The DEWALT 20V MAX XR Leaf Blower is a cordless, handheld blower that is designed to move leaves and debris quickly and easily. It has a powerful motor that produces up to 125 mph of air velocity and 450 cfm of air volume, which means it can move a lot of material quickly. It also has an ergonomic design that makes it easy to hold and use, and the battery lasts for up to 15 minutes on a single charge. This leaf blower is ideal for anyone who needs to quickly clear leaves and debris from their yard or driveway.
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Major Information Of DEWALT DCBL722B
|Product Dimensions||11.68 x 6.62 x 21.43 inches|
|Product Weight||5.4 pounds|
All There Is To Know About DEWALT DCBL722B
The barometric separator allows the air volume to be regulated into up to 450 cubic feet per minute and up to 125 miles per hour. Because it offers a lightweight ergonomic design, the handheld cordless leaf blower enables users to effortlessly direct the airflow and have a rest from physical activity. The variable speed function and speed lock enable the user to affect using all of the device’s features.
Top Customer Reviews for DEWALT DCBL722B
Erictorri rated DEWALT DCBL722B 5 out of 5 stars on May 16, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
Great blower can use the same battery as my other 20-volt toys
Lots of power and battery lasts 30 minutesShow more +
Donald A. Murphy rated DEWALT DCBL722B 2 out of 5 stars on May 27, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
I have to question any 5 star reviews
Let me be clear: I love Dewalt. I have nearly all Dewalt tools, most on the 20V platform, so this blower made sense to replace an old 32V Worx blower I’ve had for years. I got the new Dewalt blower today, popped in a 20V battery (fully charged), and used it to clear grass from the sidewalk in front of my house after mowing the lawn. The blower stopped after LESS THAN 5 MINUTES. So Dewalt, you’re telling me I have to change batteries (I have six) every five minutes?Objectively, nothing wrong with the blower, but clearly, the motor used is too much for the 20V system. I need to give some thought to either returning it, or spending $200 to buy a couple 60V Flexvolt batteries, raising the cost of the blower substantially. Disappointing…Show more +