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Husqvarna 350BT 50.2cc 2-Cycle X-Torq Gas Powered Midsize Backpack Blower EXPIRED

BigPun 632 202 September 9, 2012 at 05:59 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-09-2012 by yuugotserved at 07:40 AM View Original Post
Amazon has Husqvarna 350BT 50.2cc 2-Cycle X-Torq Gas Powered Midsize Backpack Blower for $243.89 - extra $20 off during checkout = $223.89 with free shipping. Thanks BigPun

Price Research: Our research indicates that Husqvarna 350BT 50.2cc 2-Cycle X-Torq Gas Powered Midsize Backpack Blower is $46 lower (17% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $270 to $320. - yuugotserved
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Edited September 9, 2012 at 02:55 PM by widgit
Husqvarna 350BT 50.2cc 2-Cycle X-Torq Gas Powered 180 MPH Midsize Back Pack Blower is $243.89 - $20 promo at checkout = $ 223.89 shipped

Had my eye on this for awhile, typically $300 or more + tax

Realize this is not your average 25cc blower. Should be a fun leaf season for me Smilie

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002FU5SKU?sp=1
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#16
I have enjoyed my Husky backpack blower for years.
Cranks FIRST PULL almost every time, idles great, good power, no arm fatigue, easily blasts piles of clippings rather than raking too. Deceptively quiet, but wear ear plugs anyway - hearing aids are troublesome and expensive. I'll never go back to hand-held again. You're gonna like this one!
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In for 1 - going to need one when we move in a few months and this is perfect! Thanks OP!
Huh, I never thought of using a blower to move with, but it just might work with this one Big Grin
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Thanks OP in 4 1 for the upcoming leaf season in NJ.
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thank you & repped
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i own a smaller Husqvarna gas blower and it is hands down wayyyy better than both the ryobi i used to own and try bilt one that i used to own. Husqvarna will cost a little more when compared to similar spec items in respective categories however it is always worth it imho, same applies to Dewalt imho.

great deal here, repped op!
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#21
Nice!!! Had a $75 Amazon GC...final cost $148 shipped. I hope this thing is pretty strong.

I have this currently....is this Husq. stronger than this?

http://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-RB2...eaf+blower
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I should get this but I'm stuck.

My mom lives 330 miles away. Every year we go down for thanksgiving and she has leaves all over her 1/2 acre yard. She has oak trees and she's right next to the woods so there are huge amount of leaves. The kids help and it still takes us (kids, wife, me) all day to do her leaves. It's pretty awful actually even borrowing a back pack blower from the neighbor.

I need this but only once per year, I have leaves but I can rake mine and run them over with the mulching mower, I don't really need a blower, plus I have a hand held gas one if I decide I do need one.

But I hate to buy this thing just to use at my Mom's house once per year. Last year, I borrowed the neighbor's backpack blower but it doesn't feel right to do that every year.

If I get this I'd even have to mix up the gas and oil every year and either run it dry or use stabil because she pays someone to mow her grass, she's 77 and doesn't use any lawn equipment herself.

Suggestions?
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#23
I am loving my new Hitachi blower i got from an Amazon deal months ago. It is very good quality and blows baby!
This is it
http://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-RB2...chi+blower
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I should get this but I'm stuck.

My mom lives 330 miles away. Every year we go down for thanksgiving and she has leaves all over her 1/2 acre yard. She has oak trees and she's right next to the woods so there are huge amount of leaves.

I need this but only once per year, I have leaves but I can rake mine and run them over with the mulching mower, I don't really need a blower, plus I have a hand held gas one if I decide I do need one.

But I hate to buy this thing just to use at my Mom's house once per year. Last year, I borrowed the neighbor's backpack blower but it doesn't feel right to do that every year.

If I get this I'd even have to mix up the gas and oil every year and either run it dry or use stabil because she pays someone to mow her grass, she's 77 and doesn't use any lawn equipment herself.

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Buy a quality chainsaw instead and save yourself the work every year.
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I am loving my new Hitachi blower i got from an Amazon deal months ago. It is very good quality and blows baby!
This is it
http://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-RB2...chi+blower
That is what I have....wondering if this one is more powerful or are you just getting the backpack conveinience??
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Buy a quality chainsaw instead and save yourself the work every year.
LOL but she likes her trees and I can't cut the whole woods down, the woods doesn't even belong to my mom.

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That is what I have....wondering if this one is more powerful or are you just getting the backpack conveinience??
the backpack one will be a lot more powerful.
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I should get this but I'm stuck.

My mom lives 330 miles away. Every year we go down for thanksgiving and she has leaves all over her 1/2 acre yard. She has oak trees and she's right next to the woods so there are huge amount of leaves. The kids help and it still takes us (kids, wife, me) all day to do her leaves. It's pretty awful actually even borrowing a back pack blower from the neighbor.

I need this but only once per year, I have leaves but I can rake mine and run them over with the mulching mower, I don't really need a blower, plus I have a hand held gas one if I decide I do need one.

But I hate to buy this thing just to use at my Mom's house once per year. Last year, I borrowed the neighbor's backpack blower but it doesn't feel right to do that every year.

If I get this I'd even have to mix up the gas and oil every year and either run it dry or use stabil because she pays someone to mow her grass, she's 77 and doesn't use any lawn equipment herself.

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Hire a lawn service or have the neighbor over for Thanksgiving.
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LOL but she likes her trees and I can't cut the whole woods down, the woods doesn't even belong to my mom.


the backpack one will be a lot more powerful.
I wasn't thinking about using the chainsaw on the trees...Big Grin
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Hire a lawn service or have the neighbor over for Thanksgiving.
Yeah, I think I'm going to see how much it costs for the lawn people to do the leaves. If it's $40 like it costs to cut the grass, I'll gladly pay it.

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I wasn't thinking about using the chainsaw on the trees...Big Grin
That's disturbing..
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#30
Grabbed one before they go out of stock!! Hope this comes around! Will be great for some cul-de-sac cleanup also!
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