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Bosch 36v Electric Lawnmower AdvancedRotak36 (No Battery/Charger) - $399.20 Delivered (Was $499) @ Amazon AU

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I purchased a Bosch electric lawnmower in 2010 and have used it ever since and the battery is still going well. As I already have the battery/charger, this would be a good idea, but if starting without these, expect to pay about $350 extra to have the complete kit but I also saw a 2Ah+charger combo for just under $200 https://www.amazon.com.au/Bosch-Lithium-Battery-Charger-Star…

The thing I love about electric mowers, much like cordless vacuums, is that it's just easy to grab it at a whim and mow your lawn because it's light and doesn't need maintenance. Very quiet compared to petrol-powered. And, as with all modern electric-powered devices, when in storage, keep the charge between 20 - 80% to get the best life out of the battery.

Also, if you have a smaller lawn, take a look at a complete Bosch 18v mower/battery/charger https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08GLNF9G7?th=1 $335 / normally $429

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  • +1

    If you are already invested into a different battery system but you want to buy skins on sale like this, you can buy or make adapters. Saves the expense and pain of having different battery systems. As long as there is a little extra physical room it would work fine.

    • I'm in the ryobi system - how hard is this to do? My concern is whether it would raise any warranty issues

      • Ryobi batteries are probably the most difficult unfortunately, due to the old school protrusion they use. Would still be possible but there may not be anything premade. You could possibly get one 3d printed as there are similar ones https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2750007 https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4557076

        Going the other way is simple, and cheap adapters are a plenty. So if you really want to use a range of different brands, it may be easier to move to different batteries and use the adaptors for your Ryobi tools. Warranty wouldn't worry me as they can't tell what 18v batteries you have been using.

    • +1

      Ah as mentioned below, this is a 1 x 36v system, not 2 x 18v like I thought. That makes it trickier for adapters. You would need to make a twin to single Bosch adapter.

      • No worries. I'm interested in getting a mower , once you add on the $180 odd for the charger and battery though I'm wondering whether it's really decent value

  • Does this take the 18v batteries from the Bosch Blue tools (2x) ?

  • The Ozito Steel Deck combo for the same price of $399 includes the charger and 2x 4Ah batteries.

    It's both a better mower overall (wider, steel deck) as well as includes batteries. Even if you had Bosch batteries, you're better off having two brands.

    • Have you used it? You found the performance good?

      • Not used it yet, it's about the last thing to add to my Ozito collection but still waiting for my Victa to die first

  • Hi.

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