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dasistlu 45 228 May 15, 2016 at 12:01 AM in Trimmers & Edgers (7) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon has Black & Decker LST136W 40V Electric String Trimmer on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dasistlu

Amazon also has select Black & Decker LST136W Trimmer Bundles on sale after instructions below (discounted prices reflected in cart). Shipping is free.

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Edited May 15, 2016 at 06:22 AM by annie930ny
Amazon has deal of the day for BLACK+DECKER LST136W 40V Max Lithium String Trimmer

Price : $99.99


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The PowerDrive Transmission delivers more power from the motor to the cutting string so you can get the job done faster
40V MAX* lithium battery for long runtime
PowerCommand dial to choose between max power and max runtime
The Automatic Feed Spool ensures continuous work without bumping
Easily converts from trimmer to edger with a quick turn of the shaft
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#4
Hmmmmm...I'm still waiting for shipment of the 20V one I purchased on the True Value deal last week. I'm afraid that order might just get cancelled. Should I just purchase this one and if the one from True Value actually ships just return it to the store? This one is $40 more after the $20 True Value rebate, but seems to be a better? and more powerful version? Thanks for any suggestions.
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#5
That really all depends on your current B&D situation and how much yard you have to trim. If this is your first B&D tool, I'd definitely go with the 40v than the 20v...its a much better unit with a much better battery. But if you're like me, and have several 20v tools already, I'd stick with the one you purchased from True Value.

Regarding yard size, if you have the average suburb size plot with no major overgrowth and just need this to trim along fence/driveway/sidewalk, this will suit your needs. Anything more and I would suggest the 40v.
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#6
I had this trimmer- only got it because a local WM had it on clearance last season for $35. It's a single string trimmer. It worked well and lasted quite a long time on a charge. I'd say this is a much more powerful product than the 20V and the trimmer head swivels to do some edge work.

However I have all the Dewalt 20V tools so I wanted to stick with that - recently got the Dewalt 20V trimmer which is dual line.

If you don't have anything yet, this B&D is a good deal.
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#7
I started with this and added a 40v hedge trimmer so I have 2 batteries. I have to say this is a very good tool at an excellent price.
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#8
I have the hedge trimmer and its battery has always outlasted my back. My gas trimmer has a leak when I turn it to edge so this was a no brainier.
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#9
I also have one of these and highly recommend. I have an average suburban yard with a sidewalk (not a corner lot), flower beds and a fenced back yard. When my old Ryobi gas powered trimmer died 2 years ago I decided I wanted to go battery based and this was the best system to get into value wise from my research. I've also got the blower and the hedge trimmer and an extra battery - very happy with my setup!
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#10
I have b&d 20v model and use it to edge a corner lot, works great! Battery will typically last 3x allowing me to trim & edge
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#11
Just pulled the trigger on a 20V, wish I waited!
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Quote from DjFlu View Post :
Just pulled the trigger on a 20V, wish I waited!
You can always return it if you haven't use it yet.
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I bought this from Amazon and battery died in 9 months. I barely used it 20 times for my mid-sized yard. I think it's an overrated product on Amazon.... you can buy nice quality cordless trimmer for the same price.

Not recommended.
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#14
I guess I will live with 20V @ $60.
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#15
Added bonus, B&D bare tools are 50% off when buying this plus $10 off for fathers day deal. Picked up the trimmer and blower for 127.34 with 2 day shipping.
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