I bought a new blower from Lowes 125 B and after 3 months in quit running. I sent it in for service and was told it was bad gas and the repair was more that the purchase price.
Lowes replace the product.
Three months later with the new blower, same problem. Knowing the warranty was worthless I took it apart and the fuel line broke. I replace it with an aftermarket kit and works perfectly. I Imaging the same problem occured with the first blower.
February 2, 2013
This item was purchased in Nov, 2011 as a gift for my son-inlaw. First used in May followed by five additional times. In October it could no longer be used because the fuel was leaking from the rotted fuel line. Five months and the fuel line rots out, give the consumer a break!
Luckily, I like to repair equipment, otherwise the dealer repair shops must love Husqvarna for the business they send.
January 19, 2013
easy to use right out of the box
powerfull and lightweight .expecting it to lasts like my 40 year old chainsaw
January 9, 2013
Blower could be more powerful
The power on this machine is not what I expected. There is also an issue with the carburetor between choke and run. it does not run well enough. You have to keep a partial choke in order to keep it running.
It seems to to have improved after running for several hours but ti is still not what I expected.
December 21, 2012
If you want an awesome blower, The HUSQVARNA 125B is it!
it's go the power, quality, durability & reliability you need. I have a HUSQVARNA trimmer and now I have the blower to go with it. I am set!
November 30, 2012
No harness included, it seems a little heavy, inexpensive.
November 26, 2012
great little machine, easy to start...only problem i had was the direction tube flat on the end does not seem to fit correctly....still rate it as an excellent product...
November 22, 2012
Fuel line problem and then still wont run
My 125b is about a year old and probably used 6 times. While using it last weekend it stopped running and I found the fuel lines to have "rotted" and broke in half. After reading this was not covered under the warranty I just replaced them myself. Started it back up, used it for 15 minutes and it began to bog down when RPM's were high. Re-checked the fuel lines and they were good. I spray cleaned the carb and it would only start in full choke. I checked the spark plug and replaced it anyway... It would then start again only in full choke but as soon as I tried to change the choke lever to "run" it dies. Now it will not start at all. I'm puzzled and just wondering if I should spend the $30 to get another carb to put on it or if I should put that money towards a new one #different brand of course#.
When it ran, it ran good but went downhill quickly.
November 20, 2012