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Summer is right around the corner...and that means your outdoor chores are about to get real. Luckily, Amazon has a bunch of Greenworks products, from lawnmowers to hedge trimmers, on sale for up to 30 percent off—but the deals end tonight.
You can feel good about the gear, too: Greenworks items have a zero carbon footprint.
Finally, a lawnmower that frees you from gasoline. This battery-powered electric machine—on sale for a whopping $120 off—has a fierce motor and push-button start for ease. And reviewers can’t get enough.
“This is a great mower,” raved a shopper. “It's powerful enough to get through my rather thick grass even when I've let it get taller than I should. I LOVE having a quiet, efficient, easy-to-use mower that doesn't belch smoke or require me to buy gas. The two-battery system is great—I can do my front and back yard twice before both batteries are exhausted.”
This powerful 40-volt pole saw is a winner. It has an adjustable handle to give you the perfect angle based on your height. And it gets the job done, as this reviewer can attest.
“I already bought the [Greenworks] trimmer and was so impressed that I bought the hedge trimmer,” a thrilled shopper wrote. “The 80volt is as powerful as gas without the inconvenience. I will never go back to gas.”
This hedge trimmer ($60 off) is cordless, so you can tweak out-of-control hedges without worrying about wires. Just pick it up and go, and your lawn will look immaculate in no time—thanks to its powerful 40-volt rechargeable and removable battery pack. Best part? You can do a full hour of yard work on one charge.
“Unbeleivable how well this machine cuts,” shared an excited Amazon reviewer. “Never had anything that even comes close.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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