New Husqvarna 580BTS 75.6cc Gas Powered 2 Cycle Backpack Leaf Blower 208 MPH
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- New Husqvarna 580BTS 75.6 cc Backpack Leaf Blower
- X-Torq Engine - The X-TorqÂ® engine design reduces harmful exhaust emissions by up to 60% and increases fuel efficiency by up to 20%
- Air Injection - Centrifugal air cleaning system removes larger dust and debris particles before reaching the air filter. This results in reduced air filter cleanings and improved engine life
- Commercial Grade Air Filter - The 2-stage intake air filtration ensures long operation periods in dusty conditions
- Adjustable Handles - Adjustable handles for superior comfort
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|Item Dimensions||22 x 21 x 21 inches|
|Item Weight||25.8 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||966629602|
|Shipping Weight||34.5 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||21 x 21 x 22 in||21.2 x 21.8 x 21 in||19.7 x 14.8 x 21.3 in||19 x 79 x 19 in||20 x 50 x 15 in||17 x 69.5 x 15 in|
|Item Weight||25.8 lbs||23.15 lbs||22.6 lbs||22.5 lbs||22.5 lbs||14.7 lbs|
|Maximum Speed||—||232 miles_per_hour||195 miles_per_hour||180 miles_per_hour||250 miles_per_hour||145 miles_per_hour|
Husqvarna 580BTS is the most powerful commercial back pack blower designed for demanding tasks. Large air flow and high air speed are provided by an efficient fan design together with the powerful X-Torq® engine. Commercial grade air filter gives long operating time and trouble free use. The harness has wide shoulder straps.
Top customer reviews
I'd borrowed the Stihl BR600 from my father-in-law to test if a backpack leaf blower was for me. It took about 10-15 seconds to reach a conclusion, with this many leaves and this much yard, a commercial backback leaf blower is the only way to go. I fell in love with the BR600 and then the unthinkable occurred, my father-in-law asked for it back!
The wife and I agreed that shelling out $500 or so for one made sense. I did some research and found that CFM is what moves leaves, not necessarily MPH. More research showed that the big boy on the block, in regards to CFM, is the Red Max 8500. After more research, I learned that this is the RM 8500 with a Husqvarna skin. I'm a huge Stihl fan too, I have 2 beloved Stihl chain saws. I really wanted to prefer the Stihl, but the results and a couple of other reasons ended up being compelling.
I'd always heard great stuff about Husqvarna and this is no exception, starts on 1st or 2nd pull every time. Very well built and that 75cc motor is a monster. I like the sound of it.
BR600 to 580BTS comparisons
- I didn't really notice a performance difference between the 580BTS and the BR600 until I began addressing leaf mountains. Simply put, the 580BTS, with it's 200 greater CFM, makes shorter work of bigger leaf mountains. They both are very strong, but I certainly noticed the difference when I got in to the knee-high & hip-high piles.
- The hip and chest straps on the 580BTS do such a fine job of distributing the weight, I honestly don't notice a weight difference. Where I notice a big difference it with the motor's gyroscopic effect, it's like the back pack is trying to get off your back more with the BR600 than the 580BTS.
- The 580BTS is considerably louder than the BR600, get hearing protection.
- The difference in fuel thirst is negligible to me. I'm saving so much time, I don't care about the fuel costs.
- I much prefer the see-through tank on the 580BTS so, at a glance I can make a fueling decision when embarking on a full-on 1-2 hours leaf assault.
- The 580BTS is a 2-stroke engine, the BR600 is some sort of different 4 stroke hybrid. I'm pretty comfortable with 2-stroke engines. I kept reading about "valve servicing" with the BR600 that I wasn't entirely interested in conquering.
- I initially preferred the throttle control on the BR600 until I adjusted and readjusted the throttle control on the 580BTS.
I couldn't be happier the 580BTS. If you need to destroy mountains of leaves, this is your monster.
This blower will move large piles of leaves. Even when they are wet and have been sitting there awhile. the pack is heavy there is no hiding that. But it will make shorter work of the job at hand. It has shoulder straps and a waist strap. I don't normally use the waist strap unless I'm using it for an extended period of time. The motor starts easy. It has a pull trigger and a slide trigger. The slide trigger maintains the blower speed at a certain speed. This is sort of annoying when starting up because it is also used to stop the blower. You have to remember to move the slider away from stop when starting it back up.
All in all, it really depends on your needs. If you have a large lot with lots of trees this may be the blower for you. If you are a commercial landscape company this may tool in the arsenal. But, be sure to balance all this power with the weight of caring this blower and the large amount of gas it uses.
- Best blower at moving leaves
- Hightest CFM
-Burns through a lot of gas.