Ego Products Wish List

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Post a single product you think ego should make and let the likes dictate what's made next!
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Shahdy Ali-Hassan

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Need a tiller. Very much would like an ego version instead of having to mix current set of ego products with something else.
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So wish I could replace this broken air pump with an Ego
Alas that option is not available
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Small garden tiller
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Qualls Photography

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Does EGO plan to release any branded merchandise? I would gladly purchase an EGO hat, tee shirt, polo short, water bottle, or other merchandise containing a SMALL EGO logo. 
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Glasses and gloves are available

https://egopowerplus.com/collections/accessories
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Qualls Photography

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@szwoopp Unfortunately, the EGO trimmer shoulder straps make terrible pants suspenders, and I cannot type wearing those leather gloves. I am looking for a way to show off my cutting edge lawn care equipment in the office. :)
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szwoopp, Champion

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Unfortunately, I have only seen those types of items as giveaways and promos.  Just have to hang around here enough until they have another I guess.
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My Ego undies are about as subtle as you can get, at work anyway, but they were a limited time offer... :-(
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Blue
that is funny, but I just can't bring myself to click the like button
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@Qualls, at least the padded part of the shoulder strap can make a nice can/bottle coozie. 
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The Ego branding glows in the dark. How’dya like me now? :-P
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I would buy an ego 56V powered backpack sprayer
A stand-alone edger to complement my trimmer and mower.
While I am mowing I wish I could attach a striping kit
When renovating my lawn I would love to use a battery powered tiller or a small lawn dethatcher/ scarifier/aerator. 
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some good ideas Daniel.

Ego does make a stand alone edger already.

https://egopowerplus.com/collections/power-edgers/products/rear-motor-edger
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I'd like to see a smaller lawn mower too. Some of us don't have huge lawns or have very hilly grounds. A small, push mower sized mower that takes one battery would be great. I currently use the 15" trimmer.


The training wheels idea for the trimmer would be cool. That might work out good.
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Low and behold, B&D have a mini mower option for the trimmer! Seems easy enough for Ego to build one like this.



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I too would actually like something like this.  I used to think the idea was silly but I found the ideal application for it. I live on a bluff above a small lake with my main yard on the bluff top.  The 21" SP mower handles that just fine.  I have been using my string trimmer to cut the narrow bands of steeply sloped grass on the sides of my stairs down the bluff but the slope means the grass always ends up scalped in some spots and long in others.  This device looks like it would handle the slope a lot better.  I also have been trimming ~500 sq ft of grass along the shoreline while still leaving a buffer of natural shoreline.  Again this looks ideal for that rather than lugging my mower down the stairs. +1 from me!
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Wish list.

Here are some ideas that Ego should jump on!
  • 4 gal Backpack Sprayer
  • Portable Window or Tower Fan
  • Stationary or Tripod LED Work Light
  • Mini Hand-held Pressure Washer
  • Portable Shop Vacuum
  • Airless Paint Sprayer
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56volts in, 8 volts out to power this battery powered spreader indefinitely.
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What is this magic. Did you build this?
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Yes, I got so tired of having to constantly exchange the four rechargeable AA batteries for fresh ones. It seemed silly when I’d be stuck without a spreader on a job given the fact I have eight 2.5 & two 5.0 AH Ego batteries available but no charged AA’s.
I learned about the benefits of the programmable drop-down voltage regulator. It hosts the basic input(56volts from the battery) and output (4 AA’s are 6 volts but I set output to 8 volts so it’s faster).
I had a charger that quit working several years ago to act as the contact point and harbor the regulator. Attaching the base of the spreader to the bottom of the charger will be the next challenge. Eight zip-ties are currently keeping them together.
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Zip ties work fine. My ego powered rc mower has zip ties all over it.
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Great ingenuity Adam

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This mobile battery bank has been so helpful. YouTube link to follow

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Nice set up !
Landscaping business ? 
Ego tools but no ego mowers ?
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Adam Neusbaum

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Correct. Mowing is overly saturated in our area so I seek out niche services instead.
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The spreader worked great for spreading a 36# bag of Milorganite today
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While it is interesting, I don’t understand motorizing a hand spreader? I mean they have a tiny hand crank that has no resistance. To me that’s taking a light product and turning it into a heavy beast. I could use my hand spreader all day without any fatigue. I’m missing something here.
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Probably consistent delivery over an area. Hand crank gives bursts of material
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Putting a better battery on something that’s already battery powered makes sense to me.

The hand crank version of these spreaders is garbage, I went through two or three of them. The battery ”Whizz” version works great, but I can see it chewing through batteries when used on larger properties.

The Ego battery is a little overkill, perhaps, but would run for a whole season! I might try adapting a 12v or 18v tool battery instead should I ever be in that situation.
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Blue, do you have an email?
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Yessir, but I don't share it publicly.  Got something to share for my eyes only?  :-)
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Erik

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Haha that’s why I asked. I wanted to go over an idea I had but no way to pm users on here. No big deal!
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Two additions to the power unit.........a blower attachment......like the Stihl kombi...and a shorter fixed hedge trimmer attachment. Both very handy in day to day use.

Jeremy