The AVID POWER 40V Cordless Leaf Blower is perfect for homeowners who want an easy to use, powerful leaf blower that can take care of small to large tasks quickly. This blower features 485 cfm airflow and 130 mph speed for superior performance. The two 2.0Ah batteries offer an hour of continuous use and areportable so you can take them with you when you need them most.
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|Product Dimensions||19 x 9 x 11 inches|
|Product Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||AVID POWER|
All You Need To Know About AVID POWER
Brushless motor brushless motor-affixed to this cordless leaf blower allows it to run twice faster while preserving motor life. 4 distinct speeds allow for heavy-duty jobs and less inconvenient tasks. All you have to do is depress the up and down buttons on a control panel to adjust the speed. portable and lightweight weighs only 6.3 lbs and features an ergonomic body so you can operate it comfortably with one hand. Passionately battery-powered leaf blower provides up to 485 cfm of air volume and up to 130 mph of air speed. Blowing leaves in your yard, sweeping debris and light snowfall from sidewalk and blowing dust from hard-to-clean corners are effortless when utilizing the filaments. Here is the charging description 1. The green one is the power indicator. When the WavesharerTM connect with AC household current, the green light is on. 2. The red one is the charge indicator. Blowing leaves in your yard, sweeping debris and light snowfall from sidewalk and blowing dust from hard-to-clean corners are effortless when utilizing the filaments. Here is the charging description 1. The green one is the power indicator. When the WavesharerTM connect with AC household current, the green light is on. 2. The red one is the charge indicator.
Top Customer Reviews for AVID POWER
rotwylrsrgr8 rated AVID POWER 4 out of 5 stars on May 10, 2022 and this is exact feedback provided:
Powerful but a little loud
I had been using Black & Decker in the past, but they just didn’t have the power I needed. This blower does not have that issue. It really moved debris – even without the turbo on. It’s great! But, it is rather loud so it’ll take some getting used to. The directions are wrong in the documentation-it says the lights will flash when charging. They don’t – it’s a solid red light while charging, but it does charge quickly. Overall, I think I’ll be happy I took a chance on this. 4 stars only because of how loud it is. Otherwise 5 for performanceShow more +
Vlad S. rated AVID POWER 2 out of 5 stars on June 6, 2022 and this is exact feedback provided:
Powerful and comfortable cordless leaf blower but batteries do not last, 3 rechargers to clean yard.
I’m going to be subjective in this review as first of all, I’ve been using corded blowers so far only and I got used to their power, and secondly, I already have another Avid Power product that I like very much. I wanted to replace my corded blower for some time now and I was looking at DeWalt or Ryobi brands as a primary option to share batteries with my other tools. Then I saw this Avid Power blower that was cheaper, came with dual batteries and I had a positive experience with Avid before, so I decided to give it a try.The blower seems to be well made, the handle is very comfortable to hold and has an anti-slip rubberized grip, which makes it easy to operate. In the rear side of the handle there are two sockets to plug in two batteries. Interestingly, when you operate the blower, it shows the charge of each battery separately. At the top front of the handle, you’ll find controls and indicators. It’s fairly simple to operate – there is a power button, two buttons to select blowing power, and a “turbo” button which I found very convenient as it allows you to temporarily kick it to full throttle while you hold the button. And there are several digital LED gauges that show the currently selected blowing power and a charge level of each battery. The blower comes in two pieces, the motor part, and a blowing tube, it’s easy to attach one to another and detach for storage. Also, there is a shoulder strap and I found it to be perfect and very convenient to carry around when blowing. The motor is located under the handle and the blowing tube is counterbalanced by batteries at the back making it a very well balanced and easy to operate device, many thanks to the design for thinking through the balancing aspect!It comes with two 2A 20V batteries and one charger. Batteries are proprietary and not compatible with DeWalt or Ridgid standards unfortunately. I was sort of hoping that they would be compatible with DeWalt as they looked just like DeWalt but even with visible similarities, same voltage, and almost identical locking mechanism, their connectors are different, and they cannot be interchanged. I would really prefer it if Avid would just license and reuse DeWalt or other big tool company battery standards. Said that, their batteries seem to work fine, and I’ll have to stock up on Avid batteries to run the blower for a longer time. It comes with a charger that takes only one battery at a time, which is surprising. The blower needs two batteries, and when I run out of power, I’ll need to charge both batteries, and I’ll have two to charge batteries one by one. Each battery charging cycle takes about 1-2h, so I can be non-operational for up to 4h!? Not good, not good at all. Or you need a dual charger, or a quick charger, or 4 batteries to swap 2×2.Now to the operations. It is very loud especially when running on “Turbo” mode, so you need to get used to it or even better get a pair of construction headphones to save your hearing. It is very powerful, heck it’s more powerful than my corded Toro blower! Controls are easy to use and are placed right under your finder. I really enjoyed doing a quick clean-up of my front yard with this blower. It ran for about 30 minutes (on medium setting) until the batteries were depleted, which I think is ok. But I was not able to clean the back yard as well that day because I had to wait for 4 hours until the batteries recharged :(.Attention! The manual has incorrect information – it says that the indicator will flash when charging. It is not true – during charging, the red LED stays on, when charged it changes to solid green.*** Bottom line (updated) ***Yes, I would recommend this blower if you don’t mind buying yet another battery type, I personally have too many batteries by now. The downside is that it takes 4h to recharge it due to the two-battery design. And batteries last only 20 minutes of high-power setting. 5 stars for power but due to battery design and weak batteries and other cons I’m gonna go for only 2 stars.UPDATE 6/12/2022: I’m taking off one star because the battery life is unacceptable. I had to recharge it 3 times, each time wasting 2 hours and I still could not finish cleaning my front yard. This is ridiculous, it runs out of power in like 20 mins (on high setting). For a small yard or a town house it might be ok, but for a larger yard it’s absolutely worthless. Going back to my corded Toro for now and will be looking at other cordless brands.Pros:1) Very well balanced.2) Ergonomic rubberized handle.3) Dual battery for higher power.4) Powerful blowing on-par with corded models.5) Easy to operate, my wife loves it :).Cons:1) Batteries last for only about 20 mins on high!!!2) Uses proprietary batteries.3) Comes with a single battery charger.4) The charger takes 4h for 2 batteries.5) 2.0 Amp batteries do not last long enough.6) Not as heavy-duty as DeWalt or Toro.7) Does not have a leaf muncher.8) Cannot “suck” leaves in a bag.9) Very loud.Show more +