Originally Posted by Chris Feenan
You use the curved end on a high CFM blower I guess ? So do I, and that's fine for small beds of ground cover. But it is too time consuming on these huge beds. The leaves near the middle have to get teased out of the pachy too many times before they get to the edge. I want to suck them up once, and be done with it.
The br600s don't come with curved tips on the tube but it is an option. Trouble is the tips are about 10 inches to long. So I cut the new tips when I get them and drill out new holes to mount them. Iv done that now for the 16 br600s iv owned. I like a curved tip but I like a short arm so you can maneuver inside some very dense beds.