Using a leaf blower is simple: turn it on and aim where you want to blow leaves and debris.
But all the maintenance and troubleshooting associated with small engines could turn a casual afternoon cleanup into a frustrating experience.
That is no longer an issue with electric leaf blowers. These handheld, corded or cordless blowers are very easy to use.
Corded Electric Leaf Blowers
Corded Electric Leaf Blowers are electric-powered by an extension cord so they are the perfect choice for folks with small lawns. Because they're electric-powered, they're quiet and emission-free, unlike gas-powered blowers.
Corded electric blowers are also light-weight and easy to operate. If you have lots of obstacles on your lawn, like shrubs or hedges, that an extension cord could get caught on, we recommend a cordless blower.
Cordless electric leaf blowers are also electric-powered but with a rechargeable battery instead of an extension cord. You can feel free to roam the expanses of your yard and not be tethered by a cord. Cordless leaf blowers are also light-weight and easy to use. They are hand-held so they're not very strenuous to operate.
The battery on a cordless electric leaf blower won't last all day. They'll usually last around an hour, but unlike a rechargeable mower battery, they can regain a full charge in as little as 30 minutes.