Landworks Chipper Reviews.
The Landworks Super Heavy Duty 7HP is produced by the makers of Great Circle USA (which is another high-powered wood chippers online).
As one of the newer models, the Landworks Wood Chipper includes a powerful gas engine, extra torque, medium weight, and affordable price tag (for homeowners).
Buyers like it because of its affordable price, powerful engine/torque, and perfect for medium size branches and leaves.
In terms of power, the Landworks Chipper is similar to the Tazz K32 Chipper.
Designed with a powerful 7 HP 208cc gas engine.
Power: 7 horsepower
Engine: 212cc 4-stroke Gas Engine
Weight: 130 lbs
The grinding chamber consists of multiple Y-Hammers and knives for a quick, efficient shredding.
Buyers love that it is a continuous-feed wood chipper – good for dicing through wood branches up to 3-inches thick or shredding hand-fulls of leaves.
Branches: up to 3″ thick
Great for continuous feed, it’s able to shred branches, leaves, or yard waste.
You can feed into the top hopper or use the bottom chute for over-sized branches/bundles.
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Landworks Wood Chipper Review:
The Landworks comes mostly preassembled and buyers confirm it’s easy to set up.
Unlike similar wood chippers, the Landworks 7HP Heavy Duty is relatively lightweight at only 129 pounds — buyers say it can take 15 to 30 mins to set up (depending on how familiar you are with its design).
As a gas-powered chipper shredder it has a 0.80 gallon fuel tank and rip-cord starter.
Buyer reviews say the rip-cord can be a little tricky, but most buyers get it running by the third try.
Like the Great Circle USA wood chipper, the steel hopper stands 34″ above the ground (for safety reasons).
You can use the top grinding chamber for regular size leaf bundles or branches up to 3-inches — but the Landworks also comes with a bottom chute for branches larger than 3-inches.
Downside to using the bottom chute is that the process is a little slower.
By using only the grinder the Heavy Duty chipper can handle a continuous feed of branches or leaves.
The Landworks Wood Chipper should be powerful enough for most households – a slightly higher version might be the Tazz Wood Chipper.
Landworks Wood Chipper
- Engine: 4-cycle 212cc Briggs & Engine
- Fuel Tank: 0.7 gallons
- Hopper: 34-inch tall
- Weight: 130 lbs
- Power: 3600 RPM
- Branches: up to 3-inches (diameter)
- Reduction Ratio: 15:1
- Gross Torque: 8.1 ft. per lbs
Chipper Grinding Chamber
- Top Hopper: 16.7″ x 15.2″
- Grinding Chamber:
- 5 Y-Hammers
- 2 Knives
- Shreds up to 1:15 of its original size/volume
- Unleaded gasoline model
Additional Chipper Features
- Easy access inlet option for leaf loading
- Slanted back housing design – less jamming
- Large chipper chute
- Optional tow bar kit (for large acres)
- Low oil sensor w/ auto shut down
- Wood chipper vacuum attachment
Landworks Heavy Duty Wood Chipper Review:
For anyone overseeing large wooded areas, having a reliable wood chipper is the practical solution.
The Landworks is not only great for chipping and shredding, but it’s also easy to store away.
Purchase includes a debris bag — makes for easy cleanup and if you’re going to recycle branches for wood chips, it’s a nice added bonus.
After reading buyer reviews, the Landworks wood chipper is used for a variety of purposes — some are individual households and others are businesses or companies. One buyer owned an archery property and another was a local elementary school.
Buyers also say it’s much lighter than their previous wood chipper — being 130 pounds and on wheels, they’re able to move it across mostly any terrain.
It’s also more affordable than similar size options.
Overall the Landworks chipper appears to be a solid option for homeowners.