Greenworks 20-Inch 12 Amp Corded Lawn Mower 25022

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The GreenWorks 12 AMP Corded 20" Mower 25022 is designed to help you care for your yard without raising up a cloud of gas emissions that is harmful to you and the environment. It has a zero carbon footprint and provides all the power you need without polluting the air or forcing you to keep hauling your gas can to the nearest station. This corded lawn mower runs on a 12-amp motor and features a durable steel cutting deck with a wide cutting path that cuts 1-3/4" to 3-1/2". It is also mulching capable thanks to the included mulch plug. It has a side discharge chute and a rear collection bag. The GreenWorks electric lawn mower moves easily across your yard on its 7" front wheels and 10" rear wheels. When you finish, the easy cam lock on the handle facilitates folding and storage.

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Greenworks 20-Inch 12 Amp Corded Lawn Mower 25022

Greenworks 20" Electric-Powered Lawn Mower, Green:
  • Side discharge chute (included)
  • Mulching capable (mulch plug included)
  • 20" cutting path
  • 12 amp motor
  • Rear bagging capable (collection bag included)
  • 7-position single lever height adjustment
  • Cuts 1-3/4" - 3-1/2"
  • Durable steel cutting deck
  • 7" front wheels
  • 10" rear wheels
  • Easy cam lock on handle allows for easy folding and storage
  • Cord lock prevents cord from disconnecting
  • GreenWorks electric lawn mower has zero carbon footprint
  • No emissions
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Limited 4-year warranty
  • Model# 25022
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 Customer Reviews

Three years and 100+ mowings later
I liked this mower. I used a 14 gauge 100' cord and had no problems whatsoever until today when it suddenly quit. It blew a fuse, twice. I took good care of it, always cleaning it carefully, even the motor compartment. The first time I opened the motor compartment, after about 2 months of mowing, I found it had filled completely with grass. Concerned, I filtered the cooling slots carefully with gauze which I kept clean and replaced every year. I got three years and well over 100 mowings of my mid-sized yard and I guess that's pretty good - around a $1 a mowing and exercise to boot, which I need.

As electric mowers typically have 1/2 or less the power of gas mowers, it's best to mow often and not let the grass grow much.

This mower is much easier to push than my gas one and much less trouble, I feel. For me cord manipulation is a minor nuisance compared to the hot sun. I'll miss it and will likely buy another.CriticalOne
Good mower, but messy
I just put this mower together and used it for the first time. It weighs 56# (that's means POUNDS too kiddoes!) I wish that it was mentioned in the description. Fortunately my UPS guy put it in the back yard for me. (Thanks again UPS guy!) The only other design flaw that I have come across so far is that the grass catcher basket is not well made. Grass blows out the top and must be wiped off the machine each time the load is emptied. Can this get inside and build up causing a short out? Also there is no handle at the "back" of the basket to pull it back out of the trash bin once it has been upended to be emptied, and if you must put your cut grass into bags as we do for collection, the resulting suction makes it virtually impossible to remove!! I do not hold out much hope that the grass catcher will last as long as the machine. It is a beast to move around in the tight corners at that weight!!azcasey
Very good price, easy to assembly, easy to handle, very light and the only problem I can see is the electrical cord that you must take care of... I just cut my first one.cuqui123
Good mower
I like the mower but have a couple of complaints. (1) Who ever designed the back where the bag goes in did a BAD job. When used with bag, the clippings blow up in my face. (Yes, it is connected correctly). (2) Where the top where the motor is the clippings keep blowing in there and gets blocked. It should have more insulation on bottom of cover. I had an issue with it stopping the first time I used it but discovered it was the cord I was using. The cord was not the correct gauge and it turned its self off.TVnoway
10 Stars Rating (Lawn Mower 101)
Quick review:
1) Easy to assemble (no tools required)
2) Relatively easy to push, about the weight of a shopping cart (weighs 56 lbs)
3) Noise level of a loud fan or a gas mower
4) No gas/oil/spark plugs, no deterioration of internal parts from ethanol gas
5) Future maintenance: keep blade sharpened (or replace for about $13), brush
grass off of top & underneath (manual states do not use water)
6) No batteries to replace ($100-150 each) or mess with battery charger
7) What's not to love about the price?
8) Over 1500 positive reviews/best seller in electric corded lawn mowers
9) 7 height positions vs average of 2 on other lawn mowers
10) No cords to pull
11) Mows grass with 1 pass
12) Best of all: Walmart optional 4 year warranty (think defective/lemon product)

