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Toro Ultra Plus 51621 Leaf Blower

Toro Ultra Plus 51621 Leaf Blower

We recently reviewed the Toro 51621. When the product arrived we thought they delivered the incorrect item due to the fact it arrived in a small package. But low and behold, the product comes in three easy to install pieces; basically, you attach the tube, connect a cord and your all set to go.

We found out quickly that the start button is sensitive. When choosing a low speed, it’s pretty much very easy to mistakenly hit the switch into a higher speed. Likewise While in low speed use, it is quite easy to unintentionally switch it to the off position.

The electric power is positioned on a short cable connection on the reverse side of the blower. We’ve seen other tools like this typically position the receptacle with a fastener for the cord, we prefer this arrangement, because, what happens is that when you reach the end of the cord, it disconnects and cuts the power.

This item is not a toy, even though it looks and feels like one. The Toro 51621 is very powerful. It works well on surfaces that are flat, but problems arise when using it when leaves are wet; it works but takes longer to finish. Its also very good for removing debris from gutters. The tube can be removed to enable the blower to fit into hard to reach spots, which makes it shorter and less heavy.

In addition, with a Toro blower you are able to adjust the strap multiple ways which makes this product as being very stable. It sucks up dirt, grass, weeds, we can say we never experienced any products jamming in the machine. We noticed that its built with a metal fan as opposed to the lower quality plastic fan blades. This is probably why it never gets jammed when we’re testing it. We rate this product as being an excellent vacuum with a big bag that is well designed on the vacuum and a great zipper that refuses to get stuck & continues to perform. It can blow every sort of particles as fast as you want it to. The variable speed switch is great for vacuuming and exceptional for blowing. You can not get it wrong with this mighty Toro

Regardless, we recommend buying an electric blower if not the Toro 51621. It’s not the best idea to have gas cans and oil out and about. Also, even though for other electrical yard equipment you can get away with a battery operated unit, when it comes to a blower, you are going to want more power with an unit you are going to be able to plug-in not from a 18V battery. With the Toro 51621 UltraPlus Blower Vacuum you’re getting an extremely strong two speed unit. We were impressed by the > 230-MPH wind speed setting; it was effortlessly easy to clean up leaves.

Positives:
  • Easy to assemble/disassemble and clean.
  • Shifted foliage along with other rubble rapidly.
  • Detached inlayed materials, such as for example particles from grass, fast.
  • Vacuumed up debris instantly plus proficiently.
  • User-friendly simple to manage and control.
  • Pretty noiseless when listened to from a distance, an advantage when dealing with your neighbors.
  • Has several rates of speed for greater handle within restricted areas.
  • Can be changed into vacuum for drawing up debris into a collection bag.
  • The force of the speed for blowing can be set to different rates rather than having to hold down a button constantly.


Negatives:
  • Loud at close range

9.3 Total Score
Toro Ultra Plus 51621 Leaf Blower

We recently reviewed the Toro 51621. When the product arrived we thought they delivered the incorrect item due to the fact it arrived in a small package. But low and behold, the product comes in three easy to install pieces; basically, you attach the tube, connect a cord and your all set to go.

Performance
9
Usability
9.5
Durability
9
Value
9.5
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