HART Tools Launches New DIY Products at Walmart

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Calling all DIYers: HART is adding more extensive and competitively priced power tools at Walmart!

DIY home projects aren’t slowing down any time soon. Whether you’re finishing the basement, landscaping the yard or just giving the living room a much needed deep clean after a year spent mostly inside, you need the right tools to do the job right. That’s where HART comes in.

Last year, HART launched their line of affordable DIY-friendly battery-operated power tools and storage solutions at Walmart. And they were just getting started. This week, HART announced they’re slated to add another 100+ tools to their lineup available online and at Walmart stores across the country.

What’s the Deal With HART’s New DIY Tools?

Walmart’s HART line was specifically designed with DIYers in mind, so each tool is designed to be easy to use and versatile. The newly expanded 20 volt system offers a longer run time and optimized performance.

A majority of HART tools run off of a universal 20-volt battery platform, so you can power your string trimmer with the same battery you use to run your drill. The new HART line includes tools from a variety of categories, including power tools, lawn and garden tools, protective gear and accessories — everything from lawnmowers to stick vacuums to glue guns and circular saws.

Prices generally range in the low-triple digits — a steal for power tools and high quality cleaning equipment. And yes, all Hart power tools, lawn and garden and automotive tools are covered by a three-year warranty.

Check out the full line of HART products and see them in action here.

Where Can You Buy HART’s New DIY Tools?

We’ll announce when you can get your hands on the new tools as soon as they hit Walmart’s shelves and website. We know you have a long list of DIY projects to tackle.

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Megan Wood
As Commerce Affiliate Marketing Editor, Megan helps Family Handyman readers find the best products to make their lives better, easier, and more joyful. She's contributed to The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, SELF, Refinery29, and Wisconsin Public Radio. When she’s not at her desk, you can probably find her walking her dog.