MAXLANDER 40V Cordless Lawn Mower 15 inch Brushless Motor
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Worx Cordless 2 in 1 Cordless Mower 40V MAX Assembly, Test, and review.
Ryobi 21 inch 40V Cordless Brushless Mower: 2023
The Ryobi 40V lawn mower is an electric mower that is one of the most popular on the market. I’ll be the first to admit, I have ALWAYS been a gas person. That being said, I am open to changes and trying new things out.
I personally have owned and enjoyed a Ryobi 3-in-1 yard tool that includes a trimmer, edger, and blower. You can tell it’s battery powered and feels slightly weaker than each of those tools individually, but it gets the job done.
Today, we are going to review the following:
Why we review lawn tools
The reason we started this website in the first place was because we had so much trouble trying to find reasonable, understandable, honest reviews for lawn equipment. And it’s not cheap! After hours and hours of research, trying products and returning them, and messing up our yards – we started this site.
As people who had to learn the hard way, we want you to know exactly what you are signing up for before you purchase a piece of equipment. That’s why we are committed to providing honest, easy-to-understand reviews that mean something.
Why would I get a Ryobi 40V Self-propelled lawn mower?
There are a few benefits to getting an electric lawn mower. For starters, I am an early riser and have often angered my neighbors with mowing the lawn and doing other yard work before 9am. The Ryobi 40V lawn mower is quiet. Surprisingly quiet.
Ryobi perfected the quiet tool space when they created the Ryobi 40V Whisper Series leaf blower. They have quickly adapted most of their tools to be quiet.
This has allowed my children to once again trick-or-treat in the neighborhood and minimized the dog poop left in my yard.
Electric lawn mowers also have another obvious benefit – they don’t require gasoline. Not only does this free up some space in the garage, but makes the pain of spilling gas everywhere go away. The other benefit to being electric is the minimal maintenance required. While it can be annoying to sit and wait for your lawn mower to charge, you don’t have to worry about oil changes or other messes.
Another benefit to having an electric lawn mower is the lack of air pollution. While lawn mowers aren’t blowing black smoke like your diesel truck, they still put out fumes. My wife will sometimes relieve stress by mowing the lawn, but had to stop while pregnant due to the fumes. A minor benefit, but still noteworthy.
Does the Ryobi 40V mower require a replacement battery?
The Ryobi 40V mower comes with a 40V lithium ion battery that will definitely last for small to medium jobs. At the end of the day, this is battery powered and requires charging just like any other tool in our garage.
Something that is useful to recognize is that Ryobi has built some compatibility with some of their products and this mower. If you have another Ryobi tool with a 40V battery, you can swap them out when your main battery runs dry.
Battery life considerations for a Ryobi 40V Lawn mower
With the normal Ryobi 40V battery and the backup battery, you can successfully complete any job. Some considerations for battery life include the following:
Yard size for an electric mower
This is an obvious one. If you have a huge yard, you will likely run out of battery because of the sheer volume of grass that needs to be cut.
If you have a smaller yard, you will find that you can likely complete more than one mowing session on a single charge. My neighbor has this exact lawnmower and only charges it about once every three weeks during peak season.
Thicker, longer, or wet grass will all deplete your Ryobi 40V battery faster. It takes a lot of energy to push the blade across thick or wet grass. For those of us that like a golf course style trim, you can run through the battery quickly when cutting grass down to that level from a taller level.
Self-propeller function on a Ryobi 40V mower
The Ryobi 40V lawn mower has a self-propelled option, which will creep the lawn mower forward and assist in pushing it across your yard. Naturally, using this option will cut down on battery life and require you to charge more frequently. If you have a large yard, you may want to consider turning this off to conserve battery. Otherwise, purchasing a second battery will help get the job done in one trip.
The Ryobi 40V lawn mower (21 inch vs 20 inch)
When looking for a Ryobi electric mower, you have two main options. The Ryobi 40V 21 inch or the 20 inch. Let’s check out the main differences between the two electric lawn mowers:
The design of the 21 inch model looks slightly cooler to me. The deck is steel, similar to a traditional gas push mower, instead of plastic. Both have a neon green and black design which fits the normal Ryobi profile. The 21 inch model has a slightly more prominent light for those who mow at dusk.
Overall, the design screams “I’m using an electric mower, look at me!”. However, the silence of the mower makes up for it. While I am a traditionalist when it comes to design, others might like the futuristic appearance of both of these mowers.
