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8 Most Powerful Leaf Blowers to Consider in 2023

Remember those painstaking days of sweeping driveways and yards with nothing but a broomstick, after a massive storm? 

Most Powerful Leaf Blowers

Who doesn’t? With that came quite a lot of back pain. And often a not-so-clean driveway, or whatever you wished to clear up. This is why when leaf blowers came to the scene, people left their brooms for good and embraced this nifty device!

What’s even more impressive is, the invention of this smart device led to the easy solution of hundreds of other jobs. 

Well, let’s say, garage cleaning. Even a decent mid-range leaf blower can tidy up your garage or workspace, including all its tight corners almost as efficiently as vacuum cleaners. Or, have you ever tried cleaning your car with it? Do it sometime. It works wonders. 

If we keep listing the utilities, we will be here for a while. And so, without any further ado, let’s begin with the reviews.

Most Powerful Leaf Blowers

Worker cleans Autumn leaves in the park by blower machine

From corded electric to battery-powered and gas-powered options, this list encompasses a range of models to suit different preferences and requirements. So, if you're ready to take your leaf-clearing game to the next level, here's the list of the 8 best leaf blowers that will make your outdoor maintenance a breeze.

1. Toro 51621 UltraPlus Leaf Blower Vacuum - Best for Versatility and Storage

Toro is one of the go-to brands when it comes to gardening equipment, and they’ve always remained true to their tagline. ‘Keeping yard work simple’ is something that each of their products adheres to, which is why we chose the 51621 model. 

Let’s now find out whether this leaf blower can fulfill your needs.

Toro 51621 UltraPlus Leaf Blower Vacuum, Variable-Speed (up...
  • Superior blowing and mulching proven by controlled...
  • Powerful up to 250 mph degree. 350 CFM blow mode and 410 CFM...

Why did we like it?

To begin with, the Ultra Plus Leaf Blower weighs around 9 lbs, which definitely can’t be considered lightweight. But what amazed us is its uniform weight distribution throughout the length of its body, which leads to minimum hand strain. Moreover, its 3-in-1 versatility of being a blower, a vacuum, and a mulcher is further enhanced by a maximum airspeed of 250 mph.

One thing to note is that you shouldn’t confuse this vacuum feature with the functioning of a vacuum cleaner. What this triplet combo does is, first, it blows the leaves, and with the vacuum option, you can suck them all into a bag. Finally, with the mulcher, you get to grind the leaves further, to make it ready for composting. 

And the variable speed technology doubles down on the blowing process with the 3 specialized nozzles. Talking of which, the 3 nozzles comprise a power insert, a concentrator, and an oscillating nozzle. While the first is for optimum speed, the concentrator nozzle is narrower to create a more reliable flow of air, best suited for blowing the corners and crevices. The oscillating nozzle maneuvers the air from left to right, which increases the full blowing path. 

And one last point about the mulching mechanism is it can reduce almost all the collected leaves into bits and pieces of 0.5 inches. So, overall, it’s a perfect leaf blower for households.

What could have been better?

First, let us tell you this is an excellent leaf blower. But we found some minor pitfalls with this product and one of them is the short cord length. So, to cover your entire garden area, you gotta buy an extension cord. Moreover, some people mentioned this device is too powerful for them to handle, as, at full throttle, it leaves the hands shaking.


  • Easy controls
  • Variable speed
  • Different nozzles for different speeds
  • Highly versatile
  • Leaf collection bag included


  • No extension cord included

Power Source: Corded | Motor Power: 12 A | Max Air Speed: 250 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 410 CFM | Weight: 8.9 lbs | Noise Level: 68 dB | Vacuum Function: Yes

2. Greenworks Pro 80V Cordless Brushless Axial Blower - Best Cordless and Eco-Friendly

If the previous model had a short cord and wiring issue, this brushless leaf blower from Greenworks has removed the hassle of cords altogether. And needless to say, this is one product the environmentalists would love. 

Greenworks 80V (125 MPH / 500 CFM / 75+ Compatible Tools)...
  • 80V BLOWER: Perfect for cleaning leaves and debris off hard...
  • 500 CFM / 125 MPH: Delivers powerful performance....

Why did we like it?

