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Ryobi 155 MPH 300 CFM 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Jet Fan Blower
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Ryobi

155 MPH 300 CFM 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Jet Fan Blower

  • Gas-like power: jet fan design delivers 155 MPH and 300 CFM
  • Variable-speed trigger for adjustable clearing power
  • 5-year limited warranty; 90-day no-risk satisfaction guarantee
$149.00 /each

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The Ryobi 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Jet Fan Blower boasts gas-like power and takes cordless tools to the next level. With a sophisticated jet fan design powered by a 40-Volt lithium-ion battery, this cordless blower provides fade-free operation at 155 MPH and 300 CFM. It features a pressure-sensitive trigger for airspeed control and a soft-grip handle for user comfort and command.

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  • Works with all Ryobi 40-Volt lithium-ion tools and batteries
  • 40-Volt lithium-ion battery and 90 minute quick charger included
  • Jet fan design for gas-like power
  • Ideal for dry leaves, lawns and hard surfaces
  • Soft-grip handle for user comfort and command
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Can this be used to blow light snow in the winter?

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October 26, 2016
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can it be used for snow on my car
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September 19, 2016
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Yes it can - will do a great job
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September 4, 2016
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This blower will not be very effective with snow blowing.
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August 25, 2016
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Sorry, live in Florida and does well with blowing leaves....
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August 25, 2016
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Yes, as long as it is reasonably dry snow.
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August 25, 2016
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I live in So Cal, but I would say if the snow is light and powdery, no problem. If the snow is icy, I would think you would need something with a bit more power.
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Oakland MI
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August 25, 2016
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Yes you can. I have actually done that with this. It just depends on how wet the snow is and deep. but does work great on light fluffy snow.
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August 25, 2016
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Although this blower is very powerful, it is intended for use on dry leaves and grass. Snow is often icy/wet clumpy and tends to stick to itself. The snow would have to be very cold and loose to be able to clear away with this blower. I use my blower to keep my Florida porch, deck and sidewalks clear of debris. It works great, and I don't have the worry of dragging around and winding up cords.
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August 25, 2016
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Should be able to. Its pretty strong. When edging my side walk i will use it to scrape chunks of dirt loose and as soon as its loose it gets blown away. If the snow isnt light enough to move could try the scrape method. Would only suggest this for small areas though like walkways, porch, small deck etc. Full sized driveway, lots of sidewalk, etc. Would say itd still work but recommend a few extra Read More
Should be able to. Its pretty strong. When edging my side walk i will use it to scrape chunks of dirt loose and as soon as its loose it gets blown away. If the snow isnt light enough to move could try the scrape method. Would only suggest this for small areas though like walkways, porch, small deck etc. Full sized driveway, lots of sidewalk, etc. Would say itd still work but recommend a few extra batteries, and a lot of time to spare. Read Less
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August 24, 2016
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You can blow Light snow off your car or ornimental plants as long as it has not re-freezed but you would need a real snow blower for your driveway or sidewalk.
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HOW DOES THE BATTERY LAST ON ONE CHARGE ?

