Eco-Friendly Greenworks Mowers Are up to 40% Off for a Limited Time

Whether you love it or hate it, mowing season is officially back. And if your current mower isn’t quite cutting it, or you just want to upgrade to something a little more eco-friendly, then we’ve got a deal you won’t want to miss. All month long, Woot is offering up to 40% off a huge selection of Greenworks all-electric lawn mowers. This sale expires at 9:59 p.m. PT (12:59 a.m. ET) on June 30, and some models have already sold out, so you may not want to wait until the last minute to grab yours.

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Not only can you pick up one of these mowers at a great bargain, but switching to an all-electric mower could end up saving you even more money in the long run. And with quite a few different mowers to choose from at this sale, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for your yard.

If you’ve got a smaller lawn where maneuverability is more important than coverage, you could pick up this smaller 17-inch G-Max mower, which is on sale for $240, $60 off the usual price. It comes with two 24-volt 4Ah batteries, features a push button starter and the handle folds down for easy storage. If power is your No. 1 priority, you could opt for this hefty Greenworks Pro 21-inch 80-volt mower. It’s self-propelled, features a brushless motor and you can pick it up $305, a discount of $124. Just note that this one does not come with a battery, so you’ll have to purchase one separately.

And if you’ve got some serious work to do on your lawn this summer, you can save $22 on this three-tool bundle. It includes a 14-inch mower, a 12-inch string trimmer and a leaf blower, as well as a 40-volt battery and charger for $370.

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Select G-Shock Models Are Up to $143 Off at Woot for a Limited Time Only
These watches are made to withstand the test of time, so be sure to check one out today.

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Jared DiPane
June 17, 2022 5:49 a.m. PT
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Three G-Shock watches that are on sale at Woot
G-Shock
Whether you’re looking for a really rugged watch or want one where you don’t have to worry about the battery, you’ve probably looked into getting a G-Shock at some point. Not only are they some of the most durable watches on the market, they also offer features like solar charging, water resistance and Multiband 6, which means the time is always accurate.

The one downside to these watches is that they can be pricey, but this limited time deal at Woot helps ease that pain. Right now, several of G-Shock’s most popular watches are on sale, with prices starting at just $63.

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There are four different watches available as part of this discount at Woot. The cheapest option is the G-Shock GA100L-8A, an analog watch with a digital display. It doesn’t feature the bells and whistles that the others do, but it comes in at just $63, a discount of 37%. If you prefer solar charging, the G-Shock G9300-1 is the most affordable watch in this sale with the feature, coming in at $148. This is $23% less than you can find it elsewhere right now. It’s a digital watch that shows you the day of the week, the date, time and more at a glance. It has larger buttons than some other models to make pressing them easy.

Finally, if you want all the best G-Shock features, check out the G-Shock Rangemans on sale. There are two variations, one with a positive display and one with a negative display. The positive display model is priced at $188 while the negative display is priced at $230. Aside from the display, the watches are identical. Both of them offer solar charging and Multiband 6 for automatic time-syncing, along with a slew of sensors that can keep track of altitude, barometric pressure, temperature and direction. These sell for$330 new at Casio.

These discounts are scheduled to run through June 23, or while supplies last. At these prices, we don’t anticipate all these models will be available for that entire time, so be sure to grab the one you want now before it’s too late.

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