So far so good. This product is everything as advertised. Light weight, decent power, easy to start, and not very noisy. The price was very fair.
October 16, 2012
I have purchased a blower and weedeater within the last three years. Within weeks of each other they would not start. Same problem with each which was the purge bulb would not work and thus the engine will not run. Replaced bulb and fuel lines on each and still will not run. I also have a chainsaw which I purchased years ago and never have an issue. Obviously the quality has declined and I've replaced both with Stihl.
October 14, 2012
I use this blower to remove leaves from my yard and driveway and also to dry off my Harley after I wash it.
October 14, 2012
Stopped working after 8 months
The blower was great until it stopped working after 15 uses. The fuel lines deteriorated where they enter the fuel tank and broke apart. This is not covered under the warranty.
October 12, 2012
Stopped after 15 uses
I have owned the 125B for 8 months and used it about 15 times. It ran very well until two days ago when it stopped working. After being told fuel related issues are not under warranty I went to repair it myself and found the fuel lines had disintegrated where they enter the fuel tank. I had to get new fuel lines.
October 10, 2012
Great to use and handle.
I find this blower easy to handle because it is very well balanced and it is easy to control the speed and the direction of the air.
October 3, 2012
125B fuel line design terrible
Used the new Husqvarna half a dozen times at most and generally liked it's capabilities. Then it stopped working. Broken fuel line--can't tell if it just popped out or was sheared somehow. Not a simple fix. Terrible durability to break so quickly.
October 2, 2012
Only used a dozen times before it broke
I always heard good things about the Husqvarna brand so when my last leaf blower quit after 10 years or so, I decided to replace it with this model. I've only used it about a dozen times when it stopped working. I pulled the thing apart to find that the fuel hose had fallen off the gas tank. I tried to put it back in with needle nose pliers only to find that the reason it fell off was it was the hose was too short and didnt have enough slack. 'Looks like I'm going hose shopping for a nearly brand new blower.
September 15, 2012