Greenworks dual blade mower. GreenWorks 25302 20” Mower Review: Worth $ For 2 Blades

GreenWorks 25302 20” Mower Review: Worth For 2 Blades?

Looking for an economical cordless lawn mower that is as hearty and reliable as its gas powered counterparts? If so, you might want to take a look at the GreenWorks 25302 20” Twin Force lawn mower. With two batteries that are not only recyclable but that last a good long while and five height settings for cutting, it might just become the next garden tool on your wish list.

What’s Included?

G-MAX 40V 20” Twin Force Mower 2 Lithium Ion Batteries (1 40V 4Ah battery; 1 40V 2Ah battery) 1 Charger Mulch Plug Rear Discharge Hard Top Bag Owner’s Manual

Who is it best for?

  • Lawns of ½ acre or less
  • Older or smaller users who don’t want the weight of a gas – powered machine
  • Those who want to mulch and cut grass with the same unit
  • Anyone who doesn’t want a cord getting in the way


Very light weight and easy to handle Nice long battery life When one battery dies, other battery automatically starts working 5 different height adjustments No cord in the way Batteries are interchangeable with other GreenWorks tools (leaf blowers, hedge trimmers, cultivators, pole saws, snow blowers)

Quick Stats

  • Overall Dimensions: 21” high x 22” wide x 32” deep
  • Deck: 20”
  • Battery: Li-Ion
  • Horsepower Rating: 2.5 for each motor
  • Blades: 2 10” blades
  • Bag Discharge: Rear
  • Wheels: 10” rear; 7” front
  • Handle: Foam padded
  • Weight: 42.5 lbs (without batteries)
  • 4Ah Battery Weight: 3 lbs
  • 2Ah Battery Weight: 1.5 lbs
  • Deck Material: 24
  • Cutting Heights: 5 – 1 3/8”, 1 7/8”, 2 3/8”, 2 7/8” and 3 3/8” (35.05mm, 47.75mm, 60.45mm, 73.15mm, 85.85mm)
  • Charger Voltage: 110V
  • Warranty: 4 years for the main unit; 2 years for the batteries


While complaints of this GreenWorks 20” don’t seem to be common, there are a few issues users have brought up. One of them is that there is no light on the mower for if you are mowing your yard in low light. While this would be an additional nifty feature, we don’t think it’s really necessary since most of us mow when it’s light outside.

Second, it won’t pick up or mulch pine cones or larger branches. It does a fine job on smaller objects and twigs, but don’t give it anything too big to eat. It will pick up and mulch pine needles, but not pine cones like those from a Douglas Fir for instance.

The only other concern is how long the batteries last. If you have a huge yard that takes you more than an hour to mow, you may want to look at using a regular gas powered machine. The two batteries combined in this one should last through about 70 minutes of mowing time, but it could be less if you have very tough or dense grass.

Is it easy to assemble?

In reviews from users who bought the Greenworks 25302, one of the things they say is really easy is putting it together. In fact, no tools are needed at all. Essentially, you just need to unfold the handle and hook on to the base. The handle is adjustable, so just connect it so it’s comfortable for your height. In fact, one reviewer said the battery came with enough charge to mow his 2400 square-foot lawn.

To get it operating, all you need to do is make sure the safety key (which comes with it) is inserted. Then push the button, then pull back the handle to start it.

How high will it cut the grass?

The highest it will cut is 3.38”, which is quite a bit higher than the 2.75” maximum of many other push or walk behind mowers. If you’re a real mowing aficionado, there might be times when you want to cut your lawn at different heights, such as shorter so the sun can reach the soil or longer to retain moisture, but most of us are happy keeping it at one length all season long.

It’s also easy to adjust for different heights. Instead of having to adjust each wheel, all you need to do is move one lever into the desired position, and you’re ready to go. It will adjust for five different cutting heights of 1.38”, 1.88”, 2.38”, 2.88”, 3.38”, so you have quite a few choices for what might work best for you.

How is the quality vs price?

Overall, this unit is a great deal for the price. Since the housing is a plastic composite, you might assume the quality isn’t so high. However, in reviews, many people say they regularly transport it to mow other yards, and it holds up well and it’s very resistant to getting dinged, dented or cracked by stones or other debris. An added bonus is that the plastic components make it incredibly light when compared with a regular gas powered or even corded electric mower.

One user was so impressed because it even cuts tough St. Augustine grass without a problem.

How good is it at mulching leaves?

The Greenworks 20” does a great job at mulching leaves as long as you don’t let them build up too deep. So, if you have just a few inches of leaves, it should work fine, but if you have quite a pile, you’ll want to rake them down into a nice even layer before attacking them with the mulcher.

Is it self-propelled?

While the 25302 is not self-propelled, it’s light enough so this feature isn’t really missed. Due to its plastic composite body, it’s really easy to both push and pull, even up and down hills if needed. In fact, it’s about 40 pounds lighter than a comparable gas mower. In many a review, users say they’re happy with it and its maneuverability. The only time reviews say it might be difficult is if you let the grass get really high; then it’s harder to push.

