Industrial Power Tools World's Lightest Commercial 4-Stroke Blower
- Powerful and fuel efficient 24.5 cc 4-stroke commercial duty engine
- Meets or exceeds EPA and CARB exhaust and evaporative emissions regulations
- Mechanical Automatic Engine Decompression for quicker, easier starts
- Large capacity muffler ensures quieter operation at 67dB(A)
- Compact design with less weight (only 9.8 lbs.)
- Dual stage air filter is replaceable and easily accessible
- Soft grip for less vibration, and convenient cruise control lever for reduced operator fatigue
- Long Nozzle (665-95009-00)
- Round end nozzle (665-95010-00)
- Tool kit (690-90590-00)
Engine Displacement (cc) 24.5 Engine Power (hp) 1.1 Max. Air Velocity (mph.) 145 Max. Air Volume (cfm.) 356 Fuel Automobile Gasoline Fuel Tank Capacity (oz.) 17.6 Sound Pressure (dB(A)) 67 Dry Weight (lbs.) 9.8 UPC Code 088381-080101
- Customer Reviews
Average! Customer Rating:(6 Reviews)
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January 30th, 2014
Comment:I purchased this blower after comparing and reviewing several different name brand models. I wasn't sure about Makita with a gas powered engine but all their electric tools are top notch. I decided to go with the Makita because of their reputation and the fact that this model is a 4 stroke gas blower (No oil mixing). I followed the directions and it cranked on the third pull. ( Took that long to get the gas in the carb) Every since that it cranks the first pull after priming it. It has excellent blowing power and is very quiet. I am very pleased with its preformance. The only con is being a hand held blower it does get tiresome holding it for long periods of time a shoulder strap would be very helpful designed to work with it.
October 17th, 2013
Comment:light-weighted. easy operation/control. very good.
October 5th, 2013
Comment:Owned it for 2 years and it has never failed to start. It's almost fun to start. It's quiet with more than enough power. I'd guess the 2 strokes may have a better power-to-weight ratio, but if you can't start the 2 strokes, they aren't much good, are they? If you have ever lived through the unbridled rage of having something that did not start on a consistent basis, this is a wonderful machine. I love it. Although you don't have to mix the oil, you'd better be careful to make sure you change the oil and check it, this is a little engine and I'd guess it would not tolerate being run out of oil. If you are using it and turn it on it's side or upside down, it will spew out oil smoke. It's only happened to me twice and it's not a big deal, not something I feel is a negative, given the quietness and ease of starting.
June 26th, 2013
Comment:I am very happy with this item...always trust Makita to put out a quality and reasonably priced item. The merchandise was delivered in reasonable time, easy to assemble, easy to start. Powerful enough to move the debris I needed . I would recommend this product.
December 9th, 2012
Works just like all my Makita Electric tools- GREAT!!
Comment:I was a little skeptical at first, must of my garden tools are two cycle machines, so you get used to the oil/gas mix and the smoke. But being kind of a gear head, I know a four cycle is more efficient and not as noisy. Was pleasantly surprised when the blower started on the second pull and no monkey business. Works as advertised and would recommend this machine very highly....
October 16th, 2012
Comment:the Makita blower is quiet and powerfull for its size. it is light weight and started on the first pull
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