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The 2.4 amp hour 40 volt battery lasts about 15 minutes at high speed. The available 5 Amp Hour Battery will last about 30 minutes at high speed. If you have other Ryobi 40 volt tools, you can charge up all the batteries and swap them into your blower and let the unused batteries charge. The charger charges at 60 watts per hour so the 2.4 Amp hour battery of 94 watt hours takes 1.5 hours to charge. The 5 Read More
The 2.4 amp hour 40 volt battery lasts about 15 minutes at high speed. The available 5 Amp Hour Battery will last about 30 minutes at high speed. If you have other Ryobi 40 volt tools, you can charge up all the batteries and swap them into your blower and let the unused batteries charge. The charger charges at 60 watts per hour so the 2.4 Amp hour battery of 94 watt hours takes 1.5 hours to charge. The 5 amp hour battery takes 3 to 3.5 hours to charge. To get the longest life out of all Lithium Ion Batteries, charge them right after use and top them of every month. if you have Not used the battery in the last month, "top off" before use to get tyhe maximum use time. Read Less
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November 17, 2015
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Saying that the battery could last up to 45 minutes is insufficient information. I would say that it depends on the job you have to do. Today is Nov 17,it's windy and will soon rain.I'm trying to blow leaves from maple trees. My brand new fully-charged battery lasted less than 20 minutes. This blower may work for a lighter application, but is insufficient for what I need to accomplish right now.
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August 19, 2015
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About 20-25 minutes of continuous use.
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The large battery lasted 15 minutes for me.
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July 22, 2015
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I used the battery for both the blower and edger/trimmer and used only half the battery. Love the versatility I have with battery-operated lawn equipment.
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July 14, 2015
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I would say around an hour. I've never run it out blowing, but swap it between the blowwer and my 40V string trimmer/edger. Still has power left after using it on both on my yard, large pool deck and driveway.
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July 9, 2015
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Hello ANNIE, Our line of 40V Lithium-Ion batteries can last up to 45 minutes per charge. thanks for reaching out!
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July 9, 2015
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Remember you must charge before first use. How long the battery will last is dependent on how much power you use. At full speed the battery will not last as long. I am pleased with how long mine ran. I used on a medium driveway, around pool, cleaned garage, and still had power, all without having to move extension cords around. jOe
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July 8, 2015
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My experience has been no more than 30 min., if you run it constantly. You will experience diminished CFM as the battery drains. This is true of all of the 40V products produced by Ryobi which use this battery. I have purchased the chain saw, expand-it trimmer and cutter along with the blower. I returned the blower... it's not worth the price of the battery.
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I can blow out my garage, driveway, patio, sidewalk and front porch with no problem. I'm guessing at 20 to 30 minutes. Never use the gas blower now.
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Wll this pick up pine needles?

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August 25, 2016
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Pick them up no. Blow them yes. Though it would still be difficult. Reason being is pineneedles dont have a lot of surface space to catch wind, that and if in grass they tend to intertwine with it.
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It is a Blower only, but, it will push them into a pile for you to pick up by hand. With pine needles, wear gloves when picking them up.
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no, it is a blower only.
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It is a blower and not a vacuum. It will blow pine needles.
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December 26, 2014
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Yes, even wet ones!
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December 9, 2014
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This is not a vac it only is a blower and for blowing on pavement it will move needles on lawn different story.
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Yes, but you'll need to use full power, which tends to drain the battery quicker. I only get 10-minutes of use when using at full power
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November 15, 2014
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It will blow pine needles real good. Pick up, I don't think this blower can vacuum like electric or gas with the bags.
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October 31, 2014
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not across your lawn, it will move them down the driveway or sidewalk.
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October 31, 2014
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Yes, it will move pine needles. Great question!
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does the battery discharge during non-use?

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I had a full charge on the battery, the blower sat for a few days with the battery installed, I went to use it and the battery was dead. Also when I'm using the blower it is blowing at full power for 20 to 30 minutes and then in an instance it will stop working. Is this normal?
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They are lithium, and thus hold a charge quite a while when on the shelf...(Months)
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I have not noticed any non-use battery discharge, but I use my blower often to keep our Florida patio, driveway and sidewalks clear of dirt, leaves and grass clippings. It always runs several times before needing to recharge the batteries.
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August 10, 2016
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The battery seems to hold a charge between charges. You can see how much charge there is in the batter via the battery "thingy" on the front of the battery. It seems quite accurate.
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August 1, 2016
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Hi, the battery should not lose charge from just sitting a few days. and a lithium ion battery will go full power until it dies.
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At slow rate .
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No. It is held in place securely. After 4 months, still
The best blower I ever had
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Dear Skeptical: All batteries discharge gradually. I always leave my Ryobi batteries plugged into a charger when they are not in use. Ryobi chargers automatically stop charging when the battery is full, and will keep it 'topped off'.

