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Electric Garden Leaf Blower and Vacuum for £32.94 delivered at Aldi
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Electric Garden Leaf Blower and Vacuum for £32.94 delivered at Aldi

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Electric Garden Leaf Blower and Vacuum for £32.94 delivered at Aldi
Posted 13th Sep

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Make garden maintenance enjoyable when you have this powerful 3000W Ferrex Garden Blower And Vacuum. Simply blow leaves, freshly mown grass or hedge clippings into neat piles for bagging, or collect using the vacuum function. Perfect for tidying any outdoor area, and featuring suction and shredding functions, this is a maintenance essential you will wonder what you ever did without.
Contents
* 1 x Blower
* 1 x Leaf collection bag
* 1 x Shoulder strap
Features
* 3000W Electric garden blower or vacuum
* 3 Functions in 1
* Use for blowing, suction or shredding jobs
* Easy no-tool vac conversion
* Shoulder strap for easy operation
* Wheels for easy steering
* Adjustable speed
* Blower speed 270km/h
* No load speed 9000-15000/min
* Mulching Ratio 10:1
* Vacuum capacity: 13.2m3/min
* Maximum air speed: 160-270km/h
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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48 Comments
Not sure how good this brand is but at that price very reasonable. These tools save hours of work in the autumn and a must if you have trees overhanging or a lot of leaves to clean up
It's free delivery over £30 so price should be £32.94 delivered. Also the 'estimated' shipping date is 20th september. Still a great deal though.
Edited by: "ollieh1" 13th Sep
Yes it 1p off free delivery
haribo86200313/09/2020 09:49

Yes it 1p off free delivery


Wonder what the cheapest thing to buy is
Father.Christmas13/09/2020 12:40

Wonder what the cheapest thing to buy is


I’ll answer my own question. Batteries are £1.9
Thanks just ordered one
Got one last year. Works fine, but the cord gets annoying. I'd probably invest in a cordless one starting again. That said for the money you can't go wrong
Will this be available in store from 20th Sep or is it online only?
theparmarsuk13/09/2020 20:56

Will this be available in store from 20th Sep or is it online only?


In store from 20th September
Bought one last year having not used these before surprised at how powerful it is easy to put together too only complaint would be its way too noisy
Edited by: "phantomx" 13th Sep
Got one from homebase same size. Its quite heavy after a while and clogs up.
I used to use a leaf blower but I've found going over them with a lawnmower much more effective and quicker! Particularly on my decked area.
Edited by: "saint_david" 14th Sep
phantomx13/09/2020 22:46

Bought one last year having not used these before surprised at how …Bought one last year having not used these before surprised at how powerful it is easy to put together too only complaint would be its way too noisy


What's it like as a mulcher - any good?
saint_david14/09/2020 08:24

I used to use a leaf blower but I've found going over them with a …I used to use a leaf blower but I've found going over them with a lawnmower much more effective and quicker!


Not sure that will work over my gravelled back garden
My neighbour's hedges hang over loose stones in our garden. Would this blow just the leaves, or will it blow the stones all over the place as well?
Battery?
TheFireEscaper14/09/2020 08:46

Not sure that will work over my gravelled back garden


Depends on the size of the gravel, set the lawnmower on the highest cut and you might get away with it
Father.Christmas13/09/2020 12:45

I’ll answer my own question. Batteries are £1.9


I’d like to give you my Christmas list now if you don’t mind please.

All the PlayStations and Xboxes, all the GPUs, A new train set, a Glue Gun, some socks for my Grandad, and World Peace.

Thank you.
Edited by: "PAISAL" 14th Sep
Not sure many people even think of this but Leaf Blowers are fatal to insects and should not be used unless absolutely necessary. (They are actually banned in Germany).
They pose the risk that small animals are absorbed or blown and thereby damaged. Also disturbing nesting hibernating hedgehogs.
Not only are they are noisy but you should try not to suck up or blow leaves from your borders.
Maybe if you really need to then use one to blow off leaves off your lawn to your borders would be better. For paths a good stiff brush is best as this will not only scrub the path, but less noisy and healthier way for your body.
Edited by: "srpjlyons" 14th Sep

Come around to mine then. Using a broom would take hours every week.
Hmm, was undecided between this and a better known brand (below) but if anyone needs it quicker (like me) it's an option..slightly less power and shorter warranty though.

screwfix.com/p/m…4fg

**Edit - what's the cord length on this??
Edited by: "mottok" 14th Sep
great for removing snow off the car.
PAISAL14/09/2020 10:18

I’d like to give you my Christmas list now if you don’t mind please.All the …I’d like to give you my Christmas list now if you don’t mind please.All the PlayStations and Xboxes, all the GPUs, A new train set, a Glue Gun, some socks for my Grandad, and World Peace.Thank you.


