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I was looking for a blower and got the Blower/Vac since it only cost $10 more and wow, was I pleased. With it I can vacuum my composite deck and get the tree seeds out of most of the cracks and along the brick rather tan blow them into the cracks. It chops the leaves better than my gas powered Blower/Vac and the bag is smaller and much more manageable and quieter. It is also great to vacuum the garage floor. The battery level indicator is very nice also. I sensed that the Vac was slightly slower and was confirmed by the battery level down all the way.
If you do a lot, like my 6x30 front porch and 14x50 deck, two batteries or a charge in-be-tween is needed. No big deal. While I was writing this, the battery shows half charged.
Cordless and lightweight.
Vacuum not powerful enough.
Adequate power for a battery device to do what I have to do.
It is impossible to take the tubes apart once put together. They were even hard to assemble. The opening edge of the vacuum tube could use some protection from abrasion, especially since this is advertised as a "hard surface cleaner."
The ability to control of the speed of vacuum
Its lite, easy to use and it has no bothersome cord.
You can't vacuum around rock gardens and you have to be careful around flowers beds.
battery, ease of use
not made in USA
Ease of use, convenient, no cord, powerful (for a cordless), lightweight, ergonomic, portable (if you do friends' yards in the area), and adjustable speed for debris control
plastic impellor, could use a bit more power