As autumn approaches and the trees start dropping their leaves, it becomes the time when serious garden tidying is required. Along with garden shredders this is the time when leaf blowers come into their own. Whether you want to clear leaves off your patio, or blow them into a corner before vacuuming them up, a garden leaf blower is a great bit of kit for the autumn months. It can be tempting to delay too long till the leaves become a soggy mush on your beautiful lawn. Don’t delay! Wet leaves on your lawn will stop the air getting to the grass and will trap the moisture with the resut that your carefully tended lawn becomes a quagmire! Clear those leaves now with a quality garden leaf blower. Check out our reviews for the best buy.
Flymo Garden Vac 2700 Leaf Blower - Review
The Flymo Garden Vac 2700 is a multi function device – it blows leaves as well as vacuums, shreds and jet vacuums. Changing between modes is relatively simple with this Flymo leaf blower this leaf blower and all it takes is a pull of a small lever. Like most leaf blowers it has a built in bag to collect the leaves and other debris as well as a carrying strap to make it easy
- 2700 watt motor
- 40 litre leaf collection bag
- 3:1 shredding ratio
- 212 kmh blow speed
- 12 metre mains cable
Flymo Scirocco 3000 Leaf Blower - Review
The Flymo Scirocco 3000 Electric Garden Vac & Blower is a dual function leaf blower and garden vacuum with 3000 watt motor – it is great value as well as a great labour saving device.
With the leaf blower function you can easy manoeuvre all the leaves and garden debris into one manageable pile. Then with a flick of a switch changes the machine to garden vacuum mode and suck up your pile of waste. No more bending over and bagging up the leaves by hand once you have this garden tool! The Flymo Scirocco is a powerful peice of equipment which can suck up even wet and difficult leaves can be sucked up without blocking the tube which can be a problem with some leaf blowers in this price range. The leaves can easily be transferred to the compost bin where they will rot down nicely for use during the next growing season.