This DEWALT DCBL-790 blower is available in 3 models.
One with a 4.0Ah battery, another with a 6.0Ah battery, and one without a battery – only bare tool.
We recommend purchasing leaf blowers with company-provided batteries only as DEWALT covers the warranty.
Features DEWALT DCBL790 Brushless Leaf Blower
Moving on to this model, it has a 40-volt engine that can give you incredible power to remove stubborn debris.
Now you can expect a great run time and long-lasting engine life thanks to its brushless motor.
The running noise is below 65DB, which is extremely quiet. While using it would not have to wear any headgear to reduce the noise.
DEWALT is offering xenon housing for better durability.
Complete variable trigger allows you to have control over the noise and speed.
You can adjust the airspeed to optimize your cleaning.
In addition, remove most of the maintenance involved with the gas-powered machine, including spark plug, carburetors, and air filters.
Buyer review – I bought this mainly to blow leaf from mountain biking trails and am very impressed with the machine.
I can do 1.5 to 2 miles of trail with the 4.0Ah battery, which is a lot more performance than I expected.
I would save, on average get from 25 to 30 minutes of blowing time out of it, and it moves powerful air to push even wet leaf beds out the way.
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What we like
- Instant start and stop pull button
- Good airspeed
- Low noise and silent operation
- Brushless motor
- Variable trigger with speed lock
- Two years of free service
- At full charge, the battery can last for 25 to 30 minutes
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What we don’t like
- Bit expensive (Brand value is added)
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