Funny enough, I’m currently working on acquiring EGO. Started with the chainsaw, expanded with their top end blower (at the time). Chainsaw hasn’t seen any use yet, haven’t come across anything my sawzall couldn’t handle more conveniently.
The blower has seen extensive use. Puts the Dewalt blowers to shame. It’s powerful enough to clear even lightly packed snow off my driveway and cars. Didn’t need to snowblow or shovel last winter, at all, and I live in Iowa. They have come out with a marginally more powerful one since. Recommend using at least the 5AH battery with the blower, though. The 2.5AH doesn’t even make it halfway down my, admittedly large, driveway. And cordless blowers are notorious for high battery drain anyway.
As for the trimmer, I have been eyeing the EGO POWER+ Multihead system. https://egopowerplus.com/collections/power-head
So they do have a unit that is attachment capable, with trimmer, edger, polesaw, and hedge. Based on what I’ve found so far, it uses what seems to be a proprietary spline drive. So have to use their attachments. I imagine battery life would be more than adequate. Especially considering I already have the 20v Dewalt trimmer, (a price I couldn’t resist, before I bought the EGO stuff) and a mere 4AH battery doesn’t even drain halfway to do my 1.25 acre yard.
If you don’t mind having individual tools for everything, instead of using attachments, you can get everything except for the polesaw for about the same price. They don’t make a standalone pole saw, unfortunately.
Unfortunately, and the only real complaint I’ve been reading, they are pricey. Browsing amazon for a la carte, bare tool pricing, put it at $350 for the head, the trimmer, and the pole saw altogether. still need battery and charger. Home Depot has the pole saw + Powerhead + 5AH battery/charger kit for $350. The other attachments seem to go for around $100 a piece. EGO does sell kits and bundles, as well, but I need to wait until budget allows.
Also, EGO does make a 21" snowblower as well, if that’s part of the consideration for total OPE system. Again, quite pricey, but seems to have good reviews.
I don’t have any experience regarding their mowers. They don’t make a riding mower, and unfortunately that’s what I’m currently in need of. Neighbor kid is possibly retiring from the yard mowing business now that he’s out of school, so I’ll be back to doing my own yard.