Is it loud or quiet?

When compared with other models, this one is an incredibly quiet machine, and it’s a whole lot quieter than a gas powered model. In fact, it’s easy to have a conversation while its running and you’re standing right next to it.

One user in her review said the motor is actually silent and the only noise comes from the spinning blades and the grass being cut. She says it does make a whirring noise when going over gravel or twigs, but that’s it. She said the noise is a lot like that of a box fan you’d put in your window.

How does it handle twigs?

While a lot of electric or battery powered machines either with or without a cord are too wimpy to handle small twigs and sticks, this one seems to do just fine. It’s not going to handle large sticks (and you wouldn’t expect it to), but small twigs are fine.

Does the bag catch all the clippings?

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Crazy 2 Blade “WIDE” Lawn Mower

In user reviews, occasionally someone will complain that the bag is not catching all of the grass clippings. There are a couple of reasons this might happen. First, make sure the bag is not full. If it is, there are nowhere for the additional clippings to go, so it must be emptied to work properly.

Second, make sure the mulching plug is not in the mower. You should have either one or the other – either the bag or the mulching plug. If the mulching plug is in, the bag will not collect the clippings.

Do I have to use the bag?

Since this is a mulching and grass cutting mower, you don’t have to use the bag to catch grass clippings if you don’t want to. Instead, you can use it like a mulcher, insert the mulch plug instead of the bag, and it will throw out the clippings.

The bag discharges clippings from the rear, as opposed to some others that discharge from the side. The reason for this is that it has two blades side by side underneath, and having it discharge to either side would get in the way of their spinning action.

Getting the bag off is also really easy, which can’t be said for some other mowers of this type. You just lift it off, empty it, and clip it right back on.

Is it easy to store?

The short answer is… yes. This model folds down to about 14” – 16” for easy storage so you can slide it under shelves in your garage or into narrow spaces. As far as hanging it on a while, that’s doable as well as long as the bracket on which you hang it is attached to some sturdy wall studs.

As far as standing it up to store it – that’s not recommended as it would be very unstable in that position since the mowing deck is wider than the wheels.

Does the height adjustment raise all the wheels?

Yes, when you adjust the cutting height, all four wheels get either raised or lowered.

Fixing a Greenworks 25302 Battery-Powered Mower That Won’t Start

How does it handle dusty or sandy yards?

If you live in Florida or even in a more desert-like climate, you might notice your lawn care tools get very dusty and dirty very quickly and can get gummed up. This raises the question as to whether this is a problem with the GreenWorks 25302 Twin Force.

People who have owned this machine for a few years say that yes, it does get dirty (like any lawnmower of course), but all you need to do is hose it off, and it’ll be like new again. As for handle grass with sparse or sandy patches, it works very well. It even chops down tough weeds.

Does it make a nice even cut?

If you don’t let the grass get too high, you’ll be in good shape as far as getting an even cut. However, if you’ve let the grass get really long, you’ll likely need to make a few passes for it to look even. In reviews, it’s said it cuts just as good as any gas mower as long as you keep the blades sharp.

One of the ways it’s able to provide a consistent cut is its sensory technology. This technology senses how tough or high the grass is and adjusts the power output accordingly. So, if you’re going over a flat area with low grass, it won’t put out as much in the way of RPMs, and if it hits a tougher spot, it ramps up the power to keep up.

How does it handle thick grass?

If your lawn is very thick or dense, this is a very valid concern. The answer is that it seems to do just fine. You just have to go a bit slower to allow the blades to cut. Going slower also means the batteries will run down faster than they would if you had a “normal” yard. Still, it does run up to 70 minutes on one charge, so as long as you don’t have a huge yard, you should be just fine.

One review by a man who has several thousand square feet of thick grass that hadn’t been cut in two months said he went a bit slower and made two passes – the first with the cut level set higher and had no problem getting it done.

It also helps if you wait until the grass is dry before cutting it – that way the blades work more efficiently, and it won’t take as long.

Are the blades strong and durable?

Really, the blades on this cordless model are just as good as the standard. You can sharpen them just the same as you would any lawn mower blade to keep them at peak efficiency.

Most users say they’ve used it for a full year without sharpening the blades, and it’s still working great. It’s good to know though that experts recommend sharpening the blades on your lawn mower twice per season to keep them in great working order and your lawn looking good.

How does it work on uneven ground?

Really, they work just as well as a single blade unit. The blades are recessed above the bottom of the deck, so if you’re on uneven ground, the deck might be more likely to hit the ground, but as long as the blades can reach the grass, you’ll still be fine.

Cutting blades vs cords or lines – which is best?

While some cordless and electric machines use a cord or string or line like you might find on a standard weed wacker or trimmer, this one uses blades like a regular fuel powered lawnmower. The blades are steel and can be sharpened as well. The blades are twin blades, meaning it has two ten-inch by two-inch blades side by side, and they cut well.

How is the extended battery life?