The Greenworks Pro model takes a clear lead when it comes to choosing one of the most powerful cordless electric blowers. Well, no fossil fuel usage means zero carbon footprint, so you can rest assured you are doing absolutely no harm to the environment by taking home this axial blower.

Coming to its features, the device doesn’t have precise variable speeds, but 3-speed changing settings. And it’s noteworthy to mention that on speed 1 the battery will last for a generous 70 minutes, for speed 2 it’s up to 28 minutes of continuous runtime, and the highest speed works for only 12 minutes. We believe for most, the first-speed setting should suffice; and unless your lawn is covered with wet leaves, you don’t need to access the higher-speed settings.

The highest speed works excellently on corners and crevices of walls. Talking about speed, the maximum air velocity is 125 mph, while the airflow volume maxes out at 500 CFM. So, despite being a cordless model, we have very little room to doubt its performance.

Moreover, what’s even better is its noiseless operations. While most corded and cordless blowers make a hell lot of noise, Greenworks performs everything like a breeze at less than 60 dB. And powered with a quick-top-up battery, you’ll never get stuck in the middle of your leaf-blowing sessions due to lack of power shortage.

What could have been better?

Well, this is a pretty great model with ingenious technology. But here’s a minor error with the weight/size balancing ratio. The thing is, the batteries of this model are quite heavy, and the blower gets a bit dizzy in your hand once loaded. Still, with a little bit of maneuvering, you’ll get used to this minor disorder pretty soon. Nothing to worry too much about!


  • Brushless motor
  • Cordless
  • Lightweight
  • 3-speed settings for versatility
  • Noise-free operations


  • Weight/size imbalance

Power Source: Battery | Motor Power: 80 V | Max Air Speed: 125 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 500 CFM | Weight: 8.9 lbs | Noise Level: 60 dB | Vacuum Function: No

3. Husqvarna 952711925 125B Handheld Blower - Best Lightweight Gas-Powered Option

Well, while we were reviewing those rugged, all-rounder snow blowers of this company, we wondered about their other outdoor home care products. And incidentally, we stumbled upon 2 Husqvarna models, which we have included in this list, each having its own USPs. 

The 125B handheld blower is one of our favorites because of the optimal packaging of features in a mid-range model. Now, let’s find out whether this leaf blower can suit your needs.  

Husqvarna 350BT Gas Leaf Blower, 50.2-cc 2.1-HP 2-Cycle...
  • Husqvarna 350BT Gas Backpack Leaf Blower combines a high...
  • Powerful Clearing Performance: 2-cycle, 50.2-cc, 2.1-HP...

Why did we like it?

The first aspect that caught our eye about the 125B model is its lightweight and compact build. It comes at a weight of mere 9. 4 lbs and is also considerably slimmer than other gas-powered models. Moreover, the blower tube is intricately designed to minimize stress on the hands by reducing the rotation force your wrist gotta apply. And as it’s quite lightweight, women and people with bone-degenerative diseases would love operating this device.

Coming to its other features, the model features an air volume of 425 CFM, which is more than what’s required to blow out not just leaves, but also twigs and sticks. And its 170 mph maximum speed is an expert at hitting out at any kind of debris with optimum force, careful not to spread the piled heaps and turn your garden into a further mess.

And finally, the blower comes with 2 different nozzles: one is circular, and the other is high-velocity. Additionally, you’ll also get a cruise control that maintains uniform speed throughout the operational time. This comes to great use when someone is blowing through a large area such as an estate or vast swathes of golf fields.

What could have been better?

We don’t know why Husqvarna left this fault in their design, but it’s really not that great for lefties. That’s because the fan is located on the right, and if you aren’t being careful and also a lefty, the blower will suck your clothes right in. We hope the 125B gets a fresh upgrade real soon. Otherwise, the world will miss out on a great leaf blower just because of this minor pitfall.


  • High max speed
  • Easy controls
  • Very lightweight
  • Minimum strain of hands and wrists
  • Very compact


  • Not suited for lefties

Power Source: Gas | Motor Power: 2.1 HP | Max Air Speed: 180 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 692.17 CFM | Weight: 22.5 lbs | Noise Level: 94 dB | Vacuum Function: No

4. Husqvarna 150BT Professional 2-Cycle Gas Backpack Leaf Blower

Well, as promised, we are here with another model of Husqvarna. It’s a mid-range model that comes to great use because of its versatility. If you start listing all its features one by one (don’t worry, we’re here to do it for you), the product becomes all the more irresistible. 

