The Husqvarna 150BT is a commercial grade blower in the popular 50 cc mid-size range featuring the powerful X-Torq® engine. The harness and controls are ergonomically designed for high capacity and ease of use.


$ 299.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for 150BT

  • The X-Torq® engine design reduces harmful exhaust emissions by up to 60% and increases fuel efficiency by up to 20%.

  • The powerful and easy to start X-Torq® engine in combination with efficient fan design delivers high air speed and air flow.

  • Removes air from carburetor and fuel system for easy starting.

  • Padded harness and hipbelt is shaped to fit the contours of the operator.

Product reviews for 150BT

HUSQVARNA 150BT 4.7 5 358 358
Great value This unit has exceeded expectations. Very easy to start with ample power for this pricepoint. Comfortable and well built. December 4, 2012
Incredible Blower My Husqvarna 150BT is a refurbished from the factory . I really enjoy using mine every chance I get . It works flawless & is always on call when I need it. My favorite features are... Easy Start Great on Fuel Very Comfortable Easy on your back & lower back Lots of power get up & go Great Value $ December 4, 2012
Unbelievable value...very surprised! I work for a very large parks and recreation department and we are responsible for maintaining hundreds of acres of beautiful semi wooded parks. The blowers that we use are the big names St--- and R--m-- and cost $500+. So, when I was shopping around for a backpack blower to use at home, I did not have very high expectations. I mean, how good could it be if it only costs $299 and I was accustomed to using "the best". Man was I surprised!! My Husqvarna 150t performs just as we'll, if not better, than the $500 blowers that we use in the parks. The one difference that I noticed immediately is that my Husqvarva is quieter and has less vibration than the big name, big money blower. I am extremely happy with the sturdy construction and quality materials used to build the blower...again, equal to or better than the big name big money blower. The Husqvarna backpack blowers are definitely the best blower for the money...hands down! December 2, 2012
Great power This blower is very powerful and easy to use, but the second time I was using it something seemed to break and cause a loud rattling noise in the engine. I returned it and received a replacement at Lowes. Hopefully the replacement will not have any issues. December 2, 2012
GREAT PRODUCT Have used the blower several times since purchasing. Lot quieter than my smaller Husqvarna backpack blower. Easy to assemble and use. Great product, works as advertised. December 2, 2012
Quiet homeowner machine This replaces my 165 that was stolen and I am happier with this model. There is plenty of wind power and now I don't need earplugs. If I used this for a living it is a good clean up machine that won't tire you out but won't clean the football field as quickly as larger/heavier machines. For a homeowner with just under two acres I'm very pleased. December 2, 2012
Excellent in all but ergonomics The shoulder straps are comfortable and also the belly straps. It starts well & runs well. I am a tall 75 year old man with a bad back. This is my first back pack. Jas. M. December 1, 2012
I should have bought this 20 yrs ago..... This backback blower has sone a great job of clearing my yard, even scouring wet leaves and dog poo free from the grass and into and past my treeline. For years I planned on buying a yard vacuum, but I've concluded that the freedom from clogging hoses and emptying bags must explain why this is the professional approach to leaf clearing operations. It also is useful for drying and blowing other stuff to, so a good thing to add to the home armamentarium. It starts easily and idles well, and is not too loud. I'm impressed. I haven't owned it long enough to know about durability, but it looks good to my Professional Mechanical Engineer's eye. I'd suggest enclosing or identifying a suitable temporary lubricant to aid in assembling the blower duct pieces...I used a dry Teflon spray because the plastic has a high coefficient of friction. I was torn between that and dishsoap. December 1, 2012
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