Original web offer details & such: 30-day trial - #14.95 + $19.95 P&H. 3 monthly payments of $166.33. Includes: 40v 3-in-1 mower, 40v string trimmer/edger, 40v blower. Sales tax: May apply. Notes: 40v string trimmer package is available a la carte in a single pay option.
I have trouble wrapping my brain around NOT using power tools for the lawn. I have trouble wrapping my brain not using power tools for ANYTHING. That includes toothbrushes.
But, unfortunately, I don't get sole say in what I want to use. Not that I'm whipped, but sometimes you need to make concessions for happiness.
With Greenworks, one gets a little of both - she gets the 'eco-friendly' peace of mind, I get to pretend I still have a pair...oh gas guzzling power tools.But are the concessions worth it? Let's find out.
Greenworks tools are the first line of outdoor lawn tools that claim to not leave a carbon footprint when the operate. They're 40 volt machines that are rechargeable and can operate up to an hour at a time between charges. Also, there's an extra battery so one can charge while the other operates.
According to official product websites, Greenworks claim the following features and benefits:
- 40v high power rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- up to 60 minutes in a charge
- includes two 40v batteries and a charger
- easy fold system for storage and compact transportation
- 19" cutting path
Order Process: The order process needs a calculator. If you think you're getting a lawn mower, trimmer & blower for $15 bucks plus shipping, you're not. In fact, you probably wouldn't want it unless it was used and at a garage sale and you know how to change the oil and swap out the spark plugs. Put note the system isn't cheap. That's why they offer the trial. If you like it, you'll find the value.
Product Performance: Right now it's fluff. A fluff and a new product. The typical online watchdog sites haven't started bitching a fit yet so we take those to be good signs.
And, any company that wants to run online marketing challenges certainly takes pride in the product. Check out the link to their video .
Coming from the guy who drives a Muscle car, likes power tools and runs electrical devices all day, I'm probably not the best guy to ask about reducing carbon footprints. That being said, I'd consider it next time I buy lawn and garden tools just because the girlfriend would like it.
If you want to reduce your carbon footprint or look better in front of your lady friend, the green button below will take you to the official product site.
Customer Service: phone: 855.345.3934. M-F. 9am-5pm EST.
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