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WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red

WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red

WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
WORX WG430 13 Amp Foldable Bladeless Electric Leaf Mulcher, Red
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Features

  • [53 GALLONS/MIN] That’s right, the 13.0 Amp motor mulches up to 53 Gallons of leaves per minute
  • [RIGHT INTO THE BAG] Disposes of leaves and debris into a bag you can attach beneath (bag not included)
  • [11:1 MULCH RATIO] That’s 11 bags chopped down into 1, all due to the innovative blade-less Flex-a-Line mulching system
  • [STURDY YET PORTABLE] At 20 lbs., this tool is substantial and stays in place during use, but isn’t so heavy that you can’t move it around the yard easily
  • [DO IT YOURSELF. DO IT BETTER. DO IT WITH WORX.] WORX tools are engineered with cutting-edge technology, and above modern efficiency standards, so you can build a cost-effective tool collection that’s been designed to last
  • [EASY ASSEMBLY] Putting it together is a snap and requires no tools. And it’s designed that way so you can just as easily disassemble it for storage
  • [INCLUDES] 13 Amp Leaf Mulcher, Cutting Line, Bag Support Ring

Description

Turn 11 bags of leaves and debris into 1 with the 13 Amp Electric Leaf Mulcher. A whole afternoon’s worth of work can be chopped down into a manageable load, instead of dragging a dozen+ bags to the curb. This tool features a clean air motor cooling system, enabling it to run at peak efficiency and keep mulching up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Its 13” cutting diameter is supported by an easy to change string system, so you’ll always have sharp line. Easy to use, easy to maintain, easy to store, it’s lawn clearing made easy. The WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher is the all-in-one solution to an annual problem: piles and piles of leaves in the yard. It smartly disposes of heaps of leafy yard waste in a few simple steps, turning hundreds of gallons of rotting leaves into vitamin-rich, organic mulch that's a perfect fertilizer for your flowerbed or garden. The WORX Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system uses normal, heavy-duty grass trimmer line instead of dangerous metal blades to easily and safely mulch through leaves and debris. Showcasing a powerful 13 Amp motor that delivers 8,500 RPMs, the WORX Leaf Mulcher will reduce a mass of dead leaves and twigs to 1/11th of its original size. That means you won't be lugging 11 bags of whole leaves to the curb for distribution or disposal--instead, you'll only have to worry about a single bag. With the WORX Leaf Mulcher's 13-inch cut diameter and oversized mouth, you can mulch up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Acres of dried leaves can be collected and pulverized into manageable mounds of mulch in practically no time at all. Create Mulch and Compost It is estimated that almost 25% of the urban waste stream is made of yard waste and debris. In the fall, it can account for more than 60% of what flows into your local landfill. The WORX Leaf Mulcher actually transforms your yard's dead leaves and debris, which would normally end up in a landfill, into vitamin-rich mulch and compost that can be recycled into your garden or flowerbeds. Shredded leaf mass furnishes nutrients that assist in new plant growth during the growing season. Furthermore, mixing mulch into your garden and flower beds will aerate the soil and encourage new growth. Additionally, leaf mulch will increase water retention in the soil, reducing watering time and saving money. Compact, Versatile, and Easy to Use At less than 20 pounds, the WORX Leaf Mulcher features a compact design, in which the disassembled parts nest neatly together for convenient off-season storage on a shelf in your shed or garage. Setup takes only a few minutes, with absolutely no additional tools required! In addition, the mulcher features a dust-reducing clean-air motor cooling system. Air and mulched leaves are separated through an external cooling air intake and exhaust to significantly reduce dust generation. For further convenience, The WORX Leaf Mulcher's safe Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system features tool-less cutting line replacement and a universal bag holder that accepts both paper and plastic bags. To top it off, an oversized on/off switch allows for easy, hassle-free operation. The WORX heavy-duty Leaf Mulcher is the one machine that will end hours of misery once and for all and will make fall cleanup fast and easy! What's in the Box WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher, 24 replacement lines, and one universal bag holder. The new Worx leaf mulcher makes collecting leaves easier, quicker and leaves your yard tidier. By simply dropping your leaves into the large feed hole they are mulched to 1/11th their size and drop right into a bag you fit under the unit. Its unique design accepts both plastic and paper bags and delivers an exceptional high mulch efficiency rate of 53 gallons/minute. This is achieved with the safe flex-a-line bladeless mulching system, offering the added benefit of tool-less cutting line replacement. Assembly is also tool-less and coupled with its compact design allows for convenient, easy off-season storage in your garage or shed. The design incorporates a dust reducing clean air motor cooling system and an oversized on/off switch for ease of use. The 13 amp motor delivers 8500 rpm and accommodates a 13-Inch cut diameter all in a package that weighs only 20 lbs. The WG430 comes with 24 replacement lines and 1 universal bag holder.


