Latest review: The blower itself is a little disappointing in power. It also does not come with a flat nozzle. It does excel in its design features with the adjustable choke and carby
Latest review: Purchased this 6 months ago from Bunnings, went to use it yesterday and noticed a fair bit of oil on shelf it sits on, it has also developed a miss and surge on acceleration. The unit itself
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.
Latest review: I don't care what others say... this is five star all the way, and the gutter kit is totally awesome! Sure you and buy an Asian brand online BUT... service, I read a review that the closest service
Latest review: i bought one over the weekend
read the manual (i am a nerd that way)
attempted to start the thing
primes ok both swttches in the on the choke on full would not start not even one cough
Latest review: I read reviews on this unit and most were bad. As always, I ignore reviews and decided to buy it anyway. I already have a Honda Trencher, Honda Whipper Snipper so I really wanted something to match.
Latest review: If I could give it a minus ten rating, I would. This item is not heavy, nor is it of any use. I couldn't even use it to blow the leaves out of my gutter. The battery works for about 30 seconds. They
Latest review: No power, consistently blocks up in the throat, refuses to restart after use. My ryobi kicks is a far better machine and never dies. Dont waste your money buying
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.
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
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
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
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
Latest review: I have used this commercially 5 times a week for more than ten years and never needed to do anything except replace the plug and clean the filter, it's been reliable and really good! I would
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
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
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
Latest review: After having A leading 4 stroke garden equipment for 15 years with no problems I decided to try echo being as they are up too half the
price of my reliable old garden equipment. Both the echo
Latest review: Purchased from Masters at bargain price. Blower works really well. Vac works good not brilliant. Takes a few minutes to swap from one to another. Awkward to empty vac bag while connected to motor
Latest review: Light weight plastic that is strong allowing for easy to carry unit. Simple operation with easy reliable starting. Mine is used semi commercially in yard maintenance. It travels in the trailor and is