This is a great little machine. yes it needs an extension cord, but so do all electric blowers...this one actually has about 6 feet so totally usuable. This is a high powered but lightweight blower. I keep it in the laundry room and use it to blow my front porch,steps and pathway. It is really powerful but light enough to use with 1 hand. It is easy to get into hard to reach spots and it's compact size makes it so useful to get to areas behind furniture etc. It is so easy to grab and plug in and you are ready to go...no special adapters, no difficult storage. I plug it in to an extension cord and the tuck it into my gardening basket. I can blow the leaves off a flower bed in a moment. Looking to buy another to keep in the garage to use around the pool.
A very handy tool. It lets you lock the engage switch with the on switch which is very helpful for this old body of 84+ years. I have not run out of power the times that I have used it. I simply plug it in when I'm through with it and it is ready to go the next time I want to do that kind of trimming. This is especially handy around sprinkler heads and trees--the sprinkler heads to keep from destroying the blade and the trees to keep from cutting the bark.
The scrunchie coils very nicely and takes up very little space. This improved the appearance of my back yard and deck. The downside is that it comes with a warning label that the product contains elements considered carcinogenic in CA. Also, I when I attached a spray nozzle at the end, it leaked even after I tried to drain the water out as it shrank back to storage size.
...for Clallam County in Washington State. When it comes to composters, whether store bought or hand built, I've seen them all. But of all of them, I tip my hat to this one. I was out buying the parts to build a new drum composter - a plastic 45gal barrel and some aluminum - but the moment I saw this one, I was sold! In fact, the money I spent wouldn't even pay for the parts of the one I was about to build. More importantly, this one has indestructible construction (extremely important when dealing with nematodes and other microbes breaking down organic matter into compost), a powder-coated base, and the multi-position drum locking system is a breeze to fill and empty! It's also the perfect size for the average residential home. Best of all, .....it's incredibly easy! For best results, mix 50% brown with 50% green, then tumble it for a minute or two. Within a day or two (depending on the ambient temperature), the mixture will begin to generate heat. Encouraged by this units double-wall construction, this is what you want, ....SO LEAVE IT ALONE! Once the temperature has subsided, spin the drum for a minute to remix the ingredients. Again, it will begin to generate heat. For best results, do this procedure 3 or 4 times, until it no longer generates heat. It is now ready to use. One last comment about compost. The goal of composting is not to make compost, but to create an environment that generates and encourages microbial habitat; these are the little guys that continue to break down organic matter into the building blocks that feed your plants long after you have spread the compost on your garden or lawn. Like you, nematodes need air and water to survive, so dry soil is dead soil.
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