Its USP lies in the fact that it has an X Torq engine, which increases fuel efficiency and reduces harmful exhaust emissions.  

Husqvarna 150BT Gas Leaf Blower, 51-cc 2.16-HP 2-Cycle...
  • Husqvarna 150BT Gas Backpack Leaf Blower combines a high...
  • Powerful Clearing Performance: 2-cycle, 51-cc, 2.16-HP...

Why did we like it?

Let’s start with the utility of the X Torq engine. Well, as the company comes with 325 years of designing homecare products, they always manage to come up with some ingenious technology or the other. And Husqvarna’s patented Torq engine works like a pro in minimizing gas usage and emissions by up to 60%. And consequently, the output increases by a decent 20%. 

It wouldn’t be an exaggerated claim to make that this is one of the most fuel-efficient gas snow blowers currently on the market. What’s more, despite a weight of 22.5 lbs, the device has its weight distributed with utmost precision, and with the shoulder and waist straps, you won’t even feel anything weighing down on you while wearing the blower.

Talking about its speed, the air velocity maxes out at 215 mph, one of the highest among all the blowers we have reviewed thus far. And just like the 125B model, there are 2 nozzles here as well that can produce 431 and 191 CFM of air volume to suit a wide array of jobs. Moreover, with variable speed, cruise control, and auto-return stop switch, the smooth workflow that this model delivers is unparalleled.

What could have been better?

Errmm, noise! Too much noise from a robust little beast. It produces a significant amount of whirring sound, hitting close to 90 dB, and that’s a bit annoying. The 125 B model makes significantly less noise than this but lacks in versatility when compared with the 150BT. But you can overrule the noise factor by the rest of the features it has to offer.


  • Easy to start
  • Perfect ergonomic design
  • Variable speed
  • High maximum speed
  • Patented X Torq engine for reduced emissions


  • Difficult to assemble
  • Noise

Power Source: Gas | Motor Power: 2.1 HP | Max Air Speed: 251 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 434 CFM | Weight: 22.5 lbs | Noise Level: 94 dB | Vacuum Function: No

5. Dewalt DCBL720P1 XR Brushless Blower

There’s a saying that no one gets more excited than a Spanish commentator when he sees a football about to reach the goal. And the same goes for us when we see Dewalt products. The thing about this company is not just about how renowned it is. The fact that it never ceases to improvise and invent brand-new technology is what fills us with wonder.

The XR Brushless blower is another popular product in the company’s long line of prestigious power, construction, and home care tools.

DEWALT 20V MAX* XR Blower, Brushless, 5-Ah Battery...
  • Battery operated leaf blower gets up to 400 CFM of air...
  • High-efficiency brushless motor maximizing run time and...

Why did we like it?

Honestly, when we saw Dewalt has come out with a brushless motor leaf blower, we instantly sought to review it. And sure enough, as expected from the company, the durability and efficiency of the motor are many times more than the other blowers in this price range. On top of that, what amazed us was its noise and gas-free operations with a smooth startup, just at the pull of a trigger.

Its lightweight design combines with the axial fan to regulate an air volume of 400 CFM and a maximum speed of 90 mph. Well, you may think this is quite lower than the other cordless blowers, but as it’s an axial fan, things are different here. If you aren’t aware, axial fans compensate for this low speed with its high flow rate.

One major point of departure from the other backpack models is its intelligent battery placement. We have seen even famous brands like Husqvarna failing to include this feature in their models. But Dewalt pushes through another step to balance the entire unit perfectly so that there is no hand and arm strain even after long hours of usage.

And talking about longer spans of work time, the cruise control feature maintains a constant speed quite efficiently.

What could have been better?

The difference between axial and centrifugal fans doesn’t show any significant change in their performance, except the fact that axial fans tend to be a bit on the noisier side. So, yeah, this model is a bit noisy, but the way it handles leaves entirely compensates for this pitfall. There is no question about the machine’s performance.