Obviously, the 21 inch Ryobi 40V is slightly larger. Both the 21 and the 20 inch mowers have push-start capability and the same battery. The battery life lasts a little longer (5 minutes longer) on the 20 inch model than it does on the 21 inch model. The battery longevity likely relies on the weight of the mower and the slightly longer blade.
While both of these mowers easily fold over in the garage, the 20 inch mower takes the cake on storage capability. As the lighter and slimmer model, the 20 inch mower can easily be folded and even hung on the wall. The 21 inch model has the heavier steel deck and larger body, making it difficult for storage. Consider that both will be easier to store than a traditional gas push mower – and won’t leak any gas or fluid either!
Considering both the 21 inch and the 20 inch Ryobi 40V use the same battery, similar blades, and are almost identical – the 20 inch mower is the best value. As I look through a few online shopping venues, the 21 inch mower is consistently over 100 more than the 20 inch mower.
If it were me (and I am cheap), I would go with the 20 inch mower and be okay with getting made fun of by my guy friends.
Criticisms of the Ryobi 40V 20-inch and 21-inch lawn mowers
Electric lawn mowers are new entrants into a long standing, traditionalist marketplace of incumbents. Therefore, they will receive their fair share of criticism. What I see most out of those that have a problem with these mowers is the run time.
Ryobi 40V lawn mower run time
The 20 inch Ryobi mower boasts a 40 minute run time while the 21 inch mower has a 35 minute run time.
Again, there are several factors that will impact run time. Grass length and density will eat through the battery as well as the self-propelled function. If you have two batteries, you should not have a problem getting the job done.
That being said, the battery charge time is about four hours for each of those 35-40 minute uses. If you have a very large yard, it may take a long time to get cut.
Getting a replacement battery
You can order individual batteries to replace the battery on your Ryobi 40V. I have never had a problem with my Ryobi 40V battery for any other of my appliances, but I generally don’t run them as long as I do my mower.
For those with other Ryobi 40V products that have a compatible battery, you can use those in both tools. This is how Ryobi gets you to become loyal to their products!
Where to buy the Ryobi lawn mower
You can grab this one and bunch of other Ryobi mowers from Home Depot, where Ryobi is almost exclusively sold.
The Official Review of the Ryobi 40V 21 inch Lawn Mower
To summarize our review, the Ryobi 40V 21 inch lawn mower is a great mower for small yards. The ideal electric mower owner will be someone with limited storage space for a larger mower, a smaller yard, does not like to push and strain too hard when mowing, is eco-conscious, and enjoys a quiet mow.
The 8 Best Battery-Powered Lawn Mowers of 2023, Tested and Reviewed
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Cordless and environmentally friendly, a battery-powered lawn mower is generally easier to maintain and operate than a gas-powered model, and it is especially suited for small to medium-sized lawns. “The best battery-powered lawn mower for your yard is one that suits your specific needs,” says Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI). He suggests asking yourself the following before selecting a mower: “What is the size of the property and job? What features are needed for the job? What is your ability to handle the machine?”
We researched and tested a variety of lawn mowers in our own yards including corded, cordless, gas, electric, push, riding, and self-propelled options. For this list of the best battery-powered lawn mowers, we evaluated products based on their setup, design, performance, usability, safety, and value and included the best options we’ve tested. Throughout our testing process, we carefully observed the mowers’ ability to navigate around obstacles, inclines, and tall grass with ease. Additionally, we conducted a thorough evaluation of the lawn’s appearance to ensure a consistently trimmed finish. As we compiled this list, we also considered the mowers’ runtime, cutting options, charging time, and cutting width.
Ryobi 40V HP Brushless 21-Inch Dual-Blade Self-Propelled Mower
- Powerful performance
- Long run time and fast charging
- Lightweight, foldable, and compact
- Easy to set up and start
- Quiet operation
The RYOBI 40V HP Brushless 21 Inch Cordless Self-Propelled Mower is the best battery-powered lawn mower we tested because it is just as powerful as some gas models, lasts for up to 70 minutes on a single charge, and is very easy to operate and maintain. We were surprised by how quiet this mower was (almost like weight noise) and lightweight (almost delicate), and easy to start (push-button compared to pulling a cord) compared to gas mowers we’ve used in the past. However, once we got it started and found the right height for an uneven lawn, thanks to the self-propelled technology, it was very powerful and easy to maneuver around, even over hills. By moving a slider from high to low, we could easily adjust the mower’s speed that we needed, depending on the terrain. Finding the right speed takes a bit of getting used to at first, especially on straight, flat rows where the mower was going almost too fast. But overall, we appreciated the power and found it really made mowing much easier, especially on hilly terrain.