Product Dimensions 22.6 x 22.6 x 13.2 inches


Item Weight 24.3 pounds


Manufacturer Positec/Worx - Lawn & Garden


ASIN B002MAPZYC


Item model number WG430


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,532 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,263 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #3 in Wood Chippers, Shredders, & Mulchers #10 in Reusable Yard Waste Bags #37 in Leaf Blowers & Vacuums


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • [53 GALLONS/MIN] That’s right, the 13.0 Amp motor mulches up to 53 Gallons of leaves per minute
  • [RIGHT INTO THE BAG] Disposes of leaves and debris into a bag you can attach beneath (bag not included)
  • [11:1 MULCH RATIO] That’s 11 bags chopped down into 1, all due to the innovative blade-less Flex-a-Line mulching system
  • [STURDY YET PORTABLE] At 20 lbs., this tool is substantial and stays in place during use, but isn’t so heavy that you can’t move it around the yard easily
  • [DO IT YOURSELF. DO IT BETTER. DO IT WITH WORX.] WORX tools are engineered with cutting-edge technology, and above modern efficiency standards, so you can build a cost-effective tool collection that’s been designed to last
  • [EASY ASSEMBLY] Putting it together is a snap and requires no tools. And it’s designed that way so you can just as easily disassemble it for storage
  • [INCLUDES] 13 Amp Leaf Mulcher, Cutting Line, Bag Support Ring

Description

Turn 11 bags of leaves and debris into 1 with the 13 Amp Electric Leaf Mulcher. A whole afternoon’s worth of work can be chopped down into a manageable load, instead of dragging a dozen+ bags to the curb. This tool features a clean air motor cooling system, enabling it to run at peak efficiency and keep mulching up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Its 13” cutting diameter is supported by an easy to change string system, so you’ll always have sharp line. Easy to use, easy to maintain, easy to store, it’s lawn clearing made easy. The WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher is the all-in-one solution to an annual problem: piles and piles of leaves in the yard. It smartly disposes of heaps of leafy yard waste in a few simple steps, turning hundreds of gallons of rotting leaves into vitamin-rich, organic mulch that's a perfect fertilizer for your flowerbed or garden. The WORX Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system uses normal, heavy-duty grass trimmer line instead of dangerous metal blades to easily and safely mulch through leaves and debris. Showcasing a powerful 13 Amp motor that delivers 8,500 RPMs, the WORX Leaf Mulcher will reduce a mass of dead leaves and twigs to 1/11th of its original size. That means you won't be lugging 11 bags of whole leaves to the curb for distribution or disposal--instead, you'll only have to worry about a single bag. With the WORX Leaf Mulcher's 13-inch cut diameter and oversized mouth, you can mulch up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Acres of dried leaves can be collected and pulverized into manageable mounds of mulch in practically no time at all. Create Mulch and Compost It is estimated that almost 25% of the urban waste stream is made of yard waste and debris. In the fall, it can account for more than 60% of what flows into your local landfill. The WORX Leaf Mulcher actually transforms your yard's dead leaves and debris, which would normally end up in a landfill, into vitamin-rich mulch and compost that can be recycled into your garden or flowerbeds. Shredded leaf mass furnishes nutrients that assist in new plant growth during the growing season. Furthermore, mixing mulch into your garden and flower beds will aerate the soil and encourage new growth. Additionally, leaf mulch will increase water retention in the soil, reducing watering time and saving money. Compact, Versatile, and Easy to Use At less than 20 pounds, the WORX Leaf Mulcher features a compact design, in which the disassembled parts nest neatly together for convenient off-season storage on a shelf in your shed or garage. Setup takes only a few minutes, with absolutely no additional tools required! In addition, the mulcher features a dust-reducing clean-air motor cooling system. Air and mulched leaves are separated through an external cooling air intake and exhaust to significantly reduce dust generation. For further convenience, The WORX Leaf Mulcher's safe Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system features tool-less cutting line replacement and a universal bag holder that accepts both paper and plastic bags. To top it off, an oversized on/off switch allows for easy, hassle-free operation. The WORX heavy-duty Leaf Mulcher is the one machine that will end hours of misery once and for all and will make fall cleanup fast and easy! What's in the Box WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher, 24 replacement lines, and one universal bag holder. The new Worx leaf mulcher makes collecting leaves easier, quicker and leaves your yard tidier. By simply dropping your leaves into the large feed hole they are mulched to 1/11th their size and drop right into a bag you fit under the unit. Its unique design accepts both plastic and paper bags and delivers an exceptional high mulch efficiency rate of 53 gallons/minute. This is achieved with the safe flex-a-line bladeless mulching system, offering the added benefit of tool-less cutting line replacement. Assembly is also tool-less and coupled with its compact design allows for convenient, easy off-season storage in your garage or shed. The design incorporates a dust reducing clean air motor cooling system and an oversized on/off switch for ease of use. The 13 amp motor delivers 8500 rpm and accommodates a 13-Inch cut diameter all in a package that weighs only 20 lbs. The WG430 comes with 24 replacement lines and 1 universal bag holder.


