Maxlander’s Leaf Blower Cordless with Battery and Charger is perfect for homeowners who need a powerful, cordless leaf blower to clean up leaves and debris on their property. With 335cfm of air flow and a speed dial battery powered option, this leaf blower is ideal for quickly clearing away leaves, snow, or debris. Plus, the 2-speed dial makes it easy to adjust the airflow to match your needs. The Maxlander Leaf Blower Cordless with Battery and Charger is also easy to use – just plug it in and start blasting!
335cfm power for powerful leaf blowing -2-speed dial battery powered leaf blower -electric leaf blower with 2pcs batteries for easy and quick use -easy to assemble and use -requires 2 C batteries (not included)
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Essential Information Of MAXLANDER cordless leaf blower
cordless leaf blower
35 x 5 x 9 inches
Everything You Should Know About MAXLANDER cordless leaf blower
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Easy to use
I wanted a reliable,intermediate duty blower and decided on this one and I’m not regretting it. It meets my expectations based on the reviews and its performance. Another reason I’m compelled to give it high marks is the seller. One of the batteries was defective so I contacted them. They responded quickly and and asked a couple of basic questions to determine that the battery was indeed defective. They promptly shipped a replacement battery. Also a comment on the batteries. They charge quickly and last at least as long as described. I am very satisfied with the purchase and the seller and I would recommend this product.
Top Customer Reviews for MAXLANDER cordless leaf blower
Linda L. Taylor rated MAXLANDER cordless leaf blower 5 out of 5 stars on October 31, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
Lightweight it is!!
I have never owned a leaf blower but due to getting older and a major surgery raking is just too much, so I read reviews and decided to give this one a try and so glad I did. It is very light weight, I had no problem handling it through both batteries. Each battery held up for quite awhile as stated in the description, they charge pretty quickly too. If your on the fence about ordering a leaf blower, you can’t go wrong with this one. My use was for blowing leaves out of the garage (and it took all the dust and dirt too) and then pine needles and leaves off the patio. Very pleasantly surprised and satisfied with my purchase. It is very quiet compared to the ones I hear neighbors using, easy on the ears.
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Nick P from CT rated MAXLANDER cordless leaf blower 3 out of 5 stars on December 26, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
Works fine for pathways and sidewalks – not so great for larger piles or wet leaves.
They give you 2 batteries which I think is great – the only problem is the leaf blower is not very powerful.If you’re using this to blow away grass clippings in your driveway/sidewalk after mowing the lawn – it’s great! If you’re using it to blow some dry leaves into a pile on a sidewalk or driveway – it’s good.If you’re using it to blow damp leaves, or trying to move large groups of leaves at once – it’s terrible.There is a Turbo button that when pressed will allow the blower to blow a lot more air, but it eats up the battery very quickly. When I was trying to blow leaves into a pile in my yard, I found that unless I had the Turbo button pressed – it just wasn’t powerful enough to move the leaves at all. If I used the Turbo button – it lasted about 2-3 minutes tops before the battery died and I had to switch to the other.Sadly I just ended up using this to clean off the walkways after mowing. I had to stick to a regular rake this year to rake the yard.
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