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VonHaus 3 in 1 3000W Garden Vacuum, Leaf Blower & Mulcher

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Autumn is at our door already. The time to choose the best garden vacuum for the chores that are coming our way has come. It is not a hard job, thanks to VonHaus 3 in 1 Leaf Blower – 3000W Garden Vacuum & Mulcher.

Sometimes the time passes very quickly, especially if we enjoy it. And what’s not to enjoy about summer? However, like everything else in life, summer’s bound to end. And don’t get me wrong, autumn is a beautiful season as well. It comes with its tasks of course, but life would be boring if there were no chores here and there to occupy our minds, right?

Speaking of chores, cleaning the lawn from fallen leaves is one of autumn’s most important tasks. That’s why I mentioned that we should probably start looking for a garden vacuum.

VonHaus 3 in 1 Leaf Blower - 3000W Garden Vacuum & Mulcher - 35 Litre Collection Bag, 10:1 Shredding Ratio, Automatic Mulching Compacts Leaves in Bag with 10m Cable
  • THE ULTIMATE TIDYING TOOL – the VonHaus 3000W Leaf Blower is ideal for tidying lawns, patios, driveways and more. Its powerful 3000W motor blows, vacuums and mulches leaves into material suitable for composting
  • MULCHING FEATURE – the leaf blower compacts leaves in the generous zipped 35-litre capacity collection bag at a shredding ratio of 10:1, which means less time spent emptying the bag and more time making your garden clean and tidy
  • IMPRESSIVE FLOW RATE – its powerful performance delivers optimum efficiency and ensures your garden will be looking neat and tidy in no time
  • COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT – includes a shoulder strap and wheels allowing you to work in comfort for prolonged periods, a 10m power cable, as well as a thermal cut-out safety feature
  • Manufacturer 2 Year Warranty Included

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The Best Garden Vacuum UK

Summer is full of life. Flowers, green trees, the smell of grass, warm nights and fresh mornings. I can say that it is my favourite season without a doubt. However, like all good things, summer also eventually comes to an end. This is why it’s important that we’re prepared for what will inevitably come – autumn work. Preparing gardens for the winter, moving some of the flowerpots back into the house, clearing the garden from fallen leaves and more countless tasks that need to be finished before the first cold days. Well, as much as we want to, we can’t help with everything. All we can do is give you enough information, so you could choose the best garden vacuum uk for you easily.

Bosch Garden Vacuum - Best Choice

Finding the right garden tool is often something we overlook. A lot of people think that just any tool will suffice. However, if the tool you have does not meet your needs, the quality of your work will suffer. This is why in this article we will be focusing on the different types of garden vacuums. We will discuss their advantages and disadvantages, and we’ll give you some tips on how to choose the best garden vacuum for you.

What Tool To Choose Vac or Leaf Blower?

Garden vacuums (also known as vacs in UK) basically suck leaves and lightweight debris up into a collection bag. You probably won’t find any article about garden vacuums without stumbling upon something about leaf blowers. Following tradition, we too feel obliged to mention them.

Leaf blowers also deal with fallen leaves but they, as their name suggests, blow the leaves instead of collecting them. So after you’re done with the leaf blower, you have to manually collect the leaves and put them in the compost bin. With the vac, you would vacuum the leaves directly into a bag, which would definitely save you time. Of course, if you want to have both options in one tool, you could. There are multifunctional tools on the market with both of these functions. It would be suitable if you have a larger garden with many trees or hedges to maintain.

Which is The Best Garden Vacuum For You?

Now let’s dive into the types of garden vacuums you could choose from. There are three main categories in which the garden vacuums are divided- corded, battery-powered and petrol garden vacuums.

Corded Vacs

Corded electric garden vacuums are the lightest. Since they have no battery and no fuel tank, and basically nothing to add to their weight but a motor, these tools are the easiest to carry around. What is more, they are quite practical as well. They almost don’t need maintenance. You just plug the vacuum and start working. Seems easy, right? It is, but everything comes with a price. They are light and easy to maintain, due to being corded, but the cord itself is sometimes a disadvantage.

Bosch Corded Garden Vacuum

There are a lot of things to consider before buying a corded vacuum. First of all, you should make sure that you have a convenient power socket outside. If you do not have a source of power outside, you could use an extension lead. However, the longer the cable the more tangled it could get. It is crucial to have in mind the size of your garden when choosing the best garden vacuum for you. If you buy a tool with a short cable and your garden is slightly bigger, you may have a lot of unnecessary headaches. Basically, if your garden is more than 10 m in length, you are likely to struggle to find a tool with a cord that is long enough.

Corded garden vacuums are great for smaller gardens, but are not very suitable for larger spaces. Another thing to consider before buying a corded garden vacuum is the fact that they are not as powerful as the battery-powered or petrol ones. This is why we do not recommend them for commercial use.

All in all, although the corded vacuums come with more restrictions, they are easy to use and cost almost nothing to maintain. If you have a small garden, they are the perfect tools for domestic use as our experts at Hedge Trimmers advise.

Battery-Powered Vacs For UK Usage

If you don’t want to worry about cables and you want to move freely while working, battery-powered garden vacuums are the way to go. Generally, they are more powerful than the corded vacs, but still not as powerful as the petrol ones. As we mentioned, with these garden vacuums you will not have cable restrictions, however, their batteries do not last forever.

The battery-powered vacuums require a little bit of planning before you start working. It’s best if you recharge the battery before you start working or if you buy an additional battery so you could switch them without interrupting your work. We want to give you a little tip here. If you decide to buy a battery-powered vacuum, make sure you purchase one with a Li-ion battery as they offer the best performance. These batteries will allow you to use the vacuum for a longer period of time on a single charge. What is more, they won’t drain if you do not use them, which is a great advantage as well.

Greenworks Cordless Leaf Blower and Garden Vacuum

Even though they are more powerful than the corded ones, these vacs are also not the best option for commercial use due to the need for recharging the batteries. However, battery-powered vacs are one of the best garden vacuums for domestic use, no matter how big your garden is.

Best Petrol Garden Vacuums

Petrol garden vacuums are the most powerful ones. They have no cables or need for recharges, they are reliable and are the UK professional’s best friend.

Petrol models are usually powered by 2-stroke engines, which need a mix of petrol and oil in a certain ratio in order to function. There are also some models with 4-stroke engines, that need only petrol in the tank, but they are not as common and are much more expensive.

McCulloch GBV 322 VX Petrol Garden Vacuum

Petrol garden vacuums can handle demanding work easily and are the best option if you have a large space to work on. If you decide that the best garden vacuum for you would be a petrol one, be aware that they need careful maintenance. At the end of the season, you need to drain their fuel tank and let’s not forget that you’ll have an ongoing cost for fuel. Even though their maintenance is a bit costly, their performance definitely makes up for it. If you are looking for power and efficiency, you should consider buying a petrol garden vacuum.