The DEWALT 20V MAX XR Leaf Blower is a great tool to have around the house. It has a powerful motor that can generate up to 125 MPH of air speed, and it also has a large 450 CFM capacity. This means that it can quickly and easily move leaves and other debris out of the way. Additionally, the 20V MAX XR Leaf Blower features an ergonomic design that makes it easy to hold and operate. It also has a built-in LED light that makes it easy to see what you're doing in low-light conditions. Finally, the leaf blower comes with a 2-year warranty, so you can be sure that you're getting a quality product.
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|Product Dimensions||12.69 x 7.63 x 22.44 inches|
|Product Weight||5.4 pounds|
All there is to know about DEWALT DCBL722P1
The 20 percent battery-powered handheld leaf blower offers the ability to move debris with an air volume of up to 450 cubic feet per minute and up to 125 miles per hour with the concentrator nozzle. The lightweight and ergonomic design of the cordless leaf blower allows the user to accelerate movement in the direction of the tip and addresses user fatigue. The variable-speed trigger and the speed lock allow you to execute all of the functions on the controller with full control.
Top Customer Reviews for DEWALT DCBL722P1
North Georgia Hawg rated DEWALT DCBL722P1 5 out of 5 stars on May 3, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
This things BLOWS (in a good way)!
I have 8 DeWALT 20 V Max tools, and just purchased this blower… so 9 now. I researched all of the DeWALT cordless blowers, and this one seemed to suit our needs the best. It's significantly less expensive than the 40V or the new 60V FlexVolt blower – and if the job's really big I breakout my Mac Daddy Stihl backpack 340 blower.I love having a cordless blower so I can roam around our property with hassling with a cord. I REALLY like the speed control on this blower… very sensitive, and I like being able to just squeeze the trigger a little to blow debris away from sensitive areas like flower beds, etc. without blowing the dirt everywhere with too much air.The large blow tube is nice, because it puts out a large wide column of air at a max of 90 MPH – which is plenty unless I'm blowing off huge quantities of fallen leaves in the spring or fall that require the big Stihl backpack blower. I also really like the stand that allows me to set the blower down and have it upright and ready to pick up again.DeWALT's brushless MAX line of cordless tools are the best things ever for the home handyman! I use my collection all the time, and I really like having a common battery that will work in all of them. I have 8 4A batteries and 2 2A ones that came wth the various tools, and each battery has its own charger – so I never have a dead battery problem.This blower comes with a 5A battery that is the exact same external size as the 4A ones, and it's own charger. I haven't run the battery all the way down yet – but I blew for probably 25 mins yesterday and the battery was still going strong when I stopped. Brushless motors ROCK!Well done, DeWALT! Highly recommended!I'm also considering the DeWALT 60V FlexVolt Chain Saw, to replace my aging Stihl chainsaw.Show more +
Electro4life86 rated DEWALT DCBL722P1 2 out of 5 stars on April 21, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Uh Something is wrong!
Well I purchased the leaf blower combo with the 5ah battery and after the first initial charge everything was running smoothly. The Blower is great for light to medium duty usage. Its lightweight and easy to move around. Cordless is the way to go! Ok so now to the problem. I go to charge the battery and the battery does not take a charge. At first I was thinking maybe bad charger so I swapped it with others I have and NOPE BATTERY STILL DOESNT CHARGE. I took another 5ah battery and placed on charger and it started working so now I confirmed its the new battery that came with the blower that is faulty. I cant believe I was only able to use the tool one time with the battery before it became useless. Im very disappointed in Dewalt that they can ship these bad batteries out knowing they have issues. Oh and I did leave the battery attached to the blower for 2 days before I encountered the problem. I believe the blower is causing some kind of draw on the battery which "kills" the cells inside and doesnt allow to take a charge. RIDICULOUS. I could leave my other dewalt batteries attached to my impact drivers, circular saw and sawzall for weeks! And still have the same charge left on the battery and be able to pick up where I left off. That's how it should be. Dewalt needs to make this right.Show more +