Product Dimensions 22.6 x 22.6 x 13.2 inches


Item Weight 24.3 pounds


Manufacturer Positec/Worx - Lawn & Garden


ASIN B002MAPZYC


Item model number WG430


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,532 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,263 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #3 in Wood Chippers, Shredders, & Mulchers #10 in Reusable Yard Waste Bags #37 in Leaf Blowers & Vacuums


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • [53 GALLONS/MIN] That’s right, the 13.0 Amp motor mulches up to 53 Gallons of leaves per minute
  • [RIGHT INTO THE BAG] Disposes of leaves and debris into a bag you can attach beneath (bag not included)
  • [11:1 MULCH RATIO] That’s 11 bags chopped down into 1, all due to the innovative blade-less Flex-a-Line mulching system
  • [STURDY YET PORTABLE] At 20 lbs., this tool is substantial and stays in place during use, but isn’t so heavy that you can’t move it around the yard easily
  • [DO IT YOURSELF. DO IT BETTER. DO IT WITH WORX.] WORX tools are engineered with cutting-edge technology, and above modern efficiency standards, so you can build a cost-effective tool collection that’s been designed to last
  • [EASY ASSEMBLY] Putting it together is a snap and requires no tools. And it’s designed that way so you can just as easily disassemble it for storage
  • [INCLUDES] 13 Amp Leaf Mulcher, Cutting Line, Bag Support Ring

