Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Review

The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Review

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Review
Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0
Performance/Cut Quality
Reader Rating0 Votes
6 Cutting Heights (30mm - 80mm)
50 L Grass Box Capacity
Long 40 minutes Run Time
30 Day Trial
Folding Handles for More Compact Storage
No Rear Roller for Striped Lawn Appearance.
My Overall Rating



Gtech ReviewThe Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is a lawnmower from Gtech that has a 42 cm cutting deck and charges in a very respectable 1 hour. The run time is up to 40 minutes depending on the condition of the lawn and has a huge 50 litre grass box. The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is lightweight at only 13.5 kg and has 6 height adjustments settings from 30mm to 80mm and comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.

This new Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is designed to replace the old Gtech Falcon CLM01. But is this mower any better than its predecessor? Well you are about to find out in this in-depth review.

Update May 2021 – Please note, There is now a new model of this Gtech cordless mower, a full review can be found here – Gtech CLM50 Lawnmower Review

Gtech are renowned for their innovation and simplicity with the Gtech vacuum cleaner range, so does this cordless mower continue to transform the cordless lawn mower industry?

The new Gtech 2.0 mower is around £100 more expensive than the previous model, so we need to look more closely to see if this investment is justified or just a slight redesign and name change. Well, I can tell you here an now that this new Gtech mower is a vast improvement on the Gtech Falcon and here are the reasons why..

Below I’ll detail all the features and functions of the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower, both good and not so good and then compare to the Gtech Falcon so you understand exactly what you’re getting for your money.

Main Features

  • Rating: 9.6/10
  • Covers areas reaching 400 m² (4,000 FT²) in size
  • 48V 2Ah Li-on battery lawn mower
  • Blade length: 42 cm
  • Number of Cutting Height: 6 (30mm-80mm)
  • Grass Box Capacity: 50 L
  • Charge time: 60 min
  • Free run time: 40 minutes


Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Video Review

To give you a visual representation and to see how well this Gtech lawnmower performs, see my video review below to see this mower in action.


Power System

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower Battery

Like many cordless lawn mowers, the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower is powered by a Lithium-ion battery (48V) and electrical motor which will charge in around 1 hour. The battery is removed from the mower for charging and storage.

In comparison to the old Gtech Falcon that took almost 5 hours to charge, this is a massive improvement. Not only does that beat the older Gtech model but now competes very favourably with the likes of Bosch and Flymo. The run time of 40 minutes is the same as the old Gtech model and is very respectable for a cordless mower of this size.

Having to wait only 60 minutes for a full charge that provides you up to 40 minutes of mowing time is really very good and will allow you to cut a lawn up to 400m² in one go, very nice!

Another great feature of this mower is a visual battery gauge on the top of the mower/battery that can be seen through the clear visor; you would think this is standard with all cordless mowers, however, it’s not the case. Well done Gtech for including this!

As mentioned above the charge to cut ratio is exceptionally good and is one of the main selling points of this new Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0.

Also the power system is completely electric so it produces zero emissions and works extremely quietly. Which is quieter between the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower and the Flymo Mighti-Mo 300? Well there’s not much between them with both guaranteeing sound power level below 90dB. For more information please see table below.

The great advantage about cordless mowers is that you can set out to work at any time you want without disturbing your family or your neighbours as they are so quiet. With zero emissions they look after the environment as well.

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Model Comparison
Mowers Flymo Mighti-Mo 300 (review here) WORX WG779E.2 (review here) Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0
Lawn Coverage 250 m² (2,690 FT²) 400 m² (4,300 FT²) 400 m² (4,300 FT²)
Noise Level 85 dB 68 dB 80 dB
Mowing Time 25 minutes (250 m²) 35 minutes (350 m²) 40 minutes (400 m²)
Charging Time 120 minutes 120 minutes 60 minutes
Cutting Width 30 cm 34 cm (13″) 42 cm
Weight 9.94 kg 13 kg (29.1 LBS) 13.5 kg
Grass Box Capacity 30 L 30 L 50 L
Cutting Heights 5 Steps – 25mm to 65mm 6 Steps – 20mm to 70mm 6 Steps – 30mm to 80mm
Rating 9.4/10 9.5/10 9.6/10

Features In Detail


The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 CompareThe Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is equipped with one 42 cm wheeled carbon steel metal mower blade that provides them two very effective benefits…

  1. Carbon steel metal blades generally wear less quickly than plastic blades which results in you needing to replace the lawn mower blades less often, this will make your maintenance much easier on the Gtech mower.
  2. Metal blades are generally sharper and provide a cleaner cut to the grass blade, resulting in a neater, tidier and superior finish to your lawn and garden. The metal blades on the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower can be sharpened when needed, unlike plastic blades.

