Review of 40v Greenworks Mower and 58v Echo PowerHead that we have used over 4 years doing our yard. Also, we talk about Ryobi and why we stopped using their equipment. For the 58v Echo powerhead, we show the speed difference between rabbit and turtle with the weedeater attachment. Then we use the weedeater, edger, and blower attachment to do our entire yard and share with you the battery left. Then we get to mowing with the 40v Greenworks that still runs just as good as the day we got it 4 years ago. Still have no issue mowing the whole yard with the Greenworks and have battery power to spare.
Greenworks now has the 80v lawnmower you are welcome to send me, but if not my 40 v works just fine.
Jump to topics in the video
- 0:30 40v Ryobi review and why we stopped using their battery lawn tools.
- 1:46 58v Echo PowerHead and how well it has worked for us, and how to change an attachment.
- 2:34 How we use turtle and Rabbit speed selection on 58v Echo PowerHead.
- 3:15 Using the weedeater attachment on 58v Echo PowerHead.
- 3:55 Using the Edger attachment on 58v Echo PowerHead.
- 5:07 Cutting the yard with the 40v Greenworks mower.
- 5:57 40v Greenworks 2.5 Ah and 4.5 Ah batteries for the yard.
- 7:29 Using the Blower attachment on 58v Echo PowerHead.
- 8:24 58v Echo PowerHead battery life after mowing the entire yard.
- 8:30 Using the 40v Greenworks Bagger to Vacuum the road after mowing.
- 8:54 Final thoughts on 40v Greenworks and 58v Echo and why we went to electric yard tools.
If you like this and it has helped or you have an idea to improve this post, feel free to leave a comment below. You can also send us direct feedback from Contact Us below if you so desire. Our mission is to help others through self-discovery and improvement, your journey begins with that first step.
See our shop for branded gear!
Check out Dining in with Danielle for great recipes!
See About Us author information!
Leave feedback, all information comes from our experiences, it can be flawed.
All videos are edited with Sony VEGAS Pro
Our video studio does have a green screen with umbrella lighting
All recording equipment is Sony and our main camera is the HDR-CX675 offering servo steadied filming and 5.1 sound.