Many users have asked if you should store the batteries in the mower for extended periods of time (like throughout the winter). The answer is no, especially if you store the machine outside. While the battery compartments keep water out and the lithium ion batteries aren’t harmed by extreme heat or cold, it’s best to keep the protected and stored indoors if the lawnmower’s going to sit for a long time. Some people say the batteries have retained a full charge even after sitting for more than four months.

For seasonal use, the manufacturer recommends storing the batteries at half charge outside of the mowing unit if you’re storing them for more than four months. Look for two lights on the battery to see the amount of charge. You can even leave them on the charger as long as it is unplugged.

As far as the extended life of the batteries, they do come with a two year manufacturer’s warranty, so if they die prior to that time, you can get them replaced. Their life really depends on how much and how often they are used, but the manufacturer estimates they will last at least six years when purchased new.

How long do the batteries last?

With the two Lithium Ion batteries it comes with combined, you can expect about 70 minutes of mowing time. This is plenty to mow a whole lot of yard! If you want it to last a little bit longer, you can purchase an additional 4Ah battery. Using that combined with the one included, you’ll extend the time by approximately 15-20 minutes. If you don’t need as much, you don’t need to keep both batteries in at the same time for it to work – you can just use one or the other.

This model also has an automatic switch over feature, meaning that if you have both batteries in place and one runs out of juice, within one second it will switch to the power of the other battery to keep running.

One user review from a man who has a huge uneven lawn says he hasn’t noticed any uneven areas at all, and he can easily mow his 5,000 square foot yard without draining both batteries. The good news is you don’t have to wait until they are completely depleted prior to charging them. According to the manufacturer, their lithium ion batteries do not have a memory effect, and charging them when they’re not fully depleted won’t do any damage.

Another great thing about the batteries that are included is that they are compatible with other GreenWorks products like their hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, pole saws and cultivators. It takes about 120 minutes to charge each one, and you’ll know when it’s ready because the light on the charger will turn from red to green.

How easy is it to use the batteries?

One complaint about the batter is that in one review, the user had trouble getting the battery into the charger. For safety and to ensure a good connection, the battery snaps into place in the charging cradle, so you need to make sure it’s really in there so it will charge. When it’s seated correctly, you’ll hear a click and the charging light will go on. It takes about two and a half hours for the batteries to charge.

One user asked if this Greenworks model can be run from an extension cord, and the answer is no. It will only operate on the batteries. This is great if you don’t want a cord getting in the way. If you’re looking for a corded model, it’s best to buy a different machine.

Can the batteries be recycled?

Yes – they can. The owner’s manual recommends contacting your local waste disposal company or agencies for directions on where to take them when the time comes.

How good is it in terms of safety?

The main safety feature is the incorporated right into the handle. In order to start it, you need to push the button, and then pull back on the handle. If you let the handle drop while mowing, it will shut off. There is no safety key (the previous model had one), as it’s not necessary with this updated feature.

There are things you can do to prevent accidental startup, though it’s hard to have one of those. However, if you have kids or others around that you don’t want starting the mower just for play, all you need to do is remove the batteries, and this can’t happen.

How much will the bag hold?

According to the manufacturer, the clippings bag can hold up to 52 liters or 1.5 bushels (14 liquid gallons) before it needs to be emptied.

Do the wheels have ball bearings?

This model does not use ball bearings in the wheels. Instead, there is a sleeve, which seems just as dependable according to user reviews.

What is Twin Force?

The twin force part of this mower just means there are two motors working together driving two separate blades. This creates more power and impact than a single motor or blade, thus making cutting your lawn easier and more efficient.

What’s the difference between the 25302 20” Vs the 25223 19” model?

There are a few main differences in these models. The main difference aside from the smaller cutting deck is that the 19” model has smaller blades, so it has less rotational weight that allows for slower revolutions per minute when you need less. It also only has one blade powered by one battery. In user reviews, it is said that the dual blades of the 20” Twin Force make a smoother cut. The other big difference is that while they both offer mulching and bagging features, the 25223 discharges clippings from the side rather than the rear of the unit. The 20” 25302 also has Smart cutting technology, so overall it does a slightly better job of cutting the grass in that it makes the mowing more efficient.

What’s the difference between the 20” model and the 25322 model with a 16” deck?

Really, the only difference here is in the size. If you have a larger lawn, you may want the wider cutting deck so you can make less passes. However, if you have tighter areas to squeeze through or a steep hill, the smaller one may be a better choice since it’s lighter in weight and thus easier to maneuver and push.

Overall Impressions

The GreenWorks 25302 rechargeable twin force mower is a great investment if you want a lightweight machine without the hassle of a cord. The batteries last a good long while, and it cuts just as well as any gas powered lawnmower. People who have smaller yards (about ½ acre or less) love these for their ease of use and consistency. However, if you’re set on having the constant power of a corded model, it’s best to shop for a different electric option.

Overall, reviews rate this model at 4.5 out of 5 stars, and with good reason. It’s easy to use and maintain for people of all ages – even if you aren’t that strong. As long as you keep the batteries charged up and the blades sharp, it will keep your grass looking neat for years to come.