The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 has a single sided blade that helps to provide the efficient result and extended run times without compromising on the quality of the cut.

Close to Edge Cutting

Gtech have designed the deck to assist with cutting as close to the edge as possible to limit the amount of trimming required. The deck design enables it to cut grass close to fencing/walls, leaving a smaller uncut grass area around the edges.

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Gtech Cordless Lawnmower HeightHeight Adjustment

In order to combat the changing season and to continually improve the look of your lawn, you can adjust the height at which the Gtech cuts at. This is done very easily using the lever located on the side of the mower.

It lets you choose to cut from anywhere between 30 mm to 80 mm with 6 separate cutting lengths. Just make sure you don’t set it at the shortest setting right from the start when the lawn has significant growth, instead start at a higher setting and gradually work your way down. This allows the areas of small grass to catch up with the long, resulting in a more even garden.

The height adjustment on this new Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is very similar when compared to the older Gtech mower, the only change is a redesign of the handle that is conveniently large and easy to grip.

As well as being able to sharpen the blades, it is also possible to purchase a replacement blade. Replacing the blade is relatively easy for anyone with basic DIY skills and tools.


Cutting Diameter

The cutting diameter of the mower is a very respectable 42 cm mowing capability. Now, compared to its counterparts with widths as little as 30 cm, this means you get the job done quicker with fewer passes and means you can mow larger lawns on one charge. Admittedly there are larger cutting diameters available, however I believe the 42 cm width is just right as it could also be used in a smaller areas and lawns with narrow strips.

When you need a mower that’s light in weight, has a wider mowing capability, is able to reach the smaller areas of your lawn and is relatively fast to mow the lawn, this may well be the best option.

The cutting diameter on the older Gtech is 43 cm so you are only losing 1 cm with the new Gtech, so this is not a real problem.

Grass Box CapacityGtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Grass Box

Well, this is yet another area of big improvement with this new Gtech mower. The incredible 50 litre grass box, that’s 10 litres larger than the Falcon, means that you simply won’t find a bigger box with a 42 cm cordless mower.

The grass box on the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower is very easy to remove by simply lifting the flap and unhooking. The grass clippings empty from the box with no obstructions. This is a hard topped collection box with a carry handle at the top. The grass box can be folded flat to help reduce storage space required.

The grass box features a flap which tells you when it’s ready for emptying. There’s even an additional handle at the end of the bin to assist when carrying it to the waste bin.


Gtech Cordless Lawnmower Practicalities

The lightweight, small size and fold away handles make this mower excellent for small to medium lawns or lawns with smaller strips of grass. This mower is ideal for gardeners who have limited space for storage.

The height of handles cannot be adjusted up and down as with the Falcon but can be released to enable the handles to be folded down. As the handles fold back on themselves and the grass box folds almost flat, this Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 really does pack away very nicely taking up a very small footprint.

This mower is not the lightest mower for its size but is by no means the heaviest. It is easy to manoeuvre around the garden, this may be to do with the large wheels, solid build quality, the comfortable padded bars and starter lever that runs the length of the bars.

As with all cordless lawn mowers, not being tethered by the cord not only makes it easier to mow the lawn, but safer, quieter and more environmentally friendly.

Does this make it more practical compared to the closest  competition? Well, yes I think it does for people with medium to large lawns and limited space for storage. There is also a very handy and well positioned large raised central handle that makes carrying the 13.5 kg mower to the garage or shed very easy.

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower Safety KeySafety Features

What I really like about the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is the addition of a removable safety key that disables the lawnmower to help prevent accidental starting. This is a nice feature not found on similar cordless mowers that gives peace of mind around children.

To release the safety key, you simply press the sides together then pull it out of the slot. The key is tied to the mower to prevent accidental misplacement, however replacement keys can be purchased if lost at a very reasonable price.

 Roller (Stripes)

Do you like a stripey lawn? Well sorry the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 does NOT have a roller at the rear.

If you simply have to have a stripey lawn then you can either purchase a separate roller or you may want to consider the Flymo 300 as it does have a rear roller.


This mower does NOT have a mulching facility. If you want to learn about mulching and the advantages, then click here.

What’s Included in the Box

  • Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0
  • 48V Battery packs
  • Battery Charger
  • Grass Collection Box
  • Instruction manual

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Manual Download

You can view or download the manual for this cordless mower by clicking the link below.

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower Manual

The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 in useDownsides

  1. Handles do not slide up and down for height adjustment.
  2. No rear roller for stripey lawn appearance.
  3. Price – cheaper alternatives available (but not as good)

I really struggled with this mower to find any significant downsides. The features are great and all seem to work well for a mower at this price point. The build quality and reliability cannot be faulted, it performs as you would expect.

