FAQs on Cordless Leaf Blowers
Sure, it's easy.There are a choice of two easy steps. Make a portable source of 120 VAC for your corded blower motor using a battery and an inverter of the right power level. My little blower uses 120VAC 7Amps continuously so you will need a 1000 W inverter.
You can keep the original trigger switch and motor wiring if you want. But the wiring from the battery to the inverter needs to handle 70 Amps and the battery to be size to provide that current for the length of time you will be using it.
Take the 120 VAC motor out of you blower and replace it with a 1 HP 1224 V DC motor of your choosing and then find a portable battery pack to run that motor, while replacing all the wiring and switches because the current will be 10 times as much as for the original motor.
Make sure your battery is big enough since the current will need to be about 70 Amperes at 12 Volts DC fo the entire period of use between charges. Finally for both choices you have to locate and mount the battery and electronics on the outside of your blower because there won't have been room before.read more
If you have a large garden then gathering dried leaves and other dust materials may take a very long time. But, if you are using the best cordless leaf to help you with this task then it will not take much time.
A leaf blower can do much more task that lawnmower or rakes cannot do when it comes to cleaning your yard to look perfect. You can also use the cordless leaf blower to clean garage, gutter and driveways. There are many tools that provide exceptional performance and one such tool is Greenworks G-MAX 40V cordless leaf blower.
This tool requires low maintenance and has a lightweight design. The wind speed that this tool provides is around 150 mph. This speed is perfect for cleaning leaves and debris. The tool provides extra control over speed through the sweeper tip.read more
Hi Logan, with apologies to the intent of your initial question, I have not yet found a handheld leaf vacuum with a level of suction power and bag capacity that is satisfying to use. I use a backpack blower to clear out beds and blow stray leaves into piles, along with a rake and a walk-behind leaf vacuum.
With regard to handhelds, Consumer Reports seems to share some of my reservations: Do You Really Need a Leaf Blower Vacuum? Maybe some of these handheld leaf blower vacuums are okay for garden beds or small lawns, but I personally don't use them.
They fill up too quickly and then you waste too much time emptying the bag. It's too bad because the equipment doesn't take up much space in a garage. Perhaps someone has had a different experience with handheld leaf vacuums, but, well, this has been my experience.read more