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WORX WG504.1 Trivac Delux Combo Kit and Leaf Collection System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Electric blower and vacuum can blow away debris then easily change to vacuuming in seconds
  • Combo kit includes WA4053.1 leaf collection system that attaches to waste can (waste can not included)
  • 2-stage mulching system with shredder blade and all-metal impeller
  • One hand operation; also includes 10-gallon collector bag
  • Backed by two year warranty; emission free thanks to electric power
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 39.4 x 11.2 x 15 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B007PC71V2
  • Item model number: WG504.1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,195 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

The WORX TRIVAC Deluxe is a 3-in-1 compact blower, mulcher, and yard vacuum all in one without tube changes. This WG502.1 TRIVAC Delux with metal impeller includes the (WA4053.1) leaf collection system to make it the perfect combination for collecting those pesky fallen leaves and mulching them into a compact collection system. The WG502 brings has a 2-stage mulching system with shredder blade and all-metal impeller. The WORX TRIVAC is lightweight and easy to use. At 8.6 pounds, the WORX TRIVAC weighs less than a gallon of milk! In fact, it is the only blower/vac actually designed to be used with only one hand. With the TRIVAC WG502 Delux, there is no hassle with changing large bulky tubes when you want to change from a blower to a vac. With the flip of a switch, it can easily go from blower to vac. The TRIVAC Deluxe has a metal impeller blade which increases the mulch ratio to 18:1. The metal impeller is also heavier duty against solid debris objects. The convenient WORX large-capacity collector bag holds up to 10 gallons of mulch (equal to 100 gallons of dry leaves) and is made of special breathable nylon fabric to maximize airflow. The bag's proprietary quick-connect coupler makes emptying and replacing it a snap. As a blower, the WORX TRIVAC Deluxe produces airspeed of over 210 mph, strong enough for even the toughest wet leaves and debris. As a yard vac, its powerful 12 amp motor produces enough suction to vacuum 14 gallons of dry leaves in less than a minute. The Deluxe and its 2-stage mulching system with all-metal impeller condenses leaves and debris to one-eighteenth of their original size - perfect for spreading as ground cover for the flower bed or compost for the garden. With the included leaf collection system (WA4053.1), simply fit it over a trash can, fit the tube onto the Trivac, and begin collecting mulched leaves in your own trash can – no more bending or bagging. The mulched leaves will go directly from the Trivac, through the leaf collection tube, and into a trash can in a matter of seconds.

Customer Reviews

The whole unit is a bit awkward to hold for a while and becomes heavy too.
Dane Bounds
Just add a garbage bag, and slip the top over the can and you have a good collection system.
Dale in Tenn
It quickly blows leaves into piles a, then sucks them straight into the can.
david kelley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Teffer on October 30, 2012
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Having recently researched the various leaf blowers and vacs and purchased this model I can help arrest any doubts you may have. Upon receipt of the unit I cleaned the entire yard using the small bag as well as the larger assembly attached to my garbage can. Each worked as advertised.

My yard was full of small twigs and acorns and the mulcher worked perfectly. The ability to easily switch from blower to vac is priceless.

