw it in the back of the Subaru NO GAS CAN , go for a nice drive in the mountains and bring home bone dry split mountain maple to use in my smoker ! Can't wait !

Eventually I will own most all their tools !
 
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Wow! This sounds amazing!
I agree about the early morning mowing before it gets hot out, I've often thought longingly of doing the mowing early before the head of midday but felt guilty about my loud gas mower annoying the neighbours. It would annoy me after all if I was trying to sleep in.

How does the battery recharge? Is it a plug in to the side of the house? Do you have to remove the battery at all to recharge? is there any special maintenance that it requires?

Hmm I wonder if I could recharge it from my solar panels? that would be the best!

Thanks for sharing! I think I will keep an eye out for this mower for myself.
 
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Hi Tatym;  
Yes , its everything you could want in a mower!
Battery is quickly removable and recharges in about an hour.  It's a 110 vt charger so you'll need an inverter to run off your solar panels.
I will say it draws power pretty hard to recharge in an hour, so your panels may not be enough. I start my genset most of the time to save the strain on my battery's.
They make different size battery's.  I use a 7 amp hr for the mower but bought a 2 amp hr for the string trimmer. All battery's will interchange throughout their tool lineup.
The 7 amp battery was way to heavy for a string trimmer and the 2 amp battery would probably not be enough to mow the whole lawn.
No special maintenance required.
 
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thomas rubino, did you test this mower by yourself?
 
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Hi Thomas;  Welcome to Permies!

To answer your question , Yes I did.
 
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