3 cordless leaf blower deals not to be missed - and they're all under $200

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Been searching for a decent cordless leaf blower? I know that it can be super hard to narrow down your options, especially when there's just so much choice out there. There are so many deals on at the same time - it's hard to tell what is really a good value offer. In general, the benchmark price you should be paying for a leaf blower is between $50 and $400, so anything around $200 is a good halfway mark indicating standard price and quality. 

That's where I come in. As a writer for Top Ten Reviews, it's my job to hunt down great prices. So I've been checking out the best leaf blowers on the market at the moment, and I've cherry-picked a couple of my favorites from Walmart to show you that I think are really affordable, and they're also from decent trusted brands like SENIX, Greenworks and Sun Joe, so even though they're on the cheaper side, you're still getting a quality product. The following three deals are all under $200, and one is even under $100 - so there's a deal to suit most budgets.

Even when it's not leaf blowing season, they're a super useful tool to have all year round, to help clean dust and cobwebs from garages and porch spaces, or even to dry your car or clear a dryer vent of dust blockages - they're pretty universal. So I hope you find these deals useful. 

3 affordable cordless leaf blower deals under $200

Greenworks 60V 450 CFM/125 Mph Cordless Leaf Blower with 2.0Ah Battery & Charger | Was $199.99, now $158.00 at Walmart (save $41.99)

Greenworks 60V 450 CFM/125 Mph Cordless Leaf Blower with 2.0Ah Battery & Charger | Was $199.99, now $158.00 at Walmart (save $41.99)

With 45 minutes of run time on a full charge and a variable speed trigger, this cordless leaf blower is easy to use, weighing less than 8lbs, even with the battery inserted. Ideal for small to medium yard spaces and smaller jobs. This bestseller is currently on rollback, so don't miss out. 

Price check: Greenworks $199.99 | Amazon unavailable

Alternative pick: Greenworks 60V 610 CFM Cordless Brushless Leaf Blower with 2.5Ah Battery & Rapid Charger

SENIX 58 Volt Max* Cordless Brushless Battery Leaf Blower (Battery and Charger Included), BLAX5-M | Was $189.00, now $122.85 at Walmart (save $66.15)

SENIX 58 Volt Max* Cordless Brushless Battery Leaf Blower (Battery and Charger Included), BLAX5-M | Was $189.00, now $122.85 at Walmart (save $66.15)

This Walmart bestseller has now been discounted by over $60, with an air flow of up to 520 CFM and air speed of up to 129 MPH for powerful debris removal and ultra-quiet operation. Also available as tool only for $90.35, down from $139.00.

Price check: SENIX tools $189.00 | Amazon currently unavailable

Alternative pick: SENIX 26.5 cc 4-Cycle Gas Powered Leaf Blower, Up To 410 CFM and 125 MPH, BL4QL-L

Sun Joe 24-Volt Cordless Compact Turbine Jet Blower Kit, 100-MPH, 280-CFM, w. 2.0-Ah Battery + Charger | Was $99.00, now $48.98 at Walmart (save $50.02)

Sun Joe 24-Volt Cordless Compact Turbine Jet Blower Kit, 100-MPH, 280-CFM, w. 2.0-Ah Battery + Charger | Was $99.00, now $48.98 at Walmart (save $50.02)

This is the lowest price that this battery-powered, handheld leaf blower has been reduced to in a while, so act now to save $50.02 on this bestselling leaf blower that has been well-reviewed on Walmart's site. 

Price check/match: Lowe's $89.98 | Amazon unavailable

Alternative pick: Restored Premium Sun Joe 24V-TB-LTE 24-Volt iON Cordless Compact Turbine Jet Blower

Cordless leaf blowers: Key features

The clue is very much in the name with this one: by being cordless, you have the freedom to roam your yard whilst leaf blowing without the additional hazard of looking out for a cord that you might trip over. So they're one of the best leaf blowers in that regard, with multiple uses due to their lightweight nature.

As mentioned, cordless leaf blowers tend to be a little lighter/on the smaller side than bigger gas-powered versions, so they're ideal for yard work, especially if you want to avoid strained and tired wrists. The only downside is that they aren't the most powerful leaf blower you can get and tend to be better for smaller/medium-sized yards, not large jobs, as most batteries don't last that long on a single charge (this, of course, depends on the power output you've opted for.)

They're also a better environmental choice in many cases, especially when compared once again to gas-powered leaf blowers, as rechargeable batteries use less energy overall and are often interchangeable with other products in that particular brand's range, like string trimmers, etc. So battery-powered cordless leaf blowers provide a handy solution if you've got yard work to do but don't have a power outlet close by or in the right place, and they've got that extra value.

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Olivia Bevan
Staff Writer

Olivia is a Staff Writer at Top Ten Reviews, a new resident of Bath and recent addition to the Future team, looking to flex her writing muscles and get stuck into the reviews! With a background in writing reviews of theatre pieces, video games and music, she is looking forward to learning more about home products and appliances - and getting to test some of them too!