Makita X2 XBU02Z 36-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Blower Bare Tool

by Makita
$219.00

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Condition: New
SKU: XBU02Z
Features
  • Sound pressure rating of 61 dB(A); measured per ANSI B 175.2 standard
  • Makita-built motor produces a maximum air velocity of 120 MPH
  • 6-stage air velocity/volume selection dial with variable speed control trigger
  • Delivers up to 28 minutes of run time at 15,800 RPM using two 18V LXTa 5.0Ah batteries (batteries not included)
  • Zero emissions and reduced maintenance; no need for gas or oil
  • Two 18V LXTa Lithium-Ion batteries deliver the power and run time for gas powered demands without leaving the 18V LXTa platform (batteries not included)
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 36-5/8 long
  • Weighs only 9.0 lbs. with batteries (batteries not included) for reduced operator fatigue
  • Features Extreme Protection Technology (XPTa„) which is engineered to provide increased dust and water resistance in harsh job site conditions
  • Instant start-up; simply load two 18V LXTa batteries and the blower is ready to use
What's in The Box
  • Makita XBU02Z LXT 18V X2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Blower (Bare Tool)
  • Owner's Manual
Warranty
  • 3-Year Limited Factory Warranty
  • 30 Day Satisfaction Guaranteed
Specifications
Series: LXT
Cordless: Yes
Voltage: 36V
Height: 19.25 in.
Length: 8.75 in.
Width: 22.25 in.
Weight: 9.25 lbs.
Air Flow (CFM): 473
Air Speed (MPH): 120
Batteries Included: Bare Tool
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Mulching Capability: No
Noise Rating (dBA): 60.2
Speed Controls: Variable
Speed Settings: 11,400 - 21,500 RPM

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Leaf Blower

Considerably more powerful than my Makita DUB182Z, which I have been happy with for years.

Cuts the time in 1/2 or less.

Great for small assignments.



Pros- Comparable to electric or small gas blowers



Cons- A bit heavy, and the back pressure is tiring on the forearm and wrist.

The optional Shoulder strap might help, but nothing listed in Makita catalog.



4AH Batteries are somewhat short lived, but OK for small jobs.



I would recommend it for the homeowner with small to medium yards, who does not want gas, or be tethered.