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Toro 51585 Power Sweep Electric Leaf Blower, 7 Amp 2-Speed
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- Generates powerful air speed of 160 mph
- Lightweight and easy to use at only 4.6-pounds
- 2-speed air control for greater versatility
- Perfect for clearing leaves and debris from sidewalks, decks and driveways
- Includes a 2-year full warranty, cord not included
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|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 8.5 x 28 inches|
|Item Weight||4.7 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||51585|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||2-year|
|Shipping Weight||5.6 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The power switch is somewhat touchy. When trying to select low speed, it is easy to accidentally bump it into high speed. I accidentally blasted away a bunch of bark and made a crater. Oops. During low speed use, it's also easy to accidentally bump the power switch to off.
The power receptacle is mounted on a short cable tail on the back end. I have several other lawn tools that have the receptacle integrated into the shell with a hook to retain the cord and I prefer that arrangement. When you reach the end of the extension cord, it disconnects easily and cuts power. There's also no strain relief so I think that eventually I will be repairing this short section of cord.
Although it looks and feels like a toy, it seems to work well on flat surfaces and bark, but struggles a little with leaves in wet grass. It just takes longer but still gets it done. I also used it to clear the gutters of leaves and it worked well. I removed the tube making it even smaller and lighter. There were a few times when the thrust nearly knocked me off the ladder.
Noise level is excellent, especially on low. Think giant hairdryer. It is much lighter, quieter and not smelly compared to the big gas blowers.
I was originally considering the Toro Ultra, but I was unsure how much vacuuming and mulching I would do and wanted something lighter, less expensive, and less cumbersome.
Having reached middle age, I just couldn't stomach the thought of another springtime of manually raking the millions of oak leaves out of our Florida St. Augustine grass. The leaves get woven into the grass blades and manually raking them out is quite a chore. And then once you start getting a big pile of them, raking the pile across the grass is even tougher. I'm just too old for that sort of stuff now. As such, I figured I'd make a technology leap out of the 19th century and into the 20th century and blow them out of the grass. To my delight, blasting them out with the Toro Ultra worked like a charm. Setting the dial to hurricane force and putting the air blast very close to the base of the grass blades sent the oak leaves flying out, leaving behind ground that was almost too clean - it removed all of the beneficial thatch in some areas. With a little finesse, though, I was able to keep much of that biozone intact.
After rounding up the leaves into several big piles (and leaving my lawn amazingly green and pretty), I switched to vacuum & mulch mode and to my astonishment, that actually worked! (I was totally skeptical that that would actually work.) Better than that, though, the mulching process cut the number of plastic garbage bags I had to lug to the curb and instead of ~ six or seven 33 gallon bags I would normally use, I only ended up using four.Read more ›
For starters, you are getting a really powerful 2 speed blower here. Plugging it in is very easy because there is a pig-tail for the plug, not just a plug on the unit. Pig-tail configurations are much better in this sort of device. There is also a cleat to strain-relieve the cord so it does not pull out. Assembly is a snap - just pop the plastic protector on the bottom, affix the blower tube, and you are good to go! Take care that there is a small nozzle that was inside the tube - you can remove the nozzle for a wider air path or add it for more concentrated power. I was "blown away" by the >230MPH wind speed setting. I was easily able to clean up leaves even though they were wet and on long grass. I had to drop the speed in one spot because they were shooting too far and missing my pile - fortunately there are 2 speed settings.
Cleanup is also a breeze - pop off the bottom protector and add a 2-piece tube plug a bag and you can mulch leaves. The bag has a strap to hold it on your shoulder, and a convenient full-length zip to clean it out.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this for all the normal and usual items such as blowing leaves and sucking up as mulch. This is a great machine for these duties. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Phil Kliewer
I use this blower solely for blowing off most of our water on any vehicles I wash. The blower is very powerful and light, making it easy to use. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Eastern Shore Mike
Well balanced, ergonomic, and it'll almost blow your car out of the driveway.Published 1 day ago by Eric
I needed one of these as my yard is pretty big. I am out there every day trying to keep it clean and looking nice. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Paulette
My son doesn't like 2 cycle engines and get frustrated easily. This was a compromise for his sake. It works well but nothing can replace the torque of a gas engine in my opinion.Published 2 days ago by Alan
This is a fairly small blower, but it produces a very strong air flow that is much better than my earlier blower that stopped working. Read morePublished 3 days ago by M. Smith