These cheap leaf blower deals can change your garden from a leafy mess to a beautifully tidy space with the wave of a wrist. Put away that broom or rake and reach for the best leaf blower (opens in new tab) if you want to tackle leaves without all the effort and manual labor.
A leaf blower fires out air at high speed to work as a pushing method for moving leaves and the like out of your yard. What's really great is that this mechanism helps move leaves that would otherwise stay stuck in your grass too, minimizing the risk of damage from raking.
Leaf blowers come in a few forms including gas, mains- and battery-powered. While gas was once king of the lot in terms of power, and still packs the most punch, there is now a lot of competition from electric leaf blowers. As such, you will likely find that the latter do enough for you without the need to spend more on gas and maintain an engine – something you might want to avoid unless you are a professional user who may benefit from all that power.
Depending on the size of your space and the number of leaves you need to tackle, power output is worth looking at when choosing a leaf blower, as is battery capacity. There exist models with the ability to swap out batteries or use more than one, which is ideal for continuous use. It's also worth thinking about those that also offer a sucking function, acting like an outdoor vacuum, as that could come in handy to clean your yard.
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The best cheap leaf blower deals
Black+Decker 20V Max Cordless Sweeper |
was $119, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Save $20 on this big brand blower that offers plenty of power thanks to its 20 volt battery that gets you gusts of up to 90mph. This leaf blower has a low noise output and you get a good 25 minutes of use before it needs a charge. Powerboost mode is also an option to clear stubborn areas with ease.
Costway Cordless Leaf Blower |
was $199.99, now $89.99 (opens in new tab)
Grab this deal while it lasts and get 55% off a battery-powered blower that kicks out a 140mph flow. It features five speed levels, a rechargeable battery and helpful LED light display - all from a big and well-known brand.
Ryobi ONE+ 18V Leaf Blower with 4Ah Battery |
was $159, now $119 (opens in new tab)
This 100mph blower comes with an interchangeable ONE+ battery, making that saving even more impressive as it can be used across a whole new range of Ryobi tools. The blower offers variable speeds, double the battery life per power output compared to the previous model, a useful hanging hook, and an impressive 3-year warranty.
Sun Joe SBJ601E Leaf Blower |
was £34, now $29.99 (opens in new tab)
Save 12% on this affordable leaf blower from Sun Joe. You get a powerful 215mph max speed from this 10amp mains-powered plug-in motor which is capable of varying speeds. Everything comes apart for easy storage and it weighs just 4.4 lbs.
Black+Decker Leaf Blower, Vacuum and Mulcher |
was $129.99, now $99.99 (opens in new tab)
Get more than just a blower in this multitool that also sucks up leaves and even mulches them into the attached roll and clip bag. This offers a massive 250mph of airflow from the mains-powered motor and you have a boost mode for tougher spots. A great saving on a big-name brand with a tool that does it all for leaf clearance.
Cheap leaf blowers
This DeWALT blower is designed to work with DeWALT's 20-volt rechargeable batteries, which are used to power other DeWALT accessories, which you might already own. If you don't already have one then remember, the DeWALT Battery and charger are sold separately. The 20v MAX blower (DCB100E) is a small, compact blower, so it's not really suitable for big jobs, but if you have a small workspace or patio that you need to keep clear you'll find it is ideal. The fact that this blower is cordless is especially useful. With the DeWALT name behind it, you can be sure that it's a reliable blower, and a lot of users report that it's lasted much longer than cheaper blowers they've purchased.
If you're looking for a good all purpose leaf blower that also sucks leaves up and mulches them then the Black and Decker BV3600 should suit your needs. With 230 mph max air speed this is a powerful blower that runs off the mains. That means you might need to invest in a longer cord to reach all your property. It's also got a metal impeller for chewing up leaves and small sticks easily. The only real downside is that you need to use a screwdriver to change over the attachments when going from blowing to sucking mode.
The RYOBI 135 MPH 440 CFM 8 Amp Electric Jet Fan Blower is light and easy to use with a 2-speed switch. Despite the name, on't expect this blower to work on RYOBI batteries like a lot of their power tools - it's a cord electric blower that works from mains power. The RYOBI is tough and reliable. Despite being only 135 mph max airspeed users report it seems to blow stronger than much higher rated blowers and is fine for all sorts of garden debris, including wet grass. There's no vacuum function in this model though, this is a blower only.
What to look out for when buying a leafblower
There are a few major points to consider when deciding which leaf blower is the best for you. First up, you'll need to decide if you want gas, mains or battery power. As you can see from the deals above, most blowers are now either battery- or mains-powered. The big difference is that battery-powered options will cost you a little more, quite simply because you're buying a battery as part of the deal. Generally, mains-powered models will also offer a little bit more power.
The other big difference is power, with a range of top speeds expressed in MPH, but also a measurement of how much air is moved by a leaf blower, expressed as CFM. The higher the numbers, the more power and the greater ability to clear heavier and wetter leaves a blower has.
Some leaf blowers offer suction power too, but that feature will cost you more and mean out have more kit to carry. However, it can help you clear your back yard faster, without needing to dispose of that pile of leaves at the end. Some multi-tool models also feature a mulcher to compact the leaves into the storage bag.
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