Cut The Cord And Cut The Grass With This One-Day-Only Lawn Mower Deal

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Mason Thibault Mason is a native of Fall River, Massachusetts, an avid NFL and NCAA fan, and a commerce writer for the Daily Caller
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I know some people are too old school to try them out, but I love the new wave of no gas, no pull cord lawn mowers. Such as this battery-powered one by GreenWorks, which is $80 off today. While this one of the better deals on lawnmowers out there, I encourage you to check out everything Greenworks has for sale today, as the brand has savings on dozens of different popular models.

Shop GreenWorks garden, lawnmowers, and lawnmower accessories for deals for a limited time

These lawn mowers are futuristic in more ways than one. They use Innovative Smart Cut technology to adjust for power or runtime based on grass thickness, and automatic battery switchover ensures the machine doesn’t quit on you when your first battery runs out.

Normally $400, this lawn mower is almost 20 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $400, this lawn mower is almost 20 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

GreenWorks 25302 G-MAX 40V Twin Force 20-Inch Cordless Lawn Mower on sale for $320.18

These lawn mowers include dual blades and dual batteries (hence the “Twin” in the name), which allows up to 70 minutes of runtime on a single charge. Plus, they use the same batteries as other GreenWorks lawn care products. Having batteries on hand for all your lawn care equipment is so much more convenient than having to run out and get gas all the time.

These GreenWorks Mowers are on sale for a limited time 

Dual blades and dual batteries (Photo via Amazon)

Dual blades and dual batteries (Photo via Amazon)

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