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Kobalt 80V Yard Tool Sale: Kobalt 80V Gen II Pole Saw (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Lowe's has select Kobalt 80V Yard Tools on sale starting at $39.99. Shipping starts at $5.99 or free on $45+ orders. Thanks Imasloth

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I've seen better deals, but these seem to be ok.

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Pole Saw - $139 [lowes.com]

Chainsaw - $139 [lowes.com] (Sold out)

16" Trimmer - Attachment capable - $109 [lowes.com]

Edger with 2Ah battery - $249 [lowes.com]

Blower with 2Ah battery - $195 [lowes.com]

Reconditioned 2.5Ah Battery - $69 [lowes.com]

6Ah Battery - $259 [lowes.com]

There are some others in the first link. I'm still waiting for their 80v mowers to go on clearance lower than they are currently.
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Nice find. Repped.
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These do not go on sale often. I've got most of what I need, but these are pretty good prices.
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I'd love to get the edger but I don't need the battery and charger... That seems to be the only way they sell it though as far as I can tell.
Anyone have the chainsaw? I've been waiting on a dewalt 20V deal for chainsaw but this seems pretty good too.
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I just ordered the craftsman pole saw for 200, should I go with the kobalt for 139 instead? I already have the 80v chainsaw so I can use that battery.
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Anyone bought one of these reconditioned batteries? The 90 day warranty vs. 3 years is not good, but this is a great price.
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I wish they have a deal for the edger tool only.
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Greenworks 80V (same thing) blower is a beast. It turns heads and I get compliments in my neighborhood.
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I'd love to get the edger but I don't need the battery and charger... That seems to be the only way they sell it though as far as I can tell.
Anyone have the chainsaw? I've been waiting on a dewalt 20V deal for chainsaw but this seems pretty good too.
I ended up getting a gas edger. Every single other tool I have is a Kobalt 80v Max. I called Lowes, Kobalt, and the company that manufacturers Kobalt tools and they all said there is no plan on selling the edger on its own. That kinda thing upsets me. Great tools, bad customer service.
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Wait so if I have Greenworks Pro 80V batteries (I have the mower) they will work in these tools too? And vice versa???
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Wait so if I have Greenworks Pro 80V batteries (I have the mower) they will work in these tools too? And vice versa???
From what I've seen online, they modified the battery casing slightly so they are not interchangeable. I do believe some people have carved out the plastic on the sides to make each fit into both though. https://www.smartfamilymoney.com/...them%20fit.
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I'd love to get the edger but I don't need the battery and charger... That seems to be the only way they sell it though as far as I can tell.
Anyone have the chainsaw? I've been waiting on a dewalt 20V deal for chainsaw but this seems pretty good too.
I have the chainsaw, we have about 3 acres and it handles everything I need to do. its useful to have an additional battery.
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Something told me to hold off from getting the 40v line. Damnit.
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I'd love to get the edger but I don't need the battery and charger... That seems to be the only way they sell it though as far as I can tell.
Anyone have the chainsaw? I've been waiting on a dewalt 20V deal for chainsaw but this seems pretty good too.
Get the attachment capable trimmer from link above and add this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../207209914

I have that combo. It works great!

Chainsaw is very good. Cuts like a beast. Eats up small batteries though (meaning goes through them quick). Can certainly cut, charge, swap batteries, etc., but would recommend 5 or 6ah for bigger jobs/trees. Especially if limbing, cutting into smaller pieces, etc. after cutting tree down.
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