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Ryobi 18V One+ RBL1850S

Latest review: Good sized blower that is powerful enough to do most jobs around the home. Fits all your One+ 18v batteries in the range. The Good: Blows a decent breeze, light weight unit. Good value for its


Stihl BG 56

Latest review: This blower has paid for itself again & again! I have used it since 2011 as a contract cleaner (cleaning gutters, car parks, you name it, it’s done it) without one problem. Never changed the spark p


Ozito PXCBLK-018

Latest review: Lightweight, well balanced and easy to use. The long nozzle with the curve towards the outlet lets you "steer" the air so you can get around garden furniture, get into corners, etc. Powerful enough


Makita BHX2500

Latest review: At first when new it was good but in summer it doesn't perform properly as the heat doesn't want to start the blower after 2 minutes of doing nothing and in the shade the last service cost me 160


Ozito BLV-2401

Latest review: Weight is not a problem, I wish it had a special squarish nozzle to increase the suction area and two wheels on each end like a household vacuum cleaner to keep it at a height that stops it from


Echo PB-2155

Latest review: Had this blower since 2010 when it was a replacement for an older Echo blower that was stolen from my garage during a break in. I have never had it serviced! Still going strong 9 years later. All I


Homelite 26cc Petrol Blower

Latest review: this is the second model hbl26b I have tried to use , the first one ran for maybe five mins before it [Word Removed] itself . Took that one back to bunnings for an exchange ...( no questions asked )


Stihl BG 86 C-E

Latest review: I too was a dealer for stihl for over 25 years and found the same dramatic drop in quality without a drop in the price from stihl, especially since most parts are made in china now. Very


Honda HHB25

Latest review: I purchased the Honda HHB25 Blower as a replacement for my old Weed Eater brand blower. I chose the Honda as it was a 4 stroke. So no more messy 2 stroke fuel to mix and much less noise. In fact


GardenLine (Aldi) Petrol Blower

Latest review: Vibration killed it prematurely with bolts even with spring washers coming loose. The choke pull lever kept coming disengaged. requiring some regular attention after 6 months. Great price BUT a bit


Husqvarna 125B/BVx

Latest review: 20th March 2019 I bought a Husqvarna 125BVX mid 2018 for the explicit purpose of sucking up leaves from my paved driveway. Since the purchase I’ve been able to use it 3 times successfully. On 6 other


Victa VBE1500

Latest review: Diana picked this up this morning, left outside her favourite rich house on 10th Avenue. The armature was intact and it wasn't jammed, though no voltage. I thought the switch, though that was fine


Ryobi RBV3600/RBV3650

Latest review: The blower vac worked reasonably well from purchase in 2015 until I needed a new battery. A new battery from Bunnings is $299. I can purchase a new kit for $449 from Bunnings. I also purchased a


Ryobi RBV2400ES

Latest review: Had a blower sucker for 20 years, did the job, having this blower is like taking a Elephant gun to hunt Quail, over size, over weight. too noisy and leaves more leafs then it picks


Victa MV1200 Mini Vac

Latest review: This my 2nd Mini Vac, the first being the Victa Vac 500 which was of superior quality. The current model has a number of issues and not worth purchasing. 1. After using a new bag for a few times the


Ryobi RBJ254N

Latest review: My old Masters 909 blower finally died and I needed a replacement, something not cheap, but on the other hand something not out of my price range. Came across the Ryobi RBJ254N blower for just $144.


Makita DUB183Z

Latest review: I have owned a few Battery operated blowers. This one does a great job. I also use the short rubber snout to use it to blow out the grass from the


Stihl BGA 56
  • Category: Battery Blower Vacuums
  • Noise Level: 91 dB
  • Weight: 2.1 kg

Makita XBU02Z

Latest review: Best investment we have made in the garden. Mostly only need to use 3 or 4 speed but it goes to 6. Obviously not a petrol blower, but Makita has the 36V worked out to give Max power. 2x18V’s get the j


AEG ABL18J6

Latest review: Purchased this blower in combo with the line trimmer which was a great saving. It was still a lot of money for us and at the time we were considering cheaper alternatives as well as corded. So


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