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WORX WG505 3-in-1 Blower/Mulcher/Vacuum, 9" x 15" x 20", Orange and Black
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- 3 MAJOR YARD TOOLS IN ONE: Change functions with just a flip of the switch, no need to stop and change out a tube; go from a 210 mph blower to a vacuum that sucks up dry leaves at up to 14 gallons per minute
- 16:1 MULCH RATIO: The metal impeller chops 16 bags of leaves into just 1 bag
- ADJUSTABLE AIRFLOW SPEED: Sometimes you need to slow it down to clean out corners or small spaces, so the blower can be brought down to 80 mph
- ONE-HANDED OPERATION: When in blower and vacuum modes you only need one hand to handle all that power; it’s only 9.5 lbs
- GET UNDER THE DECK: The clever angled tube design can get under the patio or lawn furniture to blow or vacuum up leaves in tough to get at places
- EASY CLEANING AND EMPTYING: The TRIVAC comes with a collection bag that unlocks for easy emptying, and the quick-release button allows for quick cleaning
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Ease Up On Your Next Outdoor Cleanup
It brings all three functions together in one compact, lightweight machine with a metal impeller: A great blower, a handy mulcher and a powerful yard vacuum!
TRIVAC 3-in-1 Blower / Mulcher / Yard Vacuum with Metal Impeller (WG505)
The WORX TRIVAC 3-in-1 Blower / Mulcher / Vacuum has the versatility to change jobs with the flip of a switch. Because there are no tubes to switch between tasks, you can blow away debris at 210 mph, then easily change to vacuuming dry leaves at up to 14 gallons per minute all with a single tool combining the power of a leaf blower, vacuum, and mulcher.
As a blower, the TRIVAC produces an airspeed of up to 210 mph, strong enough for the toughest wet leaves and debris. While vacuuming, the high impact resistant impeller mulches leaves up to 1/10 of their original size. When in vacuum mode, the powerful motor in the TRIVAC generates 350 cubic feet of airflow per minute.
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|Item Dimensions||20.00 x 15.00 x 9.00 inches||9.00 x 41.00 x 14.00 inches||38.00 x 9.88 x 20.75 inches||45.00 x 9.00 x 14.00 inches||37.00 x 8.50 x 20.44 inches||—|
|Item Weight||11.00 lbs||8.50 lbs||8.10 lbs||8.90 lbs||6.90 lbs||3.20 lbs|
|Maximum Speed||210 miles_per_hour||250 miles_per_hour||230 miles_per_hour||250 miles_per_hour||120 miles_per_hour||—|
|Power Source||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded-Electric||Battery Powered||battery-powered|
|Voltage||120 volts||—||120 volts||—||40 volts||20.00 volts|
Clearing your lawn of leaves and debris just got a whole lot easier. The TRIVAC 3-in-1 Blower / Yard Vacuum / Mulcher blows out 80-210 mph of airflow, with 350 CFM of air volume, at 15,000 rpm. That’s a lot of power that also switches into a vacuum to suck up a lot of leaves. Then, when you’re ready for collection, the TRIVAC turns into a mulcher, employing its sturdy metal impeller to chop leaves down at a 16:1 ratio. That’s 16 bags of debris into just one. And the attachable collection bag holds 1.2 bushels of those mulched leaves. It’s easy to clean, easy to assemble and operate, and easy to carry, even while operating.
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It's an okay purchase. Not great, but okay. It does everything it's suppose to do.
It came in today and I put it to work right away. Took me 2 minutes to assemble and I was ready to go. So here's what I found
1. The blower works like any other leaf blower. Not stronger, just average. Check the power setting when it arrives as the blower power is adjustable. It arrives at the lowest setting. People who are claiming the blower is terrible probably did not switch it from the low power to full power. It works decent.
2. The vacuum setting works a little better than I expected. But again, average, not great. It will easily pick up leaves, both dry and wet. and small twigs no problem. I had piles of leaves along the fence that had been there for weeks and were a bit damp. Picked them up no problem. Took some time, but picked them up. Takes a lot of back and forth motion to keep the leaves flowing and to keep the vacuum from clogging. IT WILL CLOG PERIODICALLY. There's no getting past this.
The mulching function is non existent almost. Mostly full sized battered up leaves in the bag. Nowhere near the finely mulched look of the infomercial.
