Before the key differences, let’s discuss these garden appliance’s similarities.
First, they are both considered a three in one tool.
They are multi-functional in that they can be used as a vacuum, a blower, and then a mulcher.
Black & Decker BV6600 vs. BV6000 Leaf Blower
Both of them are also categorized as a “high performance” tool,” so their machines are more than sufficient to tackle a range of related tasks.
The BV6000 and BV6600 have the same weight, produce the amount of noise, and run on power.
Also, these top performance leaf blowers basically have the same parts.
For example, they are both equipped with top-impact metal fans, which, according to the brand, helps stop clogging when mulching and, at the same time, grinding leaves.
Their primary difference is their speed settings.
The Deck and Black BV6000 provides you 2 speeds to pick from, while the Black and Decker BV6600 permits you to pick from variable speeds.
The BV6000 is equipped with a knob or switch that serves 2 objectives.
Rotating it clockwise turns the unit on, and at the same time, picks the low-speed setting. Turning it clockwise once more provides you a high-speed setting.
On the other hand, the BV6600 is also equipped with a switch or knob that you rotate clockwise to turn the unit on and pick from a wide range of speeds.
Unlike with the BV6000, anyway, there are no pre-set speeds to pick from.
The further the knob is rotated, the higher the airspeed, as the manual describes.
In both units, turning the knob counterclockwise turns these units off.
Another difference is the attachments added to the package.
As previously described, these strong leaf blower almost have the same parts, except for the attachments.