|Battery Amp Hours:||2.0 Ah|
|Compatible Models:||All Greenworks 40V Cordless Tools|
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I use it when I trim my tree's. It last as long as I need it to.
The battery charger model number is 29292 it will charge your 40v none G-MAX battery.
Greenworks has a battery charger for G-MAX 40V AND 40V 2 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery.
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Q:Will the 40 volt Ryobi battery on the ryobi weed trimmer work on the greenworks rototiller?
A:No,the two brands are not compatible.
Q:I had purchased your Model 24102 40-volt Lithium-Ion cordless blower. Will I be able to use the Greenworks 40V 2 Ah Li-Ion Battery 29302 NEW
A:Yes, the 29302 is compatible with model 24102
Q:I am considering purchasing your Model 22632 40-volt, 24-inch, hedge trimmer. Will I be able to use the 40V G-Max lithium ion batteries with this trimmer that came with a Greenworks lawnmower I bought last summer. The model numbers of my mower batteries are 29472 and 29462. Thank you.
A:No,the 22632 uses a standard 40v battery.The standard 40v and the 40v max are not compatible.
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NEW GreenWorks products are protected against all defects under normal use for a period of (4) four years (90 days for commercial use) from the shipping date.
Reconditioned GreenWorks products are protected against all defects under normal use for a period of 30 Days from the shipping date.
GreenWorks can opt to repair, replace or issue a refund for products that are determined to be defective, or that have been damaged during shipping. Replacement of products or parts subject to normal wear and tear is the responsibility of the customer. If GreenWorks accepts a return under Warranty, you can return the defective or damaged product only after you call and receive a Return Authorization from GreenWorks. You also will receive a refund for your original shipping charges, and GreenWorks will arrange and pay for your return shipping charges. Batteries carry a one-year warranty against defects in workmanship and materials. Batteries must be charged in accordance with the operator's manuals directions and regulations in order to be valid.