There are no tubes to switch between tasks so it can blow away debris, then easily change to vacuuming dry leaves in seconds. Its integrated mulching feature condenses leaves and debris to one-tenth of their original size - perfect for spreading as ground cover for the flower bed or compost for a garden.
Gas blowers are typically the most powerful, but they also require the most maintenace because of the engine. Electric blowers are bound by a cord and may need an extension cord for larger areas; they typically have less power than gas mowers but require less maintenance and create much less polution. Battery powered blowers combine the environmental benefit of electric blowers and the maneuverability of gas blowers; their power is comparable to electric mowers.
|Blower Power Source||Corded|
An internal vacuum in your blower will allow you to reverse the blowing process to suck leaves and debris into your blower; this will often require you to attach tubing or a bag to the unit to catch the leaves. Bagging means that the unit can use a bag to catch debris and leaves sucked up through vacuuming. Units that include mulching can compress leaves and debris in their collection bag to turn them into mulch.
|Blower Special Features||Bagging, Mulching, Vacuum|
|Leaf Blower Type||Hand Held Blower|
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|Category||Leaf Blowers - 2015|