A great tool to have in your ward goods
This is my first blower and I am so impressed. I actually blew out the dust, spiders and dirt from my garage, worked down the driveway and up the walk to the front door. Leaves will fly away in the fall and not pile up in my doorways
June 17, 2012
This blower is much more powerful and quieter than my previous blower (different brand). I prefer this blower much more than any other I have owned.
June 16, 2012
This is the best blower I've owned and I've owned a lot of them in my 76 years. it starts easy, has plenty of power to blow the debree in my yard. It's light enough for me to take on the roof and blow off the roof and gutters. I have back problems and this blower makes it easy for me to walk around and blow off the driveway and patio without a problem. I recommend this to anyone with a medium size yard or up to an acre.
June 13, 2012
130BT a great value for medium-sized yards
I purchased the 130BT after having a competitive gas-powered, hand-held blower in the past and it has been wonderful for the month or so that I've owned it. The only concern that I have is that when starting the blower the choke is on. After 10 minutes of using it I should be able to turn the choke off. However, if the choke is turned all the way off the blower will quit working which makes it necessary to start again and keep the choke on about 1/2 way. Hopefully this won't pose a problem in the future!
June 8, 2012
Readily starts and easy to maneuver for a 100 lb. female.
June 2, 2012
Great little machine
No comment on durability since I have only used the blower a few times as yet. I am an older female and chose this model because of its light weight (about 14 pounds), but it has plenty of power for what I want to do -- blow grass clippings, clean decks, etc.
May 29, 2012
Light weight and powerful
Great blower for home use-Easy to use-Easy to start-Overall great preforming machine
May 29, 2012
I have had this blower for 2 months and have now spent more time trying to get it to start than I have actually using the blower. Once it gets going, it works great, but that is the problem - getting it going.
We have, on various occasions, done the following: followed the starting directions to a tee, pumped the primer only 5 times instead of 10, pumped the primer 15 times instead of 10, opened the choke, replaced the spark plug. Now we have to take our new blower in for service already just so we can use it.
Maybe I just ended up with a bum unit but this this has been a pain in my rear and wasted hours of my time - time I was hoping to save over the old, slow, electric blower...
May 27, 2012