WORX WG540.5 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Blower/Sweeper
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- WORX electric blower/sweeper uses lithium-ion battery technology
- WORX lithium battery packs are lightweight (less than 5 pounds) and provide 3 times the useable life of standard Ni-Cd batteries
- The 120-mph blast can easily clear under parked cars or outdoor furniture
- Features a soft grip handle for user comfort
- Charges in about 30 minutes
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WG540.5 Features: -Blower. -Lithium-ion battery technology, long life, no self discharge, no memory effect. -Clears hard-to-reach places. -120 Mph air speed to clean up large areas. -Sweeps debris from shops and garages. -Ideal for hard surfaces. Product Type: -Hand held. Generic Specifications: -Battery voltage: 18V. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -4.8 lbs.
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Keep your patio, deck, or driveway free of debris with the WorxAIR 18V lithium Cordless Blower/Sweeper. An 18-volt lithium battery powered motor clears away grass clippings and leaves, and the rechargeable battery lets you reach every corner of your property without worrying about dragging out yards of extension cord. The lightweight body and ergonomic design let you save your energy for tackling your next task. The WorxAIR is built with ErgoSum Design Technology, so you can operate the blower using a natural, comfortable grip. A proper grip fights fatigue by allowing you to work in a relaxed, natural position. At under five pounds, the WorxAIR Blower/Sweeper is light enough for almost anyone to use. A directional airflow nozzle channels the 120-mph blast across any hard surface, easily clearing under parked cars or outdoor furniture. The WorxAIR is powered by an efficient, rechargeable 18-volt lithium battery pack, which delivers plenty of power without the added cost of gas, the hassle of extension cords, or the pollution associated with gas-powered alternatives. The WORX lithium battery packs are exceptionally lightweight and provide 3 times the useable life of standard Ni-Cd batteries. The battery pack will even work with your other WORX lithium PowerShare tools; just swap it out when you're ready to move on to the next job. When you're not using the WorxAIR, it stows out of the way with the included wall mount. The battery charges in about 30 minutes.
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I used to use the Black & Decker 18volt cordless lawn tools that used those horrible ni-cad batteries that never lasted more than a year and required holding your breath just right in order for them to charge back to full, and even then, it seems that most after a few times of use would never charge back enough to give full power to the tools (the bush trimmer, after only a few uses was virtually worthless because none of the batteries could charge fully enough to give it enough power to go thru anything). I finally got tired and frustrated with continually low charge and no power to do anything and have been gradually replacing the B&D 18v Ni-Cad yard tools with the Worx line of Li-Ion cordless lawn tools. I've had the worx weed whacker since christmas, and I love it - not only does it maintain full battery charge for longer than the old Black & Deckers, but it was much more powerful than the B&D's were the first time I used them. The blower is no exception - way more power than it's B&D NiCad equivalent - it can blow much more debris of a patio and much faster. The battery life seemed to somewhere around 15-20mins. which is more than adequate for my use - I don't use blowers to try to gather leaves or anything, I simply mow over leaves and mulch them. Plus the Worx tools are much smaller and streamlined than the B&D tools, not just the battery, but everything else is smaller too - not a bunch of unnecessarily large plastic housing, but the weed whacker handle still extends out to a comfortable length for taller people. I guess B&D makes their lawn tools look big and bulky so the men will feel manly when they use them, but I'm a petite woman, and I appreciate that Worx doesn't make their tools any larger than they need to be - and they still function perfectly and have plenty of power. So for anyone out there still struggling with crappy NI-Cad yard tools and perpetually low batteries - get these - you won't regret it.
This item exceeded my expectations especially after reading the other review. However, for my purposes this blower is exactly right.
I swept my cement and then used the blower on it. It was amazing to see all the dirt come out of the cement texture! So now I will also use it next time I sweep out the garage. I bought it for my cobblestone sidewalk and it does a great job there.
I used it to clean my garden pathways made from rubber mulch carpet.
It also works great for knocking down spider webs that appear on my porch banisters overnight. It is so light weight I can take it anywhere and keep finding new ways to use it.
I have a 1/2 acre yard and these tools handle it all perfectly with at least 70% battery life remaining.
Be aware you arent going to use these tools on a 1 acre yard with full on/full power non-stop trimming and blowing work that lasts well over 30 minutes. And you arent going to clean the yard of leaves in Fall with the blower. These are light weight, light duty tools, with about 30 minutes of full on power.
For a suburban setting...these tools ARE SPOT ON!!!
What you also get is an awesome Product that is great and light weight. I am a woman and bought all the tools for my husband to use and he just doesn't use it. SO I had to get out and get myself some tools that were light weight and Worx is it. My lawn is Manicured so nice it took some time to get it right but I learned.
Please always wear eye protection I have caught myself a few times and had to go to the eye doctor. :(
So please be careful.
Lithium for Worx tools is the only way I'd go.