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Husqvarna 965877502 350BT 1.6 kW 50.2 cc 7500 rpm 180 MPH Backpack Leaf Blower with 2.1 HP X-Torq engine (CARB Compliant)
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- Lightweight blower with integrated back pack harness for landscape professionals as well as homeowners
- 2.1 HP X-Torq engine reduces harmful exhaust emissions and increase fuel efficiency
- Comfortable, ventilated and load-reducing harness with hip belt and wide shoulder straps
- Fan speed can be set for easier handling; air purge removes air from carburetor and fuel system for easy starting
- CARB Compliant, 692.17 cfm
- Purchase this Husqvarna handheld item along with 3-32 ounce cans of Husqvarna pre-mix fuel, register your product online, and your consumer warranty will be extended from 2 years to 4 years
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|Item Dimensions||19 x 19 x 79 inches|
|Item Weight||22.5 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9658775-02|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||2 Year Parts & Labor Warranty|
|Shipping Weight||25.6 pounds|
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Perfect for professional landscape contractors as well as homeowners with large land areas, the uniquely lightweight, mid-size Husqvarna 350BT back pack blower features a new, powerful X-Torq engine for increased power, better fuel economy and reduced emissions. The harness and controls are ergonomically designed for high capacity and ease of use, and throttle controls are mounted on the tube.
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With its 2.1-horsepower engine and maximum power speed of 7,500 RPM, this blower is able to generate wind speeds up to 180 miles per hour--enough to blow away even the most stubborn yard waste. Husqvarna's patented 2-stroke X-Torq engine technology gives you more power when you need it, and with up to 20 percent less fuel consumption and up to 60 percent less emissions (when compared to a standard 2-stroke engine).
Comfortably designed for hours of use, the 350BT features an integrated harness that's ventilated and helps reduce load with a hip belt that's shaped to fit the contours of the operator and wide shoulder straps. The handle has an easily adjustable soft grip for optimal maneuvering.
Its high-volume 42.27-ounce tank can sustain hours of use. It also features a cruise-control function that maintains a constant fan speed, allowing you to complete big jobs without having to constantly regulate your blower's speed. Other features include a an easily adjustable soft-grip handle, intuitively gathered controls, and an air purge function that removes air from the carburetor and fuel system for easier starting. It's backed by a 2-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Husqvarna gas-powered blower, integrated harness, and manual
Husqvarna: Exceptional Products for Exceptional Yards
Great yards demand equipment that is as dedicated and hardworking as you are. Fortunately, Husqvarna's range of garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and snow blowers to trimmers and chainsaws that let you master your slice of the great outdoors. With Husqvarna, it's easy to make your yard the envy of the neighborhood. Founded in Sweden in 1689, Husqvarna is one of the world's oldest companies.
Top Customer Reviews
I basically narrowed my choices down to Stihl 380, the comparable Echo, and the Husky 150 BT or 350 BT, which seem to be the same model. The Husky is just a Redmax EBZ5100 with orange plastic and a slightly different backpack system. Redmax has had a great rep among commercial users for a long time, so I can understand why husqvarna bought them and rebadged it.
Anyway, I ruled out the Stihl 380 since the echo and husky perform closer to the Stihl 420 but cost a bit less. The 380 and 420 seem to be essentially the same blower with different tubes. So I can't see why there's a $100 price difference. They have the same engine, and the same specs at the housing, but at the tube end the 420 has more volume. The Stihl is also an older design, but in it's favor, it's proven to be essentially bulletproof.
As far as how it works, it's an amazing product compared to the homelight, and the time we save clearing leaves makes me wish we'd bought it a long time ago. I really can't see making a decision based on the $30 price difference between the brands, so I chose the one I liked best based on performance and perceived noise. These light commercial grade blowers are all so close, I think the best advice is to pick the one that has a good dealer close by.
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This Blower would be more than ample for an average yard or commercial use Dailey and does well even on wet leaves. My yard is rather large and many, many leaves for which I have a commercial grade push blower but wanted this for around the shrubs which boarders the property of about 1 acre. Compared to others that are $75.00 less this is the worth the extra money for the better performance and a well-constructed unit with proper care should last 10 yrs. or more.
As a person whose job is Quality Assurance I grade tough on many levels and would have no problem telling you of any problem but this product makes the grade. Money well spent and not a second of regret for this purchase.
Before I get into specific features, let me say a bit about what type of consumer should consider this product, and what competing products it is equivalent to. I've used both a Stihl BR420 and an Echo PB620, and the Husqvarna 350BT offers basically the same power and performance as these other two mid-range performers. Don't get too hung up on horsepower numbers, small variances in CFM, or MPH values. Even though the 350BT has less horsepower than the other two I mentioned, and even though it has a CFM value just slightly less than the other two, it really does hold its own against them.
If you are the "average", homeowner with a half acre or less yard, then you would definitely be pleased with the 350BT, but you might be able to get away with a less expensive model. A lot of this will depend on the amount of leaves you need to move each season. I found the smallest Echo backpack blower to be adequate on an average yard.
If you have a few acres of land, or less than an acre with excessive leaves, or even a small landscaping business, then the 350BT will probably work well for you. The only thing I wouldn't be sure about would be full-time 8-hour day usage -- maybe you need to step up to one of the big boys. But then again, if you need a big boy blower, you're probably not considering this blower anyway.
For comparison, I have 7 acres, not all of which is wooded. On a typical Saturday I will spend several hours blowing leaves and loading them up onto a 6x12 high-side utility trailer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
would have loved to try it out, but when I opened the box it was without a gas cap!!! Great I guess I will go back and order a cap.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This just works, and works, and works, and works. For the years I've had it, I haven't had any problems with it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bob Hughes
Amazon Prime took care of me on this purchase thank you Im a member for life . The blower works great too.Published 11 days ago by Motorcitymadman
Starts up no problem everytime - though I do have to do it like a chainsaw where I kind of "drop" the blower with one hand while pulling on the cord - there's just no way... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Brian Bartsch
I actually have owned 4 of these. Usually I'm a fan a Husqvarna products, and I've owned a total of 4 of this particular model of backpack blower. Read morePublished 14 days ago by James Unterreiner
Outstanding blower. A little heavy, but the heavy-duty ability to move leaves and debris makes it worthwhile.Published 17 days ago by Robert A. Hart
Very disappointed. Only had the unit for 6 months when it stopped working. The problem was diagnosed as fuel. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Hampton Lady