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Free Dewalt 40-Volt MAX Lithium Power Tool Battery via Mail-in Rebate @ Lowe's w/ purchase of Lawn Tool - Leaf Blower

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Last Edited by TattyBear May 26, 2015 at 10:44 AM
Lowe's is offering a Free Dewalt 40-Volt MAX Lithium Power Tool Battery via Mail-in Rebate when you purchase one of the following:

DEWALT 40-Volt Max Lithium Ion (Li-ion) 400-CFM 120-MPH Heavy-Duty Cordless Electric Leaf Blower
http://www.lowes.com/pd_623435-70...29515&Ntt=

DEWALT 40-Volt Max 15-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer
http://www.lowes.com/pd_662626-70...facetInfo=

DEWALT 40-Volt Max 22-in Dual Cordless Hedge Trimmer
http://www.lowes.com/ProductDispl...&cId=PDIO1


No limit per household. Mail-In Rebate Form:
http://img.rewardpromo.com/1/3624/9057.pdf
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Anybody use these lawn tools yet? I drool a little bit every time I walk by em.
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Quote from Krogan View Post :
Anybody use these lawn tools yet? I drool a little bit every time I walk by em.
I bought in on these a few weeks ago. I love the weed trimmer. The low power setting has enough power for anything that I need to do. Auto feed works great. The blower is great for a battery powered blower. Could use a bit more power, but for regular everyday use, it works great. It does struggle a little with wet grass/leaves.
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Same deal on Amazon, however, it appears to be an instant coupon .

http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCB4...Promotions
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wtf r these tools so expensive?
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wtf r these tools so expensive?
Because they're yellow and say Dewalt on them.
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wow, 300$ for an electric leafblower/weedwacker/trimmer... that's just horrible, can't believe you guys are actually spending this much money on battery powered stuff.
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Buy black & decker 36v blowers and weed wackers. Very nice tools and 1/4 the price!

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wow, 300$ for an electric leafblower/weedwacker/trimmer... that's just horrible, can't believe you guys are actually spending this much money on battery powered stuff.

I paid $75 new for my Hitachi 25cc gas blower... And it has a 7 year warranty.
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Last edited by Core2Quad April 17, 2015 at 07:12 PM

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Keep in mind that the $50 off $250 coupon, from this thread http://slickdeals.net/f/7071014-lowes-com-coupon-code-for-20-off-100-10-off-or-15-off-50-50-off-250?v=1, still works, just tried it.
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Three weeks ago I purchased a DeWalt 40V Weed Eater along with a Kobalt 40v weed eater and hedge trimmer. My opinion of it is that the Kobalt products work well and are of decent quality for a homeowner who is only taking care of one yard. It is disappointing that the trimmer line diameter is less than stellar .065 and it feels flimsy, while the DeWalt is .080 and feels very sturdy.

With the DeWalt weed eater, I was able to take care of weed eating through three yards, one of which had really bad weeds and grass on the fence line and still had 25% of its power remaining. That is on the first 40V charge! I know with Li-Ion, after 3 or 4 charge cycles you can get a little more out of the battery.

Yesterday, I saw the free battery promo, so I placed separate orders for the leaf blower and hedge trimmer using the $50 off $250 for each tool, plus I submitted the rebate online for the free batteries after I picked them up.

The customer service person at my local Lowe's was great and did a return/re-purchase on my 21 day old 40v DeWalt Weed eater (without the item present) so I could be within the eligibility period to get the free battery. I'll have plenty of runtime with 6 40v batteries now.

Don't even think about it, just go and get the DeWalt 40v products. I hope DeWalt introduces a 40v Chainsaw and pole saw soon.

EDIT: I see DeWalt is also bringing out 20V products as well and the weed eater uses .080 on that as well. Still, for Gas equivalent power, 40V will be the way to go.
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Last edited by bill875 April 21, 2015 at 08:49 AM
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I was web browsing for a mower and came across the link for Stihl rebate for battery powered products... remembered this thread and posted it to give those interested another option. I have done zero research into it.. basically it's a $100 rebate on any Stihl 36V Li Ion unit. If you buy a battery and charger with Li Ion unit I believe they have $150 rebate.


http://stihlrebate.com/
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FYI, I believe the Amazon rebate only works when you buy the trimmer with the 6 Ah battery ($369.99) and not the standard 4 Ah one. I assume the instant rebate would work for either battery but you will still pay the premium up front.

That, coupled with the 50$ off 250$ coupon as mentioned earlier, led me to purchase from Lowes.com. Thanks OP!
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waiting for HD to match free battery offer on ECHO cordless tools


http://www.echocordless.com/
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I just purchased the Dewalt Hedge trimmer. I've been looking for a quality electric hedge trimmer for a while now to allow me to care for my hedges in the earlier mornig before loud power equipemnt is acceptable, and also so that I don't have to wear hearing protection. I used the trimmer for 40 minutes yesterday and only used 1/3 of the battery indicated life. The cost is worth it to me as all the less expensive battery powered products feel extremely cheap and don't have the size and features I'm used to. My last trimmer was an Echo gas product which was powerful, but extremely loud and also really touchy if the carbourator wasn't tuned just right. The Dewalt gives about 80% of the gas ability with plenty of run time for most peoples yards.
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Quote from bill875 View Post :
... I'll have plenty of runtime with 6 40v batteries now.

Don't even think about it, just go and get the DeWalt 40v products. ...

"Don't even think about it" is right, because I just can't fathom what I need more than two, at most three, batteries for (use one while one charges).

Thinking about it even more, not only can I NOT buy the "bare tool", I'm forced to pay nearly full retail for the kit so I can possibly be denied the MIR for yet another battery which I don't need, which hopefully I can sell on Ebay before the price is diluted too much.

I like DeWalt, but what are they thinking?
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