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Green Machine cordless lawn mower review

Green Machine cordless lawn mower review

Green machine aims for high value in the mid-range price range

You may have noticed a new outdoor power equipment brand popping up while searching the Home Depot website: Green Machine. We got hold of both Green Machine cordless lawn mower models to see where they fit into the wider range of wireless options and whether one fits your lawn well.

Green machine battery-powered lawn mower performance

Green machine cordless lawn mower

Green Machine has two mowers to choose from. One is a slider and the other is self-propelled. Apart from the drive system, the two mowers are very similar.

Green Machine uses a 62-volt brushless motor to power its 22-inch blade. It is a larger blade than most cordless lawn mowers use. Despite the extra load, the engine is able to keep the blade in motion at high speeds even in our thick St. Augustine grass. Even in areas that we allowed to grow a few extra days, the mower did an excellent job of mowing without dropping the driving speed down to a creep.

Green machine 62V battery

Green Machine says to expect up to 45 minutes of driving time on each 4.0 Ah battery (90 minutes with two batteries) and could cut 1/2 acre with the two included in the set. Grass thickness, heat and humidity can all affect this, so if you have thick, fast-growing grass, you should plan close to 30 minutes of mowing with a 4.0 Ah battery in the summer.

* Note that the push mower comes with one battery and the self-propelled model comes with two.

Everything you need for mulching, bag and side ejection comes in the box. Both mowers use a real side ejection instead of a rear bracket that attaches to the excavator connection. If you mow overgrown grass or simply prefer side discharge, you get better distribution than many battery-powered models.

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Green machine Battery-powered self-propelled lawnmower Design notes

Self-propelled drive system

Speed ​​control

Green Machine uses a dial to set the driving speed. The strange thing is that there is no separate drive engagement rod, and it is a rear-wheel drive system. This means that there is no quick way to stop the drive wheels when turning sideways from turning the disc down to zero and then pushing it up again when the turn is complete. The good thing is that the disc placement is easy to adjust on the go. Still, there is something the design team needs to tackle in the next version.

This is of course not a problem on the push mower.

There is an “SP” button on the left that is for connecting the self-propelled drive for transport without turning on the blade.

Single point tire height adjustment

Single point height adjustment

Tire adjustments are a piece of cake thanks to a one-point adjustment lever. The large handle is easy to grasp and the movement is easier than most mowers we have tested. The range is excellent with six levels starting at 1 1/4 inches on the low side and 3 3/4 inches on the highest setting.

Vertical storage

Like many cordless models, both Green Machine mowers are stored vertically by folding the handle forward. Just turn the same lock knobs you use to adjust the height of the handle, fold the handle forward until the locks click into place, and raise it. It is super simple and saves a lot of floor space in the garage.

LED indicators

Green machine cordless lawn mower

Right behind the battery housing there are 4 LED indicators. By reading from left to right, they let you know about low battery levels, detected faults, high temperature and power on.

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Additional highlights

  • Easy push button start
  • Three handle height positions
  • 23-inch steel tires
  • 11-inch high rear wheels improve traction
  • The push mower weighs 72 pounds
  • Self-propelled mowers weigh 76 pounds
  • Compatible with all Green Machine 62V batteries
  • Low noise, no emissions, no gas and no oil

Green machine Battery-powered self-propelled lawnmower Price

The entire Green Machine wireless range is available exclusively at The Home Depot online. The self-propelled lawnmower runs $ 449 as a set of two 4.0Ah batteries and a charger. The push mower costs $ 329 with a 4.0Ah battery and a charger. When you order, they send it for free to your home or your local Home Depot.

Green Machine guarantees the mower for 5 years and the batteries for 3 years.

Considering what other brands charge for similar designs, Green Machines’ price provides a compelling value.

The bottom line

For the price, Green Machine’s lawn mower options are worth a closer look. If you are looking for a push mower, you will be hard pressed to find a better value for money. However, it is worth holding out the self-propelled mower until they take care of the driving control. When they do, Green Machine will be in a good position to serve the best choices for both styles.

Green Machine self-propelled lawn mower specifications

  • Model: Green Machine GMSM6200
  • Power source: Green Machine 62V battery
  • Tires: 22-inch steel
  • Blade: 22 inches
  • Cutting height: 6 positions, 1 1/4 – 3 3/4 inches
  • Weight: 75.8 pounds (78.8 pounds with a 4.0Ah battery)
  • Warranty: 5 years on the mower, 3 years on batteries

Green Machine Push lawn mower specifications

  • Model: Green Machine GMPM6200
  • Power source: Green Machine 62V battery
  • Tires: 22-inch steel
  • Blade: 22 inches
  • Cutting height: 6 positions, 1 1/4 – 3 3/4 inches
  • Weight: 72.1 pounds (75.1 pounds with 4.0 Ah battery)
  • Warranty: 5 years on the mower, 3 years on batteries
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