GreenWorks 25302 G-MAX Battery Lawn Mower Review

With the Rapid improvement in battery and electric motor technology, the cordless lawn mower category is quickly filling up with top quality products, and our testing of the GreenWorks G-Max mower has really awoken us as to just how good a cordless mower can be.

Not all that long a ago battery powered lawn mowers were nothing more than a gimmick, but with the latest jumps forward in lawn mower battery technology they really are now a serious contender if you are in the market for a new lawn mower.

Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. However, this does not impact our reviews and comparisons. All opinions are our own we pride ourselves on keeping our articles fair and balanced. For more info see our disclosure statement.

Read on to learn more about why we think you should seriously consider the GreenWorks G-Max cordless mower.

See our review summary here or continue reading the entire post for the in-depth review.

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Greenworks 25302 G-MAX 40v Review

Greenworks G-Max Batteries

One of the most frustrating things about battery lawn mowers is that they just always seem to run out of battery too quickly.

Well the Greenworks G-MAX 40V electric mower has found away around this frustration, and it really is such a simple solution.

Greenworks have been able to offer up to 70 minutes of run time  out of the G-Max 40v by using two batteries – at the same time!

It features a state of the art battery switching system, so that when one goes dead it automatically switches over the charged battery and you can keep mowing.

The batteries are of the Lithium-Ion type which means that you don’t have to worry about them building up a memory and losing their charge capacity.

There is one thing about the batteries that may be confusing to some people, the two included batteries are different. They both fit the Greenworks G-MAX mower, but they are different capacities. One is 2 Ah and the other is 4Ah. I’m not really sure why they did it this way, I guess it was a way to get the run time up to 70 minutes but keeping costs down.

Our only complaint when dealing with the battery system, is that the included charger only fits one battery at a time. This can be a bit frustrating if you do have a larger lawn to mow and you need to wait for two batteries to charge.

Battery specs got you confused? Check out our power tools battery guide.

Out Of The Box Storage

If you are worried about there being too much assembly of Greenworks G-MAX 40v Electric Mower out of the box, then don’t. The setup is relatively painless and you can have it up and ready to go in about 5 minutes. Then you just need to charge the batteries of course!

The mower has a mulching plug that is pre-installed, you will need to remove this if you don’t want to use the mulching feature.

The procedure to store the mower is fairly simple, the handle folds up quickly and easily and it stores away nice and neat.

The manual does recommend that if you are storing it for any length of time, you charge the battery at least every 2 months.

Cutting Power

The Greenworks G-MAX 40V Mower uses a twin blade cutting system, which we found are a great feature.

We also thought the mulching functionality was top notch, even when mowing over sticks and other items that fall out of trees – the twin blades make short work of it. With just grass, there are no visible clippings left anyway on the lawn.

A 20 inch cutting deck saves you time (and your legs) as well. Because it is a little wider than most of the other electric mowers on the market, so mowing your lawns will require less passes.

The single height adjustment lever means it is super easy to adjust the cutting height of your mower in one action. There is no need to adjust each wheel individually.

Feature – Auto-Throttle

The Greenworks G-Max has a built in autothrottle, which automatically adjust power to the cutting blades so the mower is not working harder than it has to. This maximizes battery run time and will also likely lengthen the life of the electric mower due to it not running at full throttle all the time.

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In theory, this is a great idea. However, we found that the autothrottle can be a little slow to react when you hit a thicker or longer patch of grass. This meant that the mower would struggle for a few seconds until the autothrottle kicked in and powered up the mower. It’s more of an annoyance than a real problem, but it should be mentioned.


If you don’t think the G25302 is for you, then check out these popular alternatives.

Greenworks 80V MO80L410 Mower

If you are after a bit more power, then the Greenworks 80V mower is probably what you want.

This is one seriously powerful lawn mower. You can read our Greenworks 80v Mower review here.

SunJoe ION16LMCT Mower

If you are wanting something a bit cheaper, then the SunJoe cordless mower is a great alternative.

It does have a smaller cutting width, but it is still a great little mower.

Greenworks G25302 – Should You Buy It?

The Greenworks 40V range of tools are great, and the G25302 is no exception to this. It has all the features you need and most of them work really well.

It is also priced very competitively and will give almost any competitor a run for their money. You won’t be disappointed with this lawn mower.

  • CORDLESS 20” LAWN MOWER – Get more done, faster, with Greenworks electric lawn mowers. This 40V push mower provides the power you need with up to 45 minutes of run-time on a fully charged 4.0Ah and 2.0Ah battery.Brushless motor : No
  • LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY TO USE – a lightweight 20” cutting deck allows for easy maneuvering through small to medium yards (up to ½ acre) more efficiently
  • TWIN BLADES. offer better cut quality, superior mulching, and bagging capabilities
  • AUTO SWITCH / Smart CUT TECHNOLOGY – dual battery ports with auto switch allows for uninterrupted mowing. Smart cut technology adjusts for power or runtime based on the thickness of your grass
  • MAINTENANCE FREE – This walk behind lawn mower is virtually maintenance free, with no gas, no oil, and no emissions. It starts instantly and is quiet, but delivers gas-like power for your toughest projects

Greenworks 25302 Review: How Good is This Dual Battery Electric Mower?

