To make a good job of tidying up your property in the fall you really need a leaf blower, which is why we've rounded up the best cheap deals here. You can use these handy devices for piling up leaves ready to put in a bin, or for sucking and mulching them up into a bag. When it comes to choosing a leaf blower your big choice is between heavy gas powered models, which are usually more powerful but require more maintenance, or corded electric models which are less powerful but limit your range. A small number of electric models use a rechargeable lithium battery, but this limits max air speed.
You don't need all the features that come with the best leaf blowers, but be aware that some of the cheaper leaf blowers on the market don’t have a vacuum function, so will only be able to move leaves around, not suck them up.
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5 of the best leaf blowers you can buy
This 7 amp blower is the smaller brother to the more powerful 9 amp blower that Greenworks also offer. It's fine for use on back yards and porches, but Greenworks recommend the heavier, more powerful 9 volt version for grass. It's billed as a snow blower, but will work fine for clearing debris like leaves off your patio. It's electric, so easy to start, and is smoother and quieter than gas blowers, but it only has a single speed setting. You'll need to get an extension cord to use with the blower.
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 Greenworks BA09B00 9 Amp Jet Blower is a nicely-priced leaf blower that has a variety of speed settings and cruise control built it. It's fairly light at 5.6 lbs and it comes with a cord lock that prevents the cable from disconnecting during operation. There's no vacuum mode on this model, but you do get a very generous 4 year warranty. The only downside is that users report it as being fairly loud.
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.