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McCulloch GBV 325 25cc Petrol Garden blower & vacuum
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McCulloch GBV 325 25cc Petrol Garden blower & vacuum

£129
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Product information

This McCulloch GBV 325 Petrol Garden blow vac is ideal for work such as clearing grass cuttings, leaves and litter.

  • 320m/s

Features and benefits

  • Comes with a full vacuum kit
  • Mulching facility reduces volume of waste by 10:1 ratio

Specifications

Collection capacity45L
Engine size25cc
Fuel tank capacity0.54L
Model name/numberGBV 325
Mulching ratio10:1
Product weight4.25kg
Number of functions3
Product code7393080382528

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3.33 / 5(21 reviews)

Good as blower awkward changeing to vac

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fish41bidave - 1 month ago

Mine lasted about 2 to 3 years with regular use. Ok to start, never changed the spark plug or needed a service. Never used the bag. Buying the same one again

Easy to assemble and use with adjustments

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TomWeston - 3 months ago

Bought and used it today. Easy to assemble and use. Starts easily but required the slow speed screw adjusting otherwise it stopped, this is mentioned in the instruction booklet. The bag has a long zip in it for emptying leaves out but you do need the remove the plastic filler pipe with the bag which is a bit of a pain but will no doubt get used to it. Not to heavy and easy to move about, my arms did tingle a bit after 30 minutes of use but gone in a few minutes. Not too noisy so ear defenders not required but probably a good idea.

Waste of Time

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SM0101 - 3 months ago

First of all there were NO instructions so I went on line and found a website that would sell me the instructions as a PDF for £1.49. Still not that clear so resorted to You Tube. Found something in German but it was more seeing how than understanding. I wanted to have the bag attachment fitted and what a faff! Proud of myself I built it up went to start. Spent an hour on it, could not get it to start, checked fuel lines, the prepump was the issue.
So its going back, I've read the other comments and its a recurring theme, the GBV325 appears to be an older model. 2 hrs in could have swept up by now. B&Q I don't know why you sell this junk.

Reported starting issues

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Stephen88 - 3 months ago

Ok, I bought one of these and was concerned about reported starting issues. Turns out that you have to follow the routine to start. Prime engine with fuel, three pulls on full choke, then start on half choke. Now this is the part that most people don’t do and that is to let it tick over for ten seconds. This because these small two stroke engines need to be warmed up before made to work. Fail to do it and the engine will stall as you open the throttle. I use the throttle control lever on the side of the handle rather than the trigger. Normally only run it on just above tick over. Vacuum works well despite reports of little suction. Most complaints are because the users expect too much of these machines. Fact is, if they had powerful suction they would suck up all manner of objects, resulting in destroying the fan. Used correctly these are fantastic. One tip for when using vacuum mode, place bag strap across body like a satchel strap and the bag sits comfortably.

Hard to start and ignition coil failed

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Db1878 - 4 months ago

Had this for just over a year. Really hard to start. Now the ignition coil has given up. Checked part price circa £40. Not worth fixing at that price and will now have to buy a new blower, but a different brand!

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