Pretty soon, you’ll be spending every weekend outdoors. It’s that time of year. And let’s be honest: You need power tools.
Outdoor power tools are essential for maintaining a well-kept lawn. You want to be proud of your lawn, so you need to invest in a speed sweeper, a hedge trimmer and the like. The good news is that these are on sale.
GreenWorks calls itself “The Cordless Outdoor Power Tool Brand.” This is a good niche to be in these days, as folks quickly realize how vexing cords can be in all aspects of life.
Seven different GreenWorks G-MAX 40V tools are significantly discounted on Amazon at the moment, and anyone who cares about grooming his lawn should be sure to check them all out:
The GreenWorks cordless chainsaw is one of their most highly regarded products. In fact, it is a #1 Bestseller on Amazon. The chainsaw usually costs $245 but is currently on sale for $199.
If you don’t groom your lawn with a string trimmer, now is the time to start – especially since you can get a high quality one for almost $80 off. The GreenWorks string trimmer, usually $250, is now $170.
If you have a lawn, you surely have hedges. You need to trim them. Luckily, the $154 hedge trimmer is on sale for $119.
If we are being honest, you do not need a pole saw as much as you need a hedge trimmer or string trimmer. That said, you might have troublesome branches you want to remove. In that case, you DEFINITELY need a pole saw. Here’s GreenWorks model, which is over $30 off:
In addition to the above four summer power tools on sale, GreenWorks is also discounting two leaf blowers. The $130 speed sweeper is an especially good deal, as it is currently on sale for $86.
Finally, GreenWorks also has a Blower/Vac that is over $40 off:
Make Summer 2016 the season you finally get around to maintaining a well-groomed lawn.
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