The worx WG583 40V Powrshare cordless blower vac mulcher has three times the performance than the everyday leaf blower, and double that of the blower. This 3-in-1 leaf blower vacuum & mulcher uses two 20V batteries and a high-efficiency brushless motor to power this enormously useful yard clearing system. The worx WG583 40V Powrshare cordless blower vac mulcher has three times the performance than the everyday leaf blower, and double that of the blower. This 3-in-1 leaf blower vacuum & mulcher uses two 20V batteries and a high-efficiency brushless motor to power this enormously useful yard clearing system. With the leaf blower mulcher, you no longer need to gather the leaves in a pile for disposal. You simply need to push the leaf blower mulcher a few times to blow the leaves from the leaf pile to a huge, single holding area. After that, its easy-to-use tool-free disassembling process transforms this leaf blower into a leaf vacuum so you can get the leaves anywhere you want with minimal effort. This leaf blower boasts a 350 cfm/232 cu ft output on its highest and 200 cfm/83 cu ft output on its lowest, utilizing 185 or 116 miles per hour, for an impressive amount of air volume in its leaf blower mode. It weighs only 8.4 lbs. in leaf blower mode, and just 11.5 lbs. in leaf vacuum mode. Additionally, there s no cord to trip over. This leaf blower boasts a 350 cfm/232 cu ft output on its highest and 200 cfm/83 cu ft output on its lowest, utilizing 185 or 116 miles per hour, for an impressive amount of air volume in its leaf blower mode. It weighs only 8.4 lbs. in leaf blower mode, and just 11.5 lbs. in leaf vacuum mode. Additionally, there s no cord to trip over.
Bought this product primarily for vacuuming leaves to reduce bagging effort and number of bags. Does a great job on piles, and removing leaves along fence lines. Chops leaves finely. Can handle only very thin twigs. Bag opening is wide and debris doesn’t cling inside. The blower has good power. The unit itself is light weight. We have 4 river birch trees, so split vacuuming raked piles into 3 sessions due to battery life. The attachment to deposit leaves directly into a garbage can didn’t fit this model.
Top Customer Reviews for Worx WG583
jessuckapow rated Worx WG583 4 out of 5 stars on May 30, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
ATROCIOUS battery life! BUT AMAZING CUSTOMER SERVICE
I guess getting a free product means you’re more liberal with your review ratings? I bought mine and after a few weeks of debating between this one and the electric one I based my purchase on these positive reviews. THAT WAS A BAD IDEA! It performs well, it mulches well but the fully charged batteries lasted *maybe* 20 minutes.When I first tried to use it for a full job the batteries *had* been fully charged but then I tested it for about a minute and then let it sit for a week. When I picked it up I tested the vacuum/mulching for about 5min and then switched to the blower and it died in about 5-10 minutes. I knew from reviews the mulching took a lot of battery and that the battery prob lost some charge over the week so I wanted to test it again. A few days ago I had the batteries on the charger and did the first part of my backyard and grabbed the blower once both batteries were FRESHLY full charge. I tested w ONLY the blow function (normal, not eco bcs eco just isn’t strong enough for what I needed) and as soon as I heard the motor slow around 20 minutes in I was bummed AND ticked off!So it works well if it has juice and is obviously useless without the juice. The thought of paying $200 for a set of back up batteries hurts my heart so I’m just super bummed w this purchase. I wish I would’ve gotten the electric… no, i REALLY wish the batteries on these lasted longer, enough to at least finish the job in my backyard, which is only 2k sqft, bcs I really want the convenience of cordless.I tried to call WORX but they gave their peeps a very long weekend (which is great) so I will give them a call on Tuesday and will update my review based on how that goes. At the moment tho, I do NOT recommend this!** June 9th Update **I called WORX last Tuesday and they stated the horrible battery life shouldn’t be how it truly behaves. They offered to send me a brand new unit at no cost and I’ll be sending back the defective one. I asked the rep expected battery life and she said it’s variable but most people should get 45-60 minutes of usage out of it. I followed up today since I hadn’t heard from them and they expedited the order and I just got an email saying it’s being shipped and I should have it by Wed next week. Fingers crossed! WORX CS is very friendly but not super easy to get ahold of (I’ve always had long hold times) but they do call back w/in 24hours if you leave them a VM.**July 14th Update**So I got the replacement and it took awhile for me to have a project where I could test it out. The battery life is still garbage BUT Worx customer service is ASTOUNDING and they helped me figure out a solution that will be suitable for me. So while there is juice this machine is terrific BUT I’d DEF suggest extra batteries. I’ll have 6 4.0 20volt batteries once I get our Nitro trimmer (with batteries… they come cheaper w a device than sold separately) so we’ll have a few to swap out. Worx is so wonderful I’ll just be ordering from them over the phone from here on out. Expect to leave a number and get a call back but they always call back.
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gramps rated Worx WG583 3 out of 5 stars on July 4, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
False advertising. Clearly states all metal impeller when in fact it is plastic. May return as there is cheaper options with plastic impeller.
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