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Back Pack Leaf Blower

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  • 48CC 2-stroke engine
  • 200 mph/475 cfm
  • Cruise control
  • Heavy duty frame
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  1. Read below re: the EXTENDED WARRANTY!!Product works great! Seems heavier than I thought it would be, but once on board I didn’t notice the weight. Cleaning the beds under the oaks trees was the primary purpose of this purchase and after several years of raking and using a handheld blower I can assure you that this purchase was well worth it. There was no start guide on my machine (odd?), but I referred to the owner’s manual and it started up fine. I did not wear ear protection and it did not seem any louder than my mower, weed eater or handheld blower. I used silicone spray to help attach the tubes. In addition, I chose to use only two tubes rather than all three.Now, I knew when I made this purchase I could extend the warranty when using 3-cans of the Husqvarna premixed fuel. My mistake was that I DID NOT UNDERSTAND the warranty/purchase parameters.Both the machine and the Husqvarna fuel need to be on the SAME receipt. I ordered the blower on Amazon and purchased the fuel separately from my local Loews. Delivery of this blower, to my local Lowes, was a 2-week wait and Amazon Prime was 2-days. Same price minus 12 days and it was a no brainer. But, but, but….. I should have ordered the fuel from Amazon. So be aware of this if the extended warranty is important to you. I don’t anticipate problems, but the additional peace of mind would have been nice. The reality is that I’ll probably use the machine 20 hrs a year.Here is what the Husqvarna website says regarding the warranty extension:To Extend the Warranty by 1 Year to a Total of 3:The consumer will need to take only 2 steps: First, the consumer must purchase at least 6 bottles of Husqvarna brand 2-stroke oil regardless of size and/or type at the same time as the qualifying handheld product purchase and both purchases must be on the original product invoice/receipt. Second, the consumer must register their product online.*To Extend the Warranty by 2 Years to a Total of 4 years:The consumer will need to take only 2 steps: First, the consumer must purchase at least 96 oz of Husqvarna brand pre-mixed fuel at the same time as the qualifying handheld product purchase and both purchases must be on the original product invoice/receipt. Second, the consumer must register their product online.*For Multiple Units Purchased:Each qualifying handheld product purchased must have an accompanying amount of 2-stroke oil or pre-mix fuel added to the original receipt in order to qualify. For example, if a consumer purchases a 455 rancher chainsaw and a 125B handheld blower and would like to have them both qualify for a 4 year limited warranty, they will need to purchase at least 192 oz of premixed fuel (96 oz for the chainsaw and 96 oz for the handheld blower).

  2. Pros:QualityFairly quietGood air flow (cfm)Well designedEasy to useCons:Wish for a little more power (wind speed)Seems a little fuel hungryThe assembly of the hoses were pretty tough, took a lot of muscleAs a few reviews have mentioned, I’m not a fan of the switch controls because it’s far too easy to accidentally turn off the machine and then have to take off the unit to restart itThe gas spray button is also inconveniently located as one reviewer mentionedOverall:Still happy with my purchase, the convenience of having a gas blower vs. electric is something I wish I had done sooner. I rarely use my corded electric unit anymore as I value the ease and convenience of a cordless backpack blower. It’s pretty expensive though and I didn’t like how I had to get the blower AND the fuel on the same order to qualify for the extended warranty because Amazon didn’t have the Husqvarna premix fuel in stock when I got the blower.

  3. I bought this blower to replace an Echo BP-620 whic I had used for 10 years. I have nothing else to compare it to. For power the two are about the same. For comfort, both blowers had a tendency for the right shoulder strap to slide down, but the Husky was worse. For comfort the Echo was less uncomfortable. The Husky caused my back to cramp and it seemed to transmit more vibration. For fuel efficiency the Husky wins hands down. I went through a tank, which is 2.6 pints or 41.6 oz in 93 minutes using it to blow wet leaves and it handled them just fine. The Echo would run 87 minutes on a full tank, which was about 62 oz. Consider that the Echo was 10 year old technology. What I like about the Husky is the tank is low and exposed so you can see how full it is. The Echo’s tank was hidden but newer models have the exposed tank. The throttle hold will not hold the blower at full throttle, but it will hold it at a high enough setting for almost any application. Would I recommend this to someone? Yes, if they are not going to run it for an hour and a half continuously. It was easy to assemble and priced below comparable models. Would I buy it again? Probably.

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