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92 MPH 480 CFM 3-Speed Turbo 56-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Handheld Leaf Blower

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  • 2.0 Ah battery is compatible with all EGO power+ products
  • Turbine fan engineering delivers up to 480 CFM
  • Up to 1-hour run time on low setting with included battery

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The EGO POWER+ Blower is the first rechargeable blower to perform better than many premium gas-powered models. Turbine fan engineering, inspired by advanced aeronautics technology, delivers industry-leading power. The light-weight, compact, high-efficiency brushless motor delivers longer run time, low vibrations and an extended motor life. The advanced EGO POWER+ 56-Volt battery uses industry-leading Arc-Lithium technology to deliver Power Beyond Belief and is compatible with all EGO POWER+ products.

  • 2.0 Ah Power+ ARC lithium battery is compatible with all EGO Power+ products and chargers
  • High efficiency brushless motor
  • Turbo boost delivers 480 CFM
  • Variable-speed control delivers 250 CFM to 480 CFM
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • Up to 60-minute run time with included battery on low speed
  • 40 minute charge time with included battery and charger
  • Ergonomic design for superb balance and user comfort
  • 5-year limited warranty
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When I plug the battery into the wall charger it makes a engine noise that caught me off-guard. Is this normal?

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When I plug the battery into the wall charger it makes a engine noise that caught me off-guard. Is this normal? I have never charged something and had it make noise as it is charging.
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Yes, it is cooling the battery and charger!
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Yes, I think it's normal. Caught me off guard too. But didn't worry me. Battery completely charged after a little while and went quiet. Just the way it charges/operates. Normal.
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December 29, 2014
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Yes, it's normal. The type of battery used in the Ego tools gets warm while recharging, so the charger has a cooling fan to help extend the battery's life.
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December 29, 2014
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Yes, the noise you hear from the charger is normal. That's the fan inside the charger designed to help keep the battery and charger cool while charging.
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December 29, 2014
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You have nothing to worry about....it does make a loud noise; kinda sounds like a small airplane preparing to take flight.....
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Lafayette, LA, USA
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December 26, 2014
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Yes, this is normal. I think it's kinda cool. The first time I put the battery in the charger, this threw me off too. But the noise comes from a small cooling fan in the charger. It dissipates the heat generated by the charging process.
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Lake Placid, FL
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December 26, 2014
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When I first plug mine in, a cooling fan comes on in the charger. If that's what you're hearing, I think it's normal. I have three, and they all do the same thing.
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December 26, 2014
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Yes, mine did the same thing when charging. I thought it was unusual but I've had no problems with it at all. We've used it quite a bit.
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del rio, tx
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December 26, 2014
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Just a blower motor to cool the charger, no worries! You've got a big bad battery to charge, happy leaf blowing.
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Orlando, FL, USA
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Yes, the fan revs up during the quick charge. Once it's finished it turns off. Very cool.
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Warren, MI
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The battery charger does have a fan in it to cool the batteries while the pack is charging. It should have sort of light fan sound nothing too loud. If it is really loud you might have a bad charger.
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I had a similar reaction, it caught me off guard. A little research revealed that it was just an automatic cooling fan to allow for fast charging without hurting the internal electronics. Sometimes the fan comes on by itself during a charge, just keep an eye on the color-coded lights to be sure nothing is wrong as per the instructions. (Just used my Electric Blower today, worked like a charm! Been almost Read More
I had a similar reaction, it caught me off guard. A little research revealed that it was just an automatic cooling fan to allow for fast charging without hurting the internal electronics. Sometimes the fan comes on by itself during a charge, just keep an eye on the color-coded lights to be sure nothing is wrong as per the instructions. (Just used my Electric Blower today, worked like a charm! Been almost a year now.)
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can it be used as a vacumn

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I dont see any info on this
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No
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No. It is designed only as a blower.
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The Ego model does not offer double duty as a vacuum. It is a blower only.
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No it can not
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No, there is a large Intake Grill on the underside of the gray portion of the blower. One direction only I think...
...perhaps a shop vacuum?
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NO
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Can't be used as a vacuum, but that's not what I bought it for.
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It can not be used as a vacuum. Battery life on the supplied battery is about 20 minutes on highest speed, FYI.
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November 3, 2014
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Right now there's no vacuum attachment. When I'm using it on the higher settings loose leaves do tend to get sucked up to the intake grid. Since there's quite a bit of airflow into the unit when it's blowing, it looks like it ought to be possible to engineer a vacuum using an attachment and a slightly different configuration for the blower intake.
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Nope. Low ...high..turbo boost blowing only. Battery life is aweful.
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November 3, 2014
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Unfortunately, this is a blower only. It does not have a vacuum feature.
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Lawn blowing