Description

Turn 11 bags of leaves and debris into 1 with the 13 Amp Electric Leaf Mulcher. A whole afternoon’s worth of work can be chopped down into a manageable load, instead of dragging a dozen+ bags to the curb. This tool features a clean air motor cooling system, enabling it to run at peak efficiency and keep mulching up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Its 13” cutting diameter is supported by an easy to change string system, so you’ll always have sharp line. Easy to use, easy to maintain, easy to store, it’s lawn clearing made easy. The WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher is the all-in-one solution to an annual problem: piles and piles of leaves in the yard. It smartly disposes of heaps of leafy yard waste in a few simple steps, turning hundreds of gallons of rotting leaves into vitamin-rich, organic mulch that's a perfect fertilizer for your flowerbed or garden. The WORX Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system uses normal, heavy-duty grass trimmer line instead of dangerous metal blades to easily and safely mulch through leaves and debris. Showcasing a powerful 13 Amp motor that delivers 8,500 RPMs, the WORX Leaf Mulcher will reduce a mass of dead leaves and twigs to 1/11th of its original size. That means you won't be lugging 11 bags of whole leaves to the curb for distribution or disposal--instead, you'll only have to worry about a single bag. With the WORX Leaf Mulcher's 13-inch cut diameter and oversized mouth, you can mulch up to 53 gallons of leaves per minute. Acres of dried leaves can be collected and pulverized into manageable mounds of mulch in practically no time at all. Create Mulch and Compost It is estimated that almost 25% of the urban waste stream is made of yard waste and debris. In the fall, it can account for more than 60% of what flows into your local landfill. The WORX Leaf Mulcher actually transforms your yard's dead leaves and debris, which would normally end up in a landfill, into vitamin-rich mulch and compost that can be recycled into your garden or flowerbeds. Shredded leaf mass furnishes nutrients that assist in new plant growth during the growing season. Furthermore, mixing mulch into your garden and flower beds will aerate the soil and encourage new growth. Additionally, leaf mulch will increase water retention in the soil, reducing watering time and saving money. Compact, Versatile, and Easy to Use At less than 20 pounds, the WORX Leaf Mulcher features a compact design, in which the disassembled parts nest neatly together for convenient off-season storage on a shelf in your shed or garage. Setup takes only a few minutes, with absolutely no additional tools required! In addition, the mulcher features a dust-reducing clean-air motor cooling system. Air and mulched leaves are separated through an external cooling air intake and exhaust to significantly reduce dust generation. For further convenience, The WORX Leaf Mulcher's safe Flex-a-Line bladeless mulching system features tool-less cutting line replacement and a universal bag holder that accepts both paper and plastic bags. To top it off, an oversized on/off switch allows for easy, hassle-free operation. The WORX heavy-duty Leaf Mulcher is the one machine that will end hours of misery once and for all and will make fall cleanup fast and easy! What's in the Box WORX WG430 Leaf Mulcher, 24 replacement lines, and one universal bag holder. The new Worx leaf mulcher makes collecting leaves easier, quicker and leaves your yard tidier. By simply dropping your leaves into the large feed hole they are mulched to 1/11th their size and drop right into a bag you fit under the unit. Its unique design accepts both plastic and paper bags and delivers an exceptional high mulch efficiency rate of 53 gallons/minute. This is achieved with the safe flex-a-line bladeless mulching system, offering the added benefit of tool-less cutting line replacement. Assembly is also tool-less and coupled with its compact design allows for convenient, easy off-season storage in your garage or shed. The design incorporates a dust reducing clean air motor cooling system and an oversized on/off switch for ease of use. The 13 amp motor delivers 8500 rpm and accommodates a 13-Inch cut diameter all in a package that weighs only 20 lbs. The WG430 comes with 24 replacement lines and 1 universal bag holder.


Product Dimensions 22.6 x 22.6 x 13.2 inches


Item Weight 24.3 pounds


Manufacturer Positec/Worx - Lawn & Garden


ASIN B002MAPZYC


Item model number WG430


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,532 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #7,263 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #3 in Wood Chippers, Shredders, & Mulchers #10 in Reusable Yard Waste Bags #37 in Leaf Blowers & Vacuums


