Power for all

Power for all

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I’m looking for a cordless lawnmower for my garden that’s roughly around the 240m² mark.
I already have a Bosch drill and a jigsaw that use the power for all batteries, now I know the batteries that came with these will be high enough capacity for a lawnmower but it would be nice to keep the amount of chargers I have to a minimum.
Would you have a recommendation for a lawnmower that uses the power for all batteries?
Or is it more worth just getting something else?
I do also have some Milwaukee cordless tools, but I’m pretty sure their lawnmowers will be extremely expensive.

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Posted by Gareth
Asked on April 22, 2024 10:32 am
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Hi, if you already have Bosch 18v batteries and chargers with other tools, then it makes sense to go for a Bosch mower. 2 x 2.Ah batteries or a single 4.0Ah battery should be enough to cut the lawn if it's not too long.

A good choice would be the Bosch Cordless Lawnmower CityMower 18V-32-300 - good for lawns up to 300m².

You can purchase bare tool (no battery or charger) here https://amzn.to/3U9tkp1


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