I bought a piece of modular rack from a local hardware store that had various types of tool hanging hooks available.
For the string trimmer I used a hook that had two fingers that protrude and angle up. I bent the two fingers out slightly until the tail of the trimmer sat firmly in place.
For the blower I used a single straight hook and drilled a small quarter inch hole in the bottom of the blower tube at the very end.
I don't have my hedge trimmer yet but I can tell you there is a hole in the bottom of the unit that will allow hanging it on a nail or screw head.
My mower sits very compact, folded up against the wall below my other tools and protrudes less out into the garage than the garbage pail it sits beside.
Wall storage options is one area where Ego could improve their line. Offering a selection of tool specific hooks and/or some better options for hanging on the tools themselves would increase their storability.
For now my do it yourself solutions are working extremely well.
There is no way to hang the blower, the charger hangs, the trimmer hangs, but the blower which has good counter balanced weight and a flat bottom has no hook holes or a way to hang. The design and product is so good, and the site even has links to garage organization, I can not believe they missed this detail. Perhaps a molded wall strip that holds each unit, the charger(s), and spare batteries that can be purchased and added to with each unit type, but links together like sideways "legos" would give people a way to store the entire Ego system as it grows. I know it may motivate me to buy more pieces if it had a storage "system" to make a EGO wall location in my garage. Clean and convenient is the key to good design.
A simple set of molded tool-specific plastic brackets would make storage much easier.
The solution I posted above works very well, and only took some slight modifications to the tools/brackets.
I'll post an update when I get my hedge trimmer mounted.
As I posted in another thread, which was conveniently ignored by the staff. There was a lot of great thinking that went into the tools but it makes you scratch your head when you think about some simple things that were overlooked.
I really have no idea what a tidy garage is....lol. I think I'm going to clean mine up one day.
Take a look at this, this doesn't even include my hand power tool batteries and chargers. Now, don't lie, some of you have the same problem. I do not want any of my batteries to be in a storage building or outside area. Please post some pictures of your setup. I'm drowning in Batteries.