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Ego Backpack Blower Model LB6000

If you are taking a stroll down the OPE aisles at The Home Depot, you have probably seen the name Ego.  This is a brand that has hit the market hard over the last couple of years with battery powered OPE tools such as a lawnmower, hand held blower, string trimmer, chainsaw and more.  While Ego is a newer company to market, the main company, Chervon, has been around a long time.  They have plenty of experience and in fact we had a chance to visit them first hand.  While the visit was awesome, I took away two things....

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Best Cordless Blower – Handheld Cordless Blower Tool Fight

It’s that time of year when the leaves are changing colors and they are about to fall.  They will start to cover up your grass and clog up your gutters.  Now you may be in the market for a new blower either because yours is getting old or you have been hearing good things about battery powered blowers.   We see our neighbors with their fancy blowers, we see ads on TV or the newspaper and we see them at our local hardware store.  So which one is the best one on the market?  Which would meet our needs and which...

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Ego Blower

You may or may not know, but Ego is pretty new to OPE.  Since they have come out, they have been turning heads.  Not only has the consumer been more intrigued by their quality products, but other OPE manufacturers have been trying to play catch up with Ego.  Well Ego did it again with the new Ego Blower.  They just introduced a new 56v blower, which is a step up from their LB4801. Ego has managed to increase the cfm while lowering the weight and size of the blower.  The new blower has a total of 530 cfm while the...

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Ego 56V Blower

I am becoming a huge fan of the Ego line of outdoor tools.  Now I still don’t know how they will hold up over time, but for now they are a winning combination.  The blower isn’t any different.  With a 1 hour run time, you can pretty much get any job done.  I have to say I love the features of this tool such as being able to dial down or dial up the speed.  Plus they incorporated a turbo button to get that extra speed when you need to push heavier items.  I do wish there was a...

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