HD Special Buy for EGO SP Steel Deck

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I noticed that Home Depot has the Self-Propelled 20 inch Steel Deck as a special buy with $50 off. I've rarely seen this mower discounted, so if you've been waiting to pull the trigger...this might be the time to do it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/EGO-20-in-Brushless-Steel-Deck-Walk-Behind-Self-Propelled-Cordless-Mower...
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Nice find Bryan.  Thanks for posting.  I am sure this will be a great help to someone.

Personally, I am considering the dual battery mower, so I am watching for a sale on that model.
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Cannot find this mower at all at my Home Depot in Canada.
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That is not uncommon.  HD CA does not seem to stock the full lineup.

igocordless and unionwheel are alternatives for Ego in CA
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Thanks szwoopp.
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I just checked re: igocordless - HD Canada does not stock igocordless, rather igocordless.ca is the website that actually sells EGO machines, including the 20" steel deck that I was looking for.  The same is true of unionwheel.ca and it has better pricing.
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Sorry Walt I guess I worded that poorly.  They are vendor alternatives to HD where you can buy Ego products in CA.

I think my original message was mixed up when I put it thru the US to CA translator ;)
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Bryan, you have a "nose" for specials ... I am coming to you for the updates from now on :-)
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I'm cheap. I consistently browse for the specials.
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Me too!
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And a few other goodies...
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featured-Products-Early-Garage-and-Security-Savings-Outdoor-Power/EGO/N-...

The 20" plastic deck mower is shown in that list but isn't discounted.
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I would avoid Self Propelled - this mechanism is just one more thing to break down.   Folks who have it, seem to have more problems.

I've had the LM2101 two years with no problems whatsoever.
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So far, I haven't had the issue with the self-propelled on my LM2100SP. Do agree though, if you don't need it then it might be worth saving some money on the non-SP.
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Maybe we shouldn't buy cars because they are self propelled......lol.
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I sure don't want one of those driverless cars or a driverless mower either.

Cars auto speed control function can go bad, though it's greatly improved over the years...thanks to recent engineering.

My experience with small machinery and appliances is less frills - more reliability.   And sometimes it's best to wait for some frills to be perfected.

Of course, you weren't being sarcastic were you?  (wink)
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Yup, it's the old saying. If something is claimed as being unbreakable it just means it doesn't have enough features. LOL
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I was trying to be funny or we could still be using those push lawn mowers in the 1950's.  When I was a kid they were bullet proof.  The faster you pushed them, the faster the blades turn.  Tough going up hills, though!

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