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909 BL2400

909 BL2400

3.6 from 5 reviews

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    Grahamw29

    Grahamw29NORTH SYDNEY

    • 12 reviews
    • 25 likes

    A real time saver

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    Desoz

    DesozAU

    • 33 reviews
    • 27 likes

    Good while it lasted

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    Bought for $39, with an extra 10% off from Masters.

    Can't fault the item for the price. Plug it in and it sucks stuff up - basically an outdoor vacuum cleaner. It does what I bought it for.

    It's not flashy, build quality is slightly cheap but still well above what I expected for the money.

    **Edit** Rating changed to 2 stars... The motor died today after only 9 months of occasional use. Don't have the receipt now and anyway I guess with the demise of Masters I won't get any joy in store. Still only $39 won't lose sleep over it.

    natural

    naturalAU

    • 19 reviews
    • 14 likes

    Same product, different brand

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    I found the Ozito version of this blower vac at Bunnings for $39.00, although it doesn't have variable speeds. I am immensely satisfied with it and find it easy to use and totally effective for blowing or picking up all kinds of leaves. The best thing about it is being able to flick a lever to go from blowing to vacuuming, rather than having to swap nozzles/pipes as I had to with my old Black and Decker (which just died after 15 years of use). I hope the Ozito lasts even half as long but for just $39.00 with a 2 year replacement warranty, what does it matter?

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    frances

    francesnewcastle

    • 2 reviews

    leaf blower/vacuum

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    I purchased it for my 86 year old mother who was very impressed with it except that the hole at the end of the pipe is not wide enough to suck up leaves which was the whole reason she wanted one.

    tomcat12

    tomcat12NSW, 2619

    • 9 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Great item

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    I used this product twice and had no issues. Very simply to operate and quiet. Cannot fault it for the price, cheaper than my GMC product I procured 7 years ago, which I had to throw out, due the bag failing.

    Questions & Answers

    Majid S.

    Majid S.asked

    Any one knows where I can get the oil line for my 909 chainsaw, Anywhere I call have no idea,
    Can give me a phone number or the address if can in Vic please that is where I am.
    and know the price of it how much should be roughly, Regards

    1 answer
    Grahamw29
    Grahamw29

    You might try taking your chain saw to a repair shop and let them take a look at it. The part you need might be able to be replaced by on from another brand of machine. "Tool Cobbler" advertises they sell the 909 brand at http://www.toolcobber.com.au/manufacturers/power-tool-manufacturers/909-tools/ so perhaps they might have some suggestions as well.

    voyager

    voyagerasked

    i have an 909 blower vac electric where can i get a bag for it

    1 answer
    Grahamw29
    Grahamw29

    I am not aware the 909 electric blower vacs are manufactured any more. The company Kogan www.kogan.com/au/909/ is selling 909 products so you may be able to get some help there otherwise you may be able to find a similar bag from another brand of machine.

    Bushy tail

    Bushy tailasked

    where can I get a replacement collection bag? Don.

    4 answers
    natural
    natural

    I can only suggest asking Bunnings if they can order one in for you as a replacement Ozito part.

    Grahamw29
    Grahamw29

    You might like to try their website at www.909.com or contacting their office PO Box 413, Mooroolbark, Vic 3138, phone 1800 909 909, or email them to info@909.com

    Bushy tail
    Bushy tail

    Thank you, I actually bought a similar bag from China but have to remake the securing tie as the opening was too small. Cost $10.00. Neen.

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