Probably great for drills and such, I use the craftsman C3 system for that. 18V is a little low for a mower though, not sure they have one anyway.I've got quite a few Ryobi "One" tools, they all use the same batteries and are generally quite affordable to buy. I've mainly got them as power tools in my workshop and they're good for DIY/hobby use, so I bought a leaf blower and trimmer so that can share the batteries. I've got no complaints with them .
Unfortunately, it's actually not a Ryobi cordless mower that we've got (I've talked about wanting one, which is why Becky may have thought that!) - it's a Bosch one that looks similar and uses it's own battery. I bought it before all of the Ryobi tools, otherwise I'd have gone for their mower too. Our Bosch is one of the 36V ones and I guess it would last around 25 minutes (I only use it for approx 10 min at a time, so there's plenty of charge left).Is that the 40v mower? How much run time do you get from a full battery?
B calls the aftermath of days like that "Death by Yard".I've got that same hedge trimmer and use it all the time - it's really good value and works well . I was using it just a few days ago when I decided that the hottest day of the year (so far) was a good day to trim the hedges (it was not sensible!!! ).
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