General Specs Comparisons Toro vs. Worx Leaf Blower
Make and handling
As the Toro Powerjet F700 51624 and the Worx WG520 do not share the same producer, their full build and technology in use can vary.
These 2 products are handheld blowers and so offer you superior mobility.
Both products are run electrically and will therefore offer you a more user and environmentally friendly experience.
CFM & MPH
In comparison, the Toro Powerjet F700 51624, with a CFM of 725, beats the six-hundred CFM of the Worx WG520, making it the best landscaping tool it comes to the number of leaves that can be blown per minute.
The Toro Powerjet F700 51524 MPH of 140 beats the 100 MPH off the Worx WG520.
Therefore, it expels air quicker and should aid you in blowing leaves on lifting heavy debris or grass and wet leaves more perfectly.
Noise and weight rating
The weight of the Toro PowerJet F700 51624, which is 6.66 lbs, pretty exceeds the 6.4 of the Worx WG520, and will so need you to carry around pretty more weight.
The Worx WG520 generates 82 dB, which is significantly higher than the 70.1 dB of the Toro Powerjet. Thus, the latter will be much simpler on your ears.
Both have the capability to vacuum leaves.
Thus, you will need another technique of leaf collection.
The blower weighs nine pounds, which is a weight that should not cause any issues to the majority of people.
Easy to store
Thanks to its compact design, it is simple to store.
Further, the added cord storage hook is an amazing help to keep everything organized.
Simple to adjust
The power can be set through a top dial.
This makes it simple to work on sensitive areas like flower beds or anything else that can be potentially destroyed.