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Lowes B&M - Random Black and Decker lawn tools on clearance - YMMV - From $21

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I saw my store had a few black and decker lawn tools on sale, not sure if it is regional or national,.

List of all black and decker tools (you can filter by your local store) [lowes.com]


Here are a few that I found in my area:

BLACK+DECKER 6.5-Amp 14-in Corded Electric String Trimmer - $21.99 (Was $54.98)
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek link [brickseek.com]

BLACK+DECKER 3.3-Amp 24-in Corded Electric Hedge Trimmer - $27.99 (Was $69.99 )
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

BLACK+DECKER 12-Amp 400-CFM 250-MPH Corded Electric Leaf Blower Vacuum Kit Included - $67.98 (Was $79.98)
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

BLACK+DECKER 7.5-Amp 14-in Corded Electric String Trimmer - $27.98 (Was $69.97)
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

BLACK+DECKER EASYFEED 20-volt Max 12-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer with Edger Capability (Battery Included) - $44.99 (Was $89.98 )
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

BLACK+DECKER 3.8 Amps 20-in Corded Electric Hedge Trimmer - $42.49 (Was $49.99 )
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

And finally (I know this was posted before, but sharing again in case anyone missed it)

Margaritaville Land Shark Classic Long Board Skateboard - $14.28 (Was $47.48)
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

Edit, they also have a few kobalt lawn tools on clearnace , but I could only find one link online. It might be worth a trip to the store to check it out

Kobalt 40-volt Max 13-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer with Edger Capability (Battery Included) - $64.50 (Was $129.00)
Lowes Link [lowes.com]
Brickseek Link [brickseek.com]

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Kobalt 40-volt Max 13-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer with Edger Capability (Battery Included) - $64.50 (Was $129.00)

is now $51.60 in most stores in my area. NJ
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Quite specific, rather than random
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Another item I just saw was a kobalt welding hood for $47.60.

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000003026
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If anyone spots a cordless pole saw deal, please post it. I did a quick search didn't see anything at the moment for a cordless (battery) model.
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If anyone spots a cordless pole saw deal, please post it. I did a quick search didn't see anything at the moment for a cordless (battery) model.
My store 01757 has

BLACK+DECKER 20-volt Lithium Ion 8-in Cordless Electric Pole Saw (Battery Included)
Item # 100721 Model # LPP120

For $55.60 (5 in stock)

It's not an amazing tool but a good price and included the battery
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Another item I just saw was a kobalt welding hood for $47.60.

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000003026 [brickseek.com]
I noticed a bunch of welding supplies with big price reductions in a Lowe's store near me too, including the helmet you mentioned (for $31.99), as well as others as low as $18.

If you're in the market for a welding helmet you should check what Lowe's has near you (probably needs its own thread, but I'm too lazy)
https://www.lowes.com/pl/Welding-...4294607684
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Anyone have experience with the "BLACK+DECKER 3.3-Amp 24-in Corded Electric Hedge Trimmer"?

Should I get this or wait for a cordless one? Don't want to deal with the cord but if this is a good deal then I will grab it.

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Kobalt 40V or B&D 20 V cordless trimmer? Any recommendation?
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I have the B&D cordless string trimmer and I really like it. Got it on one of the deals for around $45 with the spare battery. The spare comes in handy when I am doing both the edging and the trimming.
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Anyone have experience with the "BLACK+DECKER 3.3-Amp 24-in Corded Electric Hedge Trimmer"?

Should I get this or wait for a cordless one? Don't want to deal with the cord but if this is a good deal then I will grab it.

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I don't have this Black and Decker trimmer, but I do have an old electric Craftsman one that I use.

I recently got a battery-powered Ryobi trimmer thinking it could switch over because I hate having to haul around the cord and there is no comparison.

If you have large shrubs (like Burning Bush, etc.). You need to have the electric trimmer. The battery one will not hold out. It cannot cut nearly as fast and bogs down on thicker branches.
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Thanks, just grabbed the last 20V string trimmer at a store for $36.00. Got a ton of B&D 20v lithium ion batteris.
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Kobalt 40V or B&D 20 V cordless trimmer? Any recommendation?
I own the 50v Kobalt and personally the edge guard on it sucks imo. This one looks like the same guard - be prepared for stuff flying everywhere. Heavy as hell too.
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I don't have this Black and Decker trimmer, but I do have an old electric Craftsman one that I use.

I recently got a battery-powered Ryobi trimmer thinking it could switch over because I hate having to haul around the cord and there is no comparison.

If you have large shrubs (like Burning Bush, etc.). You need to have the electric trimmer. The battery one will not hold out. It cannot cut nearly as fast and bogs down on thicker branches.
My ego trimmer suffers none of those qualms but more $$
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I own the 50v Kobalt and personally the edge guard on it sucks imo. This one looks like the same guard - be prepared for stuff flying everywhere. Heavy as hell too.
It is heavy! I picked it up in store and no thank you. Heavy weed whips are the worse.
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