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How well does this work blowing leaves off of a lawn?
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Although the manual states the purpose of this blower is for hard surfaces, I have used it on dry, freshly fallen maple leaves on trimmed grass without problem (low speed on my driveway and high speed with occasional turbo boost in the grass.)
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This works well on blowing leaves off of the lawn and patio.
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Depending on the lawn as well as the leaves, it does a good job. I have St. Augustine grass. If the grass is short (cut within a couple of days) and the leaves are dry, this blower does a good job. But if its time to cut the grass, it's takes a lot of time. That's when I take my Hitachi gas blower. This is a good blower but I live on 5 acres so there's no way it can replace my gas blower. It is very Read More
Depending on the lawn as well as the leaves, it does a good job. I have St. Augustine grass. If the grass is short (cut within a couple of days) and the leaves are dry, this blower does a good job. But if its time to cut the grass, it's takes a lot of time. That's when I take my Hitachi gas blower. This is a good blower but I live on 5 acres so there's no way it can replace my gas blower. It is very handy, though, for routine blowing of patio, garage, driveway, ect. Read Less
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Can't comment on that one from personal experience, Dave. I live in Florida so there aren't a whole lot of leaves falling! I use mine mainly to blow grass clippings off the driveway after mowing the lawn. But I CAN say that according to specs it moves a large volume of air, which would seem to indicate that it would be good at moving leaves. Also, from my years of living up north I can say that just Read More
Can't comment on that one from personal experience, Dave. I live in Florida so there aren't a whole lot of leaves falling! I use mine mainly to blow grass clippings off the driveway after mowing the lawn. But I CAN say that according to specs it moves a large volume of air, which would seem to indicate that it would be good at moving leaves. Also, from my years of living up north I can say that just about any blower does a good job with leaves up to a point, until the pile gets too high and then it gets harder and harder to move it much more. But the air volume could help here, I think.
For what it's worth, I really like this blower. The variable speed settings are great to tailor the wind flow to exactly what the job at hand needs. And the turbo boost button is great for when that extra push is needed.
Plus it's much quieter than any other blower I've ever used, whether gas or corded electric.
The main reason for I bought this unit, however, was because I also have the Ego mower, and the battery that comes with the blower has come in handy many times when I just had a little bit more to go to finish the yard after the main battery ran out. So it was almost like getting the blower for free, inasmuch as if I bought a 2nd battery, albeit the 4-amp one, it would still have cost me $199.
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October 10, 2014
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Very well, and can handle leaves that are under bushes and in hard-to-reach places.
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October 9, 2014
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I have a large, wooded back yard and it will blow dry leaves off of the grass on the high setting just fine but I have to use the turbo boost button if the leaves are damp. The turbo button drains the battery much faster than the high setting.
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Works just fine. I have not had any issues or concerns with it.
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I've never had one work better...and this one is cordless!
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Does a great job, enough power. The battery that is supplied with the blower will run about 15-20 minutes at full switch deflection. If that's all the time you need, it is great. I had to buy the 4 amp battery for an extra $150.00 to get enough staying power for my lawn.
It does not vacuum, FYI.
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This blower works terrific, best one I have ever used AAAAAA++++++
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It works great. Its default power switch feels as strong as my old gas blower, and its "turbo" button seems even more powerful. Its fast, quiet, and I really love it. I suspect you will be very pleased with its power.
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Can i leave the the battery on the charger, and will it continue to charge ,