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought the WORX leaf mulcher to reduce the volume of dry leaves and weeds for disposal. The supplied line is small (and short) and is quickly consumed. I used a #41 drill bit (0.096 inch) to ream the string holes from each side by hand to allow using 0.095 inch trimmer string in the mulcher. You can find this drill bit size at your local hardware store. The 0.095 inch trimmer string is a little more stout, used in professional trimmers, and can be bought in bulk rolls for a reasonable cost. The WORX does produce a bit of a tornado of leaves and dust. I use a plastic bag to collect from the bottom, so dust does not escape there, and I use a 5 gallon bucket to load the mulcher, holding the bucket down in the top, so leaves and dust are not thrown out at me. You can tell when the mulcher is done processing the load, and then lift the bucket. In spite of this measure, you will get dusted with fine leaf mulch. Without the measure, you might as well be rolling in it. The volume reduction is substantial, reducing the number of trips to dispose of the resulting mulch.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;The trimmer string could be heavier, but that problem is easily solved.;;Eugene D. Brooks III;;;It really shreds! Shredded about 7 homedepot bags of leaves and grass down to less than 1. This thing has plenty of power to cut through wet grass and leaves. Mulched almost all of my flower beds with the finely shredded product. Nice to never have to buy homedepot bags and lug them to the street again. I wish I discovered this product earlier. I think the ratio they claim is accuarate. Looking forward to use it again next weekend.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Shreds!;;Jon;;;I am a huge believer in creating compost and living in Oregon with an abundance of trees and leaves has led me to try a number of different products that mulch. I have purchased many combination blower-mulchers as well as stand-alone leaf eater (leaf shredder) electricity-driven products. I would like to share with you my review of the WORKX WG430 & compare it to the Flowtron LE-900 and to the McCulloch 14-AMP Electric Chipper/Shredder- MCS2001. Pros: All 3 pieces of equipment shred leaves sufficient to allow for mulching and ultimately composting. The WORKX is easily put together and this is so simple that the instructions are not needed. The assembled unit is stable despite some other reviews that it may not be so. The assembled unit is easily disassembled for better cleaning, for storage and to facilitate putting in new leaf-eater line. The Flowtron assembly is a little more involved but easily done. The assembled unit does not feel as sturdy as the WORKX but it is durable and the first Flowtron unit that I bought in 2007 lasted two years; it was the electric motor that died, and not any other part of the unit. I still have the McCulloch chipper-shredder. It has lasted over 5 years and shows no signs of impending demise. Therefore, I do not think that the construction, stability or assembly/disassembly of these units plays a major role in my choice of what the best unit is. Cons: The WORKX and Flowtron both generate a major amount of dust and the Flowtron is especially noisy. Definitely advise use of a face mask or some form of protection for the eyes and ideally the lungs (simple mask) when working with dry leaves. Ear protection is important as well. All units can emit (spit out) pieces of debris that could result in trauma to your eyes or any exposed soft tissue so safety should be a key issue when running these machines. Of the 3 units, the Flowtron is most offensive to the ears. Of the 3 units, the McCulloch emits the least amount of dust with the Flowtron and WORKX tied for a very distant second. Inability to handle even small twigs is a major downside for the Flowtron and WORKX since both use filament line to act as leaf eaters. This is the same kind of line used in weed wackers. If you intentionally or inadvertently toss in twigs or even small branches into either machine the filament length is whittled down quite quickly and you will be inserting new line often. This is not a super simple task for either Flowtron or WORKX. On the contrary, the McCulloch handles branches and of course twigs, pine cones, etc very well. No problem there. The major downside of the McCulloch is the need to hand feed the leaves, twigs, or anything else that you are chipping or shredding. The Flowtron and WORKX allows you to grab large handfuls of leaves and quickly toss them into the unit. Not so with the McCulloch. If the McCulloch had this ability there would be no issue as to which machine to select. The mulched product is the finest with the McCulloch, followed by the Flowtron with the WORKX the least impressive. The reason for this is that the WORKX has no way to adjust the opening for the shredded leaves; it is one size. The Flowtron has a sliding device that allows you to select a fine or coarse adjustment. Both the Flowtron and WORKX talk about the ability to shred moist leaves but I would tell you that although this is possible you end up after 5 minutes stopping the machine and scraping off a large amount of mushed leaf product and the trimmer line rapidly is eaten up as well. Same issue with the McCulloch but here you have not a problem with trimmer line but caking up of this mushy mulch on the inner walls of the machine that forces you to disassemble the McCulloch. The disassembly of the McCulloch is a time-consuming and not at all enjoyable procedure and if McCulloch could devise a quick release set up like the WORKX, this would be wonderful (assuming it to be safe). I do not like that the WORKX has a two-pronged plug. I feel better with a 3-prong which is seen with the Flowtron and McCulloch. Lastly, with the McCulloch you have 3 major working blades. These can be sharpened by the homeowner or new ones purchased online. These are not cheap but I have found it pretty easy to sharpen them myself so I do not consider this a major downside for this machine. I just purchased another Flowtron after trying the WORKX and today have returned the WORKX for the reasons listed. I did a side-by-side comparison of the quality of the shredding and it was clear that WORKX allowed to many fully intact leaves to pass through without shredding. Final conclusions: of the two leaf eaters, the Flowtron is clearly better. Of all three units, I would have to say that the McCulloch's ability to chip leaves, twigs, pine cones, seeds from cedars makes it my favorite. It just does not handle leaves as fast as the Flowtron. I have no connection in any way with any of these companies. Anyone that uses one or more of these products will find this review to be complete, clear and right on target. Lastly, I purchased and returned the WORKX via Amazon and purchased the FLowtron via Amazon on two separate occasions. I bought the McCulloch locally. I am very pleased with the delivery and return policy of Amazon.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2009;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;WORKX versus Flowtron vs McCulloch Chipper/Shredder;;Kate;;;The shredder actually works fairly well. It's simple - not offering many options - but shreds well. We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own. The borrowed unit stopped working, I opened it up and found the motor brushes had worn out; an expected occurrence with any extensively used motor. Otherwise, the unit was like new. Went to Worx website, chatted with customer service, and was informed that they do not supply repair parts for anything they make. So this otherwise functioning unit becomes garbage because of a known consumable part. This is not the type of company I will deal with. I would have returned the new unit but it has been used already. PS: The brushes are available from Eurton Electric, part number 2220889. A bit wide; easily adjustable with fine sandpaper on a hard, flat surface.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2015;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own;;DanangDoc