1) Don't run over the cord!
2) Sponge on handle is easily torn

1) Use UL approved extension cord
2) Use proper extension cord (16 gauge - 50 foot, 14 gauge - 100 foot) for electrical
safety & prevent damage to motor
3) Use 1 extension cord (DO NOT connect 2 extension cords)
4) Plug into lawn mower, then into electrical outlet
5) When finished, disconnect extension cord by hand (don't 'yank' on cord)
6) Start mowing closest to the outlet & work out (so you don't mow over cord)
7) Use gloves & safety goggles
8) Always disconnect extension cord before turning lawn mower on side to clean or
check blade
9) Mow with plenty of daylight or lighting
10) Cover handle with auto steering cover to protect sponge handle
11) DO NOT wash lawn mower/motor or underside with water
12) Store in dry area
13) DO NOT cover with plastic cover, as moisture will start corroding metal
14) DO NOT store near fertilizers or other corrosive materials
15) Do not mow wet grass

My Decision Making Process:
After considerable research, I decided on this lawn mower. I have been using a self-propelled John Deere walk behind for 28 years. It is now in the shop, so I needed an emergency lawn mower. Pull start lawn mower out of the question due to recovering from an injury. Considered electric start gas lawn mowers, but after reading about how ethanol turns into water & destroys parts in lawn mowers if gas left in tank (&/or is over 30 days old) & maintenance of storing gas lawn mower over winter, I decided to eliminate gas lawn mowers. Looked at battery lawn mowers ($400 average price) but after reading about steady decline of battery charge (think laptop or cell phone), cost of extra batteries ($100 - 150 each), decided to look at corded electric lawn mowers. The Greenworks 12 amp 20 inch corded electric lawn mower (this one) is the one I finally decided to try after reading through reviews on this website & competitor websites (over 1500 positive reviews). Still apprehensive about size & weight (due to injury/recovery), I decided to make purchase through Walmart due to ease of returning if necessary, and optional warranty (think bad/defective lawn mower). I ordered online, & received lawn mower in 3 days! Put the box on a dolly/truck, & moved to back yard. As I am a single female & recovering from injury, I had no one to help me lift lawn mower out of the box, so I did as another reviewer suggested. I put the box on the side with the bottom facing me. I slit bottom tape, slid the lawn mower box out of outside box (easy), then slit the bottom tape & opened the lawn mower box flaps. I pulled out lawn mower (still on its side), took off packaging (corrugated card board) off the wheels, I set it on the ground. (I read the instructions next, to understand how to put together (no tools required). Simply take out bolts on top of lower handle, align top handle to your preferred length/height, & re-assemble bolts about 1/2 way, so you can safely secure handle with 'lock'. Next, if not already done so, remove packing paper between lower handle & lawn mower, then tighten nuts & bolts. Rear mulching feature easy to install/remove. (Comes with a side chute that looks easy to assemble), but I prefer to catch grass as I don't want clumping.) Next, I put on the grass catcher. (Lift rear door, then hook over bar - which holds up the rear door.)
Next, set grass height (easy!). I set it to the highest so I could gradually move it down to my preferred height, & not scalp the yard.) I had purchased the wrong cord, so had to return it & buy another one: I finally purchased a 14/3 100 foot cord with a lighted female end (so I know I have electricity). I also called a local electric company to make sure I could use a 2 prong electric adapter on the electric corded lawn mower without blowing the circuit breaker. (I have a 60 year old house, 2 prong outlets, & the outlets are not grounded). The electrician said "they do not recommend using an adapter for safety reasons" & "40 years ago no one would have thought anything about it." He did say older homes were usually built with at least 15 amp outlets. After talking to some male friends, they said I should be ok as long as I use a 14 gauge for 100 feet (16 would be ok for 50 feet, but too light/not enough resistance - for 100 feet). (I was going to buy 12 gauge, but Customer Service rep at Greenworks said it wasn't necessary.) I plugged the electric cord into the lawn mower, secured it with the cord lock, & plugged into the outside electrical outlet. I tried out the lawn mower on taller grass to determine my preferable height setting. Next, I followed advice to start close & work out. I found holding cord in both hands with handle going north worked great, but only the left hand when going south to make sure I didn't run over the cord. However, when I got to the front yard & tried to do it the same way, it felt weird, so I went back to my old walking habit of working out & coming in - BIG hassle of having to stop & move cord every time or every other time. Mowing east to west & vice versa (going from south to north , or close to the plug & moving farther away) worked well when doing side yards, so I will try mowing entire front yard E2W/W2E. Experiment & see what works for you. I am really impressed with this Greenworks 12 amp 20 inch corded lawn mower. If it continues to do well all fall with leaves & such, I will be buying a Greenworks 12 amp 20 inch Snow Blower this winter, as it is expected to be colder & wetter (more snow) this winter. Wishing you all of my best with whatever lawn mower decision you make!sunshine

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