The Greenworks 25302 electric lawn mower might be precisely what you need for keeping your yard in shape, but how can you be sure?

Reading this review will help answer the questions you have about this Greenworks electric mower so you can make a wise buying decision about this machine.

In this review, you’ll learn all the crucial facts about this battery-powered Greenworks twin force lawn mower and what it can and cannot do.

So read on and learn the details you need to know before buying.

  • Pros and Cons
  • Product Highlights
  • – Greenworks 25302 Review
  • – Multi-Tool Compatible Batteries
  • – Simple Operation
  • Dual Cutting Blades
  • – Ultra-Lightweight
  • – Minimal Assembly
  • – Bottom Line
  • – Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • – Robust Motor With Push-button Start
  • – Cutting Deck and Blades
  • – Bagging and Mulching
  • – Easy Storage
  • – Size and Weight
  • – Noise Level
  • – Warranty
  • Is it okay to leave Greenworks 25302 mower battery on charger?
  • How long does it take to charge a Greenworks 25302 mower battery?
  • Does the Greenworks 25302 mower battery go bad if not used?

Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
Two battery ports for extended power and runtime Hard to push on soft ground
Lightweight and easy to push Battery can be hard to remove
Exceptionally quiet
Push button start

Product Highlights

This Greenworks cordless lawn mower is an exception among battery-powered mowers because it has a dual battery port for extraordinary power and extended runtime.

The extra battery gives this mower one of the most extended runtimes of all battery-driven mowers – up to 70 minutes – which is often enough time to mow an average-sized lawn without stopping to recharge or swap dead batteries for a fresh one.

  • Comes with one 4 Ah and one 2 Ah battery and a charger
  • 20 inch cutting width
  • Dual blades for manicured cut
  • Bags or mulches cut grass
  • Manual push-style propulsion

– Greenworks 25302 Review

Battery-powered lawn mowers are becoming increasingly popular because they don’t involve handling and storing gasoline, breathing fumes, or adding to air pollution problems.

Battery mowers like the Greenworks 25302 are also extremely quiet compared to gas-powered yard equipment. However, one downside is that many models do not have long runtimes compared to their gasoline counterparts.

This Greenworks 25302 is different because it has a battery port for two power packs that extend the runtime up to 70 minutes in average conditions compared to approximately 40 minutes or less for most other battery mowers.

The extra half-hour of runtime allows for mowing an average lawn without needing to stop and recharge the batteries or invest in expensive backup power supplies.

– Multi-Tool Compatible Batteries

Another advantage of this mower is that the batteries are compatible with numerous other Greenworks power tools, including leaf blowers, power washers, chain saws, hedge trimmers, snowblowers, and more.

This mower comes with one 4 Ah battery and one 2 Ah battery, so you have tons of choices of other Greenworks power tools you can use with these batteries.

The cross-compatibility of batteries with this mower is a huge benefit for anyone who already owns other Greenworks devices or is considering investing in them. The only downside with the batteries is that some buyers report they are hard to insert and remove from the port.

– Simple Operation

Compared to most gas mowers, another plus for this mower is the simplicity of operator controls. To start this machine, all you need to do is put the fully-charged batteries into the battery port, push a start button, and away you go. There is no need to adjust a throttle or set any other controls before you start mowing.

In addition, when the mower encounters an area with tall grass or challenging weeds, the throttle automatically ramps up to a higher power level to tackle the job using the SmartCut™ system.

You don’t need to do anything except keep on pushing the mower. When you get through the rugged area, the mower once again automatically adjusts the power output to match the terrain. This feature makes it easy on the operator, and it saves battery power, giving you the longest possible runtime per battery charge.

– Dual Cutting Blades

Another unique feature of this mower is the dual blades cutting system for a clean cut. Most small mowers like this only have a single cutting blade, but the two-blade system gives you a streamlined cutting experience that’s hard to find in a 20 inch electric mower. In addition, the dual blades make this mower exceptionally good for mulching.

– Ultra-Lightweight

One more outstanding feature of this Greenworks 40 volt mower is the machine’s weight. It weighs 42.5 pounds, about 30 pounds less than a comparable gas mower. This low weight is crucial because it is a push mower, and the operator has to use muscle power to move it around.

This machine’s light weight makes it easy to push this mower without straining and getting tired out in a hurry. Another advantage of the low weight is that it is easy to turn the mower on its side so you can clean it out under the deck.

Since this mower does not have a deck washout port, the simplicity of getting under the deck to clean it is a significant advantage.

– Minimal Assembly

A final benefit of this mower is that it requires almost zero assembly. Once you get it out of the box, a few simple adjustments to the handlebar is all it needs before it’s ready to go.

