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Ryobi 40v String Trimmer Attachment Capable $114 at Home Depot YMMV

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YMMV Zip Code 32256. Ryobi 40v String Trimmer that is Attachment Capable for $114 at Home Depot online and in store. Includes battery and charger. Used veteran discount for an extra 10% off to make it a little sweeter.

I am heavily invested in the Expand-it accessories and have been shopping for an attachment capable string trimmer for a long time. This price seems feisty to me.

The Brushless version is on sale for $154 - price lowered which is also feisty.

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The trimmer pictured is the old "Connextion" trimmer and NOT compatible with the "Expand-It" series of tools FYI
I think I have made the correct edits, thanks for pointing out the obvious
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I purchased the brushless midweek the beginning of this season for 179. I used my friends little craftsmen chainsaw attachment with it and when used correctly it has enough power to cut through big branches. I also bought this attachment that works great
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Trimm.../205744680
I love it. It took a while to get use to the string trimmer head but now I understand how it works a little different than my last speed head and enjoy using it. I recommend the brushless trimmer!
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I purchased the brushless midweek the beginning of this season for 179. I used my friends little craftsmen chainsaw attachment with it and when used correctly it has enough power to cut through big branches. I also bought this attachment that works great
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Trimm.../205744680
I love it. It took a while to get use to the string trimmer head but now I understand how it works a little different than my last speed head and enjoy using it. I recommend the brushless trimmer!
The tilt feature on that attachment looks nice for big bushes, thx for sharing. I did not know that existed
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Do you think using the word "feisty" incorrectly is witty, or do you really not know what it means?
It's over your head. You missed the connection and that's actually hilarious.
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Good deal if you can get it. The 40v hardly ever goes on sale. Even to find it in the used market is pretty difficult. Got really lucky and some lady was selling a 40v trimmer with a 4 amp battery plus charger for $68. Check for used Ryobi tools from time to time and you'll end up stumbling on steals like that. Works fine. Been using for a couple months now. She probably got it confused with the price of the 18v or something.
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I purchased the brushless midweek the beginning of this season for 179. I used my friends little craftsmen chainsaw attachment with it and when used correctly it has enough power to cut through big branches. I also bought this attachment that works great
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Trimm.../205744680
I love it. It took a while to get use to the string trimmer head but now I understand how it works a little different than my last speed head and enjoy using it. I recommend the brushless trimmer!
Totally agree, I actually purchased it yesterday for 179 (This is the price for all of Atlanta area). I got fed up with my Black/Decker where the string would constantly get stuck, and would take forever to cut down the weeds that have become trees. The plastic blades that come with this is perfect for anyone with a forest in the backyard.
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Do you think using the word "feisty" incorrectly is witty, or do you really not know what it means?
Do you think being a D on the internet is witty, or are you really just a D?
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It's over your head. You missed the connection and that's actually hilarious.
You might be right. The only "connection" I can see is the OP's username and, maybe, an attempt to make some sort of "brand" by using words incorrectly simply because they're in their username? I would have thought that was clever when I was 12, so I'm sure that's not it.

So, hey, please clue me in on the joke! "Hilarious" is a pretty strong term. I like to laugh. Explain it to me.
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Do you think being a D on the internet is witty, or are you really just a D?
What's the "D" stand for? Is it Dandelion? Dynamo? Oh! Dactylist? I'm stumped.

Because it's can't possibly be that you're too afraid (or prudish?) to write out "dick" or "douchebag". Unless you're afraid your mom will wash your mouth out with soap?
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You might be right. The only "connection" I can see is the OP's username and, maybe, an attempt to make some sort of "brand" by using words incorrectly simply because they're in their username? I would have thought that was clever when I was 12, so I'm sure that's not it.

So, hey, please clue me in on the joke! "Hilarious" is a pretty strong term. I like to laugh. Explain it to me.

What's the "D" stand for? Is it Dandelion? Dynamo? Oh! Dactylist? I'm stumped.

Because it's can't possibly be that you're too afraid (or prudish?) to write out "dick" or "douchebag". Unless you're afraid your mom will wash your mouth out with soap?
Thx for the feisty comment! 12yo is the highest maturity estimate I've had in years.
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Thx for the feisty comment! 12yo is the highest maturity estimate I've had in years.
I actually meant to respond to your first response to my initial feisty comment! So I'll do it here.
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Maybe I have been around my teenage kids too much ♂️
You actually had me doubting myself and I went to check out Urban Dictionary just to make sure your usage didn't whooooosh right over my head.

Fortunately, it didn't, but blaming your kids was a good way to go. You never can tell what random word they'll pick next to mean nothing like what it originally meant.

So props to you for making me doubt myself!
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Any sale on mower?
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I actually meant to respond to your first response to my initial feisty comment! So I'll do it here.

You actually had me doubting myself and I went to check out Urban Dictionary just to make sure your usage didn't whooooosh right over my head.

Fortunately, it didn't, but blaming your kids was a good way to go. You never can tell what random word they'll pick next to mean nothing like what it originally meant.

So props to you for making me doubt myself!
No worries, but I have no goal of making anyone doubt themselves. feel free to think I'm a bit silly. I, mostly, enjoy the silliness of my teenagers. Maybe I need to grow up. Hope someone benefits from the deal, that is where I will spend the rest of my conversation.
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Any sale on mower?
These two are I added links to the post. Not huge savings, but something

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../311084824

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../311084745
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No worries, but I have no goal of making anyone doubt themselves. feel free to think I'm a bit silly. I, mostly, enjoy the silliness of my teenagers. Maybe I need to grow up. Hope someone benefits from the deal, that is where I will spend the rest of my conversation.
You handled this well. I don't mean that to sound condescending; I'm saying it because the way you handled it made me regret my initial post.

You could have just ignored my comment or snarked back, but instead you responded in a disarming way. I'm sure you're aware of what you were doing, too; I don't mean it to sound like a teacher giving you a gold star.

Don't get me wrong, I still think the "feisty" schtick is dumb, but if I were to do it over, I'd have said something less inflammatory...or nothing at all (though probably not, since avoiding commentary isn't really in personality).

Anyway, have a good rest of the weekend! Peace
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These two are I added links to the post. Not huge savings, but something

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../311084824

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../311084745
Thanks... I am seeing that price for long time... looking for more savings
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