Model # ES-210

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Store SKU #639484

ECHO 140 MPH 305 CFM Gas Leaf Blower Vacuum


140 MPH 305 CFM Gas Leaf Blower Vacuum

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Product Overview

The ECHO 140 MPH 305 CFM Gas Blower/Vac features a powerful 21.2 cc engine to help clear away stubborn yard debris. A vacuum kit is included to easily convert the blower to a vacuum shredder, and the patented shredding mechanism reduces leaf volume by a 12:1 ratio. The blower comes with all hardware needed for shredding and blowing, an operator's manual, engine oil, tubes and a collection bag with a convenient carrying strap.

  • 21.2 cc 2-stroke engine helps provide powerful performance
  • 140 MPH maximum air speed helps move stubborn yard debris
  • 305 CFM maximum air volume offers impressive blowing power
  • Stop switch, throttle and cruise control are conveniently mounted on the hand grip
  • Easily converts from a handheld blower to a vacuum shredder
  • Patented shredding mechanism reduces leaf volume by a 12:1 ratio
  • Intake tube is 35 in. long to help you reach debris more easily
  • Features interchangeable nozzle connections for versatility
  • Includes a vacuum kit, all hardware needed for shredding and blowing, an operator's manual and engine oil
  • Includes tubes and a collection bag with a convenient carrying strap
  • Engine is certified with the highest Environmental Protection Agency engine durability rating for energy efficiency
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

blower stalling out after a minute acts like it is not getting gas, i have repaced fuel system maintenance kit and the air cleaner kit.

blower is still stalling. do you have any further sugestions.
Asked by: Anonymous
I've been running my ES210 for several years. The one area not covered in tips is the intake / Vacuum area. Should you be vacuuming up sidewalk edging debris that may contain some wet mud, that will end up caking up around the inside of the cover. Easy enough to fix. On the vacuum side, take out the 6 Philips head screws (5 obvious, 1 recessed in the front near the switch area. This will allow you to lift off a bit (not all the way unless you also disassemble the switch wiring which is extra steps#. Use a putty knife or larger flathead screw driver to scrape out any build up on the cover, inside rim #around the outside of the blade area). Keep a vacuum handy and running to help contain the waste as it can be messy, depending on how long the build up has been going on :).
Answered by: Workerbee
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the ratio of mix fuel gas/oil ? for shred n vac.Es-210

Asked by: Anonymous
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2015-09-20

Replacement bag

Asked by: Joemaranto
The ES-250 and ES-250 both use the same debris bag. The part number is, #X692000120. Replacement parts and accessories can be obtained through any authorized ECHO dealer or online through For the name of a local authorized servicing ECHO dealer, please call our dealer locator toll free 1-800-432-ECHO (3246) or visit our web site at
Answered by: Echo
Date published: 2017-02-09

Is the impellar metal or plastic?

Not just the cutting blade but the impellar also. Are they metal or plastic.
Asked by: Tyler
The Shred N Vac models have a plastic impeller and a metal shredder blade.
Answered by: Echo
Date published: 2017-02-09
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Customer Reviews

140 MPH 305 CFM Gas Leaf Blower Vacuum is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for! This Echo product is exactly what you've heard about their products: power, reliability, quality of construction...... I had a Toro blower/vac which was electric and I thought I might be sacrificing power for convenience and was I mistaken. The blower was exactly what I was looking for to use in my yard. The vac was capable of sucking up wet oak leaves and pine needles without any difficulty and mulching them into an easy 12 to 1 ratio. I even sucked up a river rock when picking up pine needles in my rock bed. The only downside is that you have to use a tool to fasten the larger portion of the vac assembly to the body. The tool is provided and it's well worth the effort!
Date published: 2008-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Blower, Bad Vac Overall a decent buy for the blower but would not buy or recommend if you are looking for a good Vac. Probably better options for a blower in this price range. Blower: 4.5 stars - The blower is light weight, has good power and starts very easily. Cut the time to "rake" my front and back yards (about 1/4 acre surrounded by mature trees) from 3+ hours to about an hour and a half. Vac: 1 star maybe less - The vac on the other hand is pretty much useless for picking up large quantities of leaves/debris. Not only is the shredder blade easily stopped by small sticks, rocks, etc, requiring shutdown and removal of the vac tube to clear, but the tube itself clogs just as easily if trying to pick up a lot at one time. More useful as an extremely light-duty clean-up sweeper than a true vac.
Date published: 2008-11-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works great when it decides to run I am on my second unit after only after having the first unit for a month. After a few weeks of using my second new blower I started having the same issues. The engine would flood and would not start up. To remedy my issues I take my air filter off before start up and when I shut the unit down I make sure to drain all the fuel. I was hopeful in buying the Echo but it seems to be poor quality. I believe next time I will avoid buying from a huge box store as I have heard they sell cheaper end models.. To the units credit is does everything I need to do when I get it started.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Echo shred n vac I had this blower for one year and the plastic claws that hold the vacuum tube broke. For paying almost $200 for this you would expect a stronger machine. I only used it about 3 times for vacuuming leaves. The rest of the time I used it for blowing grass clippings. Its a pretty powerful blower, but the vacuum is not that great. It is a pain to change it over from blower to vacuum and if a larger piece of twig gets caught in the shredder forget it. You have to take off the tube and clear it. It's better than raking, but I would look at other options before buying this machine. Good luck.
Date published: 2009-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must-have for yard maintenance and cleanup tool This is the blower/vac I frequently see the yard maintenance contractors use in the area. The metal shred blade is extremely effective, reducing virtually all intake to small particles - maximizes bag capacity. It is easy to assemble and easy to start. You will need to determine how to hold/carry the bag while using - not too difficult as there are many options. I just drag the bag around now as I vac the yard.
Date published: 2006-06-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It blows, but doesn't suck... I replaced a straight up Homelight blower with this, willing to pay the extra money for the Echo quality and vacuuming ability. Kudos on the ability to get it started easily, and it's blowing ability, but the vacuuming leaves a lot to be desired. I have a miniature oak that drops small leaves, and acorns. Not much luck in getting those picked up, at least ways not with out a lot of finagling the angle of attack on the vacuuming tube, and watching out for every little stick or twig. If one gets stuck, and that's fairly often, a screw driver is required to disconnect the big tube, pull out the stick, then put it back together. Doesn't sound like much, but after about 15-20 times, it was getting really old. Get this as a good blower, certainly a step up from my old $70.00 Homelight, but I think I should have believed the Consumer Reports that an electric may be better for the shredding end of the deal.
Date published: 2007-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ? The company should include a shoulder strap since there is a clip lug on the frame.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hard blow. Not so good suck It will strip the paint off your house blowing. But the shredder is weak
Date published: 2015-11-26
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