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Husqvarna 525iB Cordless Leaf Blower

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Well-balanced, comfortable and efficient professional battery blower. The machine’s low noise level allows you to work in the most public of settings. An easy tap on the keypad starts the machine instantly at all times and the cruise control means full focus on blowing leaves and debris away. The blower also has a boost power mode that gives you a little extra power when needed.

Features:

Brushless Motor
High torque to weight ratio for increased efficiency, increased reliability, reduced noise, and longer product-life.

Comfortable Working Position
Working with harness and eyelet equipped machine gives a comfortable working position.

Excellent Ergonomics
Excellent ergonomics through its exceptional product balance, comfortable handle grip, and intuitive keypad. The ergonomically shaped handle for greater comfort and easy access to the controls.

Low Maintenance
No refilling of fuel, fewer parts to serve and an electronically controlled drive system means less downtime and low operation costs.

Boost Effect
Maximized blowing speed during limited time through easily accessible boost mode.

Lightweight Design
Low total weight through fewer components and the lightweight electric motor in comparison with petrol machines.

Advanced Motor Fan Design
Best performance in pro battery class due to the advanced electric motor fan design.

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