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Of course, you do need to charge up the batteries, and the included charger only fits one battery at a time. However, the charger powers up a battery in about 40 minutes. so you don’t have to wait long to get mowing.

The machine comes with one 40 volt 4Ah and one 2Ah battery. a rear-mounting collection bag, a mulching plug, one charger, and the owner’s manual, so you’ll have all the information you need on how to care for this mower properly. The owner’s manual also includes crucial information about the warranty.

– Bottom Line

If you have a small lawn and mostly flat terrain, this mower’s low weight and long runtime are distinct advantages. In addition, you won’t be exposed to hazardous fumes and the hassles of buying, storing, and pouring gasoline.

Finally, the quiet operation of this machine is something you, your family, and your neighbors are likely to appreciate.

Breakdown of Greenworks Twin Force Mower

– Lithium-Ion Batteries

This mower has two battery ports: one for the 4 Ah battery and another for the 2 Ah battery, giving you an astonishingly long runtime for a battery-powered lawnmower.

The two battery system in this mower automatically switches the power source from one battery to the other without you needing to do anything. Both batteries are included in with the purchase of the mower.

The G-Max 40 volt 4Ah and 2 Ah lithium-ion batteries that come with this mower can also be used in 40 other Greenworks tools. This interchangeability of the power packs is a significant advantage for anyone who already owns other devices made by this company or is thinking of buying them.

The advantage of having backup batteries from other tools is you don’t need to wait around for the lawnmower battery to recharge because you can charge up multiple power packs before you start mowing the lawn.

However, since the batteries included with this lawnmower can power the machine for up to 70 minutes. you are likely to get your whole lawn trimmed before running out of power on the first charge.

– Robust Motor With Push-button Start

The robust electric motor inside this lawnmower can easily cut a lawn up to one-third of an acre. Nonetheless, how much battery time you will get depends on the mowing conditions. The motor automatically senses when it needs more power to get through tough grass or weeds, and situations like this use up the battery charge more quickly.

– Cutting Deck and Blades

The dual blades under the deck ensure a fine cut, and the narrow 20 inch cutting width makes it straightforward to get this mower into tight spaces such as between planting boxes and around play equipment.

The two-blade cutting system is also a benefit when mulching and bagging clippings because the pieces of grass are shredded into tiny bits. In addition, the finely cut grass fits more tightly into the collection bag, and they are almost invisible on the lawn when mulching.

Many other mowers have deck height adjustment levers on each wheel or one lever on each side of the machine for changing the cutting height. Another advantage of this mower is that adjusting the cutting deck height is exceptionally straightforward, using a single lever that raises and lowers the entire deck.

The single-lever deck adjustment is a meaningful benefit for people who do not want to struggle with levers and adjustments on their lawnmower to get the job done the way they want it.

– Bagging and Mulching

This Greenworks mower comes with a rear collection bag that readily snaps into place, so you can pick up the grass trimmings as you mow if that’s your preference. It can also mulch by removing the bag and installing a mulching plug in the opening where the bag attaches.

When using the mulching feature, the grass stays on the lawn, shredded into minuscule pieces that add nutrients back into the soil, reduce the cost and time for applying lawn fertilizer. and relieve you of the task of emptying the collection bag or raking up lawn trimmings.

However, one thing this mower does not do well is discharged cuttings. If you remove the bag and don’t install the mulch plug, the mower tends to blow out clumps of grass that can be a nuisance on the lawn, so this machine does not qualify as a proper 3-in-1 mower.

– Easy Storage

Because this mower is so light and the handles fold down over the top of the deck, it’s convenient and straightforward to store the machine in a tight space in your garage, tool shed, or even in a closet inside the house.

When storing the mower for longer than two months, the manufacturer recommends charging the batteries every two months to preserve the battery lifespan.

– Size and Weight

This mower is compact and light, measuring only 29.2 inches long, 20.6 inches wide, and 19.5 inches high. making it easy to store in the garage or toolshed. In addition, because it uses batteries and not gasoline, you can even store this machine inside the house in a closet without the worry of hazardous and smelly fumes.

The low weight of 42.5 pounds is significantly less than almost any other mower you can find on the market, and this is also an advantage for convenient storage and transport. In addition, since this is a push mower, the low weight makes it ultra-easy to move the machine around on the lawn.

– Noise Level

Another significant advantage of an electric mower is the low noise level. Gas mowers make an unpleasant racket that can disturb the neighbors and family when you want to mow early on a weekend morning.

In addition, some homeowner associations have limits on the allowable decibel range for power equipment used by residents, and many gas mowers exceed these limits. However, you won’t have that problem with this Greenworks electric mower because the battery power makes it incredibly quiet.

– Warranty

This electric Greenworks lawnmower comes with a four-year warranty. and the batteries have a two-year contract from the manufacturer. This prolonged warranty period is one of the most extended you can find for any lawnmower.

In addition, it provides peace of mind about investing in yard equipment that uses relatively new technology.


Is it okay to leave Greenworks 25302 mower battery on charger?

It is safe to leave the Greenworks 25302 mower battery on the charger without causing damage.

