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WORX WG505 3-in-1 Blower/Mulcher/Vacuum, $59.98

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WORX WG505 3-in-1 Blower/Mulcher/Vacuum, 9" x 15" x 20", Orange and Black

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make sure you read the reviews
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I have this and it's been a let down. It clogs pretty easily, and you have to stop, unplug it, and clear the debris out of the impaler. The bag fills up super fast, so you'll have to continually stop to empty it. The strap on the bag is short doesnt really help with supporting the weight, espcially if you're tall, so you'll get tired holding this thing.

If you don't have many leaves, i guess it could do alright, but its not powerful. I think it could potentially be usefull if you had a better blower to blow everything into a pile, then just use this to mulch through the piles. But even then, you would probably want the hose attachment to mulch into a garbage can so you dont have to keep emptying the bag.
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Dead? It's show as 89 for me...
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OR....you could just get it from Home Depot with the bag for $69.00 + tax

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Worx-...t-overview
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OR....you could just get it from Home Depot with the bag for $69.00 + tax

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Worx-...t-overview [homedepot.com]
The one on Amazon comes with a bag.
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I have this and it's been a let down. It clogs pretty easily, and you have to stop, unplug it, and clear the debris out of the impaler. The bag fills up super fast, so you'll have to continually stop to empty it. The strap on the bag is short doesnt really help with supporting the weight, espcially if you're tall, so you'll get tired holding this thing.

If you don't have many leaves, i guess it could do alright, but its not powerful. I think it could potentially be usefull if you had a better blower to blow everything into a pile, then just use this to mulch through the piles. But even then, you would probably want the hose attachment to mulch into a garbage can so you dont have to keep emptying the bag.
Yikes that sounds like a PITA.

My neighbor gave me the best advice and it's been awesome. Just rake the leaves into small piles/lines and mow them with your bagged lawn mower. Not only does it pick up the leaves, it mulches it down so less bags are used.

I started doing this and it's cut my work time by a lot.
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I believe I have this same model from a Walmart clearance and I liked it, until the bag tore. It does get heavy and start to sag but that's to be expected, just empty before it gets too full and rips like mine. I think I paid $14 if I remember correctly, not sure I'd pay the price here, personally but decent suction and ok blower.
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Is this an older model? Theres so many models it's confusing
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Yikes that sounds like a PITA.

My neighbor gave me the best advice and it's been awesome. Just rake the leaves into small piles/lines and mow them with your bagged lawn mower. Not only does it pick up the leaves, it mulches it down so less bags are used.

I started doing this and it's cut my work time by a lot.so it's
so like rake them in small long lines and use the lawn mower to suck them up?
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so like rake them in small long lines and use the lawn mower to suck them up?
Exactly! Sometimes I'll get leftover leaves so I just make another line and pass through it again with the mower to clean it up. Easy peasy.
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I keep waffling over whether to buy this, and decide I'll get it when I come home from work, only for them to have raised the price again by the time I get home. I'd need to get one of those hose kits to connect to a trash can, as I have a huge amount of leaves to clean up every year. Typically I've always just dumped them in the woods behind my house, but I'd like to start composting them for a garden. Hopefully it goes back down again.
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