Best Petrol Blower Vacuums

35 listings
Stihl BG 56
3.8 from 63 reviews

Latest review: its good enough for anything.small stone leaves dirt its not the best blower i will not buy another stihl product it broke down with not even 2 hrs on it i have a weedeater brand blower 8 years old

  • Build Quality
    4.0 (7)
  • Value for Money
    3.7 (7)
  • Ease of Use
    3.9 (7)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.4 (7)
  • Noise Level
    3.7 (6)
  • Safety
    4.4 (5)
Stihl BG 86 C-E
3.8 from 30 reviews

Latest review: I had a BG85 for many years but the starting was getting too hard for me and the vibrations meant I had to swap hands. The easy start on this is excellent and the anti vibration mounted on rubber

  • Build Quality
    4.0 (8)
  • Value for Money
    3.6 (8)
  • Ease of Use
    4.3 (7)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.3 (7)
  • Noise Level
    3.9 (7)
  • Safety
    4.3 (7)
Makita BHX2500

Makita BHX2500

 · includes 2 listings
3.4 from 53 reviews

Latest review: Bought the Makita blower vac shredder BHX2500V over the Ryobi 3in1 for the only fact that i could sit the makita on the ground and Ryobi you had to hold. I have a bad back and i needed something that

  • Build Quality
    3.6 (8)
  • Value for Money
    3.8 (8)
  • Ease of Use
    3.8 (9)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.0 (8)
  • Noise Level
    3.6 (8)
  • Safety
    3.9 (8)
Echo PB-2155
4.0 from 17 reviews

Latest review: Have had 3 of this model, My first one went great guns for 5+ years. The last 2 have lasted less than 2 years a piece, Which is rubbish for Expensive supposedly to shelf units. This last one came

Homelite 26cc Petrol Blower
3.1 from 41 reviews

Latest review: I bought this assuming the 325kmh speed of air was accurate. My old ryobi cordless one was rated at 225kmh so thought this one would certainly be more powerful. It certainly wasn't.

Honda HHB25
3.1 from 38 reviews

Latest review: Love Honda and their reputation and this blower is superb. The mind boggles how people can give 1 star for this product when the engine is rock solid. They literally must have no clue how to use

ALDI Gardenline Petrol Blower

ALDI Gardenline Petrol Blower

 · includes 5 listings
2.8 from 46 reviews

Latest review: I’ve had this blower for about 14 months now and it’s been great. I’m a contractor so it’s done a heap of work in this time so definitely made my money from it. Only issue I had is the filter cover ca

Price (RRP) $99.00 to $169.00

Husqvarna 125B/BVx

Husqvarna 125B/BVx

 · includes 2 listings
2.4 from 22 reviews

Latest review: I was bit nervous, after reading the reviews here, I was after a Vacuum/shredder option and this came at a good price, starts easily and is a powerful enough blower and

Victa VBP1226
2.4 from 10 reviews

Latest review: This is great for vacuuming leaves and debris off hard surfaces like a concrete/asphalt/cobbled driveway and decks. Not so good off grass. Easy to start and easy to use although the 2 stroke motor is

Tanaka THB-2510N
5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Ive had this blower for a lot of years. Light, easy to start and plenty of power I use mine around the yard at home. Need to know where to get filters as i am maintaining myself

Ryobi RBJ254N
5.0 from 2 reviews

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.

Shindaiwa EB240
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I've been running a garden maintenance business for over 25 years now and used pretty much all of the well known/high end brands when it comes to outdoor power equipment. The Shindaiwa EB-240 is an

Atom Airlift 855
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I purchased the Atom airlift 855 after extensive research .Also after a fellow tradie I know purchased one and he uses it day in day out with no problems so whatever. I find the vacuum function a

Hitachi RB24ESV
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: After doing a lot of online research I chose this model. Its the best 2 stroke engine I have ever come across. So easy and quick to start (2 pulls). Powerful engine, can be set to any revs you want

Hitachi RB24ES(H2)
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I had an Aldi blower which lasted 3 years which i thought was pretty good but it seems ridiculous to buy cheap and replace after a few years use. I also moved to a bigger property which i think

Echo PB-2520
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have had this blower for near 6 month now and has not skipped a beat. Starts every time, effortlessly with one pull. This band is commercial quality and is very powerful for it's size. I was

Price (RRP) $389.00

MTM BPX935
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: For many years my backpack blower of choice has been a Stihl BR700, 67cc. It cost me $1,000 about ten years ago. It is everything you would expect from a Stihl product. Then I saw the MTM 85cc

Echo Backpack Blower PB-265ESLT

Latest review: Firstly I must say I love all my Echo products and this is definitely up there as one of my favourites. Extremely light weight and comfortable on the back, unbelievably quiet and surprisingly

Price (RRP) $669.00

Stihl BR700
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: After a rather disappointing experience with my old DMC EB430 backpack blower (basically a Husqvarna 130BT copy) where the flywheel nut came off and caused chaos in the engine after less than 5 hours

Shidaiwa EB802RT
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Our house, lawn and long driveway are surrounded by maple trees that shed lots of leaves comes Fall. We used to rake those leaves by hand or shred and blow them with the lawn mower in certain areas

Page 1 of 2