I can’t get you any of those unfortunately, but I could get you a leaf blower?
I bought 1 about 2 years ago from aldi. Gardenline I think. Was great for about a year then stopped working. It came with a 3 year warranty and they simply refunded me the full amount. Perfect service from them.
Anybody know of a decent priced cordless with this spec?

TIA
Father.Christmas13/09/2020 12:40

Wonder what the cheapest thing to buy is


I ordered carpenters pencils (12) and sharpener at £1.99
davep39313/09/2020 14:40

Got one last year. Works fine, but the cord gets annoying. I'd probably …Got one last year. Works fine, but the cord gets annoying. I'd probably invest in a cordless one starting again. That said for the money you can't go wrong


Its £10 more for the cordless version. Its advertised in the same special offer leaflet . Offers live 20th September issue.
ikabod3214/09/2020 14:32

Its £10 more for the cordless version. Its advertised in the same special …Its £10 more for the cordless version. Its advertised in the same special offer leaflet . Offers live 20th September issue.


No battery or charger though, never understand why, as people will know it`s an additional cost
I've always wanted to try this:
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hootz14/09/2020 16:10

Face wash gel 0.85p


Don’t need to wash my face, got a thick white beard to catch the food....
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
ikabod3214/09/2020 14:32

Its £10 more for the cordless version. Its advertised in the same special …Its £10 more for the cordless version. Its advertised in the same special offer leaflet . Offers live 20th September issue.


Bugger, I can't buy another! Sounds like a good deal
chrishartley7214/09/2020 15:13

No battery or charger though, never understand why, as people will know …No battery or charger though, never understand why, as people will know it`s an additional cost


Because they already have the battery - like me. Got one last week and have yet to test it.

They also have boxes with this plus battery and another with a charger as well. They are selling into a battery ecosystem (to use a little bit of BS).
srpjlyons14/09/2020 10:34

Not sure many people even think of this but Leaf Blowers are fatal to …Not sure many people even think of this but Leaf Blowers are fatal to insects and should not be used unless absolutely necessary. (They are actually banned in Germany).They pose the risk that small animals are absorbed or blown and thereby damaged. Also disturbing nesting hibernating hedgehogs.Not only are they are noisy but you should try not to suck up or blow leaves from your borders.Maybe if you really need to then use one to blow off leaves off your lawn to your borders would be better. For paths a good stiff brush is best as this will not only scrub the path, but less noisy and healthier way for your body.


Agreed! Cold for all the reasons you've mentioned
Woop_woop776214/09/2020 11:48

great for removing snow off the car.


Or drying the car after washing it, great on alloy wheels and wing mirrors.
buddn0714/09/2020 08:47

My neighbour's hedges hang over loose stones in our garden. Would this …My neighbour's hedges hang over loose stones in our garden. Would this blow just the leaves, or will it blow the stones all over the place as well?


Based on past experience with unbranded leaf blowers, the blowing is more powerful than the suction. I'd say that blowing over the stones will blow them everywhere too. I'd suggest sucking up the leaves, as the stones won't be light enough to be drawn in. Can't speak for this exact model though.
Thanks o/p, ordered with some face wash for a total cost of £30.84
srpjlyons14/09/2020 10:34

Not sure many people even think of this but Leaf Blowers are fatal to …Not sure many people even think of this but Leaf Blowers are fatal to insects and should not be used unless absolutely necessary. (They are actually banned in Germany).They pose the risk that small animals are absorbed or blown and thereby damaged. Also disturbing nesting hibernating hedgehogs.Not only are they are noisy but you should try not to suck up or blow leaves from your borders.Maybe if you really need to then use one to blow off leaves off your lawn to your borders would be better. For paths a good stiff brush is best as this will not only scrub the path, but less noisy and healthier way for your body.


They're not banned in Germany but there use is discouraged: "Leaf blowers are fatal to insects and should not be used unless absolutely necessary, the German government has told citizens, days after a disturbing new report warned than an ongoing “insect armageddon” threatens all life on Earth.
The often noisy gardening tools are heavily polluting and pose the “risk that small animals are absorbed or blown and thereby damaged”, the Ministry for the Environment said.
The statement, which came at the urging of a Green MP, stopped short of ordering an all-out ban, saying the machines should be avoided except for situations where they are “indispensable”."

They are bannned in LA and other US cities / states though due to environmental concerns / issues (noise & air pollution).

For £32 will still get one though right
mrwibble14/09/2020 20:16

Because they already have the battery - like me. Got one last week and …Because they already have the battery - like me. Got one last week and have yet to test it. They also have boxes with this plus battery and another with a charger as well. They are selling into a battery ecosystem (to use a little bit of BS).


It says "no battery or charger included, skin only", I can only assume you will have to buy them separately, I know Aldi do this with some cordless items, which is bizarre.

It`s £70 or £85, dependent on which battery/charger you go for, also for the 20th Sept special buy, it's saying "sold out"

aldi.co.uk/cor…700
Edited by: "chrishartley72" 16th Sep
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