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Hyper Tough 20V MAX Cordless Pole Saw EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Hyper Tough 20V MAX Cordless Pole Saw on sale for $45.11. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks jethrowv

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  • The Hyper Tough 20V MAX Cordless Pole Saw is ideal for pruning tall trees and branches. The telescoping shaft length ranges from 7.5 ft. to 9.5 ft., facilitating taller trimming jobs. With tool-less chain tensioning and robust 3/8 in. bar length, it's very convenient to adjust and offer superior cutting performance.
  • The pole saw also comes with a 20V Max 2.0 Ah lithium-ion battery and a 20V Max battery charger. -slickdewmaster

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Stumbled upon the Hyper Tough 20V Max Cordless Pole Saw on clearance for $45.11 from Walmart. Reviews were surprisingly solid. Brickseek shows it is available for $97 in store. Was able to order online for shipping or same day pickup at the clearance price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-.../481535824

Features:
Telescopic Range 7.5 – 9.5 ft.
Tool-Less Chain Tensioning
Automatic Oiler
Rated Voltage: 20V MAX
Bar Length: 8 in.
Height Adjustment: 7.5 - 9.5 ft.
Weight: 8.8 LBS
Includes: 20V Max Pole Saw, 20V Max 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery, 20V Max Battery Charger
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If you're going to buy a pole saw you would be better off buying an electric with an outdoor extension cord. Something like this would be for very light use. This is an okay price, but it's not going to cut well, and that's very important when using a pole saw because you're usually holding it upwards and you'll tire yourself out using a pole saw that doesn't cut well. Not just from holding it, but the vibrations will catch up with you as well. Honestly, for this price you could get a nice pruner that would work just as well, if not better.
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Thank you.
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Fantastic deal, free pickup at all the local stores near me.
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Same for me. Cheaper to buy online and pick up. Still $97 on brickseek: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=481535824

Good find.
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I'm in. Great price with the included battery. Thanks OP!
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Ordered one. Repped!
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Nice deal...delivered too. Hope it doesn't get canceled.
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Doesn't mean its not a good product but the Fakespot grade for all the positive reviews was an F.
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Anyone know if the batteries are easily used with another useful Hyper Tough tool? I don't like to invest in an isolated value set - especially since this setup isn't a convertible-to-handheld.
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Thanks had one near me but opted for the free shipping
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Anyone know if the batteries are easily used with another useful Hyper Tough tool? I don't like to invest in an isolated value set - especially since this setup isn't a convertible-to-handheld.
The graphic on the product page says that it can be used with other HT charge tools. Shows recip saw, blower, chainsaw, trimmer, circ saw and power washer wand?
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Doesn't mean its not a good product but the Fakespot grade for all the positive reviews was an F.
I would just try reading the reviews yourself
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The graphic on the product page says that it can be used with other HT charge tools. Shows recip saw, blower, chainsaw, trimmer, circ saw and power washer wand?
I have a small and large set of Ryobi batteries in the One+ series, and the small batteries are not easily used with the more power hungry tools in the line. I'm wondering if there's any similarity in the HT series, and if you invest in other tools, you're venturing into larger battery territory, and less of a deal.
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I have a small and large set of Ryobi batteries in the One+ series, and the small batteries are not easily used with the more power hungry tools in the line. I'm wondering if there's any similarity in the HT series, and if you invest in other tools, you're venturing into larger battery territory, and less of a deal.
I bought a lot of corded tools just for that reason but it seems that even if you're not going to get into the HT ecosystem, its a good deal for a pole saw. Cheaper then anything they sell at HF.
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