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Dewalt DCBL722B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Blower (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Fasteners Inc has Dewalt DCBL722B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Blower (Tool Only) on sale for $108.98. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • Up to 450 CFM of air volume and up to 125 Mph with concentrator
  • Innovative axial fan designed to maximize air output and run time
  • Low noise during operation - 66 dB(A)
  • High-efficiency brushless motor helps extend run time and motor life
  • Lightweight and ergonomic design allows for easy control and arm movement
  • Variable trigger and speed lock for precise power control
About this Store:
  • Fasteners Inc runs chain of stores in Northern, CA.
  • Fasteners Inc is a DeWalt Authorized Dealer
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Fastenersinc [fastenersinc.net] is offering the DeWalt DCBL722B 125 MPH 450 CFM 20-Volt MAX Cordless Brushless Handheld Blower for $109.99 >Now $108.98. Shipping is free.

Features:
  • Up to 450 CFM of air volume and up to 125 Mph with concentrator
  • Innovative axial fan designed to maximize air output and run time
  • Low noise during operation - 66 dB(A), ideal for noise restrictive regions and properties**
  • High-efficiency brushless motor helps extend run time and motor life
  • Lightweight and ergonomic design allows for easy control and arm movement
  • Variable trigger and speed lock for precise power control
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Tindady asked this question on 03-03-2021 at 07:19 AM

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is this good enough to clean up grass clippings off walkways/driveway after mowing the lawn? I have a gas powered backpack beast for leafs. So I want something a little lighter. But if this is too underpowered, i'll stick to my backpack one.
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The Milwaukee version "blows" this away (have this and the Milwaukee). Also tried a Worx version (HD brand) and one other.

Dewalt also has a 40v one, but that one is flaky as all get go, lasting about 2 seasons while slowly running into wind-up-wind-down problems even on a full battery.

If you're looking for a battery operated eco-system to get into, get Milwaukee.
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Quote from Dr. J :
Anyone that thinks they could use this for any kind of serious leaf cleanup needs their head examined. It's perfect for garage and patio blowout though.
It was brushless I assumed it could do my whole lawn lol

No I was trying to get it to do some sidewalks and other area my handheld gas blower normally does. Backpack for everything else. Honestly it couldn't keep up with my 15 year old 2 stroke handheld 25cc.
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is this good enough to clean up grass clippings off walkways/driveway after mowing the lawn? I have a gas powered backpack beast for leafs. So I want something a little lighter. But if this is too underpowered, i'll stick to my backpack one.
I have the bigger Echo backpack blower and the handheld gas one. I got the previous version of this and love it for keeping front patio and driveway clear. The backpack I use when I cut the lawn as it is much faster. I gave the handheld echo to a friend. I also use this for the truck after washing, blowing out the garage, much much faster than a broom. If you have the batteries, get this.
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Its good but uses lots of battery 🔋 power . It goes through a 5AMP battery in 30 minutes.
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Are these types of blowers in general ok to dry my vehicle after washing it or should I get a blower with a filter built in so debris doesn't harm anything? Car detailing sites advertise their blowers to dry the vehicles as having filters built in. Don't know if that's just marketing or what.
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#22
any equivalent Ryobi version
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did this just come out? i'd imagine deals could get better if i waited like they did with the last gen blower ($99 + free 5ah battery)
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Quote from twodaparty :
Are these types of blowers in general ok to dry my vehicle after washing it or should I get a blower with a filter built in so debris doesn't harm anything? Car detailing sites advertise their blowers to dry the vehicles as having filters built in. Don't know if that's just marketing or what.
I use similar blowers I guess you'll get whatever's in the air in the stream but wouldn't it just pick up more of the same on the way to the car? I guess if I had a super expensive car maybe I'd think about it...
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Legit store but I bought this for $99 back in September at this store.
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Great blower but crushes a 4ah battery after about 5-8 mins of consistent blowing
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Will this blow leaves well? I have a 5ah Dewalt battery already but I want a blower that can handle leaves.
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Quote from mvn910 :
I ordered once ... it worked out well... Another order has been placed for this blower ...
Seconded
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This seems like a better deal https://www.grainger.com/product/...ype-58JM24
Are there different types of DCBL722B?
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I have two maple trees in my backyard. I have 3 20V max batteries. Will this be sufficient for Fall cleanup?
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