How long does it take to charge a Greenworks 25302 mower battery?

Charging time for the Greenworks 25302 mower battery typically ranges from a few hours to overnight.

Does the Greenworks 25302 mower battery go bad if not used?

Greenworks 25302 mower battery may deteriorate if not used for extended periods, but proper maintenance can help prevent this.


In this Greenworks 25302 review. you read about the many positive features of this battery-powered lawnmower and how it works.

The most important points to keep in mind are that this machine is not self-propelled. so it is most suitable for people who like a bit of a workout when mowing the lawn.

In addition, this machine is best for relatively flat surfaces due to the small wheels and manual operation.

However, if you have a small, mostly flat yard and you want a mower that is quiet, ultra-simple to use, and free from obnoxious fumes and gas, this machine has a lot to offer.

In addition, the interchangeability of batteries with so many other Greenworks tools is a significant selling point for anyone who already owns multiple devices made by this manufacturer.

Is Greenworks Pro 21-Inch 80V Cordless Lawn Mower a Good Choice for your Garden? (Video and InfoGraphic)

Are you tired of using gasoline-powered mowers that generate pollution? If you are, this GreenWorks 80v is what you want. It is much more convenient than a gas-powered mower since you do not have to mix fuel with oil, there are no fumes to worry about, and it does not make any noise. There are so many advantages to using this mower.

The 80-volt lawn mower is an electric push mower. It’s like a gas mower, but the thick grass you’re cutting is the only thing it burns. It has an 80V battery that charges in about 4 hours. It sets on your regular household electric outlet using the charging cord that comes with the mower.

One of the more recently self-propelled mowers to come onto the scene is the Greenworks 21-inch model. As a brand, Greenworks is a subsidiary of global power tools manufacturer Black Decker.

Main Features

The GreenWorks Pro 80V cordless electric lawnmower is lightweight, easy to use, and perfect for your small-scale property. It has four-blade settings, so you can choose the one that best suits your lawn. Whether you want to grass catcher bag, mulch, discharge, or rear discharge, this lawnmower has it all.

Dual Blade System

The GreenWorks 80v lawnmower features a 20″ steel mower deck with a dual blade system. The dual blades cut your thick grass up to 50% faster than a single-blade mower. In addition, the side-discharge cuts grass blades up to 2-3/4″ long, and 80% of clippings end up in the rear bag.

The best way to get your lawn clippings out of the lawnmower is to use a thick lawn catcher bag. The first step is easy: if you have a wide-mouth can, lift the bag and shake it to your heart’s content to get the stuff out. But what if you don’t? Place a bag over the bagger with the grass, flip it upside down, and shake.

I always pour my taller grass upside down and in from the top: it’s the easiest way to put it in but hard to get out. So I prepare a large trash bag with a scoop of wet grass and then collect my lawn clippings one handful at a time. That means I can avoid spilling the whole grass bag and stay motivated to finish the job.

Thick Grass Cutting Blade Performance: Smart Cut Technology

Greenworks has been making cordless electric mowers for quite a while, but the Pro, 21-inch 80v, is their latest model. It’s one of the most straightforward and intuitive cordless lawnmowers I’ve used. The power output is outstanding, the cutting power is excellent, and it didn’t let me down in the heat, which was one of my main concerns when testing it in the summer.

7-Position Height Adjustment Cordless Mower

The Greenworks 80V Cordless Lawn Mower with single lever 7-position height adjustment is a great way to mow this summer. This lawnmower has a 21-inch expansive cutting deck, mulch, or side discharge chute and is powered by a high-capacity 80V battery. It can cut up to 12,000 square feet on one charge.

Durable Battery System

There are plenty of reasons to choose the Greenworks mower. It’s powered by a durable 80-volt battery system, making it the frontrunner in the electric lawnmower market. Unpack the box, charge the two batteries for 16 hours, and then enjoy hassle-free mowing for up to an hour! It sounds too good to be true? We didn’t think so either.

The Greenworks rechargeable lawn mower is one of the best cordless electric mowers on the market. It has a powerful 80V battery that can mow up to 6,000 square feet on a single charge. It features an 11-inch rear wheel and a 7-inch front wheel for maximum traction on any surface, including hills. These mowers cut grass smoother than gas-powered mowers, with no emissions or fumes.

I store my battery inside during the winter. The cold air and snow can affect the way your battery operates. If you’re lucky, it can be recharged. It is vital to keep your charger at home and leave your battery on the charger when it’s not in use. Giving batteries a little time to warm up can make them work better, increasing the product’s life.

We hear your concerns about the long battery life. As you may know, there are two modes on the powerful mower: high power and low power. It intelligently senses when you need more energy and enters low-power mode for longer runtime, but it’s easy to confuse the two. The electric mower should be throttling up and down in energy modes, but most people hear it go to low power and think it’s defective. The energy-saving mode is meant!

Easy to use

This rechargeable electric lawn mower is powerful and easy to use. If safety is a concern, this model has a

hand sensor that will not let you start the machine until the safety key is in place.

