The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping—fall is here! Power through this season’s cleanup without ever picking up a rake. The WORX TRIVAC’s 3-in-1 design lets you blow your yard, vacuum debris, and turn 18 bags of leaves into a single bag of mulch—all at the turnflip of a toggle switch. The TRIVAC is quiet and easily controlled with one hand so you don’t get as tired—just leave the work to our lighter weight yet powerful 12-amp motor. The adjustable blower is powerful enough to propel a large amount of leaves across your yard, but gentle enough to clear garden beds without disturbing your mulch. Just thumb the throttle to vary air speeds from hurricane-force 210 MPH (350 cfm output) winds to a gentle 75 MPH breeze, perfect for coaxing debris out from under heavy patio furniture without any lifting. When you’re ready to vacuum, there’s no stopping to change tubes, no tools, and no downtime. Simply rotate the toggle switch to instantly go from blowing to vacuuming. As you vacuum, the 2-step mulching system pushes debris through a high-velocity shredder blade, pulverizes it with a heavy-duty metal impeller, and deposits mulch in the included collection bag. Save money by using the mulch to put gardens to bed for the winter, compost it, or throw it away. Once winter arrives, use the TRIVAC’s blower mode to clear flurries from your driveway—the warm airflow even helps melt snow away. As it gets colder outside, spend less time and energy preparing your winter yard for a wonderful, healthy spring with the versatile TRIVAC.
- All-in-one design: blower, mulcher, and yard vacuum with flip-of-a-switch conversion
- Powerful 12-amp motor makes is the clean, smell-free, efficient alternative to gasoline-powered alternatives
- Delivers an airspeed of up to 210 mph, strong enough for the toughest wet leaves and debris
- Single-handed operation for blower and vacuum modes; angled nose, compact and light weight for comfortable handling
- Metal impeller provides a 10:1 mulch ratio, meaning 100 gallons of dry leaves fits into the 10-gallon collector bag