Now the above may sound trivial and are common to most cordless mowers but should be taken into consideration anyway. They are part of the package and it’s better being aware of them before a purchase than after.

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Overall this is a very good mower from a British company (mower is manufactured in China). I actually not only rate it higher than the old Gtech Falcon but also some of the alternative products currently on the market from Bosch and Makita due to its large grass box, lightweight, portability, fantastic build quality and above all fantastic charge time to mow time ratio.

What makes this mower and indeed Gtech stand out is the 30 day money back guarantee. So if you are still unsure if this is the mower for you, try it for 30 days! Another great advantage about buying from Gtech is the 2 year warranty (this includes the battery) backed up with the excellent Gtech customer service.

It’s a shame that this mower doesn’t come with a roller. I feel that this is made up for by the quality of the incredibly precise cut.

The extra features like the removable safety key is a nice touch but one that you will most probably never use. Besides you want features that will help you achieve a lovely looking lawn with least amount of work and effort.

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower Review

The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 is very proficient at cutting varying lengths and thickness of grass for a compact cordless mower. It’s worth mentioning that by cutting more regularly and avoiding very long or wet grass this should avoid putting too much strain on the battery. Having said that, you can clearly see from my video how impressive this Gtech mower is at cutting even the most demanding conditions. Remember to always keep the battery charged and in a dry place over winter.

But do I think it’s better than its closest competitors?

Yes I do!

The old Gtech Falcon could not compete with the likes of Bosch and Hyundai, but this new Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 does not only compete, but in some respects beats these other brands. Gtech seem to have put a lot of thought and work into this new cordless mower to ensure they are ahead of the game in terms of innovation and battery technology. Well done Gtech.

It is one of the more expensive mowers at well over £400 (look out for special offers), but you would be very hard pressed to find a cordless mower that performs this well (charge time/mow time), has such a compact/good build quality and is backed by a 2 year warranty that includes the battery.

Overall, I think this is a fantastic mower and I encourage everyone with a garden under 400 m² to seriously consider purchasing one. In fact, I think it’s one of the best mowers at this level you can purchase right now!


Pros and Cons

  • 6 Cutting Heights (30 mm-80 mm)
  • 50 L Grass Box Capacity
  • Long 40 minutes Run Time
  • 30 Day Trial
  • Folding Handles for More Compact Storage
  • No Rear Roller for Striped Lawn Appearance.


Should You Buy This Model?

Gtech Cordless Lawnmower In UseWell, there are a few factors to consider first, whether or not you purchase this model really depends on your garden and situation.

To give you some guidance on which type of customer would suit this model best, below I’ve got a list of the categories they would fall under:

  • People with gardens up to 400m² in size.
  • Those that do NOT require a stripey lawn.
  • People that like a large grass box for less emptying.
  • Likes a quick charge option (60 minutes).
  • Storage is limited as handles and grass box fold flat.
  • People who would like a 30 Day Trial period.

Of course this is open to interpretation so if you don’t fall under every single category then don’t worry I’m sure you’ll still love this product. It has loads of great features that I’m sure you make use of even if you’re not its perfect customer.

Where Should I Purchase This Model?

Buying directly from Gtech allows you to try the Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 for 30 days, if you are not happy with its performance you can return to Gtech and receive a refund.


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Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Further Assistance

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Additional Specifications
Working Area 400 m² (4,000 FT²)
Cutting width 42 cm
Cutting height steps 6
Cutting height max 80 mm
Cutting height min 30 mm
Cutting height adjustment Central
Collector volume 50 l
Battery Type 48v 2Ah Li-ion battery
Typical Charging Time 60 minutes
Typical Mowing Time 40 minutes (400 m²)
Vision Window No
Right or left start switch Left and Right
Foldable handles Yes
Battery power indicator Yes
Grass bag filling indicator Yes (Flap)
Roller No
Weight 13.5 kg


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16 thoughts on “The Gtech Cordless Lawnmower 2.0 Review”

  1. Hi Mark,
    Has this lawnmower an auto-overload safety cutout? In your review you did mention gradual reduction of the cutting height for somewhat aesthetic reasons rather than drive motor safety. I have just burnt out my second motor of the corded Bosch Rotak Ergo Flex 40. The thermal overload cutout didn’t seem to be responsive fast enough.
    Also, do you know how many times the battery may be recharged before it has to be replaced? I’m thinking of the mobile phone example. In which case, should one invest in a second battery to replaced the first before it is fully discharged, in order to extend the life of the battery?
    Due to the use of the ‘single blade’ structure, the blade may become unbalanced when the blade is covered with wet grass. This may result in vibration of the blade and mower. Do you see this as a likely life shortening of the mower?
    Many thanks for your excellent review and demonstration.