  • 400 CFM power perfect for medium-sized patios, garages
  • Low maintenance
  • Gas-free
  • Large bow tube to cover a large area
  • Variable speed with speed lock


  • Noise

Power Source: Battery | Motor Power: 20 V | Max Air Speed: 90 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 400 CFM | Weight: 7.1 lbs | Noise Level: 61 dB | Vacuum Function: N/A

6. BLACK+DECKER 3-in-1 Electric Leaf Blower

Like the Toro 51621 model, here we have another corded electric leaf blower from the legendary Black+Decker. Very few need a separate intro for the manufacturer as we all know how they earned and consistently kept the spotlight on themselves. 

As they never fail to come out with some of the most user-friendly, technologically-advanced, high-end products, we thought to review one of their leaf blowers.

BLACK+DECKER Leaf Blower & Leaf Vacuum, 3-in-1, 12-Amp,...
  • 3 TOOLS IN 1 - Blower, vacuum, and mulcher keeps the yard...

Why did we like it?

Yeah, the 51621 Toro model matches quite a lot of features with this model. First of all, it’s a 3-in-1 blower-vacuum-mulcher model that will carefully tend to all your leaf-blowing needs. Second, it also comes with a collection bag, where the device collects all the mulched leaves after shredding them to pieces. 

And to add to the user’s convenience, the secure tool-free mode changing facility allows swapping between blower and vacuum in seconds. What’s more, Black & Decker understands the hassle of wires, which is why they have included a built-in cord retainer to keep the extension in its place and enhance uninterrupted usage.

Furthermore, the 12-amp motor makes 50% less noise (according to company claims) and delivers an air volume of 385 CFM. This combines with a massive airspeed of 250 mph (with 2-speed selections) to clear out driveways, sidewalks, decks, and garages of all debris. Last but not least, the 2 speeds are for collecting flower beds and matted leaves, both of which demand different rates to ensure proper assembling of all debris.

Oh, the mulching feature! Well, this model will keep all your mulching needs at bay because it can mulch 16 bags of leaves down to 1. So, why waste money on fertilizers when Decker has you covered with perfectly ground 0.5” mulched leaves?

What could have been better?

We faced no performance issues with this product, as expected from the manufacturer. However, the collection bag is made of cloth, which is why it leaves a heck lot of dust behind. This is a serious downside because the soil will cover you from head to toe. So, keep some dust-resistant suits handy for the task.


  • 3-in-1 model
  • Lightweight
  • Efficient mulching
  • High CFM
  • Low Noise


  • Collection bag leaves dust behind

Power Source: Corded | Motor Power: 12 A | Max Air Speed: 250 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 400 CFM | Weight: 8.1 lbs | Noise Level: 68 dB | Vacuum Function: Yes

7. Kobalt 80-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Electric Leaf Blower

Kobalt is another well-renowned company that has recently gained a lot of following among American households because of its durable homecare products. And when we saw that this leaf blower comes with a massive 630 CFM, we were frankly quite astonished. Instantly we checked the price tag, and that amazed us even more. 

Check out this 80 V model from Kobalt, which pretty much fits the definition of convenience.

Why did we like it?

Well, like the Dewalt model, Kobalt also incorporates an axial fan in this cordless blower. This forms the very core of the high flow of the model, which is, as we mentioned before, 630 CFM. Moreover, this axial blower has an excellent runtime of 75 minutes on the lowest setting. The Greenworks model we chose has a runtime of 70 minutes, and Kobalt stretches it to a few more functional minutes, that too at a lower price.

Talking about its power, the 2.5 Ah battery hits the motor to give airflow of up to 140 mph, which perfectly suits heavy dirt, debris, and leaves of all sizes on most surfaces. So, driveways, patios, backyards, rooftops, this intelligent device covers them all!

Finally, with a variable speed trigger, the highly efficient brushless motor system provides excellent power and torque but with zero noise. What’s more, the lightweight design of 9 lbs moves like a feather in your hand, making all leaf-blowing and cleaning tasks a complete cakewalk.

To sum up, this is a device with straightforward controls, some great features of convenience, and extreme power.

What could have been better?

Although the battery proves its worth in the neutral mode, in the turbo settings, the juice drains out pretty quickly. This is one fault of the product, which caused a bit of annoyance, but considering the extensive CFM, it seems like a reasonable tradeoff.


