With the cost of gasoline continuing to rise, battery-powered lawn mowers have been getting a lot of attention lately. And there are some good reasons for that.
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They're quieter than gas mowers; they're often lighter to maneuver; they need less maintenance; and they don't spew noxious fumes. Still, they do have their drawbacks. They're often a bit more expensive to purchase than gas mowers. And some battery-powered mowers just aren't as powerful as comparable gas mowers. That's especially true of the low-end models, many of which run on 18-volt batteries.
On the other hand, higher-end models that get their juice from beefier batteries may do as good a job-or even better-than their gas powered cousins. If you do decide to go with a battery-powered model, you'll probably want to pick up an extra battery, to be sure you can finish the job in a single session.
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