This mower has an impressive 70-minute run time, and comes with two 40V batteries. Only one battery is needed at a time, and you can charge the other one with the included Rapid charger and switch them out when needed. We mowed for 45 minutes to an hour each time and had no issues with the mower running out of batteries. However, we will point out a few small issues we came across with the bag. This mower allows you to mulch, bag, or side discharge. The first time we used the mower for the season, the grass was pretty high and the bag filled up very quickly (after mowing about 25-30 feet with taller grass). However, the next few times we used it when the grass wasn’t as overgrown, we did not have that issue. Removing the bag to empty is simple, but when it was full, we did find that it spilled easily. Also, we did notice occasionally that grass would come out of the bag when it was full (just a few blades at a time). While in the mulching mode, we also noted that it did not seem to break up older leaves very well, but we did appreciate overall how well it cut the grass, and we appreciated the seven adjustable cutting heights (1.5 to 4 inches).
We also loved how compact and easy this mower is to store. We had no issues pulling the lever to fold the mower for vertical, space-saving storage. The safety features are also a big plus. The mower has a key, so even though it’s easy to start with just a press of a button, the key does need to be inserted in the mower behind a flap, so you can remove the key when you don’t want someone else using it. You also need to grip the lever when you start or use the mower, or it will not work. The LED headlights also provide extra light should you need it. Overall, if you are looking to switch from a gas to a battery-powered mower or want an easy-to-use mower for your lawn (ideally up to 3/4 of an acre), we found this to be a great choice.
How It Performed Long-Term
After three months of use, we’ve found the self-propelled feature to be especially helpful when mowing on hills and uneven terrain. We were able to use it up to four times on a single charge, which is quite remarkable. Although it may struggle with heavier weeds, it does an excellent job of cutting grass and collecting clippings
Price at time of publish: 799
Cutting Width: 21 inches | Weight: 75 pounds | Run Time: 70 minutes | Charge Time: 1 hour | Cutting Options: Bag, mulch, side-discharge
EGO Power Select Cut 56-Volt 21-Inch Self-Propelled Cordless Lawn Mower
- Self-propelled feature is easy to use
- Lightweight and easy to maneuver
- Foldable and compact for vertical storage
- 60-minute runtime
A self-propelled lawn mower can make mowing your lawn an easier task because the mower does most of the work for you—you simply guide it over your terrain while you walk at a comfortable pace that you set on your mower. After testing the EGO POWER Self-Propelled Mower, we selected it as our best self-propelled pick because it was easy to turn the feature on and off when you needed it, and it made mowing the lawn feel less of a pain (especially on our backs!) compared to using a heavy gas mower. If you are new to self-propelled mowers, this will take a little getting used to (including this mower), but we think it will be well worth the initial time spent. In fact, when we first started using this mower, we thought the mower might run away (even on the lowest setting) because we were only used to a gas push mower. Once we figured out how to run the mower without the self-propelled feature, it allowed us to get used to the mower itself and all of its features. We found that the lowest setting was all we needed for parts of our lawn, even small hills, and when we felt like that feature wasn’t necessary (navigating around obstacles), it was easy to switch it off at the top of the handle.
Aside from the self-propelled option, this mower offers many great features, making it a great choice for your lawn. We found it easy to adjust both the handle’s height (two options) and angle (three options) with just one hand. Adjusting the cutting height was also a simple and easy task with six settings available, ranging from 1.5 to 4 inches. This mower comes with one EGO 56V ARC Lithium battery that has a 60-minute runtime and takes about the same amount of time to charge. It took us 50 minutes to mow our lawn, and we did not run out of batteries. We also like that you can choose from the bag, mulching, and side-discharge option for your grass clippings and use the LED headlights when mowing early in the morning or later at dusk. The handle can easily be folded, and the mower can be stored vertically in your garage or shed. And like most battery-powered mowers, you’ll get the advantage of a quick, push-button start with no cord and no fumes.
The only downside we reported was the learning curve with using a self-propelled mower. But once we figured out how to navigate the feature and the power it provides, we found it to make mowing the lawn an easier task. If you have a small, flat lawn with a lot of obstacles, this might not be the best option for you. Also, note that we found this lawn worked great on dry and damp grass, but we did experience one time where the mower would not start (the light blinked orange to indicate an issue), but when we moved it to a less wet area, it worked fine. While this mower has many of the same features as our best overall, it has slightly less of a runtime, is heavier, and only comes with one battery. However, it is a bit more budget-friendly, so if you don’t need as much power or as long of a runtime, this could be the better option, especially if you have other EGO tools with compatible batteries.
