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Craftsman 77615 3-Way 250cc Gas Chipper Shredder

Item# 07177615000P | Model# 77615 | Added on August 11, 2017 |
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Craftsman 77615 3-Way 250cc Gas Chipper Shredder
$490.94
$979.99
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Heavy-Duty Yard Cleaning Take good care of your yard all season long with the help of the Craftsman 3-way 250cc gas chipper shredder. Built with a powerful Briggs & Stratton engine and 3-way versatility, this beast of a machine will make mulch out of 3” thick branches. Push this Craftsman tool around your yard and enjoy a healthier, debris-free lawn.

  • Powered by a 250cc Briggs & Stratton engine with 11.5 HP torque for heavy-duty shredding and chipping
  • 3-Way versatility gives you unique positions to chip or shred: upright, drop-down and chipper chute
  • The 12" ultra-sharp shredder blade gives you a 10:1 mulch ratio
  • The 10" wide chipper chute is used for making fine mulch
  • The 18” drop-down hopper uses gravity to clear debris
  • Mulches 3” thick branches
  • Holds up to 5 bushels of mulch saving you time and effort
  • 10" x 4" Pneumatic tires make it easy to maneuver around your yard
  • Comes with protective goggles, a tamper tool and oil
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By Toby-Corky
June 19th, 2018
Devours Brush

Starts on first pull. Devoured a pile of brush, limbs, vines, leaves, etc. without missing a beat. Needed a stick a few times to push things into the shredder. A minor complaint is that the engine needs a fuel cutoff valve and an oil fill tube with a dipstick both of which Briggs & Stratton offer. The engine Operator's Manual which comes with the machine even shows them in the engine picture. I guess Craftsman decided not to spend the money. Still an excellent machine.

8 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Bobatglen
December 14th, 2017
Descent product -> horrible serivce

I bought the product and it is fairly descent. But when I called Sears for support it was horrible. No wonder Sears is failing: they don't care about their customers.

26 found this review helpful
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April 16th
YouGotMalestrom

Do not buy

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Used it once and after 3 hours only 1/3 of my job was done. Will not eat wood up the tube. The same with the top chute. Just won't take it in. Unbelievable! Exhausted trying to fight the thing I gave up. Notice a curve deep in the bottom chute where wood will get stuck. Who the **** designed this thing? Plus the vibration on your hand when you do get lucky at hit the speeding choppers is frightening. Constant clogging at the outlet. Had to take it apart 3 times and it's not easy below your knees DIY cleaning.

December 29th via sears.com
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bsweez

Worse machine I've ever owned

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Third stick in and it jammed. Had to open it up (two different size bolts) to free it. Then couldn't turn engine over with pull cord. Very poorly engineered. Very difficult to open to clear jams. Extremely loud machine. Never, ever buy this piece of ****. I'm out $700 and now have the problem of getting rid of it.

October 21st via sears.com
13 of 17 found this review helpful.
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searscom

Runs great

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Tires were flat and one tire was damaged and I had to spend $32 to replace the tube and tire. Not happy

October 20th
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Toby-Corky
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Devours Brush

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Starts on first pull. Devoured a pile of brush, limbs, vines, leaves, etc. without missing a beat. Needed a stick a few times to push things into the shredder. A minor complaint is that the engine needs a fuel cutoff valve and an oil fill tube with a dipstick both of which Briggs & Stratton offer. The engine Operator's Manual which comes with the machine even shows them in the engine picture. I guess Craftsman decided not to spend the money. Still an excellent machine.

June 19th via sears.com
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