RYOBI Electric Zero Turn Mower Bagger Accessory

  • Published on Jul 19, 2019
  • We left the RYOBI zero turn outside for 2 months and put a bagging system on it.. Here are the results.
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Comments • 60

  • DFKnightmare
    DFKnightmare 3 days ago

    I just picked up the normal EV mower (RM480e) for $1600 on Craigslist, only 2 hours of use on it.
    These mowers are awesome!

  • SJ
    SJ 13 days ago +1

    *I'm waiting for Ego to release a 0 turn mower xD Then... hopefully the competition starts to lower prices.*

  • 0202 pmurT
    0202 pmurT 13 days ago

    Can you do a leaf pickup demo please since fall is right around the corner.....

  • 0202 pmurT
    0202 pmurT 13 days ago

    I just got the bag in the mail because yes it struggles with wet and super tall grass. Might have to double cut super tall, but well worth it when throwing on some tunes and zipping around. The reason I got this was efficiency and to go fast. Do not regret this buy what so ever. I hear you gas guzzlers laughing all the way to maintenance land!

  • 0202 pmurT
    0202 pmurT 13 days ago

    I’m pretty sure on page 1 of the directions says your shouldn’t get your zero turn wet at all.....

  • Gary the Great
    Gary the Great 22 days ago +1

    Oh my God... I don't believe you didn't have your helmet and safety glasses on .. Going to have to report you to OSHA lol.. you guys rock.. keep up all the not politically correct content. 👍

  • Peter McSharry
    Peter McSharry Month ago

    It would be nice if they had an electrical hookup in case you want to use a tow-behind sprayer, so that the pump could use the mower's batteries.

  • Leon Wagner
    Leon Wagner Month ago

    Meehhhh !!! You killed motorcyclists last time. Now you have more plastic parts! ThOsE EnD uP iN tHe OcEaN!! The turtles are gonna die now 😢😢😢

  • Brent Wagner
    Brent Wagner Month ago

    People get worried about grass on a road because people die all the time on bikes like 3 people died last week. I know you are smart enough to clean it I know you’re not gonna leave it

  • Broken Like Me
    Broken Like Me Month ago +4

    It spins when its full... Not when it's empty.

  • NCOP Landscaping & Gardening

    That’s next on my list. Just started buying and using the 56v ego power plus equipment and it’s awesome

    • Bonzo Bonzai
      Bonzo Bonzai 6 days ago

      wait for the lithium version.
      There is no more maintenance, than lead acid. they are lighter, and last 8+ yrs vs 3 yrs for lead.

  • fred215
    fred215 Month ago

    looks good hopefully ego makes one to :)

  • ImaITman
    ImaITman Month ago

    People who say something like that should have lithium batteries know NOTHING about batteries. Lithium batteries would fail within several years, those lead acids will last FOREVER. The reason lithium is so popular is because per density it has a high output. With a mower though you have a lot of space to put batteries in so lead acid beats lithium in durability test long term which is the single biggest killer of many products that heavily rely on lithium. Also everything you do to lithium causes it to wear down faster. Most lithium systems that are "good" have a large amount of expensive electronics to keep the batteries at the optimal level (Ego for example). Lead Acid has none of that, keep it plugged in all the time it's not going to hurt a thing.

  • Mo Cobb
    Mo Cobb Month ago

    I love mine. Had it for 2 months and wouldn't trade it in for another mower. Just waiting on some lawn attachments to be made for it.

    • Bonzo Bonzai
      Bonzo Bonzai 6 days ago

      ...until those lead acids die in 3 or 4 years, and you wish you would have waited for lithium that lasts 8+ years.

  • JP
    JP Month ago

    What do you do to winterize the ryobi mowers? Do you disconnect the batteries or keep them on the chargers? Just cutious

    • EpicConspiracy
      EpicConspiracy Month ago +1

      there is no winterizing electric, no fluids, belts or anything to winterize. You keep them on the charger

  • Luke Hague
    Luke Hague Month ago

    I really love the concept and thank you for keeping us up to date. I just wish I could try that out on my lawn before dropping $4K, still skeptical it would handle what I would need it to.

