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EGO 56V power equipment at Lowe's (tools only),15-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer, $99, 600-CFM Brushless Backpack Leaf Blower, $169, 18-in Brushless Chainsaw, $199, FS + more

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Lowe's has select EGO 56V outdoor power equipment on sale. Shipping is free.

EGO POWER+ 56-Volt 15-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer (Battery Not Included), $99
https://www.lowes.com/pd/EGO-15-I...5000198589

EGO POWER+ 56-volt 600-CFM Brushless Backpack Cordless Electric Leaf Blower Ah (Tool Only), $169
https://www.lowes.com/pd/EGO-POWE...5000151939

EGO POWER+ 56-volt 25-in Dual Cordless Electric Hedge Trimmer (Battery Not Included), $189
https://www.lowes.com/pd/EGO-POWE...5001880541

EGO POWER+ 56-Volt 18-in Brushless Cordless Electric Chainsaw (Battery Not Included), $199
https://www.lowes.com/pd/EGO-Powe...1003130752

EGO POWER+ Select Cut 56-Volt Brushless 21-in Self-Propelled Cordless Electric Lawn Mower (Battery Not Included), $399
https://www.lowes.com/pd/EGO-POWE...5000199077
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wish the battery was included with mower, I need one for next year and don't want to store it right now.
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Considering a battery is at least $150+ and will need replacing after 3-6 years, I'm not sure I can recommend Ego anymore.
Is there a brand for which that isn't true, or are you advocating a return to ICE mowers?
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Considering a battery is at least $150+ and will need replacing after 3-6 years, I'm not sure I can recommend Ego anymore.
Had ego since 2014 no issues with batteries.
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Had ego since 2014 no issues with batteries.
My 5Ah Ego battery just died after 6 years of non-intensive use. At $240 to replace it, that averages to $40 a year on 1 battery -- a ratio that should be better in my opinion. Or Ego should double their warranty duration.
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I just had a 7.5Ah die after 2.5 years. Luckily, its still in warranty. Also had the mower self propel fail while in warranty. It does not inspire confidence in the product
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My 5Ah Ego battery just died after 6 years of non-intensive use. At $240 to replace it, that averages to $40 a year on 1 battery -- a ratio that should be better in my opinion. Or Ego should double their warranty duration.
$40 a yr on battery is not too bad imo. The cost to operate a gas mower is more if you include the maintenance and time needed to do so.
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I keep hoping to see 18" chainsaw come back down to $180.

Also, there are some 10% off gift cards being sold right now for Lowes, so can try to stack with these deals.
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I wish they could make robotic string trimmers.
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Had ego since 2014 no issues with batteries.
Same. I have around 8 batteries no issues.
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I just got the same mower with 7.5Ah battery last week. At the $399 price this one would have been a better deal though since I didn't really need the 7.5Ah. Too much of a pain to return it with gift cards involved though. Picked up the string trimmer though. With some of the gift card deals it's a pretty good price.
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Wish the backpack blower with the battery had been on sale, but got it anyway. With the military/veteran discount it came to $359.10. Paid most of that with $250 Lowe's gift (cost: $225) and two $50 gift cards (cost: $90) deals from SD.

Net cost, after tax, $324.65 to save my stepdad's back during the fall. Plus I get to borrow it.
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Wish the backpack blower with the battery had been on sale, but got it anyway. With the military/veteran discount it came to $359.10. Paid most of that with $250 Lowe's gift (cost: $225) and two $50 gift cards (cost: $90) deals from SD.

Net cost, after tax, $324.65 to save my stepdad's back during the fall. Plus I get to borrow it.

I'm not seeing military discount for "sale" items any longer.
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I keep hoping to see 18" chainsaw come back down to $180.

Also, there are some 10% off gift cards being sold right now for Lowes, so can try to stack with these deals.
Buy a $20 off $100 coupon from online sellers, use gift cards at 10% off to make the purchase, and your effective price is $164.
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