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EGO Announces Free EGO 56V Battery with Purchase of EGO Kit

It’s even easier to enjoy “the performance of gas without the noise, fuss and fumes” this summer: EGO has announced its Power Up Your Summer sales event.

From May 19 through June 1, every purchase of an EGO POWER+ product with battery and charger at The Home Depot (in store or online) or any authorized EGO dealer will qualify for an additional 2.0 Ah Arc-Lithium battery at no extra charge. A second EGO Arc-Lithium battery can virtually eliminate down time. With one battery charging while you work, you’ll be ready to keep going when the other battery needs to recharge.

EGO’s unique ARC-Lithium 56 Volt batteries are compatible with the entire award-winning EGO product lineup. Named for its unusual shape, the patented 56 Volt ARC-Lithium battery is designed to minimize heat buildup, which is the #1 enemy of all batteries.

Eligible kits include:
EGO POWER+ Mowers, EGO POWER+ Blowers, EGO POWER+ String Trimmers, EGO POWER+ Hedge Trimmer and EGO POWER+ Chain Saws. Additional product information is available at The Home Depot and

About EGO
EGO, a brand of cordless outdoor power equipment that claims to deliver Power Beyond Belief, is the brainchild of Chervon, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electric power tools and related products. For more than 20 years, Chervon has specialized in researching, developing and manufacturing electric power tools for its own and many of the largest professional brands. The company’s philosophy—to build a better world by building better tools—has earned it a reputation for quality and innovation. Notable achievements include introduction of the first ever power tool equipped with a laser guide line, leading the laser level and digital level markets, lithium-ion power tools and, most recently, the launch of EGO. Chervon is a global operation with locations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia. For more information, visit

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