  • Powerful brushless motor
  • Convenient controls
  • Very high CFM
  • Noise-free operation
  • Lightweight


  • The battery runs out fast in turbo mode

Power Source: Battery | Motor Power: 80 V | Max Air Speed: 140 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 630 CFM | Weight: 8.9 lbs | Noise Level: 74 dB | Vacuum Function: No

8. WORX WG520 Turbine 600 Electric Leaf Blower

How is it that power tools or homecare products’ lists fail to accommodate a product from Worx? Ermm, nope. Their products are so compelling, they list only ‘Worx’ by including a Worx tool! And the manufacturer has proved its worth once again with this unique turbine leaf blower. Check out this model, and thank us later in the comments.

Worx WG520 12 Amp TURBINE 600 Electric Leaf Blower
  • [TURBINE FAN TECH] Worx engineers figured out how to get a...
  • [TWICE AS FAST AS PRO BLOWERS] Professional-grade gas...

Why did we like it?

Worx has made an outstanding entry into the world of leaf blowers with an insane turbine motor, the kind they put in jet engines. Well, what is it exactly? The motor comprises a hyper-stream nozzle and a dynamic flow design that can push a large amount of air at an extremely high velocity. This is the reason behind its impressive 600 CFM and maximum air velocity of 11 mph.

What the device lacks in speed, is well compensated by the outstanding air volume. Worx has set a benchmark with this motor type as it can shift huge piles of wet leaves from a distance of about 8 ft. Most leaf blowers of this price range would probably fail to achieve this feat. 

We also like the fact that every aspect of this blower speaks of convenience. First, the 2 variable speeds cater to a clearing of tight corners and pavements as well as large, open lawns. Second, its lightweight build combines with the ergonomic single-handed operation to reduce any chance of difficulty during all blowing activities. 

And the hyper stream nozzle has another function, which is to concentrate all the air volume into a specific area of a smaller radius. This increases the leaf-clearing efficiency a lot more than the other models of this price range.

What could have been better?

The only pitfall that we found about this trailblazing model is its short cord length. Being a corded model has this disadvantage, but we think everything can be accommodated when a turbine jet engine motor enters the scene!


  • Excellent CFM
  • Very convenient
  • Super-fast assembling
  • Lightweight 6 lbs design


  • Corded

Power Source: Corded | Motor Power: 12 A | Max Air Speed: 110 MPH | Airflow Cap.: 600 CFM | Weight: 7.2 lbs | Noise Level: 75 dB | Vacuum Function: No

Best Leaf Blowers Comparison Table

ProductPower SourceMotor PowerMax Air SpeedAirflow Cap.WeightNoise LevelVacuum Function
Toro 51621 UltraPlus Leaf Blower VacuumCorded12 A250 MPH410 CFM8.9 lbs68 dBYes
Greenworks Pro 80V Cordless Brushless Axial BlowerBattery80 V125 MPH500 CFM8.9 lbs60 dBNo
Husqvarna 952711925 125B Handheld BlowerGas2.1 HP180 MPH692.17 CFM22.5 lbs94 dBNo
Husqvarna 150BT Professional 2-Cycle Gas Backpack Leaf BlowerGas2.1 HP251 MPH434 CFM22.5 lbs94 dBNo
Dewalt DCBL720P1 XR Brushless BlowerBattery20 V90 MPH400 CFM7.1 lbs61 dBN/A
BLACK+DECKER 3-in-1 Electric Leaf BlowerCorded12 A250 MPH400 CFM8.1 lbs68 dBYes
Kobalt 80-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Electric Leaf BlowerBattery80 V140 MPH630 CFM8.9 lbs74 dBNo
WORX WG520 Turbine 600 Electric Leaf BlowerCorded12 A110 MPH600 CFM7.2 lbs75 dBNo

Worker clearing up the leaves using a leaf blower tool

Buying Guided For The Best Leaf Blower

These high-performing leaf blowers have been carefully shortlisted from a wide array of products. And if you’ve gone through tool-hunting before, you must have an inkling of what lies in store! Out there, in the market or on the web, it’s difficult to find any difference between the marketing strategies of various companies. 

More often than not, false claims overwhelm you before getting time to think about the specific needs which inspired the search in the first place. This is why we wanted to skim through the few basic features one needs to keep in mind. If none of the products from this list suit your needs, read these few guidelines, and then hop into the market.


