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Ryobi Outdoor products introduces our most powerful blower- ever. With an extra large 42cc engine, this backpack blower is designed to handle your toughest clearing jobs. The unique engine mounting is engineered to deliver maximum air flow at all times, and the contoured shoulder/back harness provides ultimate comfort and a perfect fit. The tube construction includes a variable speed trigger and cruise control for easy command, and the angled nozzle points naturally downward reducing effort, and maximizing clearing power. This backpack blower is sturdy, but light- at just 18 lbs. Best of all, Ryobi backs this blower with a 3 year warranty so rest easy this blower is guaranteed to perform.

•Large 42 cc engine
•185 mph / 510 cfm
•Unique engine mounting provides maximum air-flow
•Contoured shoulder back harness for a comfortable perfect fit
•Variable speed trigger with cruise control for clearing control
•18 lbs..
•3 year warranty
•Description (40): RYOBI 42CC BACKPACK GAS BLOWER
•MFG Brand Name: Ryobi
•MFG Model #: RY08420
•MFG Part #: RY08420

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Do you have any experience with the battery operated ones? I have an 18v and 24v battery so I would hope I can just purchase the electric unit.

Mainly concerned about the power of the battery operated vs gas powered.

PlumperWallet said:   Do you have any experience with the battery operated ones? I have an 18v and 24v battery so I would hope I can just purchase the electric unit.

Mainly concerned about the power of the battery operated vs gas powered.



Unless you only plan to blow grass clippings off of your driveway, I wouldn't count on a battery-powered model. If you need to blow leaves, I'd also avoid corded electric blowers. Sure, it makes for one more engine to take care of, but treat it right and it will get the job done. I'll also recommend a backback over handheld - much easier on the wrists.



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