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Mac Allister MBVP27 28cc Petrol Garden blower & vacuum
- Comes with Collection bag, shoulder strap & instruction manual
- Guarantee - 2 years
Features and benefits
- This petrol blower vac has a smart pull system to ensure an easy start
- Soft grip rear handle offers comfort
- Lock-on lever. Lock the throttle trigger for continuous use
- Built-in anti-vibration system for greater control and reduced fatigue during prolonged use
- 45 litre collection capacity
- 4:1 mulching facility
- Shoulder strap
|Fuel tank capacity||0.4L|
|Sound pressure level||106.6dB(A)|
|Vibration system||Anti-vibration system|
GardenerGlasgow - 7 month ago
Very good leaf blower. Pleased with purchase as bought to replace much more expensive one which broke after a few uses from a different store.
Used a few times
Trenmal70 - 8 month ago
I bought this to help with those jobs where a brush is too hard work. Never had a 2stoke petrol. So once I learned the mixture ratio. Set it up and away. Think it’s good. Can’t complain. Easy to hold. Use.
Down side is not loosing the tools to add remove the blower sucker attachment
Looks Good But
SteveS - 8 month ago
Looks good but bag is fragile and not covered by the guarantee. It tore! Hardly used and the machine failed. Wouldn’t start. Failed contacts cut off power to the spark plug. Don’t buy.
Useless don’t buy
anonnymous - 1 year ago
Works for 5 mins then Cuts out. Do yourself a favor and buy a stihl.
Worked well until it didn't
Nate1987 - 1 year ago
Easy to assemble and worked great first time. A few hours later I started it up again and was clearing debris off my patio with it. Everything seemed normal until suddenly I saw a blue piece of plastic fly across the garden. It was the handle for the pull cord to start the machine. The cord itself had disappeared inside the body of the machine so I took the side panel off with the allen key provided, only to discover that a piece of plastic inside the pull cord mechanism itself had sheared off and snapped. My suspicion is that this caused the cord to be yanked into the body of the machine, which in turn sent the handle flying across the garden.
Best case scenario is that mine just had a duff mechanism and others work perfectly, but just to be on the safe side I don't think I'll get another Mac Allister blower