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  • Ridgid Cordless Chainsaw, and Hedge Trimmer

    I'll take one of each, anyone else? Come on Ridgid, I'm not getting any younger, and I know you guys want to expand the line!

  • #2
    I thought you bought the Milwaukee chainsaw Frank.
    "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

    https://www.youtube.com/user/PowerToolInstitute

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    • Frankiarmz
      Frankiarmz commented
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      I missed out on a promotion that added a extra 12.ah battery. Hoping for another promotion soon!

  • #3
    I have the Ryobi 40 volt chainsaw, hedge trimmer, blower, weed whacker, Mower and even the 48 volt ride on 100ah lawn tractor. No complaints.

    Rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #4
      I have gas powered outdoor equipment, tried and true and better than new......

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      • Frankiarmz
        Frankiarmz commented
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        Been using gas equipment forty years now. I have the Milwaukee 18 volt line trimmer, and blower, no two cycle mix, no fumes, no pull cords, instant start and stop . Battery has its advantages, and drawbacks.

    • #5
      I'm with Frank. After decades of 2 cycle yard tools I switched a couple years ago to battery and not going back. I am looking at selling my John Deere X534 and getting a battery zero turn for mowing, and a Ego 56V snow blower for the driveway. My JD 47 inch snow blower is over kill but does a tremendous job. I have mostly Ego 56 volt tools and love them including the self-propelled 21 inch mower which will cut my whole lawn (19k sf) on one charge.

      When winter comes I just pull the batteries and park them until next spring, nothing to do except sharpen blades on the mower and the chainsaw.
      "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

      https://www.youtube.com/user/PowerToolInstitute

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      • #6
        I'm seeing more widespread use of cordless lawn equipment among the pro's, they must know something. No fuel, mix, pull cords, oily mess. Plug and play.
        I love my gas lawn equipment as much as everyone else but I no longer have any reservations on cordless.

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        • #7
          Consumer demand for these tools is well established, Ridgid has a great battery platform, so why not add to the line and become more profitable?

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