A perfect leaf blower for those who have a small backyard and don’t want to spend a lot on this equipment. This incredibly affordable leaf blower has enough power to push leaves and mulch around and is very easy to operate. The only thing you need is an extension cord and a power outlet.
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Pro Decent capabilities for money
Despite being cheap and lightweight, the leaf blower is powerful enough for jobs like clearing debris and grass from small yards, walkways, garages or decks. The 7 A motor can produce enough wind force to deal with the overwhelming majority of regular jobs.
Pro Requires an extension cable
There is no wire with the leaf blower so remember to buy an extension cord together with it. A proper 100 feet extension cable will cost you around $75.
Thanks to the electric motor and the fact that it doesn’t produce a lot of wind the leaf blower is quiet. This allows using the given machine during early and late hours.
Pro Safe cord lock
The included cord lock works well, and it’s unlikely that you will experience any accidental disconnects.
Pro Environmentally friendly
The blower produces zero emissions, and no smelly gas fumes are coming from it.
Pro Easy preparation
You don’t need to fill it up with gas or assemble any additional parts to start it. Just plug in the cable, snap on the nozzle, and you are ready to go.
Pro Easy to store
Thanks to the compact design it is easy to store practically anywhere. This blower will take close to none space.
Weighing under 5 lbs. it is easy to carry around for an extended period even for seniors.
Con Limited to the extension cord
The range of the blower is limited in how long your extension cord is. That means that it isn’t suitable for very large properties.
Con Narrow air stream
The air stream is rather narrow compared to more powerful leaf blowers so it can take a long time if the leaves and mulch cover a wide area.
Con Not a powerful blower
If you have a relatively large yard, then you will not get the job done quickly. The 160 mph wind speed is good for blowing dry leaves and debris into piles, but if you have many wet leaves, it can take a very long time to get the job done.
Con Lacks vacuum feature
The blower can’t be converted into a leaf vacuum.
Con No additional accessories
There are no accessories like longer blower tubes or straight and curved nozzles that can become in handy when cleaning out hard to reach places like rain gutters and cracks.
Con Only one power level
You can’t lower the power of the blower, so you have to be careful around delicate areas like flowers or small decorations.
Con No cushions for the handle
The handle is made from plain hard plastic so it may become uncomfortable after a while.