You are correct about the run time -- which averages 20 to 30 minutes for me at full power. All of the 40-volt tools simply stop when the battery is depleted. I have
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Dear Skeptical: All batteries discharge gradually. I always leave my Ryobi batteries plugged into a charger when they are not in use. Ryobi chargers automatically stop charging when the battery is full, and will keep it 'topped off'.

You are correct about the run time -- which averages 20 to 30 minutes for me at full power. All of the 40-volt tools simply stop when the battery is depleted. I have found that you can significantly extend the run time and get better results with the blower by varying the power level, which is easy with the trigger.

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The battery should not go dead after setting a few days. All batteries lose charge over time but lithium Ion batteries hold charge for a very long time. The blower uses up the battery faster than the other cordless tools. 20-30 minutes using the blower is the max run time you should expect from a fully charged battery.
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I have not had this issue. How old is the battery? My fully charged battery will last about 40 minutes, with enough power to use on my trimmer, edger and blower with one light of charge left.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 654 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by While convenient, the battery drain makes the product useless for a yard of leaves. I don't have a big yard, but went through a partial and full battery in about 30 minutes of use. One battery came with the blower, another with the grass trimmer I purchased a year ago. I bought the blower only because I already had the trimmer (which has two broken parts in a year of use). So at this point I would recommend no one buy any of the 40v products. Despite their reasonable cost, they are too low quality for more than minimal usage. October 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bought one of these last Saturday at hd...brought it home, charged it and got about 30 minutes of excellent blowing power before the battery died. Put the battery back in the charger Sun. Night. When I checked in the morning, the charger was still flashing red green. I tried the battery in the blower and got about 10 seconds of blow before it died. Went back in the charger but six hours later charger was still flashing. Called Ryobi and a tech told me I had a defective battery. Brought entire unit back to HD yesterday am and exchanged it. Brought the new one home and the EXACT same scenario played out. Just called Ryobi and got the same response. Major issues here!! October 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Have been using 18 volt Ryobi blower. It is good, but a little under powered. Needed more power to blow out gutters between roof and screen room/patio. Roof and screen room create a "v" that causes the gutter to fill with leaves. The leaves will deteriorate into wet mulch. The only way to remove the wet mess was with a trowel or big spoon. This blower handled the leaf mess without having to spoon it out. Very pleased with the power. I'm sure the normal drive way cleaning will be a snap. The blower is heavy. You can just let it hang on your arm and swing it back and forth to avoid most of the arm fatigue that the extra weight would add. If you have arthritic hands it may not be for you. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Battery doesn't always charge Worked great out of the box and initial battery charge lasted a total of about 30-45 minutes and has a very easy handle, light weight, powerful air speed. However, once the charge expired, I charged it overnight, and it didn't work, battery still indicated it needed charging. Unplugged, took battery out and plugged back in -several times - all indicating it was charging. Another overnight and still no use. Finally, the third morning, it worked. Not sure why that happened, but I'll keep watching it and if it takes that long each time, I'll return it. If not for that (hopefully) one-time battery issue, I love it! October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great blower. Enjoyed it while it worked. However, Im getting ready to take it back for the 2nd time due to a "defective battery or charger" time for something different... October 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value. It does the job. I like the product since I do not have to mess with gasoline, tuneup, and other inconveniences associated with gasoline blower. Most of my needs are of light blowing. As such, this unit is quite satisfactory. There are times I wished it had more power, though. October 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Ok but the 18 volt is cheaper and as good We have bought both the 18 volt blower and the 40 volt blower. The power for both is about the same and the run time is about the same. for the Price, the 18 volt is the better purchase. October 20, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Poor battery life, just 15 minutes! I thoughta 40 volt battery would last longer than 15 minutes. October 18, 2016
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