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Dewalt 20V MAX: String Trimmer, Handheld Blower, or Hedge Trimmer Kit

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Ace Hardware has Select Dewalt 20V MAX Yard Kits on sale Buy One Get One 50% Off (2 for $299.98) when you purchase a quantity of two. Choose free store pickup where stock permits.
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Been looking for a deal on a 20V string trimmer after missing the $300 deal a few weeks back. This deal isn't quite as good, but you get the 14" trimmer (foldable) and 2x 5 AH batteries and 2 chargers for $300.

Go to AceHardware buy one of the outdoor tools and get another 50% off (basically $100). All the tools come with a charger and battery (hence the multiple batteries and chargers).

https://www.acehardware.com/depar...rs/7422405

Specifically the deal is valid on models: 7006864, 7422405, 7465537. Deal is good 6/1 - 6/29.
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this weedweater with 5amp battery and charger and a blower was $200.00
Yeah... I did the same.

But you will want to have the 12ah batts, or the 60v are a pain in the choocher. Plus, the 12ah is a beast to carry around, at 3lbs

They are coming out with a 15ah (it might be out already, idk). But at nearly 5lbs, it's really not worth having when you consider the difference in price/weight added for basically adding 3ah/1.5ah for 20v and 60v respectively. But if using them on say the mower, it might be nice for a bit more weight... but I'm worried a bit about the the connection. Dewalt already has too much play in its tool to battery design. I would love to see a complete overhaul of their tools... but I highly doubt that would happen. I mean, they would rather invest their R&D into 💩💩 items like the Atomics, and a (pretty much worthless) blue tooth + app.

All in all, Dewalt has fallen pretty far these past few years. Certain tools they make are "Must have's" when compared to the same tool from other brands, but at the end of the day, in hindsight, I'd still do fine without their products... they've become more of a DIY/Homeowner type tool, than the unbeatable workhorse they were once known as.

I've actually caught myself buying more bosch since they had the much needed upgrade to their battery platform.

If only there were a tool brand that had all the best of the class tools in their lineup. (Sighs).

...

My name is IncompletePerfect. Thanks for coming out to my Ted Talk.
Tool bad the chainsaw is excluded. Would be worth it to me for the hedge trimmer and chainsaw.

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Is this the trimmer that's kind of nerfed?
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Tool bad the chainsaw is excluded. Would be worth it to me for the hedge trimmer and chainsaw.
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Isn't there an XR trimmer that's highly recommended?
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Is this the trimmer that's kind of nerfed?
Not that I've heard/seen... but that doesn't mean I haven't missed something. Please share if this is a bad model.
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Not that I've heard/seen... but that doesn't mean I haven't missed something. Please share if this is a bad model.
I'm not sure. Just I remember someone brought it up on the last deal for the foldable string trimmer.
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this weedweater with 5amp battery and charger and a blower was $200.00
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I got the non-folding trimmer and replaced the head as the default one was a p.i.t.a. to wind. Think I used a husquavarna head off Amazon, there are videos that show how. Also, reports that the blower was killing batteries left in them made me develop the habit of always removing them when done. Otherwise great tools
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This is great. I'm hoping to catch a deal on the 60V one day.
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Wonder how the return would break down?
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This is great. I'm hoping to catch a deal on the 60V one day.
Yeah... I did the same.

But you will want to have the 12ah batts, or the 60v are a pain in the choocher. Plus, the 12ah is a beast to carry around, at 3lbs

They are coming out with a 15ah (it might be out already, idk). But at nearly 5lbs, it's really not worth having when you consider the difference in price/weight added for basically adding 3ah/1.5ah for 20v and 60v respectively. But if using them on say the mower, it might be nice for a bit more weight... but I'm worried a bit about the the connection. Dewalt already has too much play in its tool to battery design. I would love to see a complete overhaul of their tools... but I highly doubt that would happen. I mean, they would rather invest their R&D into 💩💩 items like the Atomics, and a (pretty much worthless) blue tooth + app.

All in all, Dewalt has fallen pretty far these past few years. Certain tools they make are "Must have's" when compared to the same tool from other brands, but at the end of the day, in hindsight, I'd still do fine without their products... they've become more of a DIY/Homeowner type tool, than the unbeatable workhorse they were once known as.

I've actually caught myself buying more bosch since they had the much needed upgrade to their battery platform.

If only there were a tool brand that had all the best of the class tools in their lineup. (Sighs).

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My name is IncompletePerfect. Thanks for coming out to my Ted Talk.
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Os the second set 50% off work kn ego too?
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Os the second set 50% off work kn ego too?
Ich no verstehen.
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this weedweater with 5amp battery and charger and a blower was $200.00

Yeah I got on that deal real quick....
The trimmer works fine. I use it on low settings and it cuts just fine. I would probably never use the high setting on it. The blower isnt the strongest but its good enough for me.
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