    1. Many thanks for your positive feedback. Regarding your questions this Gtech mower does have an auto-overload cut-out and this did happen on one occasion when I was cutting the extremely long grass.

      The battery will last around 2 years with average domestic use, when mowing every week during the growing season and stored properly over the winter months. When I say last, I really mean, significantly noticing reductions in the runtime. However the battery will still function. I wouldn’t buy a second battery at this stage if one is sufficient to cover your lawn area. Gtech has just launched their new CLM50 mower, which is identical to Gtech lawnmower 2.0, apart from the colour, so the battery will be around for sometime for sure. If you want to see this new model check out the link below –

      With regard to the mono blade, I initially thought the same regarding the balance and vibrations, however I didn’t notice anything to worry about. When I was cutting the extremely long grass and the blade was somewhat covered with damp grass, you do notice a slight wobble as the mower starts up. As soon as it is up to speed there is no vibration.

  2. We have a sloping garden, about 20 degrees. Can any cordless manage the slopes? which ones would be better? The garden has quite a lot of obstacles and steps. We are not keen on self-propelled, at the moment using a petrol one but want to move to enviromentally friendly without cord. Would appreciate your advice.

    1. Hi Natalia, thanks for your message. How large is your lawn approximately? With regards to sloped gardens if you are not considering a self-propelled model, then as long as you can mow across the slope, no mower is particularly better or worse at dealing with slopes. A mower with larger rear wheels may somewhat help with better grip and stability. If your lawn is rather large then my recommendation would be the EGO mower, as a replacement for petrol. However they are little costly. You can use my mower selection tool here, simply select your features, size of your lawn and the best suited mowers will be presented for you.
      Hope this helps

  3. I have just purchased the Gtec lawnmower, but I find the joints in the handle is very loose no matter how much I tighten them up. What is the solution to this? I haven’t used it yet but I’m looking forward to doing so.
    Many thanks.

    1. Hi Chris

      Not sure what could be happening here. If you take a look at my video (around 1:30 minutes), is this the parts/screws you have on your mower?

      You should be able to tighten up with the lever.

      Please let me know how it goes.

      Many thanks

  4. Hi Mark,

    Helpful reviews. I am considering moving from corded to electric cordless and pretty much have it down to the G-Tech or the Murray. We have quite a large lawn, but it is also very uneven with too many bumps to mention, and occasion items fallen from nearby trees. Do you think that either mower would be more suited to this environment, coping with the uneven nature and occasional unexpected debris?

    Any tips appreciated please.
    Many thanks.

    1. Hi Stephen,

      I would recommend the Murray 44cm cordless mower over the Gtech. They are very similar mowers, but I just feel that the Murray would perform slightly better on your uneven lawn. The anti scalping plate and larger rear wheels will be beneficial on a lawn that has bumps and is uneven. It also has a better and longer warranty than the Gtech, and also cuts closer to the edge.

      You can see the full review here –

      Please let me know how you get on.


  5. Hi Mark
    Just used my new GTech Lawnmower.And WOW ,So Impressed.It Is so easy to use,my grass was getting Quite long (My Partner cut into the lead of our old mower Again) !…But Hey No More, It cut the grass in no time,Thankyou Again For A Great Product…only one thing is that it would be good if you did a Waterproof Cover for the mower ,as I have little space to keep it….,..

  6. Hi Graham

    Thanks so much for your question.

    The simple answer is no, the battery powered mower is not going to be as powerful are a mains powered mower.

    However, this does not mean they are not as good as mains powered mowers if you take all factors into consideration.

    The Lithium-ion battery technology has improved so much over the last couple of years that now battery powered mowers are a real contender.

    The convenience and safety of not being tethered by the cable and the excellent charge and run-times that are now available, and yes, powerful enough to cut the lawn as good as a corded mower are seeing sales of cordless mowers increase substantially year on year.

    Yes, admittedly cordless will struggle with long damp grass and reduce the run-time of the battery, but if cutting your lawn is easier and more convenient with a cordless battery mower then you can just cut the lawn that bit more often and not allow it to become overgrown and difficult to cut.

    This Gtech mower is covered by a 30 day money back guarantee , it will however need to be returned in its original condition and packaging (see the website for terms and conditions).

    If you would like to read more about the pros and cons of all the different types of lawn mowers, please download a free copy of my Lawn Mower guide here:-

    Hope this helps.

    If anyone else has any experience or views, please comment below.


  7. Hi. Very good review but the one thing I cannot find out anywhere on the web is will the cordless mower be as powerful as my mains mower?
    Lot of money to spend if not as powerful and you don’t know till you try it then I assume you cant send it back if its used.
    What voltage battery is needed to match a 2000w mains mower. Ego mower ad says its as powerful as petrol but I doubt it Regards Graham.

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