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From full charge to red light, real life battery run time is about 25 minutes on this 56V, 4A battery. 45 minute run time in the advertisement might be when there is no load. For my 1/8 acre front lawn (110′ wide x 45′ deep), 25 minutes is just about enough.
Ego lawn mower can cut about 1-2 inch tip of grass. Shaving 3-4 inches off the top of lush grass is too much for this mower (unless the grass is dried and yellowed). So if your let your grass grow and fall on top of each other before you mow, you will need a professional mower.
After first week of November, the grass has stopped growing, but oak leaves have fallen. Instead of raking, I decided to mulch this year. Front lawn got almost done in one charge. But in the backyard (also about 1/8 acre) where leaves are literally ankle deep, I had to recharge 3 more times to mulch most of it. Compared to 25 trash cans worth of raking that takes a couple weekends, I was glad that Ego could just mulch it into the lawn in about 4 runs. (For the sake of longevity of the expensive battery, I mowed, waited for the battery to cool down for 10 minutes, charged, and waited another 10 minutes before mowing again, though the battery never even got warm).
It’s light, it has no gasoline smell, it stands upright to store, it charges fast. Mulching ankle deep dry leaves was a bit asking too much for this mower, but it did just fine (under such heavy load of mulching all those leaves, I expected the battery to drain in 15 minutes, but it still ran 25 minutes each time).
For the most of the year, I only mow the 1/8 acre front lawn in one go. For small lawns, it’s just about perfect.
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