Leaf Blower types
Electric Leaf Blowers with Cords
Corded models are typically 8 pounds or less in weight and are designed for one-handed operation. No-hassle push-button starting and zero exhaust emissions are advantages, as is power comparable to handheld gas blowers. However, the power cord restricts your mobility and can be difficult to maneuver around trees and other obstacles. If a power outlet is always within 100 feet of the work area, consider using an electric blower.
Leaf Blowers with a Lithium-Ion Battery
These tools, also known as cordless electric leaf blowers, are lightweight (generally less than 10 pounds) and easy to maneuver. They’ve grown in popularity among people who don’t want to deal with the upkeep of a gas-powered model and don’t want to be tethered to a power cord. Power can also be on par with the best gas blowers. Rechargeable batteries have a maximum run time of about 30 minutes, so if the task takes longer than that, you’ll need to take a break—or have a backup battery on hand.
Handheld Leaf Blowers Powered by Gas
Gas models can go anywhere and never need to be charged. To start the engine, you must pull a pull cord, and gas engines must be tuned up on a regular basis. The majority of models weigh around 10 pounds. And, while gas models are quieter than they used to be, they are still quite loud—the user should always wear hearing protection. The majority are powered by two-stroke engines, which necessitate the mixing of fuel and oil. Four-stroke engines allow you to skip this step, and they run cleaner.
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