How It Performed Long-Term
We’ve been using our lawn mower for about three months now and we’re very pleased with its performance. One of the standout features is the battery life. we can mow the lawn three times before needing to recharge. What’s more, it handles thick and tall grass like a champ. we even let the lawn go for 10 days once, and it had no trouble at all. It’s also very effective at dealing with damp grass and leaves.
Price at time of publish: 549
Cutting Width: 21 inches | Weight: 93.61 pounds | Run Time: 60 minutes | Charge Time: 1 hour | Cutting Options: Bag, mulch, side-discharge
Worx WG779E 40V Cordless Lawn Mower review
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The Worx 40V Cordless Lawn Mower is the upgraded, more powerful model from this well-known tool brand. Now with 40V of power and the choice to specify higher amp hour batteries, you can get at least 35 minutes of uninterrupted lawn mowing joy (as many as 55 minutes with 4.0Ah batteries) – because let’s agree one of the worst things about mowing the lawn is the constant panic of cutting through the wire.
If you have been looking for a new mower, and have toyed with the idea of going cordless, then you will certainly want to pay attention. I was sent the Worx 40V cordless (also known as the Worx WG779E.2) to review earlier this summer and have tested it for a couple of months in my garden to see how it compares to the best lawn mowers around.
With a long and narrow garden to contend with, cordless is well suited to my plot, so I was keen to see if it could exceed expectations and be a good replacement for my corded model. Find out if we thought it made the cut.
Who will the Worx 40V Cordless Lawn Mower suit?
While the mower positions itself as being for small to medium gardens, with an impressive battery length it could be a great replacement for larger plots where corded access is a nightmare. Where petrol may have reined supreme in these spaces, cordless models like the Worx WG779E mean you can get great results no matter how far you are from a powerpoint and we much prefer battery powered to smelly (and polluting) petrol.
It still has lots to offer for small gardens too, being compact to carry and store and most of all, it is incredibly affordable at half the price of many well known cordless lawn mowers.
Set up and first impressions
On opening the box you are presented with a stylish black and orange lawn mower that matches the rest of the Worx range (and their batteries). To set up, you simply have to put the batteries on charge in the supplied dual-battery charger (which takes roughly four hours for the 4.0Ah pair of batteries) and attach the handle to the mower. This is very easy to do, and requires no tools as the handle fixes with easy-turn bolts.
The instructions weren’t really needed which was good as I would say these were the only drawback of the product. I get it – picture led instructions are the way most companies are going now, as they are more accessible and save printing several language variants. But I really could have benefitted from some annotations in places. There is a labelled diagram at the start however which helped me check all the parts and know what each was for.
With the batteries fully charged you are nearly ready to go. Just slot them in and attach the grass box to the back of the mower – easy. You then insert the safety key by the switch. This is a great feature that makes it a bit trickier for children to start the mower and means added protection from it starting while you are checking for blockages (although the instructions advise removing the batteries before ANY maintenance).
How easy is it to use the Worx 40V Cordless Lawn Mower?
The buttons to start the mower are clearly marked to show what order to press them in. First is the safety key, then the easy grip bar switch that is the length of the handle. The handle itself is soft to touch and can be adjusted to the height of the gardener.
Then, as expected, you push and walk to mow. A steady pace is best for even and neat mowing and there is a roller to leave those stripes we all love. My lawn is a bit bumpy so I didn’t get the perfect lines you might on a level space, but there was evidence of them in places. The 34cm wide unit is a popular sizing for mowers as it is wide enough to cover a medium space quickly, but also narrow enough for smaller areas.
It is easy to manoeuvre with medium-sized wheels that offer a good point to turn on. And as the mower is not too heavy, most users will find it easy to push and transport from where it is stored. This is aided by a compact body and a sturdy handle on the middle of the unit for carrying.
Corded vs cordless mower
Until fairly recently, your best option for a cordless mower was petrol and these are still favoured by many people who want to be able to mow in places where a power point is not available. However, petrol is not the best for the environment and depends on you having a supply ready to go. Cordless electric models were very expensive when they first came out, but with loads of options in the sub £250 price bracket, the market is far more competitive, the tech better and the battery life longer. For the best experience look for models with batteries that can be used in multiple tools and a long enough battery to cover your plot.