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Eugene D. Brooks III - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
The trimmer string could be heavier, but that problem is easily solved.
I bought the WORX leaf mulcher to reduce the volume of dry leaves and weeds for disposal. The supplied line is small (and short) and is quickly consumed. I used a #41 drill bit (0.096 inch) to ream the string holes from each side by hand to allow using 0.095 inch trimmer string in the mulcher. You can find this drill bit size at your local hardware store. The 0.095 inch trimmer string is a little more stout, used in professional trimmers, and can be bought in bulk rolls for a reasonable cost. The WORX does produce a bit of a tornado of leaves and dust. I use a plastic bag to collect from the bottom, so dust does not escape there, and I use a 5 gallon bucket to load the mulcher, holding the bucket down in the top, so leaves and dust are not thrown out at me. You can tell when the mulcher is done processing the load, and then lift the bucket. In spite of this measure, you will get dusted with fine leaf mulch. Without the measure, you might as well be rolling in it. The volume reduction is substantial, reducing the number of trips to dispose of the resulting mulch.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2017
Shreds!
It really shreds! Shredded about 7 homedepot bags of leaves and grass down to less than 1. This thing has plenty of power to cut through wet grass and leaves. Mulched almost all of my flower beds with the finely shredded product. Nice to never have to buy homedepot bags and lug them to the street again. I wish I discovered this product earlier. I think the ratio they claim is accuarate. Looking forward to use it again next weekend.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kate - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2009
WORKX versus Flowtron vs McCulloch Chipper/Shredder
I am a huge believer in creating compost and living in Oregon with an abundance of trees and leaves has led me to try a number of different products that mulch. I have purchased many combination blower-mulchers as well as stand-alone leaf eater (leaf shredder) electricity-driven products. I would like to share with you my review of the WORKX WG430 & compare it to the Flowtron LE-900 and to the McCulloch 14-AMP Electric Chipper/Shredder- MCS2001. Pros: All 3 pieces of equipment shred leaves sufficient to allow for mulching and ultimately composting. The WORKX is easily put together and this is so simple that the instructions are not needed. The assembled unit is stable despite some other reviews that it may not be so. The assembled unit is easily disassembled for better cleaning, for storage and to facilitate putting in new leaf-eater line. The Flowtron assembly is a little more involved but easily done. The assembled unit does not feel as sturdy as the WORKX but it is durable and the first Flowtron unit that I bought in 2007 lasted two years; it was the electric motor that died, and not any other part of the unit. I still have the McCulloch chipper-shredder. It has lasted over 5 years and shows no signs of impending demise. Therefore, I do not think that the construction, stability or assembly/disassembly of these units plays a major role in my choice of what the best unit is. Cons: The WORKX and Flowtron both generate a major amount of dust and the Flowtron is especially noisy. Definitely advise use of a face mask or some form of protection for the eyes and ideally the lungs (simple mask) when working with dry leaves. Ear protection is important as well. All units can emit (spit out) pieces of debris that could result in trauma to your eyes or any exposed soft tissue so safety should be a key issue when running these machines. Of the 3 units, the Flowtron is most offensive to the ears. Of the 3 units, the McCulloch emits the least amount of dust with the Flowtron and WORKX tied for a very distant second. Inability to handle even small twigs is a major downside for the Flowtron and WORKX since both use filament line to act as leaf eaters. This is the same kind of line used in weed wackers. If you intentionally or inadvertently toss in twigs or even small branches into either machine the filament length is whittled down quite quickly and you will be inserting new line often. This is not a super simple task for either Flowtron or WORKX. On the contrary, the McCulloch handles branches and of course twigs, pine cones, etc very well. No problem there. The major downside of the McCulloch is the need to hand feed the leaves, twigs, or anything else that you are chipping or shredding. The Flowtron and WORKX allows you to grab large handfuls of leaves and quickly toss them into the unit. Not so with the McCulloch. If the McCulloch had this ability there would be no issue as to which machine to select. The mulched product is the finest with the McCulloch, followed by the Flowtron with the WORKX the least impressive. The reason for this is that the WORKX has no way to adjust the opening for the shredded leaves; it is one size. The Flowtron has a sliding device that allows you to select a fine or coarse adjustment. Both the Flowtron and WORKX talk about the ability to shred moist leaves but I would tell you that although this is possible you end up after 5 minutes stopping the machine and scraping off a large amount of mushed leaf product and the trimmer line rapidly is eaten up as well. Same issue with the McCulloch but here you have not a problem with trimmer line but caking up of this mushy mulch on the inner walls of the machine that forces you to disassemble the McCulloch. The disassembly of the McCulloch is a time-consuming and not at all enjoyable procedure and if McCulloch could devise a quick release set up like the WORKX, this would be wonderful (assuming it to be safe). I do not like that the WORKX has a two-pronged plug. I feel better with a 3-prong which is seen with the Flowtron and McCulloch. Lastly, with the McCulloch you have 3 major working blades. These can be sharpened by the homeowner or new ones purchased online. These are not cheap but I have found it pretty easy to sharpen them myself so I do not consider this a major downside for this machine. I just purchased another Flowtron after trying the WORKX and today have returned the WORKX for the reasons listed. I did a side-by-side comparison of the quality of the shredding and it was clear that WORKX allowed to many fully intact leaves to pass through without shredding. Final conclusions: of the two leaf eaters, the Flowtron is clearly better. Of all three units, I would have to say that the McCulloch's ability to chip leaves, twigs, pine cones, seeds from cedars makes it my favorite. It just does not handle leaves as fast as the Flowtron. I have no connection in any way with any of these companies. Anyone that uses one or more of these products will find this review to be complete, clear and right on target. Lastly, I purchased and returned the WORKX via Amazon and purchased the FLowtron via Amazon on two separate occasions. I bought the McCulloch locally. I am very pleased with the delivery and return policy of Amazon.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DanangDoc - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2015
We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own
The shredder actually works fairly well. It's simple - not offering many options - but shreds well. We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own. The borrowed unit stopped working, I opened it up and found the motor brushes had worn out; an expected occurrence with any extensively used motor. Otherwise, the unit was like new. Went to Worx website, chatted with customer service, and was informed that they do not supply repair parts for anything they make. So this otherwise functioning unit becomes garbage because of a known consumable part. This is not the type of company I will deal with. I would have returned the new unit but it has been used already. PS: The brushes are available from Eurton Electric, part number 2220889. A bit wide; easily adjustable with fine sandpaper on a hard, flat surface.

