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CORE launches new line

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CORE Elite's string trimmer and handheld blower are now available nationwide.

| April 15, 2014

CORE Outdoor Power, the sole manufacturer of GasLess outdoor power equipment for commercial markets, announced today the launch of its new line, CORE Elite. The latest addition to CORE’s suite of GasLess equipment currently features a high performance string trimmer and handheld blower with more products being introduced in the future including a lawnmower and hedge trimmer.

As CORE continues to evolve its proprietary motor technology to address additional market needs, upgrades to the technology have packed twice the torque into the same lightweight, emission-free package.

Weighing only 11 pounds with power cell, the new E 400 trimmer features up to a 16 inch swath, .095 inch diameter trimmer line and torque equivalent to a 45CC gas engine. The 10-pound E 420 handheld blower produces wind speeds of up to 130 MPH with airflow of up to 500 CFM. Both products feature soft grip molding offering increased durability and comfort.

The new line utilizes CORE’s state-of-the-art motor that works by embedding copper-etched conductors into a multi-layered circuit board stator. When coupled with permanent magnets, it produces high torque at high efficiencies with zero negative impact on the environment.

CORE Elite is now available for purchase online, at http://www.coreoutdoorpower.com, and in over 1700 dealers nationwide.

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