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Keep Your Lawn Fresh and Save Up to $70 on Worx Garden Tools

Save big on tools that'll help you rake up the leaves and do any fall yard work.

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One of the best parts about fall is the foliage. The changing colors of the leaves create spectacular displays and that's without a doubt. But for homeowners, those leaves can be a chore after they fall from the trees. You don't want piles of leaves just sitting there before the winter frost comes or for those same leaves to be covered in snow in the coming months.

You can clean up your yard while saving money during this deal on Worx lawncare tools at Amazon. You'll find several different leafblowers, a leaf mulcher and chainsaws for up to 37% off during this sale.

Prices start as low as $82 for a cordless leaf blower and sweeper (save $38). This leaf blower has eight cleaning attachments including a wide nozzle, dust brush, extension hose, shot tube, detail brush, an inflator nozzle and a deflator cover. It's only 3.5 pounds but it cranks out 120 miles per hour of force. It can also be used to deflate those pool rafts and pool toys left laying around after summer.

Another great deal is this electric bladeless leaf mulcher for $120 (save $70). It can chop up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute and turn a messy lawn into a compostable pile of leaves. If you want to get rid of leaves altogether, the mulcher will turn 11 bags of leaves into just one bag. Either way, you're being environmentally friendly. No tools are required to assemble the leaf mulcher plus it comes with a three-year warranty.

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