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4.0 out of 5 stars
By Eugene D. Brooks III - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
The trimmer string could be heavier, but that problem is easily solved.
I bought the WORX leaf mulcher to reduce the volume of dry leaves and weeds for disposal. The supplied line is small (and short) and is quickly consumed. I used a #41 drill bit (0.096 inch) to ream the string holes from each side by hand to allow using 0.095 inch trimmer string in the mulcher. You can find this drill bit size at your local hardware store. The 0.095 inch trimmer string is a little more stout, used in professional trimmers, and can be bought in bulk rolls for a reasonable cost. The WORX does produce a bit of a tornado of leaves and dust. I use a plastic bag to collect from the bottom, so dust does not escape there, and I use a 5 gallon bucket to load the mulcher, holding the bucket down in the top, so leaves and dust are not thrown out at me. You can tell when the mulcher is done processing the load, and then lift the bucket. In spite of this measure, you will get dusted with fine leaf mulch. Without the measure, you might as well be rolling in it. The volume reduction is substantial, reducing the number of trips to dispose of the resulting mulch.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2017
Shreds!
It really shreds! Shredded about 7 homedepot bags of leaves and grass down to less than 1. This thing has plenty of power to cut through wet grass and leaves. Mulched almost all of my flower beds with the finely shredded product. Nice to never have to buy homedepot bags and lug them to the street again. I wish I discovered this product earlier. I think the ratio they claim is accuarate. Looking forward to use it again next weekend.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kate - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2009
WORKX versus Flowtron vs McCulloch Chipper/Shredder
I am a huge believer in creating compost and living in Oregon with an abundance of trees and leaves has led me to try a number of different products that mulch. I have purchased many combination blower-mulchers as well as stand-alone leaf eater (leaf shredder) electricity-driven products. I would like to share with you my review of the WORKX WG430 & compare it to the Flowtron LE-900 and to the McCulloch 14-AMP Electric Chipper/Shredder- MCS2001. Pros: All 3 pieces of equipment shred leaves sufficient to allow for mulching and ultimately composting. The WORKX is easily put together and this is so simple that the instructions are not needed. The assembled unit is stable despite some other reviews that it may not be so. The assembled unit is easily disassembled for better cleaning, for storage and to facilitate putting in new leaf-eater line. The Flowtron assembly is a little more involved but easily done. The assembled unit does not feel as sturdy as the WORKX but it is durable and the first Flowtron unit that I bought in 2007 lasted two years; it was the electric motor that died, and not any other part of the unit. I still have the McCulloch chipper-shredder. It has lasted over 5 years and shows no signs of impending demise. Therefore, I do not think that the construction, stability or assembly/disassembly of these units plays a major role in my choice of what the best unit is. Cons: The WORKX and Flowtron both generate a major amount of dust and the Flowtron is especially noisy. Definitely advise use of a face mask or some form of protection for the eyes and ideally the lungs (simple mask) when working with dry leaves. Ear protection is important as well. All units can emit (spit out) pieces of debris that could result in trauma to your eyes or any exposed soft tissue so safety should be a key issue when running these machines. Of the 3 units, the Flowtron is most offensive to the ears. Of the 3 units, the McCulloch emits the least amount of dust with the Flowtron and WORKX tied for a very distant second. Inability to handle even small twigs is a major downside for the Flowtron and WORKX since both use filament line to act as