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I have a Stihl corded hedge trimmer and a Stihl stringer trimmer

I'm a big Stihl fan.

After wearing out multiple B&D "hedge hog" trimmers (one every other year), found the Stihl online. Was blown away by the quality!!!!!

That led me to buy the Stihl trimmer last year when my Poulan finally kicked the bucket. I'm very happy with it so far, even though it's less than a year old.

The only downsize with gas powered equipment is upkeep & "winterization." That's why I want to shift to electric/battery powered devices whenever they can handle the job. I think a battery powered blower can handle all of my requirements.

(In response to this post by 48zip)

Posted: 04/21/2017 at 3:31PM


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  Re: Battery powered leaf blower recommendations? -- Mama Goose 04/21/2017 11:46AM

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