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Includes 18-gallon collection bag, extension tubes and gutter attachment. This offer beats our previous front page deal by $4. ~ persian_mafia

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Sun Joe SBJ606E 14AMP 250MPH 4-in-1 Electric Blower, Vacuum, Mulcher & Gutter Cleaner $65 w/ Free shipping
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I have this and it works well. Just a heads up for those in the same boat as me; if you have trees that produce giant leaves, this will be a bit more time consuming to use. The inlet has good suction but with the big leaves, they get stuck easily and can be frustrating.

Other than that this works great. Hopefully someone finds my comment useful. Cheers!
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So here's the trick, ALL lawn vacuums suck that are based off of leaf blowers. They "Work" if you're okay sucking up on leaf at a time and honestly a rake is faster. That being said most of us already own a very good leaf vacuum in the form of a lawnmower. I have .37 acres at my house and the trees were all planted in 1950....I know of leaves.

Use leaf blower (Electric leaf blowers are fine) to blow away leaves from anywhere that you can't mow to a place you can mow then mow the leaves. The mower will also let you fit more in your yard waste bin due to the fact it mulches it all some and it works quick.

In case you're wondering my leaf blowing device credentials I have owned a...
1. Electric Toro leaf blower/vacuum combo. good blower, terrible vacuum.
2. Ryobi 2 stroke leaf blower/vacuum combo. Good blower, terrible vacuum.
3. Ryobi powerhead with leaf blower attachment. Works better than you would imagine it would...not as good as the dedicated 2 stroke blower though.
4. Ryobi powerhead with leaf blower/vacuum combo. Clumsy in SO many ways....but the blower was okay, it was the vacuum that was terrible. Dedicated blower for the powerhead worked better.

So yeah, blow off areas the lawnmower can't reach to areas it can then mow. I'd be curious to try one of those giant lawn/leaf vacuums that are like wood chippers that suck off the ground but too much money and garage space for that kind of thing.
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Someone pls tell me if this is slick or not
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Why did I read this as 'snow blower'? I was wondering how the hell they did that.

Although I guess you COULD literally blow snow with this.
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How good is this at sucking up [pulled] grass and weeds? Missed last deal. Wondering if it's worth it to save time: vacuum vs rake and shovel into barrel.
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How good is this at sucking up [pulled] grass and weeds? Missed last deal. Wondering if it's worth it to save time: vacuum vs rake and shovel into barrel.
I had one before. It worked but not as good as you would think. Rake is a lot faster. What I normally do is take them up close enough then suck them up
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I use this to get along the fencing where the lawn mower doesn't suck them up. It works very well for that, and does a pretty good job mulching. This is not good with wet leaves as that will clog up fairly quickly if you are sucking up a lot of leaves at the same time. I would highly recommend hearing protection, as with all lawn equipment, because it gets very loud when you combine the blower and the mulching/chopping action.
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I have this and it works well. Just a heads up for those in the same boat as me; if you have trees that produce giant leaves, this will be a bit more time consuming to use. The inlet has good suction but with the big leaves, they get stuck easily and can be frustrating.

Other than that this works great. Hopefully someone finds my comment useful. Cheers!
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I have a Worx one that I don't use anymore, not really worth the time to use it though it does significantly reduces the amount of bags you need. I have the trash can attachment too. When emptying it out, you'd probably want to use a mask because of all the dust.

Spend the money on the hand rakes instead to make bagging faster.
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I had one before. It worked but not as good as you would think. Rake is a lot faster. What I normally do is take them up close enough then suck them up
I bought this exact model last year when they had the exact same sale. I do the same: rake them up and then suck/mulch them directly in the trash can with the universal attachment they sell. Wait until leaves are fairly dry. The bag it comes with is really small. Overall, I'm happy with it. Good product.
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Why did I read this as 'snow blower'? I was wondering how the hell they did that.

Although I guess you COULD literally blow snow with this.
Yes, when we get just some snow dust (less than 1 inch) I use it to blow the snow off my driveway, so that it won't turn into a slippery sheet of ice.
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I got the same deal last year, it works as it suppose.
Like others mentioned, suction it's not great. This is supposed to be electric vs gas. I'd normally rake the leaves and pile them in a trash can, then use the mulch function to condense into less bags. I'll say it will result in half amount of bags needed.
The gutter attachments works well as blowing off leaves and some light debris. The attachments don't lock in tightly, and it gets wobbly after certain length.
The blower helps to ease some sweeping in the driveway and yard. Just make sure to have a long extension cord to get good coverage.
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Why did I read this as 'snow blower'? I was wondering how the hell they did that.

Although I guess you COULD literally blow snow with this.
If the snow it not densely packed, that's what I do to my car park outside.
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I had one before. It worked but not as good as you would think. Rake is a lot faster. What I normally do is take them up close enough then suck them up
I bought one of these on the last deal and completely regret it. The vacuum function kicks up so much dust you need glasses and a dust mask, and like you said it doesn't work better than a rake and is in fact much slower.
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