  • M. Vaughn
    M. Vaughn 2 months ago

    Having just read (for the first time), some of the comments below, I thought I’d add more input. I’ve been buying John Deere diesel lawn tractors since 1992 and am currently on my 4th tractor. I also have a John Deere 994 R diesel zero turn. I basically mow all my relatives yards (about 20 acres. I pull two 60-inch cut Swisher Trail mowers behind my 62-inch cut Deere for about a 14 foot wide cut (6 inches of overlap between mowers). It’s tough to trim around 400 trees with this set up but the 20 acres is cut in about 4 hours. I use the Ryobi electric for trimming! Ryobi claims a full overnight charge cost 40 cents. I’ve seen people verify this on RUclip ( they plug some type of meter into the wall to measure the kilowatts used). Mowing 1-1/2 hours with my diesel only costs me 1-1/2 gallons of fuel (24 HP Diesel). So about $5.00 verses 40 cents. My Deere’s run about $300 or $400 (each) a year for routine maintenance. Obviously, I’m loving this Ryobi! I’m not mowing as fast as my 14 foot cut but it’s still pretty fast, way more fun, and a lot cheaper.

  • M. Vaughn
    M. Vaughn 2 months ago

    Sorry but Ryobi is Not the first electric zero turn. Mean Green Machines have been out for a few years now, but actually you need to go back 10 years to the Hustler - Zeon. Check it out on RUclip! Hustler Zeon - The World’s First Electric Zero Turn Mower! I tested one 10 years ago and it was pretty much like the Ryobi is now! I own the Ryobi zero turn electric and purchased it Memorial weekend when they were offering $500 off! I’ve put 20 hours on it in 6 weeks. It’s good for three hours of mowing but I’ve read only run it down 50% for the first 10 to 20 cycles whilch is best for breaking in the batteries and never run them down below 20% . Instead of 3 or 4 years of battery life, you’ll get 7 or 8!

  • JUrry3
    JUrry3 2 months ago

    #1 Can you honestly say electric lawnmower with a straight face? 😆😆😆
    #2 It's a FREAKIN Ryobi.
    Both are an absolute travesty to any self respecting grown man. UNSUBSCRIBED, can't deal with that nasally voice anyway.

  • Chris Rowlison
    Chris Rowlison 2 months ago

    I think your grass was too short to get the optimal vaccum needed in order to have the wheel spin while it works

  • William Billowitch
    William Billowitch 2 months ago

    I love your reviews keep it up

  • jps101574
    jps101574 2 months ago

    You can make the mower better. Put a steering wheel on it!

  • TheHondaman
    TheHondaman 2 months ago +1

    Anyone heard if EGO has an Electric ZTR coming out? It would be a great product for them to come out with.

  • Logan P
    Logan P 2 months ago

    Battery is the future for riding mowers I believe

  • Overpowered01
    Overpowered01 2 months ago

    How would the batteries hold up after winter they go through a winter in the garage? Would you want to store the batteries indoors during the cold months so you don't lose performance?

  • BrandonB311
    BrandonB311 2 months ago +2

    You don't have to maintain lithium at all...

    TJ'S WOODWORKING SHOP 2 months ago +3

    Hey my brothers I love this RYOBI Electric Zero Turn Mower it's awesome guy's,Much love my brothers take care and I will see you again later :)

  • Lich King
    Lich King 2 months ago +3

    Every time he says "you guys" take a shot.

  • mboiko
    mboiko 2 months ago +1

    Most mowers will be electric in 5+ years....

  • Joseph Davis
    Joseph Davis 2 months ago

    The mower seems pretty sweet, it’s just way too expensive for the average home owner. Drop it to $3000 and Ryobi would be in the ballpark

    • 0202 pmurT
      0202 pmurT 13 days ago

      Joseph Davis after extensive research and owning a brushless push mower, I found that this wasn’t out of control. Factoring in time, maintenance, and fun factor, this is in my opinion a great buy!

  • Big chief
    Big chief 2 months ago

    I just throw my clippings in the road.

  • franlexjos
    franlexjos 2 months ago

    You had it for 3 months, is your electric bill a bit higher?

  • moises camacho
    moises camacho 2 months ago

    48 or 42

    PICCIRILLO_ 2 months ago

    Why are you letting that man mess up your lawn. OMG!!!! He spins on one tire. BALDING YOUR LAWN. BAD LAWNMOWER MAN!!!
    Looks Awesome suprised not an Echo! Must be good. More videos on the mower please and keep PIMP'N THAT RIDE! Ground effects light bars air lift kit wouldnt hurt eithher, because you can!!! Winch

  • Leethal W
    Leethal W 2 months ago

    Does it have the lifetime battery warranty?

