Greenworks G-Max 40V 35cm Cordless Lawnmower c/w 2 x 2ah Li-ion Batteries & Charger - £209.98 Delivered @ Ideal World TV
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Greenworks G-Max 40V 35cm Cordless Lawnmower c/w 2 x 2ah Li-ion Batteries & Charger - £209.98 Delivered @ Ideal World TV

£209.98£279.9925%Ideal World TV Deals
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Found 12th May
Greenworks G-Max 40V 35cm Cordless Lawnmower c/w 2 x 2ah Li-ion Batteries & Charger

2 batteries make this a great deal.

Spotted on ideal world tv flicking through channels - enjoy!
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toolstation.com/sho…BwE
Think this is better deal £159 with free grass trimmer
Am not commenting on the source of the item, but the item itself. It is very good indeed. I was looking for something for my Father for Xmas, and a lot of reading indicated that this is probably the best machine out there up to the £300 mark. It is much better than the Bosch which is very flimsy in build construction by comparison. The motor ramps up and down dependent on load, and comes with two batteries, 1 x 4ah and 1 x 2ah if i recall correctly. It is popular in the US market where one assumes lawns are much bigger. There are a lot of US based reviews for it on Youtube. This will happily do at least a tennis court and a half, if not more if you're not hacking through 8" of grass.
I would say there are two caveats. It is not the smallest out there, so if you only have a 20x10ft lawn it is probably overkill. It also has a slightly higher minimum cut for some. I think it was something like 30 or 35mm, which is too long for some. Other than that it is a really good machine and really good value for money.
Edited by: "steveex" 12th May
This model is also £199 at Toolstation
FYI There are two very similarly specc'd machines. One has two blades and two batteries, which can be loaded simultaneously (although it will work quite happily with just a single battery installed) . The other is a single cut and only comes with a single battery.
i got the twin version for around £200 IIRC. The body alone was listed at Amazon for something crazy like £450 when last i looked.
Edited by: "steveex" 12th May
whereangelsplay1 h, 45 m ago

https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p77283?r=googleshopping&rr=marin&utm_source=googleshopping&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=googleshoppingfeed&gclid=CjwKCAjw_tTXBRBsEiwArqXyMqJYxwEqhTxmLtIZ6rWQRn4MtGB_5QF5V92aWn9Y-0ymnzL0Q5EP1BoC5AkQAvD_BwEThink this is better deal £159 with free grass trimmer


This uses both 18 volt batteries in series to power it. The Greenworks machine has 2 x 40 volt batteries therefore you always have a spare battery on hand.

The Greenworks charger is also faster than the Einhell and the Amazon reviews for the Greenworks are quite a bit better, albeit neither has enough reviews to go off Amazon reviews alone

I think Greenworks is a good up an coming Chinese company with above average quality. (Stihl have shares in the company)

Einhell basically rebadge generic Chinese products manufactured in multiple factories with a German sounding name to make people think they are a quality brand.

This really shouldn't be so cold.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…TRH

amazon.co.uk/dp/…FBC
Surprised this has gone cold with 2 batteries and great reviews!
gazdoubleu12th May

This uses both 18 volt batteries in series to power it. The Greenworks …This uses both 18 volt batteries in series to power it. The Greenworks machine has 2 x 40 volt batteries therefore you always have a spare battery on hand.The Greenworks charger is also faster than the Einhell and the Amazon reviews for the Greenworks are quite a bit better, albeit neither has enough reviews to go off Amazon reviews alone I think Greenworks is a good up an coming Chinese company with above average quality. (Stihl have shares in the company) Einhell basically rebadge generic Chinese products manufactured in multiple factories with a German sounding name to make people think they are a quality brand.This really shouldn't be so cold. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0721LYLZK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_3xT9Ab6XBDTRHhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXQXPJZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_YST9AbBE31FBC


Yes but you also get a free strimmer for 159
whereangelsplay12 h, 40 m ago

Yes but you also get a free strimmer for 159


Yes, you'll need it to finish the lawn when the batteries run out, or maybe not because it uses the same battery
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st May
gazdoubleu21 h, 12 m ago

Yes, you'll need it to finish the lawn when the batteries run out, or …Yes, you'll need it to finish the lawn when the batteries run out, or maybe not because it uses the same battery


I use the strimmer first then put it in the lawnmower with the fully charged battery has enough power to do 2 lawns or you can buy another battery for 30 quid either way it's a better deal
We'll have to agree to disagree, too many reviewers saying how poor Einhell batteries are. At least you get Japanese ones with Greenworks (Sanyo) I've got a Greenworks battery Strimmer and Leaf Blower and if they're anything to go by the quality far exceeds the market sector they are priced at. Got a Wilko plastic deck petrol mower for £50 on here which hasn't skipped a beat in 3 seasons so not taking the plunge yet. More reviews on yours found here, amazon.co.uk/Einhell-X-Change-Lithium-Ion-Lawnmower-Collection/product-reviews/B00B18K7YE/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_hist_1?filterByStar=one_star&pageNumber=1
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 22nd May
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