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Old 06-18-2019, 02:51 PM   #1
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Spinoff of the weedeater thread. I'm not looking to clear acres of land or cut down 8 in diameter limbs. Just small stuff around the house. What say you?
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I have the Kobalt one and I got rid of my gas ones. It's too easy. Leaks bar oil like a sieve though. Should probably try to pour it back in the bottle after use. The Kobalt hedge trimmers were a bust, but the pole saw and leaf blower have been great. Leaf blower drains batteries fast.
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Where can I find a Stihl battery powered pole saw?
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Ace Hardware carries them over here.
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I bought a Hyper Tough 20V 8 inch one at Walmart on sale for $59. Regular $109. I think it'll do what I need and didn't have to spend $300. It had really good reviews.
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I used one of these to trim up some trees around the house and was very impressed ! Which ever one you decide on, just make sure you get one that oils automatically .

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-80-v...ded/1000338763

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