Amazon Canada Amazon.ca Deals of the Day: Up to 40% Off Select BLACK + DECKER Outdoor Tools + GreenPan Ceramic Cookware Set $275 Up to 40% Off Select BLACK + DECKER Tools + More!

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Get your garden ready for summer with today's deals of the day at Amazon.ca, because you can take up to 40% off select BLACK + DECKER outdoor tools! You can also upgrade your cookware and find a GreenPan Paris 11-Piece Hard Anodized Non-Stick Ceramic Cookware Set for $274.99 (regularly $386.28), for a total savings of $111.29.

There are four BLACK + DECKER products available and you can save even more by using the promo code BDSUMMERDEAL during your checkout to take $10.00 off BLACK + DECKER purchases of $60.00 or more! We've listed each deal of the day offer below.

Don't hesitate, as these offers are available today only, May 16. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Use code BDSUMMERDEAL to get an extra $10 off! $66 is a good deal.
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    • Lanella wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 4:35 am
      Use code BDSUMMERDEAL to get an extra $10 off! $67 is a good deal.
      AWWWWWWWWWWESOMMME

      I had a mysterious 20 discount so with the 20 + 10, it came to 53$ taxes in!
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    • Lanella wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 4:35 am
      Use code BDSUMMERDEAL to get an extra $10 off! $66 is a good deal.
      Thanks, post updated.
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    • While a good deal, electric chainsaws are very limited. Only good for trimming small branches.
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    • Battery sold separately.
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    • Justfishing wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 8:34 am
      While a good deal, electric chainsaws are very limited. Only good for trimming small branches.
      While they are limited, they can do more than just small branches. I have this exact model and used it to take down several small-medium sized trees at my cottage this past summer. If you have some serious cutting, nothing beats gas powered, but this chainsaw is definitely sufficient for the average weekend warrior.
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    • Side note, I avoid Black and Decker anything at any cost. It is the Hisense of tools/appliances.
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    • wildzero wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 9:41 am
      While they are limited, they can do more than just small branches. I have this exact model and used it to take down several small-medium sized trees at my cottage this past summer. If you have some serious cutting, nothing beats gas powered, but this chainsaw is definitely sufficient for the average weekend warrior.
      I don't know..... using it that way, you would burn it out in no time. Go buy a little Stihl for $200-will last more than 10 uses---B & D has gone downhill at lightning speed, Walmart junk now

      https://en.stihl.ca/STIHL-Products/Chai ... S-170.aspx

      Remember, have to buy battery for B&D, and you get what you pay for.......
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    • Justfishing wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 11:20 am
      I don't know..... using it that way, you would burn it out in no time. Go buy a little Stihl for $200-will last more than 10 uses---B & D has gone downhill at lightning speed, Walmart junk now

      https://en.stihl.ca/STIHL-Products/Chai ... S-170.aspx

      Remember, have to buy battery for B&D, and you get what you pay for.......
      I picked up one of these a year or 2 ago and use it often to cut some branches and stuff. I've gone up to about 6 inches with no difficulty. I also have a gas powered Stihl but it's way too much effort to mix and maintain for such little use. This thing does more than enough for my use. Have a couple of batteries already as well from some drills, blower and trimmer so no issues there. You can also buy some cheap batteries on Amazon

      I even thought about getting the larger battery but couldn't justify the purchase considering I already have multiple batteries.
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    • WhoCanDeal wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 11:51 am
      I picked up one of these a year or 2 ago and use it often to cut some branches and stuff. I've gone up to about 6 inches with no difficulty. I also have a gas powered Stihl but it's way too much effort to mix and maintain for such little use. This thing does more than enough for my use. Have a couple of batteries already as well from some drills, blower and trimmer so no issues there. You can also buy some cheap batteries on Amazon

      I even thought about getting the larger battery but couldn't justify the purchase considering I already have multiple batteries.
      Stihl sells pre-mixed stabilized fuel---why would you bother mixing. Zero maintenance too
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    • Justfishing wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 12:05 pm
      Stihl sells pre-mixed stabilized fuel---why would you bother mixing. Zero maintenance too
      Are you obsessed with this gas vs electric debate, or just intent on threadcrapping? Your preferences have been duly noted, just move on...
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    • WhoCanDeal wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 11:51 am
      I picked up one of these a year or 2 ago and use it often to cut some branches and stuff. I've gone up to about 6 inches with no difficulty. I also have a gas powered Stihl but it's way too much effort to mix and maintain for such little use. This thing does more than enough for my use. Have a couple of batteries already as well from some drills, blower and trimmer so no issues there. You can also buy some cheap batteries on Amazon

      I even thought about getting the larger battery but couldn't justify the purchase considering I already have multiple batteries.
      That sums up my thinking, I definitely dont need more than this unit will supply, and like many others here, I have spare 20v batteries laying around.
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    • Thanks OP and Britex,
      In for one of each... the ficus is looking a little unruly and the potted plants on the condo balcony need some trimming...

      bought now hopefully won't think later...
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    • A Dewalt battery fit?
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    • Really wish the pole saw was convertible to a regular chain saw. I can't see needing the pole saw for more than 2 trees on my property...spending $100 on it and the chain saw seems like a waste.
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    • Epitaph85 wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 1:06 pm
      A Dewalt battery fit?
      +1

      anyone know if an equivalent 20V dewalt battery would work on this chainsaw?
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    • Thanks OP! Bought 1 for myself. I picked up the B&D pole saw with battery for $100 last Fall season from amazon and I love it. The build quality is surprisingly good. I was skeptical of B&D as I developed a strong dislike of their products after they went overseas and seemed to produce low grade products for many years. Having said that, they were bought up by Stanley a few years back, and maybe that has helped their tool division. I still am reluctant to purchase B&D indoor appliances though. Keep an eye out for battery + tool deals on amazon. Although I'm mostly a Ryobi tool collector, I picked up a B&D mouse sander with 20V battery for $40 as well as a sweeper + 20V battery for $45 from amazon over the winter months. I might even try one of their jig saws if they show up on sale :)

      Mic

      PS If you despise keeping a liter of chainsaw oil for your twice a year cutting (spring and fall at my house), try switching to canola oil for your chain. I'm no hippy, but I'm quite pleased with the performance of canola oil as a chain lubricant. And I just pinch some from the pantry when I need it as we cook with it as well.
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    • Justfishing wrote:
      May 16th, 2018 12:05 pm
      Stihl sells pre-mixed stabilized fuel---why would you bother mixing. Zero maintenance too
      I don't bother mixing and I don't use the chain saw enough to even think of purchasing pre-mix because I haven't used the Stihl chainsaw in probably close to 6 years or more. I'm not saying this is for everyone but it's a very good and inexpensive solution for many. On the same note, it also make zero sense for some people and their needs.
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