7.5Ah Battery Size

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Anyone curious about the size of the new 7.5Ah battery pack, I re sized the picture of the 7.5Ah to match the picture of the 4.0Ah battery.

The 4.0Ah first and then the 7.5Ah:

So this monster pack will drop right into the mower, taking up all of that conveniently leftover space around the 4.0Ah pack and doubling its already decent 40 minute run time.  It will sit nicely below the chainsaw handle as well, giving you all the cutting muscle you can deal with!

Turbo on the blower should last over 40 minutes, with Low going for FOUR HOURS, and attached to either string trimmer you could hack away at your yard until you tire from malnutrition and require refueling.

Geez... I hope Ego plans a big first shipment of these new battery packs.  I predict a strong demand. :-)
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Doc, if the 7.5Ah pack comes in at the same $/Wh as the 4.0Ah pack, it would cost $375. I would expect it to be much less than that, but we'll just have to wait and see.

As far as the weight goes, yeah, it might add a little too much mass to some of the tools, but come on now... how much run time do most people really need? :-)

The 4.0Ah pack in the smaller tools would outlast most people's stamina, and the new 5.0Ah pack will extend that by 25% with no added weight.

I have a bad back, not broken mind you, but there's quite a lot to be said for never having to pull start a cranky engine. :-)
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Love your post.  and your last sentence sums it up.  Cut the cord!