Home Depot offers the EGO POWER+ 15-inch 56V Cordless Electric String Trimmer for $219 shipped. As a comparison, it typically goes for over $300 at Home Depot and other retailers. Grab the bare-tool model for $79 (Reg. $125). This string trimmer delivers everything you want in an all-electric version, and it ships with a 5Ah battery plus wall charger. Ditch the oil and gas routine this year and go with an electric alternative instead, featuring a “high-performance” line winding system and more. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

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Amazon is offering three TP-Link Kasa Smart Dimmer Switches (HS220) for $59.49 shipped with the code 30DIMMERS at checkout. That’s down from its regular going rate of up to $100, the previous sale price of $85, and beats the lowest discount that we’ve seen for three by over $15. Offering brightness control, these smart switches are perfect for anyone who wants to automate their home’s lighting. You’ll find both Alexa and Assistant control here, giving you simple voice commands regardless of which ecosystem you’re in. Rated 4.5/5 stars.

KPBOTL (97% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon is offering the JMTGNSEP 6,000-lumen LED Light Bulb for $23.99 Prime shipped with the code UH9LATPQ at checkout. This is down from its $40 going rate and is a match for our last mention. Offering a whopping 6,000-lumens of light output, this bulb is perfect for workshops, garages, and areas that just need to be brighter. It screws into a normal E26/E27 socket, making it super easy to install. There’s no hanging required, just screw it in and you’re ready to go. Not quite sure how bright 6,000-lumens would be? Well, a normal 60W equivalent LED bulb only has around 800-lumens of light output, making today’s lead deal more than seven times that brightness. Rated 4.8/5 stars.

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