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Product 1: Brushless motor provides your tool with longer run-time, more torque and more power.Â This leads to less wear and tear, extending the life-time of the tool
Product 1: Variable speed offers up to 185 mph to make clean up of major debris easy and efficient.No-Load Speed (RPM). Ideal For – 1/4 Acre
Product 1: Blower/Vac capability provides a versatile use to get your yard work done without the need for multiple tools
Product 1: Powerful enough to handle wet and dry leaves
Product 2: G-MAX 40V Li-Ion Battery System powers multiple tools for complete yard system–battery sold separately
Product 2: Innovative 180 degree rotating rear handle to provide easy trimming at multiple angles with wrap around auxiliary handle for user comfort
Product 2: 24-Inch dual action steel blade for optimal cutting performance and reduced vibration
Product 2: 3/4-Inch cutting capacity to help maintain thick bushes and hedges. Speed (SPM): 2400
Style:4.0Ah Battery and Charger Included
Pattern Name:Tool + Hedge Trimmer
Greenworks 40V 185 MPH Variable Speed Cordless Leaf Blower/Vacuum, 4.0Ah Battery and Charger Included 24322
The DigiPro Brushless G-MAX Series provides the gas comparable power without the gas. That means no more trips to the gas stations, winterizing of tools or hazardous fumes while you work. Currently featuring the DigiPro 16″ Chainsaw, DigiPro 185MPH Blower/Vac and now the 14″ String Trimmer, you don’t have to sacrifice power to go cordless. The DigiPro Blower/Vac features versatile features and a zero emission solution for cleaning and clearing debris. The innovative brushless motor technology provides up to 80% longer life and up to 30% more torque, it also creates less noise and lower vibration for user comfort. The variable speed dial allows you to regulate your wind speed for the best directional control and combined with a turbo button to offer up to 185 mph wind speed. The 340 CFM, light weight, ergonomic design and vacuum capability makes your clean up chore a breeze–simply snap in the battery, press a button and you are ready to go. No more hard to manage pull cords, mixing oil and gas, and heavy tools, start enjoying the your weekend in your yard without the fumes and hassle with the DigiPro Blower/Vac. Available with a G-MAX 40V 4ah Li-Ion Battery or Tool Only, the G-MAX System is compatible with 14 different lawn tools to offer a complete yard care solution for the serious lawn care home owner. When looking for the right gas comparable lawn tools, GreenWorks G-MAX System is the right solution to turn to with the power and performance, longer run time and versatility to get the job done.
GreenWorks DigiPro Brushless Series delivers a powerful solution to rival gas powered tools. Easy to use, powerful brushless motor and lower operating cost, this DigiPro Variable Speed G-MAX Blower/Vac offers versatile features and a zero emissions solution for cleaning and clearing debris. The innovative brushless motor technology provides up to 80% longer life, less noise and lower vibration for user comfort. With up to 185 mph wind speed, 340 CFM, light weight, ergonomic design and vacuum capability, this tool gets the job done without the hassle and mess of gas powered blowers–simply snap in the battery and start working. Compatible with our GreenWorks G-MAX system, you can work on clearing your yard and collecting up to 4.5 bags of debris on a single charge using the G-MAX 40V 4.0 ah battery sold separately. Only compatible with GreenWorks G-MAX 40V Batteries Models 29462, 29472 and Charger Model 29482. On the bottom of the blower there is a gate / cover that protects the user from getting into the spinning impeller of the blower. In order to use the blower as a Vac, this gate is opened and a collection tube is inserted to allow for leaf pick. There is a safety switch on this gate and if the gate becomes unlatched during use as a blower, it will not allow the blower to run. Please ask the customer to check to assure that the gate is securely latched and try the battery again.
Greenworks 24-Inch 40V Cordless Hedge Trimmer with Rotating Handle, Battery Not Included 22332
Green Works G-MAX 40V 24-inch Cordless Rotating Hedge Trimmer offers a greater cut capacity of 2/3-inch, 24-inch dual action steel blade and an innovative 180 degree rotating rear handle to provide comfort trimming at all angles. Tool Only Model. Compatible with G-MAX Batteries 29462 and 29472 only.