leaf eaters. This is the same kind of line used in weed wackers. If you intentionally or inadvertently toss in twigs or even small branches into either machine the filament length is whittled down quite quickly and you will be inserting new line often. This is not a super simple task for either Flowtron or WORKX. On the contrary, the McCulloch handles branches and of course twigs, pine cones, etc very well. No problem there. The major downside of the McCulloch is the need to hand feed the leaves, twigs, or anything else that you are chipping or shredding. The Flowtron and WORKX allows you to grab large handfuls of leaves and quickly toss them into the unit. Not so with the McCulloch. If the McCulloch had this ability there would be no issue as to which machine to select. The mulched product is the finest with the McCulloch, followed by the Flowtron with the WORKX the least impressive. The reason for this is that the WORKX has no way to adjust the opening for the shredded leaves; it is one size. The Flowtron has a sliding device that allows you to select a fine or coarse adjustment. Both the Flowtron and WORKX talk about the ability to shred moist leaves but I would tell you that although this is possible you end up after 5 minutes stopping the machine and scraping off a large amount of mushed leaf product and the trimmer line rapidly is eaten up as well. Same issue with the McCulloch but here you have not a problem with trimmer line but caking up of this mushy mulch on the inner walls of the machine that forces you to disassemble the McCulloch. The disassembly of the McCulloch is a time-consuming and not at all enjoyable procedure and if McCulloch could devise a quick release set up like the WORKX, this would be wonderful (assuming it to be safe). I do not like that the WORKX has a two-pronged plug. I feel better with a 3-prong which is seen with the Flowtron and McCulloch. Lastly, with the McCulloch you have 3 major working blades. These can be sharpened by the homeowner or new ones purchased online. These are not cheap but I have found it pretty easy to sharpen them myself so I do not consider this a major downside for this machine. I just purchased another Flowtron after trying the WORKX and today have returned the WORKX for the reasons listed. I did a side-by-side comparison of the quality of the shredding and it was clear that WORKX allowed to many fully intact leaves to pass through without shredding. Final conclusions: of the two leaf eaters, the Flowtron is clearly better. Of all three units, I would have to say that the McCulloch's ability to chip leaves, twigs, pine cones, seeds from cedars makes it my favorite. It just does not handle leaves as fast as the Flowtron. I have no connection in any way with any of these companies. Anyone that uses one or more of these products will find this review to be complete, clear and right on target. Lastly, I purchased and returned the WORKX via Amazon and purchased the FLowtron via Amazon on two separate occasions. I bought the McCulloch locally. I am very pleased with the delivery and return policy of Amazon.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DanangDoc - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2015
We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own
The shredder actually works fairly well. It's simple - not offering many options - but shreds well. We have been using a neighbors unit and we liked it so well we bought our own. The borrowed unit stopped working, I opened it up and found the motor brushes had worn out; an expected occurrence with any extensively used motor. Otherwise, the unit was like new. Went to Worx website, chatted with customer service, and was informed that they do not supply repair parts for anything they make. So this otherwise functioning unit becomes garbage because of a known consumable part. This is not the type of company I will deal with. I would have returned the new unit but it has been used already. PS: The brushes are available from Eurton Electric, part number 2220889. A bit wide; easily adjustable with fine sandpaper on a hard, flat surface.