Weed Eater TurboClean 2000
Weedeater does not exist
Purchased blower; had no manual. Cannot find one online, or order on phone. Keep getting numbers that don't exist or have changed and they want to charge$3 for the new number. Website SAYS YOU CAN GET THE MANUAL ONLINE BUT not so after spending 3 hours looking through their site. Not a very user friendly customer support. My brand newTurboclean 2000 is just sitting out there now in the rain. Store tells me I have to buy another blower if I want a manual!
Makes me wonder how some companys stay in business.
October 23, 2013
I live in Michigan and wanted to replace the Weed Eater I had had for over 20 years due to the fact that I dropped it and broke the handle. I need a durable and powerful blower and researched many different brands before picking the TurboClean 2000. I needed this machine to be light, safe and easy to use; yet strong with the ability to do various tasks. See I not only use my blower for lawn and yard work, but I am a wood worker with a 30 X 20 workshop that needs cleaning year round. I found it perfect to blow, vacuum wood chips of various sizes from my Drill Press, Lathe, and Table Saw. I found the conversion from blow to vac mode to be as advertised, quick and effortless, and it needs no tools to change from one mode to the other. The impeller is metal and sizable enabling shredding debris of various sizes and materials. The TurboClean has a clean design, snap in blower tube that will not come off unless you want it to, and is light weight which makes the handling easy and comfortable. Lastly, I found the machine to be safe and not extremely loud for a blower, and if it can handle a shop like mine, then it will have no problem handling grass, leaves and medium to heavy duty lawn maintenance. Highly recommended!
December 30, 2012