Style:4.0Ah Battery and Charger Included
Pattern Name:Tool + Hedge Trimmer
4.2 out of 5 stars
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Seems to work OK – When it works…
Got it over a month ago from Amazon. Ran it as a blower to clean out my garage. Ran Fine. Then it didn’t…
Tried to run it again this morning (second run) as a Vacuum and it would not start. It started beeping (but NOT running) and wouldn’t stop until I hit the off button. Tried 3 batteries – no change. Tried reverting back to the blower attachments no luck. Called Greenworks. They said I had tried everything reasonable and that I would have to take it to a service center. I told them I didn’t want some knucklehead taking a brand new unit apart in the hopes he could find something. They would not provide a new replacement so I figured I would try and fix it myself. (Better than some joker at a lawn parts store…)
Anyway, I examined it carefully. Found interlocks on the suction side (bottom) and on the discharge (front). If I opened the bottom suction screen the unit wouldn’t do anything at all. Close the suction screen up and it started beeping. I figured this meant that the bottom interlock was communicating properly with the unit. I then tried running the blower with nothing attached to the discharge (nozzle or bag). Since both these conditions resulted in the exact same beep error, I figured the nozzle/discharge interlock must not be effectively detecting the nozzle (or bag) attachment and that the beep code was trying to indicate “no nozzle/bag found”. Too bad the company couldn’t/wouldn’t tell me exactly what the beep code meant…
The nozzle/discharge interlock can be seen when looking directly into the discharge opening. It is a small metal plug at the top edge of the discharge opening. It is spring loaded and will be pushed back when the nozzle of bag is attached. I very carefully used a small screwdriver to push the spring loaded interlock back into the housing while trying to run the unit (while NOT looking into the discharge). Presto – the unit starts running. I exercised the switch back and forth a couple times (with the unit off) in the hopes this might help clear any debris/corrosion/etc from the switch and now it seems to be working fine. I didn’t even have to take the unit apart!
Hope this helps somebody if there unit is beeping. It would be nice if the company could simply suggest tweaking the switch a couple of times before they tell you to take down to some repair shop…
This unit is more powerful than expected and much easier to use than my old gas powered one due to lighter weight.
I’m comparing this item with a TroyBilt 205 MPH 2 cycle gas powered blower/vac purchased in 2004. After 14 seasons, the TroyBilt gave up the ghost while I was using it to blow debris off our driveway. What to do? Recently I began converting from gas power tools to electric/rechargeable. About 3 years ago, bought a Greenworks electric chain saw with 2 amp hour battery. It was sufficient for my needs. I then bought a Greenworks light duty line trimmer sans battery and used the battery from the chain saw. That also was light weight and sufficiently powerful to do light trimming. We have a .81 acre lot so most of the lawn cutting is done with a garden tractor. Still, I need a push mower to mow around beds and in tight spots. My gas powered mower died. I ended up with an EGO self propelled mower with 7.5 amp 56 volt battery from Home Depot for $499… great price. Now back to the blower vac.
I considered a very light duty Greenworks blower (only) for $30 that could use my 2 amp hour battery but that model was either unavailable or had spotty reviews. The above Greenworks unit had consistently good reviews on multiple sites, even though as a vacuum, it may not be the best. Ordered it from Amazon and had it in 2 days. Assembly was easy. The controls take some getting used to or experimentation as they are not accurately described in the manual. Play with it! You can figure it out! As a generic blower, this unit has more power than I expected. Although only rated at 185 MPH, it seems to have more power than the 205 MPH TroyBilt. Perhaps the impeller on the TroyBilt had deteriorated? Anyway, it works real good for blowing away grass clippings, leaves, etc. The push button start is great compared to a pull start. The lighter weight makes it easier to operate. I have run it for quite some time on the highest setting and have not had to recharge the battery thus far
I tried the unit as a vac. It is easier to assemble / reconfigure than the TroyBilt. Physically and not unlike the TroyBilt, using it as a vac is a bit awkward. However, it seemed to work pretty well. There is a crevice outside our family room that attracts and holds onto leaves This unit got them out very quickly. Not sure it’s going to pick up or mulch big piles of leaves in the Fall, not did I expect it to.
UPDATE – Works well as a vacuum! I was really surprised. Over the summer, we had a lot of professional gardening work done including installation of 15 yards of mulch. Therefore, I really wanted to remove most of the leaves and debris this Fall. I had read that this machine didn’t work well as a vac but I gave it a try and was pleasantly surprised. First, it was a lot lighter and therefore easier to use for long periods of time. Second, I found the vacuuming and mulching to be very effective. It was easy to set the speed to a point where it picked up the leaves and left the mulch in place. The leaves and sticks were mulched down to where I didn’t fill up as many bags or waste cans as before. I did not have any issues with the machine clogging…. and I really force fed it a lot of leaves in tight places. Running on medium speed, perhaps dialed back a bit, it ran long enough for me to do most of our 2000 sq. foot ranch with beds all around it.
All things considered, I am satisfied with this item and would recommend it to anyone, as long as it’s not expected to do heavy duty mulching.
Reviewed in Canada on November 8, 2017
It shouldnt be Gmax it should be US ONLY. This does not work with Canadian batteries
Reviewed in Canada on July 9, 2018
Pas compatible avec mes batteries 40V GreenWorks
Needs special battery
Reviewed in Canada on November 28, 2018
Battery is not available in Canada returned product.
Didn’t work with my greenworks battery.
Reviewed in Canada on January 27, 2020
Doesn’t work with the battery from the mower I got at Canadian tire. Cost me $30 to send back.
Reviewed in Canada on May 27, 2019
The GreenWorks 2412 G-Max is not compatible with other GreenWorks 40 volts Battery.