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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by SIG, Nov 4, 2002.
What are you guy's paying for the Redmax EB7001??? Thanks Sig
Got one a couple of weeks ago for $460.
Get ahold of Captdevo, I belive he is selling his around $425.00
I'm thinking i'm making a purchaes of one myself this week.....
NICE UNITS.....leafs are kicking my butt....
I just paid 440 with tax, for eb7000
$425.00 from Capt. Devo one month ago. Its worth whatever you pay though.
Well I paid less than any of the other post but I did buy a new mower from them, it was a one time deal. I think $499.00 is retail and $479.00 is RedMax's sale price any thing below that is a good one.
It depends on the volume your dealer orders in and the time of year, mine had more $$$ in the 7000 than the 7001 something to think about......
I see that the prices are different in some areas. I paid 479.000 for mine and it was worth every penny. All dealers I talked to were in the 475-499.00 range.
I bought 2 last year. Loved them until replacing short blocks in both. Warrenty coved both, but would not buy another.
Huh, I thought they (7001) just came out this year?
the 7001 's just came out in late aug of this year. also according to redmax and ALL redmax dealer agreements if the unit is not serviced and operating instructions given at time of delivery there is no warranty at all on the unit. so if you order it on the net from anyone and they ship it to you in a box the unit has zero warranty. i know this may upset some folks that sell redmax products over the net but i wanted to let the consumer make an educated decision.