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Currently building up my tools. Im a bit of a Husqvarna fan... put a H on it and I’ll probably buy it.

 

i’ve purchased the 520iHT4 battery pole hedge cutter with BLi200 batteries and charger. Could anyone recommend a battery blower from the Husqvarna range for general domestic work? 

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On 22/02/2021 at 18:32, scbk said:

https://www.husqvarna.com/uk/products/battery/#batteryblower

 

The 525iB is sold as "professional" rated, and it can be used with either the normal or the backpack batteries. Probably not much difference between them other than that.

Have you used this? Or any of the battery range of blowers?

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The husky petrol hand held one is good and  more blow than even the top of the range battery one.

 

HUSQVARNA 525BX

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9 hours ago, Heywoodwood said:

Have you used this? Or any of the battery range of blowers?

Yes I've had it for about a year and a half

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You have to remember that battery blowers use more power than other tools, so  might be worth getting a bigger battery 

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I'd second that.  I have a lot of (H) battery tools (1 groundsaw, 2 top handles and a hedge cutter) but have been sticking with the Stihl (yup, I know) multitool with blower attachment.  It blows at 80 mph, and will shift a lot of crap.  Look at the speed output readings for 2 stroke over battery powered blowers on the Husky catalogue: none of the battery blowers can get anywhere near the 2 stroke ones.  

Hope this helps

A

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Used a makita battery blower last week , very impressed by the power of it.

battery life at full power not great but would rarely need to run at full.

guy who owns it has lots of makita stuff 

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