Black & Decker GW2500 review
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- Leaf blower vacuum
- Corded electric
You may be tempted by the relatively affordable Black & Decker GW2500 leaf blower and vacuum. This leaf blower is able to both shoo leaves out of your garden and then vacuum up all the collected debris and mulch it, which hopefully means a quick, easy tidy. Read our review of the Black & Decker GW2500 leaf blower to find out how it managed in our rigorous tests.
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