You can easily change the cutting height from two centimetres up to seven centimetres, using a handle by the front wheels. My lawn was a little overgrown before the first use, so to avoid battling with long grass, I set the mower to it’s highest length to trim it ahead of trying a lower grade. This was unnecessary based on use since – the mower makes light work of even dense couch grass and weeds that have been left to run wild.
One issue I did have on first use was grass collection. The 30 litre bag is ample for a medium plot and has a flap which remains down in use to show when the bag is full. This stayed down throughout my first mow and when I went to empty, it turned out the grass had not been going in. On closer inspection, there is a plastic safety insert behind the blade that is seemingly designed to neatly guide the grass into the bag and prevent you from putting your hand through to the cutting zone, but this seemed to be preventing collection. The troubleshooting notes in the instructions did mention this and that it could be removed, and since then I have had no problems. While the mower does not mention being suitable for mulching on the UK model I tested, it had neatly dispersed the grass it had not collected back onto the lawn. It was not noticeable enough to rake away, so I left it to mulch. The US version does come with a mulching plug for those who want to use one.
Having switched to this from a corded model, I am very impressed with the power. I tested the mower on both Turbo and Eco mode. Turbo does lead to a slightly easier cut, but the Eco mode is very capable of making a quick job of a messy lawn – and it extends the battery length too. My lawn is only about 40m 2 but I have managed four mows using a combination of Turbo and Eco and there is still a third of a battery left (if the indicator is to be trusted). It also features Intellicut to optimise the cut and create even results when switching from long to short grass or denser patches.
The cut-to-edge function works well and guides the grass into the reach of the blade. My lawn goes right up to the edge of the fence which can be tricky to cut to and it did a good job, leaving just a few longer stragglers that I can get with the strimmer or a pair of shears.
If you like a really short crop, this mower might not be for you. The lowest it goes is two centimetres – which is pretty standard – but I felt like to get that low on less even ground, I had to be really sure I was pushing the front of the mower down as I walked. This probably says more about my uneven lawn than the mower, but I have achieved a slightly neater cut with other models. Either way, it still certainly does the job and with ease, too.
Battery power: using Worx PowerShare system
Worx have built up an impressive selection of tools that can be powered by their 20V batteries. Most tools take just one 20V battery – we are talking their strimmer, leaf blower, handheld vacuum, drills and even a pressure washer – but the mowers use two for optimum run time.
The Worx WG779E.2 comes with a dual charger and two 20V batteries. Depending on where you buy it, these batteries will be either 2.0Ah or 4.0Ah and we were supplied with the 4.0Ah battery pair. Both will result in the same power, but the 4.0Ah battery will mean you can work at high power for longer.
The 4.0Ah also weighs more than the smaller, 2.0Ah so this might affect your decision if you are looking to powershare the battery with other Worx tools. While a heavier battery is not that noticeable in a mower, you might want to use the lighter 2.0Ah in things like cordless drills. However, the 4.0Ah is comparable in size and weight to the large batteries I have used on cordless drills from multiple brands and well worth the extra expense if you want the benefit or longer cutting times (a must for larger gardens).
The chargers will also run diagnostics on the battery and this is handy if for some reason the mower stops working. You can put the battery in the charger and a green light means it is charging (flashing) or fully charged (steady). A red light indicates an issue such as the battery overheating or being defective. If defective, the charger will attempt to repair the battery and continue to charge. Failing that, the Worx tech team are happy to help troubleshoot by phone.
What features and settings does the Worx 40V Cordless Lawn Mower have?
As mentioned before, you can use Turbo or Eco modes to cut your lawn. I have used both and find the Eco mode is sufficient for regular summer cuts. I think I might need Turbo for the first cut after winter and would use it for cutting meadow-like lawns. Having not tested this mower on wet grass, I can’t say how it performs, but based on the first mow (of a rather unruly lawn) I don’t think it will struggle too much.
The range of heights are just right. I can’t see me needing anything longer than the longest setting (7cm) and the lowest grade is what I tend to default to. Another nice feature is the grass bag indicator flap to tell you when the mower is full, although at 30 litre capacity, it has more than enough room for my small lawn. Finally, you can check the battery life whenever you like by pressing the charge indicators. As you can buy spare batteries, I would recommend investing in a couple of back-ups if you have a bigger garden, so that you never run out of juice. However, with an easy 40 minutes of cutting time from the 4.0Ah batteries, the average garden will definitely be covered, and bigger lawns won’t be a stretch – especially in Eco mode.