Patriot Products CBV-2455H 24-Inch Honda Gas Powered Walk Behind 3-In-1 Leaf Vacuum/Chipper/Blower
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- Clear a wide 24-inch path in a single pass
- Chip fallen branches into tiny pieces by feeding them into the cone
- With the flip of a handle you can convert this hungry beast into a powerful blower
- The Honda engine delivers all the smooth, quiet, fuel efficient power you will need to make fall clean-up a breeze
- CARB compliant
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Honda's GX series commercial engine makes this the ultimate three-in-one clean-up machine. In the yard or on the driveway you can clear a wide 24-inch path in a single pass. Should you encounter fallen branches while cleaning your yard, simply chip them into tiny pieces by feeding them into the cone. With the flip of a handle you can convert this hungry beast into a powerful blower. The Honda engine delivers all the smooth, quiet, fuel efficient power you will need to make fall clean-up a breeze.
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* Came delivered on a small pallet and assembly was pretty easy.
* I found starting was a little tricky, I found it best to put the throttle almost all the way forward. It didn't seem to start when all the way forward.
* Good vacuum power, but too many leaves it may clog the snout. Handles wet leaves pretty well in moderation. Best bet is to tilt it back and lower the front slowly when dealing with large piles of leaves.
* Blower is strong and works well on dry leaves, I have to tilt it back to get low for the wet packed down leaves. It would be nice if there was an adjustable flap to divert the air flow. I find it easier to blow the leaves onto a hard surface and then vacuum them up.
* When the bag is full (sooner if a bunch of chipped branches or wet leaves) will cause the front end to lift.
* Emptying the bag is a little awkward and messy because I have to put the leaves in bags or barrels., I also believe any bag would be the same.
* I wish the size of the shredded leaves was smaller, but does a decent job.
* The chipper is fantastic, I get a lot of small branches/twigs in my yard and when I trim the neighboring trees branches over my fence. Granted all the bending to get rid of a large amount of branches leaves my hamstrings sore, but the fact that it handles everything I put at it, it is a minor pain.
In order to get my leaves into barrels I fill the vacuum bag, bring it over to the driveway, open the bag and use my handheld blower/vac with hose attachment connected to my barrels. This serves few purposes, it shreds the leaves even finer, puts the leaves in the barrel and keeps me from having to bend over and lift all the leaves. Last year I collected over 700 gallons of very finely shredded leaves.
The pie in the sky wish list
* It would be nice if there was a hose attachment for getting in between bushes and flower beds.
* If you could choose to blow it out either side
* There would be a platform and hose attachment you could put a paper leave bag / barrel on and suck the leaves right into the container. This would make it very easy for those smaller properties that have to use the paper leave bags or barrels.
Bottom line once I figured out the few idiosyncrasies of the vacuum, I found it makes my life a lot easier and would buy it again.
In conclusion, this machine is much quicker than raking - but it isn't exactly perfect for a 56-year old grandma.
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