  • PurposlyPowerful
    PurposlyPowerful 2 months ago +1

    I live on 2 1/2 acres in Central Florida, i bought this last week. I love it, bought the Brinley utility cart too. I use the mower as a UTV, takes care of all my needs.

  • Bob Haddock
    Bob Haddock 2 months ago


  • Jerrycube
    Jerrycube 2 months ago

    Ouch crashed the drone?

  • poisonfangs85
    poisonfangs85 2 months ago

    I think it's awesome, no fumes no gas destabilizing and gunking up. Win for Ryobi

  • Harley Handler
    Harley Handler 2 months ago

    Awe shit screw them bitch & Whiners ..

  • jay flo-tripple-4
    jay flo-tripple-4 2 months ago

    Please check out my youtube videos. Jayflo-tripple-4 i do DIY 's testimonials, and funny dumb vidoes. I think you and ur buddy will enjoy them. Please help a Mexican out and subscribe and like. I do yalls all the time, because when we all 1st start. We share the love. Because thats jus because what we do on for others. You guys rock. And really enjoy all your vids. Wished yalld do a fien too multitool agaisnt all others.

  • Darren Cole
    Darren Cole 2 months ago

    My 75ah Ryobi zt will be here at the end of next week. That gets rid of my last gas-powered lawn equipment. I'm torn on this because I'm replacing my cub cadet xt1 with this mower. My xt1 has only had 2 seasons and part of a 3rd this year but I'm wanting to get out of the gas and this looked like it would be great. I am upset though that there is no way to hook up a tow behind sprayer due to not having a 12v connection. That to me was a huge oversight on their part.

    • Darren Cole
      Darren Cole 26 days ago

      @RAPR117 yeah I already saw that post. Just re affirms that they screwed up by not putting a 12v connection on here. I don't know if anyone else has this issue but I notice my reverse on my right tire doesn't seem to like to respond as well as my left side. Other than that, I do like this mower. It's been a lot of fun so far. It is not happy at all to mow wet great though. It will do it, it just doesn't like it.

    • RAPR117
      RAPR117 26 days ago

      Look at the views of this mower on Home Depot site. One of the reviews rigged his Ryobi for a sprayer. Required some fabrication sadly

    • Tools In Action
      Tools In Action  2 months ago

      Never thought of that! Good call.

  • William Logan
    William Logan 2 months ago +3

    I think this electric zero-turn is good for smaller flat yards with no inclines. I have to mow my 3 1/2 acres once a week and most of the property is at a 35% incline. I have a Cub Cadet XT-3 Enduro Series and it still struggles going up the hills. Nice mower though and thanks for sharing. Cheers!

    • William Logan
      William Logan 13 days ago

      @0202 pmurT On how many acres of land do you have to mow?

    • 0202 pmurT
      0202 pmurT 13 days ago

      I disagree. I weigh 250lbs and I use it on very steep inclines. On both low and high speed.

    • William Logan
      William Logan 2 months ago

      @William Todd Yeah, basically 4 wheel drive would be a huge help.

    • William Todd
      William Todd 2 months ago +1

      That's where a geared transaxle would be a huge help, hydrostatics seem to have this same problem on hills.

  • J D
    J D 2 months ago +1

    I think it really doesn't matter what mower a person buys, when it comes to consumer machines. They are all garbage made with manufactured obsolescence, and they really aren't made for longevity. I have an International Cub that my Grandfather bought new. It was built in 1968 and is still going strong. The up keep is minimal. For 51 years, she has done hard work with her blade and other implements. I got 20 years out of a JD that was made in 1998, and I will be lucky to make it to 10 years with it's replacement (Husqvarna).

    There are some real work horses still being built, but they sure the hell aren't cheap. I like the idea of an electric mower, but I need something strong that can take real abuse. My property isn't flat or easy for a cheap mower.

  • @ffec+
    @ffec+ 2 months ago +5

    He hardcore messed up your lines. Total yard disrespect.

  • Steve kokkinidis
    Steve kokkinidis 2 months ago +1

    This piece of equipment is a must for someone who has a large lawn.