There are 2 main types of leaf blowers: backpack and handheld models.
Either two-stroke or four-stroke engine generally runs both kinds.
Some handheld blowers also offer a blower vacuum mixture.
How To Choose a Leaf Blower
There are lots of different models, attachment, and performance choices accessible for different applications.
Matched to leaf blowers produced in the early 1990s, today leaf blowers are clearer and quieter.
To blow grass clippings and another light stuffs off quite little areas like patios, sidewalks, and driveways, we advise picking a blower like the STIHL BG50.
You can also upgrade to the BG 56 C-E, with its famous simplified starting and easy2smart specs.
The power and performance of both models are comparable.
Starting the BG 50 blower is a general procedure.
After setting the on-off switch to the “on-position,” lock the throttle trigger, set the choke, and begin the blower with a pull of the cord.
If you have more acreage but still need to displace grass clippings and lighter debris, we advise the more strong BG 86 C-3 and powerful BG 86 professional handheld blower units.
Both spec an advanced anti-vibration system and the simplified starting process.
The BG 86 C-3 also contains the Easy2 Start spec.
Lighten your load
If you plan to use your blower for a high period of time, consider the BR 200 backpack blower with a lightweight design and anti-vibration technology.
If you have a big clearing place, such as a farm or ranch, or if you need to move wet leaves and other heavy debris, we advise the BR 350 backpack blower.
Keeping it quiet
When picking a leaf blower in areas where noise limits exist, we advise the gasoline-run BG 66 L – a professional handheld blower.