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Husqvarna 570BTS powerful X-Torq engine, 65.6 cm³ Speed Backpack Blower
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Powerful Commercial Blower Designed For Demanding Tasks Large air flow and high air speed 65.6cc X-Torq 2-Cycle Engine 50:1 gas to oil mix ratio Increases fuel efficiency by up to 20%
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The 570BTS is a monster. This is probably one of the most powerful backpack blowers you would ever want to own. It blows very hard and it weighs around 25lbs. Between the weight and the amount of air it puts out it can be a bit of a workout to use it. It's also very loud at 110db. You might make neighbors unhappy using it.
It puts out about 35% more CFM than the 350BT and at 236.2MPH vs 180 MPH for the 350BT. I regularly blow piles of leaves up hills with this blower without a problem. Last year my neighbor went down with an injury and I took care of his yard and my yard with this thing in a day. It's a couple of acres total surrounded by woods so I used up three tanks of gas, but it got done.
I only use the premixed 92 octane no ethanol gas/oil they sell at Home Depot or Lowes. I have never had an issue either with the 350 or the 570 using it. It's worth the money just to not have to drain the fuel system out and deal with ethanol gumming up the lines. I can leave the blower full year round and it will start without an issue every time.
If you have a lot of ground to cover and it's not flat this is probably your best bet. If it's flat just get a walk behind.
I have been using this leaf blower now for two years. I use it now upwards 3 to 6 times a week. All Seasons. I have to say, I absolutely love this leaf blower! The reliability of this machine is incredible, starts on the second or third pull, every time! The volume of air it moves is staggering. It'll take any job you throw at it. Some people note it's hard to get on. I find it pretty easy actually. (Start it first) Loosen the straps, pull one arm through, then the 2nd arm, lean forward and pull on the torque straps. I'm so used to it I don't even think about it anymore. The trick is leaning forward, getting it high up on your back and then torquing it down. I don't use the sternum strap, don't need it.
It's been maintenance free since I first pulled the cord on this machine 2 years ago. I would never hesitate to buy another Husqvarna product. My previous blower was a Poulon and it was a piece of junk, it only lasted 1.5 years, then just stopped working. I'm pretty good with engines and mechanics, and that poulon, no matter what I did, would never start again. I'll never buy another Poulon product again.
Husqvarna, to me, is the only way I'd go. Like I said, I haven't had to do anything to this blower other than just buy oil for gas mixing, which is no big deal. Buy a 2 gallon gas can, put in the premixed Husqvarna oil (2 per 2 gallon, or 1 small bottle to every 1 gallon) and fill it up to the marked line. Piece of cake. I also use the Husqvarna low smoke oil, works really well. I don't worry about a fuel stabilizer anymore in the gas as I go through it fast enough I don't need it.
After 1.5 years I opened the air filter, really wasn't dirty at all. There's actually two filters, the first being a foam "pre" filter. Had a bit of micro dust in it, I just blew it out with my air compressor. Paper filter still looked new.
I also use this after I wash my cars. I know it sounds crazy, but that's what the local car wash does, why not use your leaf blower?
So I wash the car down good, fire up the Husqvarna, and blow the water out of all the cracks, wheels, etc. Works great. (Here's another hint, open up all your doors and trunk, and blow the dust and dirt out from under your seats, trunk, everything. And actually, if you do this, you really don't have to vacuum it, just blow out all the debris. Cars/trucks over time, emit all this dust and debris from carpet fibers and seat fibers breaking off, doing this on the car ever ytime I wash it insures a dust free car over time!
I have two rather large Liquid Amber trees in front of my home, and they are like two thousand babies that never grow up; 100 percent mess, all the time! I know, I know, I'm OCD, but it works, try it! (just make sure there's nothing in the open to blow out of the car, like papers and stuff).
*** My original review in 2014: ***
I have two, very large liquid amber trees in my front yard. They drop these prickly ping pong balls all over the place, and they get embedded in gutters, grass, everywhere. Then they drop seeds like cracked pepper, then they drop pollen pods, then in Fall they drop all their leaves. Really annoying and a lot of work! These tree's are probably one of the worst maintenance tree's you could have (I didn't plant them).
I was using a Poulon (Sears branded) leaf blower, and it slowly just stopped working. BTW, it was a known defect in the sears/Poulon blowers (Impossible starting after a year or so) and I would not recommend them to anyone, as sears did NOT stand behind their product, as I found out many other's out there suffered the same fate, it went to the junk yard and Craftsman is a thing of the past to me.
After exhaustive research, I chose Husqvarna and I haven't looked back. Holy Smokes, does this thing work AND deliver. It's on par with what Dyson promises in their vacuums: This DOES what they SAY it will do!
It makes incredibly short work of anything in it's path. It was easy to assemble and it fired up on the 3rd pull! I've been using it regularly, probably 2 to 3 times a week, and it hasn't let me down, it starts easy, it's comfortable to wear and it's so efficient my neighbors love it cause I'm not only doing my yard but their driveways as well, and into the street.
Earphones are definitely recommended as the motor is right in back of you. I also recommend eyes and a mask, not for 'safety' but it sure blows up a lot of dust and embedded fine dust, and it gets in your eyes, and if you have allergies, definitely get a mask or respirator!
I also use the synthetic 2 stroke oil they recommend as it has a fuel preservative. I use two smallies for a 2 gallon gas can, pretty easy, and it's not very expensive.
It always fires up by the 2nd or 3rd pull and it has a almost a 'geared' type pull to start (feels like a heavy fly wheel), you literally use minimal effort to start it and it fires right up.
To Start: Turn on the choke, pump the bulb about 3 times (you can see the fuel being primed), make sure it's on start :-) (start is on the handle so sometimes you forget after you shut it off) and give it a couple pulls, within seconds after it kicks over, turn off the choke, it's that easy.
I really love this product and will be buying more Husqvarna in the future!