Here’s what you need to know about this characteristic: the higher, the better. But that’s what they tell you as well, right? Well, CFM stands for Cubic Feet per Minute, and it’s the central choosing criteria for leaf blowers. It’s a measure of the amount of air the device can blow in a single minute, and a higher CFM ensures your leaf-blowing process is not just neat but smooth as well.


Many fancy marketing gimmicks carefully brush past the CFM and show the MPH instead. No doubt, the MPH factor is an important one, but not more than CFM.

Anyway, that being said, as you must be knowing, MPH stands for mile per hour. In other words, it’s an indicator of the force with which the device will push the leaves, and with increasing MPH, the power increases as well. 

But here’s the catch. If a device has a large pushing capacity (more MPH) but doesn’t have enough air (CFM) to push the leaves, it actually lowers the productivity of the blower.

So, always keep in mind to have a delicate balance between these two factors. And once you get the hang of these 2 aspects, the rest of it is a cakewalk.

Looking for comprehensive kits

We always advise people to look for those blowers that come with a waist and shoulder strap, different types of nozzles, and of course, a long hose. Moreover, if you’re looking at wired models, make sure you buy one that has a long cord or one with durable extension facilities.

The focus should be on what eases your job the most, and other than the device, these small parts go a long way in fulfilling your convenience quotient.

Powerful Leaf Blowers FAQ's

  • What types of leaf blowers are available?

    Leaf blowers are available in three main types: gas-powered, electric corded, and battery-powered. Gas-powered leaf blowers provide high power and mobility but require gasoline and emit exhaust fumes. Electric corded leaf blowers offer consistent power but require access to an electrical outlet. Battery-powered leaf blowers are portable and eco-friendly but may have slightly lower power and limited battery life.

  • Are leaf blowers noisy?

    Leaf blowers can produce varying levels of noise depending on their power source and design. Gas-powered leaf blowers tend to be the loudest, followed by corded electric blowers. Battery-powered blowers are generally quieter. It’s important to follow local noise regulations and consider using hearing protection when operating a leaf blower.

  • Can leaf blowers be used for other tasks besides clearing leaves?

    Yes, leaf blowers can be versatile tools that can assist with other tasks. They can be used to clear grass clippings, remove light snow, clean debris from gutters, and even aid in drying surfaces. Some models offer attachments or functions that allow them to convert into vacuums or mulchers for collecting and shredding leaves.

  • Are leaf blowers environmentally friendly?

    Gas-powered leaf blowers can have negative environmental impacts due to noise pollution, exhaust emissions, and fuel consumption. Electric leaf blowers, both corded and battery-powered, are generally more environmentally friendly as they produce zero emissions during use. Battery-powered leaf blowers are the most eco-friendly option, especially if powered by renewable energy sources.

  • Can leaf blowers cause damage to surfaces or plants?

    Improper use of leaf blowers can potentially cause damage to delicate surfaces, such as fragile plants, flowers, or mulch beds. To minimize the risk, adjust the blower’s power settings, avoid directing the air stream directly at plants, and maintain a safe distance from fragile objects. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and exercise caution when using a leaf blower.

  • Can I use a leaf blower to remove wet leaves or debris?

    Most leaf blowers are designed to handle dry leaves and debris more effectively. While some models may have the power to handle light moisture, it is generally recommended to avoid using leaf blowers for wet or heavy debris as it can clog the blower and reduce its performance. Wet leaves are often best removed manually or with a specialized vacuum attachment.

  • Male worker removes leaf blower lawn of autumn garden.


    We are at the end of this extended piece and have a hunch that at least one of these listed products would suit your needs. 

    But, we also understand that choosing from a wide array of equally compelling choices is not just confusing, but a painstaking task. The worst part is, anxiety creeps in because we’re always apprehensive about getting our hands on the ‘best’ product.

    So, here’s our final verdict for the day.

    If you’re looking at decent-budget models, the Worx model is a clear winner due to its extensive leaf-blowing capacity and insane technology. But the Dewalt and Black & Decker models aren’t a lot behind and impressed us with their unique features. Still, Worx blew us away!

    And among the high-end models, we’d choose the Husqvarna 150 BT model due to its unique X Torq engine that maximizes productivity and minimizes fuel consumption.

    We hope you found this extensive guide pretty useful. Tell us if there’s anything that we missed or any trending product that you’d like us to review. All in the comments!

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