HUSQVARNA 130BT

The Husqvarna 130BT is a unique lightweight back pack blower with the large landowner in mind. It combines very low weight and ease of use for those who have to work for longer periods of time. Features include a new X-Torq® engine for increased power, better fuel economy and reduced emissions. Harness and tube-mounted controls improve operational ergonomics.

29.5 cc, 360.21 cfm, 145 mph, 14.77 lbs

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$ 229.95

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Features for 130BT

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

  • The handle can be adjusted to fit the operator and has rubber inserts for a comfortable grip.

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

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

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

  • Adjustable handles for superior comfort.

  • Fan speed can be set for easier handling.

Product reviews for 130BT

HUSQVARNA 130BT 4.6 5 210 210
Love my backpack blower! After wrestling with countless blowers, both gas & electric, I've finally found the right one! The 130BT is easy to start, powerful & comfortable to operate. February 25, 2011
Provides outstanding quality and service. The blower has satisfied all my expectations. It has the dependability and performance that I have grown to expect from Husqvarna products. Its light weight, ease of use and functional efficiency have made quick work of every yard project that I have initiated. I have a yard filled with large hardwoods and the blower handles the volume of leaves produced quickly and easily. As with other Husqvarna products it is exceptionally well engineered to give lasting, reliable performance. I have no doubt that this product will provide the same value as previous purchases of your equipment and will continue to provide excellent service. I would highly recommend it to anyone contemplating the purchase of a blower with this impressive capability. February 25, 2011
Backpack blower I have really enjoyed my backack blower. It is powerful and easy to use. It is durable, light weight and generaly quite. My only complaint is that it is a little awkward to start. It usually takes two to three pulls of the rope (even with a warm engine). The primer bulb is difficult to access and there is no place to put your foot when starting except on the fuel cap. the combination of compression and light weight requires too much effort to crank without placing it on the ground and placing your foot on it to hold in place when starting. February 24, 2011
Workhorse My Husqvarna Blower has twice as much blow power than my last backpack blower. It makes the job at hand much easier to complete and takes a lot less time. My dad calls it the blowing machine. It is easy to crank and it's ergonomics fit me well. February 24, 2011
130BT 2 strokes normally are not easy to start but this one starts within 3 pulls, even after not being used for a while. It is powerful, quiet and does a good job. February 24, 2011
Husqvarna beats Stihl The Husqvarna is so smooth. I have owned many Stihl products. I was a Stihl loyalist for many years until I owned a Husky. I would buy a Husqvarna motorcycle too, if I had the money to trade off my Suzuki. I paid $125 for the 130BT a couple years ago at Lowes on a sale. Great unit, starts and runs every time. Although an amateur logger, many of my professional logger friends take Husqvarna over Stihl. February 24, 2011
great blower The blower has excellent power and manages all jobs I have given it. I have just under 2 acres so it has done many jobs. Decreased the amount of time I blow grass cuttings by at least 2/3rd. Also as you can control the blowing speed it can work near doors well. Lightweight enough for my kids to use February 24, 2011
103bt Excellent Blower Great blower! Very dependable! One of the better purchases I have ever made on lawn equipment! February 24, 2011
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