On my third year with a corded Toro blower/chopper. It's a real heller
as a vac/chopper and neighbors are delighted to have the output
(bagged) for garden compost. Works best with the big 40 gallon el
cheapo garbage bags from Sam's, about $9 for half a hundred or so
I have a B&D I bought some years ago and is no longer available. Aside
from the fact that the batteries are now reaching the end of their life and
it looks like the motor is wearing in it, it has been a great tool from my
needs. Certainly not equal to the best professional gas models, but quite
sufficient for my home needs. Very convenient light and easy to use. I
will buy the same when it finally gets bad enough.
Power means a lot. I can move a 10-foot pile of leaves easily with my
Husqurvana backpack blower. Have to be careful though, point it at
the ground and the force will throw you back (I'm 160#). My neighbor
has an electric model and it takes him 2 days to get all the leaves
into a pile. It takes me 2 hours.
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