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I've been looking at electric self propelled mowers as a replacement for my ageing petrol mower, I see Ryobi have or had a 40 volt version, but I see now the new Ryobi mowers that are for sale at Bunnings are 36 volt what is the story, are both 40 and 36 V available or has one succeeded the other. Are they also all plastic bases, bit concerned that a get stone strikes may render them unusable.
Criteria is, must be self propelled and minimum 20 inch cut.
Bunnings unfortunately seem to dictate what Ryobi products we can buy in Australia. AFAIK the 40 volt system is only available in the US, but having said that the 36 volt platform is great. I looked at a few other brands before settling on the Ryobi. It ticked all the boxes. Yes the base is plastic, but in 6 months of use at my place I have had no problems with stone strikes. A bit of common sense when mowing and you should have no issues. The self propulsion works great and the 20 inch cut is fine for small to medium yards. I moved from a self propelled Honda petrol mower and have no regrets.
Does it cut sir walter grass as its quite thick?
The battery is fully charged but the charge indicator on the handle is not lighting up. The mower wont run. Any help?
How long does a charge last with medium height grass? Is charge time really only 90 minutes?
I just bough a Ryobi 36volt cordless mower bushless self driven i have set the grass mowing height to the lowest setting but it doesn't seem to be cutting any grass, any help?
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