WORX introduces new, upgraded products

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Updated Dec 14, 2018

WORX has brought back its 3-in-1 Trivac blower/mulcher/vacuum that the company says has been redesigned with a patented articulating motor with one-touch, tool-free conversion from blower to vacuum. The two-speed yard vacuum, WORX says, generates up to 600 cfm of high-capacity air volume due to its motor and air siphon design.

3-in-1 Trivac blower/mulcher/vacuum Photo: WORX3-in-1 Trivac blower/mulcher/vacuum
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With Trivac, WORX says there’s no fumbling with extension tubes or other attachments, and everything is onboard and ready to use. The company adds that converting from blower to mulcher/vacuum is a matter of turning a switch and connecting the 1.2 bushel collection bag.

The company says its wide-mouth, unobstructed circular tube design makes it ideal for vacuuming leaves throughout the property.

“It’s a real workhorse in the yard,” says Bob Baker, WORX director of product development. “It’s got the power and performance to make quick work of yard cleanup throughout the season.”

WORX says the 12-amp blower/mulcher/vacuum with a metal impeller has a mulch conversion ratio of 16:1, and the company says the 8.8 lb. combination vacuum/yard vacuum is well-balanced and easy to use.

WORX says the Trivac is expected to be available in December on the company’s website and with online retailers, and it is covered by a WORX three-year warranty.

WORX also recently released the third generation of its 40V Hydroshot portable cleaner, and the company says it is the most powerful version with a 290 to 450 psi rating.

The company says the latest Hydroshot is part of the company’s 20V Power Share Platform, which covers eight lawn and garden tools, each bundled with two 20V MAX Power Share lithium batteries, a dual-port charger and a three-year limited warranty.

WORX says this power cleaner connects to any fresh water source through a standard garden hose or through its 20 ft. accessory hose, which is included, that draws water from rivers, lakes, pools or buckets. The company says the adjustable float on the hose acts like a bobber to keep the intake from touching bottom.

WORX says the 40V Hydroshot delivers more than seven times the water pressure than a garden hose/nozzle combination, based on an average of 60 psi for many homes. The company says the 40V Hydroshot has a max psi of 450, and the pump-driven, dual-system control nozzle features two operating settings: watering (Lo) and power cleaning (Hi).

40V Hydroshot portable cleaner Photo: WORX40V Hydroshot portable cleaner
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In the Lo speed, WORX says water pressure is 290 psi, while the Hi speed is 450 psi. The company adds that the four-pattern spray nozzle can be adjusted from 00, 150, 250 and 400 settings.

Powered by two 20V MAX Power Share 2.0 Ah lithium batteries, WORX says the 40V Hydroshot includes a long pressure cleaning lance, a 60-minute dual-port charger (one hour per battery), a 20-ft. hose accessory and a carrying bag.

The company adds that the Hydroshot also accommodates aftermarket pressure washer nozzles, and it is covered by the WORX three-year warranty. It is expected to be available on the company’s website and Amazon in December.

WORX also introduced the 20V MAX 6.0 Ah lithium-ion battery, which the company says features three times the run time of the 20V 2.0 Ah battery.

The company says this battery is compatible with all WORX 20V lawn and garden and DIY tools, and they add that it is part of the WORX 20V Power Share program. The company adds that the battery also features a built-in fuel gauge that allows users to monitor charge levels by pressing an electronic keypad that signals the battery’s charge status.

“Having the option of greater run time is a benefit to our customers and something they have requested,” says Baker. “It’s our longest running 20V battery to date and will give our customers the confidence to complete their jobs without interruption.”

WORX also added the 40V turbine blower to the 20V MAX Power Share lithium battery platform.

The company says the turbine blower has a 2.5-hour charger and also features the WORX three-year limited warranty. The company says the turbine blower develops a maximum air volume of 430 cubic feet per minute (cfm), making it one of the most powerful cordless blowers in the WORX line. The company says the 40V turbine is also the first WORX blower with a high efficiency brushless motor, and the company says the blower’s 430 cfm rating makes it over 20 percent more powerful than the WORX turbine 20V blower.

The company says this 7.3 lb. turbine blower features an axial fan motor that pulls air directly into the fan and immediately forces it out through the large diameter blower tube.

This blower includes two 20V MAX Power Share 2.5 Ah lithium batteries and a 2.5-hour dual port charger. WORX expects this blower to be available in the spring of 2019 on the company’s website and online retailers.

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