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Toro 51619 Ultra Blower/Vac 250 mph $70 at Sears with $13-23 Back in SYW Points (Effectively Lowest Price Ever?)

tomchk 89 38 July 25, 2016 at 02:10 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (6) More Sears Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks August 15, 2016 at 10:20 AM
Might be YMMV on the points. Extremely well-reviewed machine. Coupons may improve the deal, especially with a filler to reach $75.

http://www.sears.com/toro-ultra-b...174048000P - now $62.99

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OP I'm only getting $13 back, did u have a coupon?
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OP I'm only getting $13 back, did u have a coupon?
Same here, OP must have had a coupon.
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I did use a coupon for $10 off $75, but that was not what gave me this many points. I am not sure why you are seeing $13.
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Sure you didn't use the $10 back in points on a $75 purchase?
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I paid $69.99 for this model back in 2008. Has worked pretty well. Sometimes the knob will not get up you to full power. I have to hit the side, or better yet... once it gets to high, I have to pull the plug so it will go back to full power when I plug it back in. The cord can be a hassle, but still less than having to try and get my gas one started each spring. I use this thing about 10 hours a week, from May through November. So you figure it probably has around 2000+ hours on it by now.

Interesting that I researched it back in 08 and it was the top pick for electric, and one of top 5 for all blowers. I just did the same search now 8 years later, and it is still in the top 5 on just about every site.
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I use this thing about 10 hours a week, from May through November. So you figure it probably has around 2000+ hours on it by now.

Interesting that I researched it back in 08 and it was the top pick for electric, and one of top 5 for all blowers. I just did the same search now 8 years later, and it is still in the top 5 on just about every site.
What do you use it for that amounts to 10 hours a week--just leaves, or other things? I will be quite happy if I get that much use out of it!
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What do you use it for that amounts to 10 hours a week--just leaves, or other things? I will be quite happy if I get that much use out of it!
I use it to remove leaves, sticks, grass, caterpillar crap, dirt, and other such forest "litter" from "outdoor carpet". I have a couple of carpet based ski/snowboard runs that get used a few days a week in the off-season, and the carpet is best when it is very clean. I also use it for all of the normal landscaping needs around the property... including some super-light snow removal in the late fall.
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