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Ferrex 3300 W Corded Leaf Blower/ Vacuum £29.99 @ Aldi
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Ferrex 3300 W Corded Leaf Blower/ Vacuum £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 2nd OctAvailable: National
Got one of these in store today. Blower works well, but not tried vacuum yet.

Maximum suction capacity: 13m3/min
Maximum blowing speed: 270km/h
Shredding ratio: 10:1
3 functions: blowing/suction/shredding
3 year warranty, but looks like buyer pays return postage.
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Need to know if this will vacuum acorns if anyone knows?
COUPONKEV02/10/2019 18:02

Need to know if this will vacuum acorns if anyone knows?

If it's like the lidl equivalent I think it'd really struggle to lift them and if it does it'll probably not be able to shred them so it'll choke it.
I bought one and it has wheels on it it’s very good we
I picked this up last week and so far I'm pretty impressed. The plastic piping that you clip together to make the nozzle feels a little cheap, but the machine has a huge kick to it and they variable speed is useful to not pick up gravel that the leaves are on top of.
Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?

Just an idea I’d had, so have been looking out for one.
mdentz02/10/2019 18:36

Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea …Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea I’d had, so have been looking out for one.


It’s fairly powerful on the highest setting, so I think it would work as a dryer - However, they do say (on the all encompassing safety instructions) not to use it in wet conditions :/
mdentz02/10/2019 18:36

Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea …Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea I’d had, so have been looking out for one.


You want a compressor.

When I wash my motorbikes, I then spray with wd40 or Gt85 and then spray off with compressed air. Leaves a high shine and streak free finish.
furiousjammin02/10/2019 20:27

You want a compressor.When I wash my motorbikes, I then spray with wd40 or …You want a compressor.When I wash my motorbikes, I then spray with wd40 or Gt85 and then spray off with compressed air. Leaves a high shine and streak free finish.


How much would I be looking at for a suitable one of those?
mdentz02/10/2019 20:27

How much would I be looking at for a suitable one of those?


Aldi have compressors in at the moment for £79.99 I believe. That's brand new with warranty. You can pick 2nd hand ones up cheap on gumtree etc but probably false economy if you can get an Aldi one.

As well as drying bikes off, I use mine to check tyre pressures on car and bikes, and they are fantastic for cleaning filters out on vacuum cleaners. Makes them like new again and improves the dust extraction.
furiousjammin02/10/2019 20:40

Aldi have compressors in at the moment for £79.99 I believe. That's brand …Aldi have compressors in at the moment for £79.99 I believe. That's brand new with warranty. You can pick 2nd hand ones up cheap on gumtree etc but probably false economy if you can get an Aldi one.As well as drying bikes off, I use mine to check tyre pressures on car and bikes, and they are fantastic for cleaning filters out on vacuum cleaners. Makes them like new again and improves the dust extraction.


I wonder if this smaller one would do the job at £29.99


aldi.co.uk/12v…700
mdentz02/10/2019 18:36

Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea …Would this be suitable to use to dry my bike after washing?Just an idea I’d had, so have been looking out for one.


If you mean for a bicycle then I'd recommend using damp rags with a little Muc Off and then wiping clean and drying any damp with a microfiber cloth. If you must use soap and water you're better of using a large synthetic chamois to dry than an air line as someone has suggested. An air line will blow water past seals and rings and end up in places it shouldn't be.
Dekard9702/10/2019 20:55

If you mean for a bicycle then I'd recommend using damp rags with a little …If you mean for a bicycle then I'd recommend using damp rags with a little Muc Off and then wiping clean and drying any damp with a microfiber cloth. If you must use soap and water you're better of using a large synthetic chamois to dry than an air line as someone has suggested. An air line will blow water past seals and rings and end up in places it shouldn't be.


thanks, I guess I’ll just stick to my usual methods of cleaning and drying then!
This deal blows
Edited by: "alexytin" 2nd Oct
mdentz02/10/2019 22:49

thanks, I guess I’ll just stick to my usual methods of cleaning and drying …thanks, I guess I’ll just stick to my usual methods of cleaning and drying then!


Definitely
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