3. This thing is TOUGH. I did a big no no and that was to vacuum leaves straight out of my flower bed with mulch. And I'm talking fairly good sized mulch that caused the the rotary blade to jam several times I'm talking a full on jam that caused the motor to smoke a few times. From the time it jammed to the time I was able to turn off the motor was maybe 2-3 seconds. Enough for a little smoke to come out of the vents. Each time a piece of mulch was stuck between the blade and side wall. Jammed tight and it took a screwdriver to unlodge it. It cranked back up every time no problem. I don't recommend vacuuming over mulch but it fought through decent size twigs and piece of mulch with a few jams.
There's a distinct difference in the sound of a leaf jam and a propeller jam. A leaf jam simply creates a higher pitch sound, a propeller jam is a hard motor jam and loud. Don't panic. Just turn it off and clear the jam.
Everyone is saying how the leaf jam is pretty frequent and annoying that they have to disassemble the Trivac to clear the jam each time. What I found was that if i got a leaf jam, I simply switched from vacuum to blower and back to vacuum and 9 times out of 10 it cleared the jam each time. Try this first before turning it off and disassembling to clear a leaf jam. TRY THIS METHOD FOR LEAF JAMS ONLY. FOR A PROPELLER JAM TURN THE TRIVAC OFF AND UNPLUG TO CLEAR THE JAM
While the blower is okay and not great, i found a work around to get stronger blow force. I simply removed the bag and switched to vacuum and the positive air flow coming out of the bag port was maybe 5x stronger than the blower port. So I used that method to blow my leaves into piles. Worked like a champ. Not it's intended purpose but it worked great.
In closing, honestly, if you have a mulching mower and a leaf blower, you don't need this item. It's simply not as efficient as a mower and blower. It works okay and will make the chore of raking and picking up leaves and mowing debris a bit easier. But it's not something I would say is the best in it's category. But for the price, it's well worth it.
I have dramatically changed my evaluation from 2 stars to 5 stars. I finally learned how to use this properly. First, the strap around the bag is meant to go over your shoulder to support the weight of the blower/vacuum. Putting the strap at the proper length makes all of the difference in the world for comfort and ease of use. It is a matter of trial and error until it feels right, which it now does for me.
The vacuum really works very well. I don't know what I was thinking of with my first rating of 2 stars which criticized the vacuum as 'pathetic.' It is not. It is just like running your home vacuum over a carpet except here you are running it over grass. I found that it even picked up wet leaves that had been pushed into the soil because they had been walked over. You do have to be very careful not to vacuum up semi-branches because they can jam in the rotor which breaks up the debris. The rotor turns to create the vacuum. If the branch is a twig, it will work but if you hear a 'seizing' noise after sucking up any solid object, even thick mulch, turn it off and remove the front section so that you can see the rotor blades. Use needle nose plier to pull out the offending item.
I just vacuumed up the leaves from a 5,000 square foot yard with relative ease and had no noticeable strain on my arms or back. It was a lot easier than raking. And, if the leaves are 'blow around' dry, the vacuum picks them so easily as to make it 'fun' -- almost!!!
It is important to empty the bag whenever you sense that the vacuum suction is weakening. It takes less than a minute to empty the bag into a disposable bag. Once you have done so and you returning to vacuuming up the leaves, you will notice the increased strength of the vacuum.
While it does have the ability to work as a blower, I use a dedicated cordless blower which is easier to handle, gives me freedom to go where I want rather than being tethered to a cord, and works it a bit stronger than this blower. I use a worx 32 v blower. But, it is nice to have the option of using the blower immediately if the need arises.
Also, I use a 50 foot 16 gauge extension cord which gives me just enough freedom to work on my entire yard. I have several outdoor outlet around my house.
I highly recommend this for keeping your lawn clean of leaf debris.
Sucks up small twigs, and even 1-1 1/2 inch cypress balls! I was surprised at the debris the unit allowed through.
Great job mulching as well!
A lot of dust so be sure to wear a mask.
Blower works okay, but I rather use the lightweight worx blower.
I thought the cord would be a hassle, but it’s nothing compared to the pain, that is bending over... over and over again, to gather the leaves.
I would recommend this product to someone who has a large yard.
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I’m 6’4” and cannot work with the mulching bag as the angle while vacuuming is completely screwed up.
All it would have taken is for the manufacturers to make the adjustable strap longer so all human frames would be covered.