Seldom do I ever write a review but I want to help anyone thinking about investing in a unit to feel confident about this model being perhaps the best offered. Do not over estimate that value of having the attachment for your garbage can.......it makes the job go so smoothly with very little hassle. ENJOY
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Michael Flynn on September 27, 2012
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I have wanted a blower vac for a while now to help get the leaves out from around my hedges. I have seen this product advertised on TV and found it here. I agree with some of the reviews that the nozzle is short, I am 6'2" and it is certainly short and off the ground. However, adjusting the shoulder strap to its longest point and carrying around my neck and across my chest made it much easier to use; because it has only one handle and is made to be held in one hand. Hanging it off one shoulder just did not work for me. I followed the advice to get the metal impellar, and I am sure glad I did. I live in the Northeast and my property is heavily wooded, and while vaccuuming up leaves I can't help but suck up small sticks, walnuts and husks, and acorns. I can hear them dinging and pinging off the impellar and I am sure that a plastic one would not last. As for the suction, I had no problem sucking damp hay straw and wet leaves that had been sitting in beds for the whole summer, I am sure a pile of dry leaves would be an absolute breeze. I got the leaf collection kit that fits over a barrel and I am looking forward to using it in a few weeks when the leaves are all down. I think the build qualilty is at least as good as an old Toro electric that I have. I haven't had any trouble with the zippers that other users have had, maybe they have upgraded it, but the zipper seems nice and tight; can't see it coming lose like others have reported. Overall 4 stars is fair for me because the design is a little odd with just the one hand operation.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Colorado Dave on October 20, 2012
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I just finished using the TriVac for the first time. I've been at it for two hours. I really like it after I finally got the hang of it.

I've had a blower for years so I had to retrain myself to blow debris toward the house and toward things to catch and pile the leaves, rather than away from those areas like one would with a plain blower. That change is of course to use the vac and mulch feature of the product. By the time I was done everything I had collected fit into less than 2 yard trash bags. I'm impressed. And one more thing I eventually learned was to let the strap take the weight of the unit rather than my arm and hand. It felt a bit awkward at first but worked fine after I got the hang of it.

This product gets 5 stars from me.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By THINKorthogonal on October 30, 2013
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Leaf removal is a fall task that I usually dread...hours of mowing and bagging using a grass/leaf collector attached to a tractor and the entire process repeated several times as the leaves fall. This season, I decided to try the new Worx system with the garbage can collection system. Purchasing through Amazon and using their free shipping, I was pleasantly surprised to have it delivered on the 2 day plan at no extra cost (kudos Amazon, I don't mind waiting for the normal "slower" shipping for free, but I was nice getting this product MUCH sooner than I expected because the weather allowed me to try it out right away...great way to keep me as a customer!). I've managed to completely clear two properties of leaves (will repeat process again in a week or two after the final leaves have fallen) and I have to admit, the Worx system works great! I managed to fill approximately 15 39-gallon bags with mulched leaves with a total work time of about 3 hours. I had no problem vacuuming dry leaves, wet leaves, cut grass, pine cones, and the occasional small twig.

Below are a few lessons learned for anyone doing a large amount of leaf removal:

- Use a tractor/lawn mower and pile up leaves AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE in rows that are about 6-7 feet wide. This will allow you to keep the system in the center of the row as you work down it, and minimize how much you need to move the can, which will save ALOT of time. The smaller the surface area to be cleared, the more efficient the system becomes.

- Go slow and don't try to pick up too much debris at once...it will clog up and it is FAR EASIER AND FASTER if you don't have to stop and unclog the vacuum frequently. Slow and steady is by far the best way to use this system.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael R. Buschlen on October 22, 2012
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Quality: I have been through two Toro blowers in the past and was very happy with the blower and leaf mulcher for the price paid; however, after spending the extra money for th WORX product I am greatly pleased I went for the extra quality machine. Don't skimp on the product. Buy the one with the metal system. This thing eats up twigs, leafs, and debrie like none other machine I have tried. I was cleaning up for fall and trimmed my boxwoods and removed all the leaves from my large wooded lot. The WORX mulched right through leaves, twigs, and boxwood clippings without any problems. Swithching from mulch to blower was an easy process that is well worth any extra money this machine costs. On my other blowers I spent untold amounts of time switching blower/mulcher system into a bag. My advice is to get the accessory leaf collection to make moving lots of leaves fast. Fill up your 55gal trash can without hassle. The leaf blower is powerful providing enough wind to remove leaves, sticks, walnuts, and other debris that collects on the lawn.
This machine was put through the test and I just hope it last as long as the two year warranty promises. The metal impeller is a must in my yard.
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