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WG500.2 WORX TriVac 3-in-1 Leaf Blower/Mulcher/Vacuum - $47.99 a/c @ ebay

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Amazon link for reviews/reference - https://www.amazon.com/TriVac-WG5...B000VU4KM8

This one has the plastic impeller which does wear out eventually, but for the price it's great. I've had mine for about 8 years. The first one did wear out after 3 years, but Worx shipped a new one for free.
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This is corded for anyone wondering.
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Blower isnt that great. Vacuum is decent, but only if you have a smaller yard
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I thought this was a good deal until I read review on Amazon... then saw other similar product comparison on Amazon with the same price as this sale price... seemed like the original retail price on this product was not realistic.
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The blower on this is not good from my experience
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It's pretty decent product, but having that said I'll get a wireless one this year with more power
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I purchased the stand alone electric blower last year for $15 and it worx great for leaves or light snow. Do not know if this product is as powerful but for the price, who knows?
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It's good for your girlfriend when she wants to help but doesn't really want to help and is okay with standing in the same place sucking up the leaves slowly. I have a different model with the trashcan attachment and she doesn't mind doing the flower beds with it
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I have this...it sucks (and not in a good way). and it doesn't blow very well. I would avoid this.
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The vacuum is good enough for light work...but have had 2 bags split near the zipper after using 2 or 3 times (not full both times). Worx will not cover anything with the bag under warranty.
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Would have bought this at that price for the looks...seems bad I guess....I currently have a Ryobi jet blower and a bd vac mulched to do my yard work and I prefer the Ryobi to blow the leaves -very strong- and the BD to suck it—-also helps if you actually go to test how heavy the blower is when you go to the BM coz I think it a selling point
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I have the 505, slightly better model. I also have their weed wacker. I regret both decisions even at the good prices paid. In general I would have spent more on gas powered tools in retrospect. Corded is a huge pain and cordless aren't as powerful and have the running time.

But, specifically with the WORX: The vacuum is not very powerful. It has a really hard time picking up larger leaves even if they are completely dry. I constantly have to unplug the spout.

Also, I had a really hard time getting WORX to do anything regarding a bad unit I bought from them on eBay. Eventually they did, but they kept passing the buck between their eBay and corporate presence.
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I have one and the blower/vac is not that strong. I would get the latest model for stronger blower/vac. In addition mine broke after a couple years. The motor burnt out on it. I would only recommend this product on very light usage.
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The vacuum is good enough for light work...but have had 2 bags split near the zipper after using 2 or 3 times (not full both times). Worx will not cover anything with the bag under warranty.
Yea their customer service won't do anything to help out. I find that they just won't respond emails or anything.
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It's good for your girlfriend when she wants to help but doesn't really want to help and is okay with standing in the same place sucking up the leaves slowly. I have a different model with the trashcan attachment and she doesn't mind doing the flower beds with it
How do you get yours to come out and help in the first place?
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