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Toro 51592 Super 12 amp 2-Speed Electric Blower/Vacuum (Older Model) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 12 Amp electric blower/vacuum easily maneuvers between blowing and vacuum mode
  • Leaf shredder reduces 10 bags of leaves to 1 bag
  • Equipped with 2-speed motor; compact and well-balanced
  • Exclusive cord-lock system holds power cord firmly in place
  • Delivers up to 230 mph of air speed
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With a two-speed motor, the powerful Toro Super 12 Amp electric blower/vacuum delivers up to 230 mph of air speed. Compact and well-balanced, this blower/vacuum is comfortable to use and easy to maneuver. It requires no tools to change from blowing mode to vacuum mode. As a leaf shredder, this tool reduces 10 bags of leaves to one bag. Featuring an exclusive cord-lock system, it holds the power cord firmly in place so the extension cord will never come unplugged from the unit during use.

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  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 9 x 14 inches ; 7.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000O27BM4
  • Item model number: 51592
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,756 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

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87 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Flick on April 23, 2008
I've used this as a blower for about 6 months.

However it is spring now and the yard needs some cleanup. I thought I would use my Toro as a vacuum and mulch some leaves.

It lasted about three minutes before it suddenly started shaking uncontrollably. Inspection showed that one of the fins on the (plastic!) impeller had broken off. It is now useless as a blower as well.

If you have a choice, go for the more expensive version with a magnesium (metal) impeller:
Toro Ultra 12 Amp Electric Blower/Vacuum #51599.

I am now ordering a replacement magnesium impeller (SKU TOR-108-8967) from M & D Mower in Ohio for $16.96 (shipping $7.95 to NV).

This is the second time where I have bought the cheaper option of two identical products, and the extra $10 would have saved me a lot of headaches.

If I had to rate this as a blower only, it would get 5 stars, no question.
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Brian J. Pusateri on August 20, 2007
This Unit is very good price and works well. I know many like the ultra because of the metal impellar. I work at a place that sells this unit for 60 dollars, paid 33 at Amazon. The metal impellar is not sharp and will still clog with wet leavers. The plastic impellar is just as good and is designed like last year metal impellear found in Toro 51598 model. I would say save your money and purchase this model
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ashok Aiyar on March 28, 2010
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We have owned the Toro Super Electric Blower for about two years now. Its a two speed blower, and at the time we purchased it, was substantially cheaper than the Ultra. The blower has worked really well, as has the vacuum mulcher. It is also fairly quiet considering the volume of air being moved (sucked up by the impellers and either driven to the leaf collection bag, or to through the blower vent).

But there are a few things to be aware of:
a) Large leaves (eg. maple) can clog the impeller, and have to the manually cleared from the impeller blades. This doesn't happen all the time, but frequently enough that it bears mention in this review. Smaller leaves, like live oak leaves, are no problem at all.
b) Don't vacuum wet leaves, or you will discolor the collection bag.
c) Don't vacuum twigs larger than about half a centimeter in diameter, or you will break the plastic impeller.
d) Large acorns will break the impeller.

Over blower-vac worked without any problems for two years. Then it started rattling and vibrated really badly, so I guessed that one of impeller fins/blades must have broken, and sure enough one had. When an impeller fin breaks, the blower will still work fairly well (albeit it becomes very loud and vibrates very badly). However the vacuum will not work well at all.

Luckily, a new impeller from Toro runs about $10, and isn't difficult to install. Overall, not a bad buy at all, and I would recommend it. But I wish Toro made the impeller substantially stronger.

Edited on April 3, 2010: There's a solution to the plastic impeller - a metal impeller. Turns out the Toro magnesium alloy metal impeller sold with model 51599 fits the 51592. It is more expensive than a plastic impeller, but works better than the plastic impeller does at mulching leaves that are picked up. It also doesn't jam as easily as the plastic impeller does with large leaves.
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82 of 95 people found the following review helpful By PghYinzer on April 22, 2007
I just purchased this today. Our store had both this item and the 51591 super blower - I think this is simply the newer model. (And I paid slightly less than this price at our neighborhood store so check around)

Anyhow. I went looking for leaf blowers with no idea that these machines could suck as well as blow. Whether or not I will use the sucking feature, I don't know. I just know the Toros were well rated.

I wanted a blower for one reason. We have this tree in our backyard which I refer to as "The Stupid Tree." It drops these little fuzzy brown balls all over our concrete patio. They are impossible to clean up because they escape between the tines of a rake if you try to rake them, and if you try to sweep them with a broom they smoosh and roll right under the broom.

So I bought this blower and went to work maniacally chasing these little brown balls off the patio and into the yard. I am now a happy girl. Not only is my patio clear of fuzzy brown balls but it is also clean of sand that my son likes to dump here and there. Beautiful. I could have swept with a broom for 2 days and not gotten it as clear as this blower did in 10 minutes.

It is light and easy to hold.

The noise level is no worse than an electric weed wacker or lawn mower. (All of our major lawn implements are electric)

My only complaint is I somehow failed to realize the difference between the super and the ultra is, the ultra has a metal shredder. The super has a plastic shredder. I wish I had realized this and gotten the ultra, but oh well. For blowing fuzzy brown balls and sand off my patio, this works just fine.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. Johnson on September 7, 2008
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I had a previous version of this blower for 5 years. Worked great until the impeller broke while mulching. I decided to buy the newer version.
I've only used it 3 times only to do some light blowing of leaves and grass.
The motor began to slow and surge ...then began to smoke and spark. Obviously Toro has a quality control problem with these units.
I've had fits trying to get it repaired. I went to Toro's website and local Ace Hardwares store that are supposed to service it are all saying we can't. Since I bought it from Amazon I just can't march back into the store and demand my money back. Be will have problems if you buy this unit and it needs repair. I will try another brand next time.
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