This lawnmower is excellent. I can fold the handles in place, put on the bagger attachment, and go. It does what my gas mowers can do, and I can move it around quickly. It weighs next to nothing, easily folds up, and stores vertically. Cleaning and inspecting the blade are easy with this lawnmower too. It also folds up quickly if I need to transport it.

Powerful Brushless Motor

The cordless lawn mower features a powerful brushless motor that generates more torque, which means it’s more powerful and quieter than standard mowers. In addition, it has a large capacity battery that delivers more power and torque with fewer recharges, and it’s fast. This self-propelled mower is great for going over bumpy terrain and hills.

The electric motor is, of course, quieter than a gas engine. It’s also more environmentally friendly. You can start it quickly and keep it running, and it’s so quiet you don’t want to stop! The only issue? The sticker on the motor housing. It has a wrinkle in it, which their team of designers is aware of but can’t fix at this point. They should at least make the sticker of better quality.

Environmentally Friendly Lawn Mowers

The Greenworks pro lawn mower is an excellent example of an environmentally friendly, powerful, and efficient machine. They have designed this mower with a 21-inch cutting steel deck and an 80V 4.0Ah battery to allow the user to cut very tall grass up to 5 times on a single charge. In addition, the 21-inch cutting deck and 80V 4.0Ah battery give you a 10% faster cut than the previous generation of Greenworks mowers.

This self-propelled model is excellent and easy to assemble. It has a strong design that is well executed. The blades are curved up on the backside. They are designed so that the user finds them easy to use and quickly insert or remove from the post. There is a convenient handle for the product, which is helpful for ease of use. The brushless design has a smooth finish and is well executed.

Amazon Best Seller

We looked at various user reviews and tested it to bring you the best possible evaluation of this cordless mower. This Amazon Best Seller is affordable, and we found that it works great for small to medium lawns. It can handle light and medium-duty mowing and does not require gas or oil!

  • The battery charger includes a fan to keep the battery cool
  • It easily folds up for compact storage
  • This cordless electric mower cuts and mulches very well
  • No messy, smelly gas or oil needed
  • Single lever height adjustment is a beautiful thing
  • It’s not very loud, especially when compared to a gas-powered mower
  • Easy to store in the upright position
  • The cutting height is effortless to adjust.
  • The safety lock-out button is up to the mark
  • The handle folds, but not without some occasional imperfections
  • The bolt and knob assembly is difficult to understand
  • The font size of the instructions is too small


Never use a gas weed trimmer

Never cut one blade with this defective machine

I know you’re busy and don’t have time to look for a trimmer, but I did it for you. The EGO carbon fiber straight shaft is terrific, and there’s also the EGO leaf blower and EGO lawnmower. I understand it’s tough to get the 4.0Ah battery right now, but you should get one or two of them once it arrives.

How does it compare to other brands in the same category?

There are a few factors to consider when comparing the Greenworks 17 Inch 40V Cordless Lawn Mower to other brands in the same category. Firstly, the mower has a much smaller battery than some of the other models. This means it will only have an operational time of around 15 minutes before recharging. It also has a lower power output, which may make it less powerful than some other lawnmowers on the market.

One trendy model is the 17-inch 40V Cordless Lawn Mower. This machine is comparable to other brands in its category, including the 7-inch 40V Cordless Lawn Mower. In terms of specs, they both have a maximum speed of 5 mph and a cutting width of 19 inches. They also have similar battery life – around 20 minutes for each charge.

In terms of price, it’s one of the cheapest lawnmowers on the market. And, considering its quality and features, it’s definitely worth the money. As for comparison purposes, we think it compares favorably to other brands in its category, such as the Ryobi 18 Inch 36V Cordless and the Honda HRR216KXKA lawn mower. All three of these mowers offer good value for money and are highly reliable.

Another difference between these two models is their weight and portability. The 7 Inch model is slightly heavier (7 pounds versus 6 pounds) but more portable (it can be folded for more accessible storage).

Overall, these two models are fairly comparable and would make good choices for people looking for a mid-range cordless lawnmower that is both environmentally friendly and powerful enough to handle most types of lawn grass.

Is the battery enough to last the entire cut?

The battery in the Greenworks 17 Inch should last around 45 minutes per charge, which is enough time to cut a standard lawn. However, it’s always best to check the battery’s level before starting the mower, so you’re not left stranded halfway through your cut.

In addition, make sure you keep an eye on the mower’s speed and height settings. If you see signs that the battery is running out of juice, adjust the speed or height to finish your cut as quickly as possible.

Does it have a speed control mode?

Yes, the Greenworks Pro 21-inch mower has a speed control mode. This allows you to adjust the speed of the lawn mower depending on the type of grass you’re cutting.

Final Words:

Looking for the perfect propelled lawn mower? You should try the Greenworks Cordless Lawn Mower! It’s the best product for saving money on gas, and it’s cordless, meaning you can work on your gardens without getting tangled in a cord.

If you have any questions about the Greenworks lawn mower review, our experts will be happy to help. Just contact us!

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