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Greenworks 145 MPH Cordless Leaf Blower

By: on October 11, 2017
$248.84
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Raking leaves blows. So you blow harder with Greenworks' 145MPH Pro 80V Li-Ion MAX leaf blower, a cordless cleanup tool whose brushless motor and turbo button can stir up and knock around yard debris 580 CFM at 145 MPH.

Greenworks calls their Pro 80V Li-Ion MAX system, a line that also includes an 18" chainsaw, hedge trimmer, string trimmer, and lawn mower, "the highest voltage, gas equivalent, commercial grade cordless outdoor power tool system in the industry." The leaf blower weighs a relatively light 10 pounds for schlepping, and can ramp up to full gone-with-the-wind power for up to 22 minutes of runtime on per charge of its 2.5Ah battery. The quick charger included in this Greenworks blower package will then have you back communing with fall's castoffs with a full battery 40 minutes later.

The leaf blower can operate at tamer speeds too with a variable speed trigger and cruise control setting.

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