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Best Prime Day Electric Lawnmower Deals: Save Up to $200 on Greenworks, Ryobi and More

Prime Day is the perfect time to ditch your gas-hungry mower for a quieter, lighter and cleaner electric alternative.

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET's guide to everything you need to know and how to find the best deals.

With an abundance of Prime Day electric lawnmower deals, you can say goodbye to the days of having to own a gas-guzzling mower. For most folks, electric lawn mowers are powerful enough to meet their day-to-day needs and an electric mower has never been more accessible, with regular price drops. With Amazon Prime Day coming up soon, the deals are about to ramp up, too.  

There's plenty of choice when it comes to electric mowers, so we've done the legwork for you by rounding up our pick of the best electric lawnmower deals currently available. We'll keep this list updated so you don't have to pay full price whenever you're ready to make the switch.

Best electric lawnmower deals available right now

Sun Joe

If you need a compact and lightweight mower, and have easy access to power in your yard, then you could spend relatively little to ditch your gas mower with this Sun Joe corded electric mower. You won't need to fuss with batteries with this nippy 14-inch model, and its 10.6-gallon hard-top rear bag collects your clippings as you go.

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Hart's 40-Volt brushless electric mower is one of our highest-rated options and you can save almost $70 on it right now. It has a 20-inch cutting width but still feels relatively light for its size, and onboard storage for two batteries makes it easy to keep mowing for longer.

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In our testing we found this Sun Joe model to be easy to maneuver and, since it's battery-powered, you don't need to worry about getting tangled up in a cord. This set on sale for around $250 includes the 17-inch cordless mower plus two batteries and a charging dock so you can always be ready to go.

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While not a huge savings at $20 off, the Ryobi One Plus HP is one of our favorite electric mowers, taking the title of best electric mower for small yards. The 16-inch push mower is really compact and easy to move around, and it's powered by Ryobi's standard 18-volt rechargeable batteries, which is handy if you're already invested in its system of power tools.

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If your priority is replicating gaslike power in an electric mower, this Ego model is for you. Though on the expensive side, it topped our list of the best electric mowers thanks to its unstoppable performance and ease of maneuverability, despite its hefty size. It retails for $600, but you can get it for $200 less right now.

Who is an electric lawnmower suitable for?

There are various pros and cons of electric mowers, so you'll want to assess your needs before ditching gas for batteries. 


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The most considerable downsides to battery-powered electric mowers are about power. Gas mowers have more power for tackling hilly terrain or larger yards where the torque and battery life of an electric mower may let you down. 

That being said, the average household could get along just fine with an electric mower, and easy-to-replace rechargeable batteries can be used to extend the range affordably. Electric mowers are also preferable for those who want a quieter operation or need easier maneuverability since they're usually lighter than their gas-powered counterparts, not to mention the environmental benefits.


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