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[Amazon.ca] Greenworks 80V String trimmer (attachment capable) - $145.68

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[Amazon.ca] Greenworks 80V String trimmer (attachment capable) - $145.68

Not the time of year that people are thinking about it but the lowest Amazon price on a good string trimmer.

Takes most attachments. Ryobi and Echo.

Update 3: price now down to 145.68
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Good deal - I would have to modify it to accept my Kobalt 80v batteries and the deal isn't quite good enough to incentivize me to go to that much trouble. I already have a heavy duty Stihl 4 stroke string trimmer so the need isn't that great. Now, if it came closer to $120, I'd be all in.
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CaptSmethwick wrote: Good deal - I would have to modify it to accept my Kobalt 80v batteries and the deal isn't quite good enough to incentivize me to go to that much trouble. I already have a heavy duty Stihl 4 stroke string trimmer so the need isn't that great. Now, if it came closer to $120, I'd be all in.
I have a Stihl as well. Good for me but others in the house can't stand trying to pull start. My stihl cant take attachments either so looking forward to throwing on a hedge trimmer an edger and maybe a cultivator. Will be keeping an eye out for good sales on those.
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jeremy4 wrote: I have a Stihl as well. Good for me but others in the house can't stand trying to pull start. My stihl cant take attachments either so looking forward to throwing on a hedge trimmer an edger and maybe a cultivator. Will be keeping an eye out for good sales on those.
You are fortunate to have others in your family whose sole barrier to using a string trimmer is how difficult it is to start...
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CaptSmethwick wrote: You are fortunate to have others in your family whose sole barrier to using a string trimmer is how difficult it is to start...
Wouldn't say it's the sole barrier but its the one most often mentioned Face With Tears Of Joy
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The model shown is not what your going to get. The model you will get is the updated version. Slow at start up but spins a bit faster then the one shown in the picture. The one in the picture gets up to speed faster but spins a bit slower.. I didn't like this. You won't see the newer model with the on/off button.
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jgoedhard wrote: The model shown is not what your going to get. The model you will get is the updated version. Slow at start up but spins a bit faster then the one shown in the picture. The one in the picture gets up to speed faster but spins a bit slower.. I didn't like this. You won't see the newer model with the on/off button.
Which one is which? When ordering today do you get the one on the left or the one on the right?
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CaptSmethwick wrote: Good deal - I would have to modify it to accept my Kobalt 80v batteries and the deal isn't quite good enough to incentivize me to go to that much trouble. I already have a heavy duty Stihl 4 stroke string trimmer so the need isn't that great. Now, if it came closer to $120, I'd be all in.
How much closer are you looking for? Now down to $145.68
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jeremy4 wrote: Which one is which? When ordering today do you get the one on the left or the one on the right?
you get the one on the left

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