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Lake Placid, FL
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November 10, 2014
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I leave mine on the charger, and the book says it's OK. It seems to me that after they reach full charge the charger shuts off rather than keeping the batteries topped off. I've found that if I have a battery on the charger for a prolonged period of time, it seems to help if I remove it and reinsert it for a quick top-off before starting to use it.
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The charger will turn off automatically when battery is fully charged. Also, you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging (no "memory").
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Only if the battery discharge.
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Yes. I leave my battery on the blower till it runs down. Then I put it on the charger and leave it there until I need the blower again. I've had no problems with leaving it on the charger.
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The battery charges to its maximum and then stops charging for safety reasons. If you leave it on the charger it will be 100% charged when you need it.
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September 16, 2014
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Yes, all EGO Power+ batteries can be left on the chargers after they are fully charged and they will not overcharge. Please note that if a battery is left on the charger for more than a month, the battery will perform a self-maintenance cycle and drop to 30% charge capacity. If this occurs, you would just re-install the battery on the charger to recharge it fully. Remember that one benefit of our Read More
Yes, all EGO Power+ batteries can be left on the chargers after they are fully charged and they will not overcharge. Please note that if a battery is left on the charger for more than a month, the battery will perform a self-maintenance cycle and drop to 30% charge capacity. If this occurs, you would just re-install the battery on the charger to recharge it fully. Remember that one benefit of our Lithium-Ion battery technology is that charged batteries can sit idle on the shelf for months and maintain their charge. Read Less
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It will stop charging when it is fully recharged. I use my blower several times a week and my once a week charge works for me.
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Yes, it will adjust to a trickle/maintenance charge. Great machine and it charges up quickly.
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September 14, 2014
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You sure can...once it's completely charged, I just unplug it the following day...doesn't lose any charge like a lot of other batteries/chargers...If you are asking once it's charged...does the charger keep trying to charge the battery? That's a no. Light stays on but you can hear that the charger not trying to charge the fully charged battery.
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Battery and charger are a new "smart charger" system that shuts down when the battery is charged. You can leave the battery on the charger until it is needed without damaging it...........
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Yes, as long as the charger is plugged in, it will keep the battery on charge. The charger has LED indicator lights to tell you what the charger is doing... Hope this helps!
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1325 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy on, easy to use This product uses the 56 volt lithium battery. The turbo power button is great but it uses a lot of power and drains the battery quickly. Overall, the blower is much easier to use than the traditional gas blowers in that there is no gas to mix, poor or make a mess with. It is just so much easier to pick it up and press the button; no pulling of cords and hoping that it starts. My only negative comment would be that the blower opening is too large which reduces the concentration of air at a single point. I would recommend a new attachment that would narrow at the end, more like a conventional blower, which would help concentrate the air flow. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EGO BLOWER in action I have other blowers that are electric and gas powered but needed something QUICK and EASY to use for small projects and this was the ticket. On sale through H.D. it was an easy purchase and even used my Pay Pal money to buy it. Happy with the purchase. May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Battery/ Charger My reason for giving this a 3 is because we bought this in July 2015. IN June, the base and battery were dead. Unfortunately, we were on vacation and could not return until end of July. A few days past , 1 yr. and Home depot would not replace. This was not a cheap blower. to replace battery etc. just as expensive as new. August 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My fall was wonderful this year.... This is the most powerful battery operated blower I have used. It's so much more powerful than my cheaper blower I used previously. It's a bit more heavy than my last blower but worth the extra weight and money. My only concern is when the battery will degrade as the blower is more pricey as well as a replacement battery. This blower is quieter than a gas blower and made my leaf blowing this season very easy. In the past I could not clear off heavy leaf coverage which this blower handled fine for me. I'm just wondering if I can use it to clear my walkways this winter with it when we have a light snow. I recommend it although I've only had it for about 1 month. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ego 56 volt lithium leaf blower The battery and holder look like a space ship dock..amusing..it does charge very quickly. It has enough power to clear debris easily from the driveway and the flower beds. It's velocity is fully adjustable so you don't blow your mulch away too. It is balanced and weighs similiarly to a corded unit. I was so impressed with the quality I bought Ego's 24" 56 volt 1/2 inch cutting hedge trimmer and use the same battery for both. That trimmer cuts hedges like going through butter! You will not be able to vacuum up debris as there is no attachment for that. Maybe that is in the making, so I will be keeping my corded unit for that purpose. The battery lasts at least 1/2 hour to 45 minutes while using the turbo setting most of the time. I'm still figuring that part out, but have not used it enough yet. The fall will be the true test! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lightweight, Strong Power, Easy Handling This blower has it all. Battery fully charges in less than an hour - maybe even less than a half-hour. It's lightweight and easy to handle. It's very easy to switch from hand-to-hand while in the middle of blowing without any interruption in blowing. And actually what I like the best is that when you first press the buttons to start blowing, the blowing comes up gently from 0 to 100% which makes it so much better when you're in tighter corners like the garage. So you can get that initial gentle blowing to get in tighter spaces without it starting instantly at 100%. This was a more expensive blower for sure, but worth every penny. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best blower I've ever owned This is the best blower I’ve ever owned. It’s not a gas blower but it has more than enough power to sweep up dry leaves. After the initial battery charge I used it to clean my back and front yards, drive way and side walk. It took about 1hr. mostly on low speed and the battery held up fine. I really like the slow start feature. This minimizes blowing that pile of leaves in the wrong direction. It’s light weight and well balanced and no cord. It was a little pricey but I’m happy with the performance and I do recommend it. July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Leaf Blower This works very well and has adjustable speeds which comes in handy. A little on the heavy side but the battery is massive and has never died on me yet. August 3, 2016
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