Toro 51621 UltraPlus Leaf Blower Vacuum, Variable-Speed (up to 250 mph) with Metal Impeller, 12 amp

Toro’s highest performing blower vac. Everything the ultra has, plus added time-saving and leaf shredding performance. Includes the patented shreds-all shred ring that works with the metal impeller to reduce up to 97% of mulched debris to less than 1/2 inch. An oscillating nozzle kit is also included. This kit automatically sweeps the air back and forth making a wider blowing path on hardscapes without moving the wrist. Includes: main blower tube – for dry leaves; power insert – for wet, heavy leaves; concentrator – use in corners and crevices; cord storage hook – store the cord by wrapping it around storage hook; bottom-zip vacuum bag (may be used for easy storage of all blower/vac components). Debris reduction varies with material type and its condition.

Product Features

  • Superior blowing and mulching proven by controlled laboratory testing
  • Powerful up to 250 mph degree
  • Vacuum tube, bottom-zip bag, cord storage hook, shred-all shred ring and time-saving oscillating tube included; Extension cord Sold separately
  • Variable speed control for better control in both blower and vac mode

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2 Responses to Toro 51621 UltraPlus Leaf Blower Vacuum, Variable-Speed (up to 250 mph) with Metal Impeller, 12 amp

  1. Studio Orange says:

    Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A Only some will understand the title of this review.So let me spell it out: A combination leaf blower / mulcher is like a cheat code for life.Raking my back yard typically goes something like this…I go out and buy leaf bags. I’ll generally buy three packs, for a total of 15 bags. I assume that I’m over-estimating because my back yard isn’t really that big. How could I possibly need more?Spend an entire afternoon raking leaves. Arms feel like…

  2. Keith says:

    I like the many hand holds allowing for different holding positions