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Review: Weed Eater - EBV215 Poor Quality
I have owned an EBV215 for about four years. Shortly after I bought it, the plastic case began to crack. I am mostly using it as a leaf vac since I have another blower that works better. Since I have had it, I have had to repair the shoulder strap on the bag, replace the zipper on the bag, fix numerous cracks and subsequent holes in the plastic, and deal with the loss of the main handle. The only reason that I continue to use this poor-quality product is because it has the highest reduction ratio (16:1) of any of the hand-held vacs. I am, however, finally getting tired of it and have started looking for a better built product. My advice is to look elsewhere.