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I have an Egopowwer cordless blower 56V and would like to purchase an extra battery. Where is this available?
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Spare batteries should be available at Home Depot. I've seen them on Amazon. They are very expensive. I think a better idea is to buy another ego too, with a battery, it's more cost effective. Also, one in awhile Ego has a deal where if you buy a certain tool, you get a free battery. I did that last year, and received two free battery's, 2.0 Amp hour, but they work and were free.
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Rosalee - I have a new/never used 2.0Ahr battery with standard charger - would you be interested?

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AmazonĀ  $199.00
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You can buy these from Amazon or Home Depot, although Home Depot might have to ship because they carry a limited selection in store. Checking Amazon, the prices seem kind of out-of-whack right now for some reason.

The question is, what capacity do you need? The 2.5 Ah battery is $150 at HD. The 4.0 Ah is $200, and the 5.0 Ah is $258. The 5.0 is usually cheaper at Amazon, but it seems to have spiked for some reason.
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Better of buying another tool combo like they said. I'm about to get my 5th combo, so 5 tools and 5 batteries.
Batteries are way too expensive separate. It's all great equipment so far; with the exception of the best mower being mediocre, but still fantastic for light duty regular weekly mowing. But the chain saw, blower, and weed whacker / trimmer are great. Getting the hedge trimmer next.

Tool + charger ends up costing like $15 if you base off the battery stand alone price.

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