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Old 11-08-2021, 02:34 PM
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So about 3 yrs ago I discovered GreenWorks 80V lawn implements. After my first one I got rid of the 6 different Stihl gas powered implements I had for 15 yrs. The Greenworks 80v lawn equipment is equal to a 160cc engine. The gas chainsaw is probably a little more powerful but the rest are dead even or better with the electric. No gas, no carburetors, no mess... No arm pulling out of socket either. One push of a button
All of those things worked so great I got a corded electric pressure washer. It has worked great for a few years. Today it didn't. I called in and after about 10 minutes of very patient troubleshooting on the other end, the decision was made to replace it on their behalf. I was on hold and noticed I gave the lady wrong information. I actually had used an extension cord on an extension cord that was way underrated...and I hadn't known before she put me on hold to process it. When she cam back, before she said anything, I told her it was my mistake as I hadn't noticed the other extension cord in use. I said I would replace it myself. She skipped about 1 second and went right on with the replacement. That was cool....
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Good products AND customer service. They're doomed to be bought up by some massive corporation and completely ruined...
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I looked them up on line just out of curiosity and saw they even have an 80V snow blower. I wonder how long a charge would last while removing snow? That seems like it would take a really heavy duty battery for snow removal. We don't have any snow around here so I guess I'll never find out.
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I looked them up on line just out of curiosity and saw they even have an 80V snow blower. I wonder how long a charge would last while removing snow? That seems like it would take a really heavy duty battery for snow removal. We don't have any snow around here so I guess I'll never find out.
All of their stuff works exceptionally. Just imagine 160cc and there you have it. There are lots of youtube videos to show them. It's their 80v line that has the power. They have several lesser voltages too....

my guess on a snow blower would be about 45 minutes of use on a charge, like the rest. I have multiple batteries...
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