I have only owned a few blower,vacs.I`ve always wanted a gas blower.But couldn`t find any that have the power like this one.Unless i spend a few hundred dollars. I am very happy with this one.
You can't tell from the description or from the images - but the blower nozzle is a two piece assembly that allegedly snaps together. The bad part is: The nozzle constantly comes apart if you should happen to bump into anything. I wound up putting sheet metal screws into the nozzle to keep it together after only the second use. I could'nt stand to constantly turn the unit off and forcce the two pieces back together before the end of the nozzle blew off. As importantly, the variable speed feature is not accomplished through the electric switch. There is a sliding valve in the poorly designed nozzle that regulates airflow. The valve is supposed to click into place via a series of locking teeth. Doesn't work. The airflow valve will not hold any position. Instead of sheet metal screws, this time I used a zip-tie to lock the valve into the wide-open position. So much for variable speed. On the bright side, the unit does have the power and force to do a nice job both as a blower and a vac. Fix the lousy nozzle and you've got a nice product at a good price point.
Very nice I could use one of these!
I had been looking for a way to suck up leaves, etc. I was using my shop vac, but not enough suction. This is great.
My only gripe is that now that I have gotten the bag to attach to the blower (by twisting the connection till it locked), I can't get it to unlock. This makes it awkward emptying the bag.
This is already in the garbage. The motor burned out. The bag was heavy and difficult to carry around with the (already heavy) machine. Looking at Worx products instead.
this is a product that does what you expect it to do and has a reasonable price.
VERY WELL MADE, HEAVY DUTY FOR THE PRICE, WORKS GREAT FOR BLOWING AND MULCHING.. JUST WISH THE MAIN BODY WAS A LITTLE LIGHTER
<p>the only thing I would change it would be the plastic blade i would put then metal rather than plastic that way it wood crushed the small branches that it picup and it will not ruin the plastic ones i us it ones and the blades are starin to have dents on it</p>