Today we’re looking at the Hyundai leaf blower which is battery-powered and currently selling for £189, including VAT. Now, we are also going to take a look at two other Hyundai models, which are, are not battery-powered. A two-stroke petrol engine powers these two models. Now, this is the handheld petrol leaf blower, the Hyundai 26 cc two-stroke three in one petrol leaf blower, which is a cheaper price at £139.99 including VAT. And we are going to look at the larger backpack model briefly; this is the Hyundai 52 cc two-stroke backpack petrol leaf blower, which is £169.99, including VAT.
So the battery-powered model is actually more expensive! I just want to give you a few pros and cons for this leaf blower. So the good thing is it’s very quiet and the great thing is with any leaf blower, I actually use mine all year round. It’s the tool that I use most in the garden it’s almost used on a daily basis. So if you think you just want one for leaf blowing, it’s also great for doing driveways, patios, and clearing moss off the lawn if you have scarified your lawn. They have many uses, I even use my leaf blower for clearing out gutters. A leaf blower will clean your gutters quickly; on some models, you can purchase an extension tool specially designed for cleaning gutters. I’m not sure if this one has that or not, but that’s another subject.
How Long Can I Use Hyundai Battery-Powered Cordless Blower Between Charges?
So back to the Hyundai battery-powered cordless blower, the low speed is 101 mph of air, the battery will last up to 34 minutes on this setting. But if you’re on the high-speed setting, it will only last for approximately 15 minutes. The full speed is 132 miles per hour, there is a variable switch on this, so you can vary the speed.
You Can Purchase The Hyundai Battery-Powered Cordless Blower Here
- 40 V battery-powered leaf blower.
- More than a leaf blower, can be used for many jobs in the garden.
- Lightweight at just under 2.5 kg.
- 132 mph airspeed.
- Maximum battery time 34 minutes.
- The battery is interchangeable with other 40 V models.
- Three-year domestic warranty.
- One-year commercial warranty.
Sometimes when you’re getting in corners with a blower, you will want to reduce the blowing power or pressure when going around delicate plants or something similar. Another plus point is that it’s very lightweight. It’s just 2.46 kilograms. So much lighter than a petrol model, which can be a big advantage for some people. However, I have never found petrol handheld blowers tiring to use, as they are not particularly heavy. And of course, with knapsack petrol blowers, they are carried on your back, so you don’t really notice the weight.
So the charge time for, for a battery for the battery is 75 minutes. So if you’re going to be using it for more than half an hour, you probably need to think, is this right for me. There is nothing worse than having to wait for a battery to charge up so you can’t finish the job. This is why it may be worth looking at the petrol models. Now, another good point is that Hyundai offers a three-year warranty for domestic use and a one-year warranty for commercial use. I wouldn’t recommend purchasing these leaf blowers for commercial use, even though they do guarantee their machines for commercial use, which is a good sign.
Let’s Look At The Blowing Power
So this one here, the smaller handheld petrol model, the Hyundai 26 cc two-stroke three in one petrol leaf blower, which has an air speed of 153 mph against 132 mph for the electric model. It’s also quite a bit cheaper at £139.99. Another cheaper option is to look at the larger backpack model which is known as the Hyundai 52 cc two-stroke backpack petrol leaf blower. This has blowing power up to 170 miles per hour. Once again, these two petrol leaf blowers have a three year warranty for domestic use and one year for commercial use. So as you can see, there are pros and cons with both models.
I Would Go For One Of The Petrol Models
With the Hyundai battery-powered cordless blower you haven’t got too much engine noise although is still get quite a bit of noise from blowing. Personally, if I was buying, I would definitely go for either the Hyundai 26 cc two-stroke three in one petrol leaf blower, or the Hyundai 52 cc two-stroke backpack petrol leaf blower, but this is just my take. The biggest thing for me is that you can’t, carry on working if the battery runs out, unless you have multiple batteries!
I like the idea of just being able to use a petrol leaf blower anywhere without worrying about the batteries running out of power. Provided you have petrol, you can use it all day and you don’t have to worry about batteries charging up. And I like the fact that the petrol models give better value for money. So if you’ve got any comments, please feel free to comment on this video. I’m here to try and help, I like to try and advise people to get the best machine for the job. I always advise people to buy the best machine they can afford. I know we’ve all got a budget, but if you purchase a quality machine, it can give you many years of service in the long term. In my experience, it works out much cheaper in the long run and you’re using a quality tool.