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MAKITA DUB182Z 18v Leaf Blower BODY ONLY £63.48 at ToolStoreUK (+ free Makita Powerbank (add to your basket from the link in description)
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MAKITA DUB182Z 18v Leaf Blower BODY ONLY £63.48 at ToolStoreUK (+ free Makita Powerbank (add to your basket from the link in description)

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Posted 4th Mar

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  • Max air volume: 2.3m³/min
  • Max air velocity: 72m/sec
  • Max air pressure: 5.4kPa
  • Vacuum function: Yes
Air volume setting dial: 3 settingsNet weight with battery: 1.7kgBody Only: Batteries and Charger Not Included18VUses 18V Li-ion battery as a power unit; 1.5Ah battery BL1815, 3.0Ah BL1830B, 4.0Ah BL1840B or 5.0Ah BL1850B battery can be used (not included).Ergonomically designed handle with rubberised soft grip provides comfortable grip and more control while minimizing hand fatigue and pain.Anti-static electricity for comfortable operation.3 air volume settings: Low, Medium, HighVacuum function - can be used as a vacuum with a dust bag (122321-1)
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Cheaper at FFX on ebay with the 10% off code PETAL10 £57.47
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This is not a leaf blower, it’s for sawdust and stuff
MrJed04/03/2020 12:03

This is not a leaf blower, it’s for sawdust and stuff


Intrigued....... What's the "stuff"?
As others said this isn't a leaf blower its a work area / electric area blower. Although its not officially sold as a electric blower its often used as, and many people market it as a blower used to clean electric cub boards etc prior to working in them.
I have one, in addition to cleaning your work area its great for blowing up airbeds, paddling pools etc, drying car after wash.
Its a shame it doesn't come with the bag that turns it into a vacuum
schnecker04/03/2020 12:15

Intrigued....... What's the "stuff"?


Airbeds.
I created and printed a 3d model to allow to inflate air matresses.
thingiverse.com/thi…679
Works great... Blows up single in 30 secs.
Edited by: "fryitup" 4th Mar
If you want a Makita leaf blower, then DUB362Z is the way to go. It's 36v so you'll need two batteries. If you use 3ah then at full blast you'll only get 5 mins run time, but with 5ah it'll last 10-12 mins. If you reduce the speed then longer run times are possible.

Amazing piece of kit, and as powerful as a petrol blower. Just a shame about the short battery times.
Edited by: "sharkmark" 4th Mar
sharkmark04/03/2020 12:51

If you want a Makita leaf blower, then DUB362Z is the way to go. It's 36v …If you want a Makita leaf blower, then DUB362Z is the way to go. It's 36v so you'll need two batteries. If you use 3ah then at full blast you'll only get 5 mins run time, but with 5ah it'll last 10-12 mins. If you reduce the speed then longer run times are possible.Amazing piece of kit, and as powerful as a petrol blower. Just a shame about the short battery times.


I bought one of those last week of EBay for just under £80 to use as a means of propulsion for my paddle board
Can you set it to suck too? Asking for a friend
TheOak04/03/2020 20:36

Can you set it to suck too? Asking for a friend


Yes, but without a bag whatever's sucked in will be spaffed up the wall...
I got this on an amazon deal a while back, agree with other comments that it’s not strong enough (or long enough!) to use as a leaf blower. Useful though, I use it for cleaning in the garage and drying the car after washing
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