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Posted: 02/18/21 02:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BobsYourUncle wrote:

I have 2 of them, both Dewalt.
One is a smaller unit, the other the big "bazooka" as I call it. They refer to them as jobsite blowers.

My small one here:
My "bazooka" here:

I use the small one for blowing off the top of the slide before pulling it in, and to clear the under the awning area of leaves and debris. It works awesome!

You can buy these as tool only, and if you already have a brand of cordless tools, get one of the same brand. I bought Dewalt because I already have a fleet of their tools and I can use the same batteries.

My big bazooka works really well to clear powder snow. A very fast and easy way to clear sidewalks.

I use my small one on campfires too, like Valhalla said. Works great!!

I use the same small Dewalt as well for camping as I have a plethora of Dewalt cordless already and it is an awsome little blower. Its good for air mattresses and other items that need inflating and deflating with the supplied attachments as well. And yes its awesome with campfires.

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Posted: 02/18/21 02:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I use a small corded one. I usually have an extension cord running from the pole, so before I disconnect it and put it up, I use it with the blower for top of slide, awning, rug, and whatever else is needed.





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I carry a 20v Worx. also two batteries. Worx fine for me!!

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My Ryobi does fine and the battery works in my saw and air compressor.


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I have the Dewalt 20v that came with a 9 pc bundle. Works great.
I also have a cordless 2 speed Black and Decker for around the house/property.

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At home we have a stihl electric mower and leaf blower that use the same battery pack. So I take the blower on trips. Now, just buying the blower for camping trips, way to expensive IMHO, but it happens to be a nice blower.


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I have the Milwaukee M18 Fuel blower works great.


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E-Go here.......no probems in over 5 yearss


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I have the EGO from Home Depot at home that I use to blow leaves etc. I just put it in the camper when we go on a trip--may be a little over kill but it works fine.

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RockyMt wrote:

I carry a 20v Worx. also two batteries. Worx fine for me!!


I bought this one and found it on the weak side. When I purchased it I considered the 32V but got cheap. For OP, whatever brand you get, look for the highest voltage you can afford.


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