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Black & Decker LE750 Edge Hog 2-1/4 HP Electric Landscape Edger EXPIRED

rk260395 397 January 18, 2013 at 08:55 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 01-18-2013 at 11:25 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has Black & Decker LE750 Edge Hog 2-1/4 HP Electric Landscape Edger for $61 with free in-store pick up.

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Amazon.com has Black & Decker LE750 Edge Hog 2-1/4 HP Electric Landscape Edger for $58 with free shipping. Thanks rk260395

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New Black & Decker LE750 Edge Hog 2-1/4 HP Electric Landscape Edger, $58.12 with FS from Amazon. Lowest price on Amazon for this ever. It is usually $10-40 higher. Previous low was $65 earlier in the month. Nearest price currently at major sites is over 70.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...00_s00_i00

This is the lowest price I've ever seen by over $10 and is lower than a typical good deal on the refurb.

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#16
I've got one that I need to throw on Craigslist because I never use it. I have a B&D Grass Hog which has the head that turns to edge with. It doesn't dig out the dirt which I actually prefer over a traditional edger as I don't like the look of a giant hole between my sidewalk and my lawn. I like the clean edge w/o the ditch so I don't use my edger.
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Thank you everyone!
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Quote from rixsaw View Post :
does this thing vibrates like the gas edger? I hate edging because my arms vibrate long after I finished.
not really. It reminds me of a circular saw on a pole. Sounds like it (but quieter) but very little vibration.
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Quote from rixsaw View Post :
does this thing vibrates like the gas edger? I hate edging because my arms vibrate long after I finished.
I have this edger and it does not vibrate much.
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#20
Now $65.
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#21
Rather buy the trimmer + edger. Better bang for your buck if you are patient and take the time to learn proper edging.
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#22
I have one but don't like it very much. It never produced the same results as gas edger.
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#23
So I just bought one of these, not sure if I need one. Do people need these? Will it work to edge an ivy bed?
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#24
just bought it from sears. looking good on the review. i sold my gas edger the blade juststopped turning if hitting ground/thick grass. I wish this one perform better.
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Quote from Jennydotz View Post :
So I just bought one of these, not sure if I need one. Do people need these? Will it work to edge an ivy bed?
It'll cut new growth; but you're not going to clear a swath of established ivy or jasmine. Trim...yes; major cutting...not so much.
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#26
I have this unit and need to be very careful when using it. It easily chips concrete sidewalk, damaging blades and the sidewalk. I use it only once or twice per year to avoid damage. In other words the motor and chopping capability of this unit are too strong for the purpose.
If you don't mind doing the work with a manual unit, you will save a lot of chipped sidewalk edge.
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Quote from coachrick View Post :
It'll cut new growth; but you're not going to clear a swath of established ivy or jasmine. Trim...yes; major cutting...not so much.

Thanks
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Quote from Mummel View Post :
Rather buy the trimmer + edger. Better bang for your buck if you are patient and take the time to learn proper edging.
Quote from Jennydotz View Post :
So I just bought one of these, not sure if I need one. Do people need these? Will it work to edge an ivy bed?
Quote from coachrick View Post :
It'll cut new growth; but you're not going to clear a swath of established ivy or jasmine. Trim...yes; major cutting...not so much.
Quote from Jennydotz View Post :
Thanks

I may have mixed edgers in my response. The string trimmer/edger mentioned by Mummel is the one that will trim/edge young ivy or jasmine but may be confounded by thicker, more established growth.

The EDGE-hog in the op will edge concrete if you're not careful(as mentioned by Mayhem. All care should be taken if edging along concrete or stone...it can chip the heck out of it and send the shards flying briskly.shake head As Mayhem mentioned, the edger is likely needed only once per season +-. It should be easy to 'follow' that edge with a string trimmer used on a regular basis. The EdgeHog can come in handy if you let your Zoysia or St. Augustine get way out of bounds.

The EdgeHog can trim drip circles around trees and planting areas as well. Just don't set it too deep. One project I never tried was to trench for landscape wiring using the EdgeHog...seems like a reasonable way to get a consistent 'slice' in the lawn in order to install low voltage wiring just below the surface.
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#29
I got this edger late last summer as a gift! I abosolutely love it!bounce
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#30
Just fyi. I received 10k free points worth of $10 from sears reward. This is not a result of any prior purchases,absolutely Free. Only valid for 4 days. Making this edger literally only 50 bucks after cashback. Check your email
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