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Vonhaus 3000W Leaf Blower, Vacuum & Leaf Mulcher + 2 Year Warranty £27.99 Delivered @ VonHaus
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Vonhaus 3000W Leaf Blower, Vacuum & Leaf Mulcher + 2 Year Warranty £27.99 Delivered @ VonHaus

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Posted 4th Nov

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Reasonable price for this included delivery. It's a 3000W model with blow, vac and mulching functions. One of the best prices in a while when factoring in delivery on a 3 in 1.

The 2 year warranty will need registering once you have received it, so make sure you don't forget to do that.


  • Powerful 3000W motor blows, vacuums and mulches leaves
  • Automatic mulching compacts debris in the 35 litre collection bag allowing more leaves to be collected in a ratio of 10:1
  • Features wheels and a shoulder strap for ease of use and greater mobility. Collection bag includes zip for easy emptying
  • Impressive and powerful flow rate delivers greater efficiency
  • Thermal cut-out safety feature to prevent overheating and long 10m cable
  • Free Extended 2 Year Warranty - Registration Required – *Terms and Conditions apply
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Benjimoron04/11/2019 11:10

3kw to blow some leaves? Might as well just set them on fire!


But they're wet and covering my garden That would take ages to pick them up, dry them on the radiator, pop them back and then light them
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 4th Nov
its got wheels, attach to skateboard and your away
tommybuges04/11/2019 18:02

Serious question. Could I vacuum the inside of a car with this? I find all …Serious question. Could I vacuum the inside of a car with this? I find all the hand held vacuums useless


If there are leaves inside the car I don't see why not
Edited by: "markymark34" 4th Nov
ketsunoanna04/11/2019 12:12

its got wheels, attach to skateboard and your away


Need a battery one or you wont get far
Edited by: "Kear" 8th Nov
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3kw to blow some leaves? Might as well just set them on fire!
Benjimoron04/11/2019 11:10

3kw to blow some leaves? Might as well just set them on fire!


But they're wet and covering my garden That would take ages to pick them up, dry them on the radiator, pop them back and then light them
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 4th Nov
I bought this from amazon last year, it’s powerful, only problem you have to wait for the leaves to dry before shredding.
On par with Emily shuttleworth they say 😳
I have this and recommend. Does a good job
Anyone have one of these, does it work on wet leaves?
Daft question, but can you use this on damp leafs? Not going to clog up or anything?
its got wheels, attach to skateboard and your away
Also good for blowing "fluffy" snow off your car.
I have this works great
Got this last year works a charm, even goes through the odd twig there and there. Wouldn't recommend for damp or wet leaves but otherwise a very good price for it.
Terrible for the environment these
ketsunoanna04/11/2019 12:12

its got wheels, attach to skateboard and your away


Need a battery one or you wont get far
Edited by: "Kear" 8th Nov
So it sucks too. Like a vacuum cleaner.
I'm just wondering about Dyson pricing....
Nabbed one to clear the leaves from my artificial grass, thanks for the heads up @NeoTrix
Kear04/11/2019 13:47

Need a battery one or you want get far


Extension lead
Is it noisy ? Like the fossil fuel versions ?
Its good for blowing. The vacuuming was ok if you hoover directly above the dry or semi-dry leaves. Won't try the vacuuming in wet weather or soaking leaves. Don't want to die doing chores.
Bought this a while back from Amazon. Awesome tool and would highly recommend. Easy to clean your garden and anything around the outside of your house.
Anyone recommend a model which works on wet leaves, as if i'm gonna sit around waiting for the leaves to dry in UK weather.
As soon as they look like they will dry, there will be another downpour.

Someone know one that will work with wet leaves and is cordless? Cash at the ready
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 4th Nov
Reckon this would be good to dry your car after a wash?
I have a Tesco version that looks exactly the same as this , does the job well . I also use it for grass after cutting with my flymo .
The only weak link I found was that the collection bag is very thin and twigs etc break through it .
I've not found a suitable replacement bag yet.
buckfast67uk04/11/2019 13:40

Terrible for the environment these


You may have misatken it for a 2-stroke pertol one
Bought it the other week. Imo it is great. Good suction and easy to use. Empty bag etc
Cranny_D04/11/2019 15:21

Reckon this would be good to dry your car after a wash?


I am also interested if anyone has used this on a car? My paintwork is waxed so the water beads on it, in case someone has tried this on regular paintwork and decided it doesn't work
ordered, gonna get rid of all the pesky leaves outside the house.
Danny_5432104/11/2019 16:46

I am also interested if anyone has used this on a car? My paintwork is …I am also interested if anyone has used this on a car? My paintwork is waxed so the water beads on it, in case someone has tried this on regular paintwork and decided it doesn't work


I was thinking the same. Haven't had one of these but 3000W is pretty damn powerful when you think that a hairdryer is normally 2000W and would work quite well on a car.

Be our guinea pig!
I have one of these got it last year like most of these vacuum /blowers they don't really like wet leaves, it blowers better than it sucks but works fine if you don't push it too much. I had to unblock mine after last year some soil/compost eventually got in and hardened over time and then couldn't flick the switch from blow to suck. Easy to fix but tons of screws to undo.Cable was quite long as well
Edited by: "shrek" 4th Nov
Also great for drying motorbike
Bought one last year was really handy I’d recommend it
Speedskim04/11/2019 16:09

I have a Tesco version that looks exactly the same as this , does the job …I have a Tesco version that looks exactly the same as this , does the job well . I also use it for grass after cutting with my flymo .The only weak link I found was that the collection bag is very thin and twigs etc break through it .I've not found a suitable replacement bag yet.


You will my child, there's still hope...
Serious question. Could I vacuum the inside of a car with this? I find all the hand held vacuums useless
tommybuges04/11/2019 18:02

Serious question. Could I vacuum the inside of a car with this? I find all …Serious question. Could I vacuum the inside of a car with this? I find all the hand held vacuums useless


If there are leaves inside the car I don't see why not
Edited by: "markymark34" 4th Nov
Save your cash and buy a rake . No wires plugs and you benefit from a bit of exerc
cleanrug04/11/2019 18:22

Save your cash and buy a rake . No wires plugs and you benefit from a bit …Save your cash and buy a rake . No wires plugs and you benefit from a bit of exerc


But it's a pain putting leaves in black bag's! You have to squash the bag to get the air out etc and it can be a pain. This dices up the leaves and 4 leaf full bags become 1!
cleanrug04/11/2019 18:22

Save your cash and buy a rake . No wires plugs and you benefit from a bit …Save your cash and buy a rake . No wires plugs and you benefit from a bit of exerc


Sell your car and get a bike for work going forward. Great shout out
Edited by: "MusaX" 4th Nov
Thank you. Sounds a really good deal. Perhaps I should bill my neighbour for half as it's his massive tree that spreads it's leaves in my garden!
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