HUSQVARNA 350BT

The Husqvarna 350BT is a unique lightweight back pack blower with the large landowner in mind. This popular 50 cc mid-size blower features a new, powerful X-TORQ engine for increased power, better fuel economy and reduced emissions. The harness and controls are ergonomically designed for high capacity and ease of use. Throttle controls are mounted on the tube.

50.2 cc, 494.41 cfm, 180 mph, 22.5 lbs

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$ 319.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for 350BT

  • 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.

  • Comfortable, ventilated and load-reducing harness with hip belt and wide shoulder straps.

  • Adjustable handles for superior comfort.

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

  • Fan speed can be set for easier handling.

  • Easily adjustable soft-grip handle for optimum comfort.

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

More features

  • LowVib®

Product reviews for 350BT

HUSQVARNA 350BT 4.7 5 288 288
Great Machine I have had this blower for three years now. What a machine. Starts first time, every time. It moves twigs and debris right along with the leaves. I have to back off of the power when I go in the flower beds to keep the mulch from blowing away. February 24, 2011
350BT Backpack blower This is a compact lightweight and powerful machine. I really like the ergonomic trigger style throttle. It's great on gas and has the ease and reliability of quick starting. February 24, 2011
This product does the job and always starts easily You will not be sorry with the power and features. Plus its very reliable and is a lightweight blower on you back or shoulders. AAAAA+++ February 24, 2011
This product is reliable I have had my blower for two years and have never had a problem starting it or operating it. February 24, 2011
Great blower Bought in Oct 2009. I have 2 acres of heavy deciduous trees and some pines. About 70% of the land is groomed. The blower works great for cleaning. From pine needles to leaves. I even get on the roof to get rid of leaves and pine needles. Usually starts on second pull when cold, first when warm. I use the blower for at least an hour every week from June through November without problems. Great power, even blows and moves wet leaves and pine needles. Cons: 1. I put on my own chest strap from comfort. 2. It is tough to hold blower and pull the cord. would have been nice is they would have a place where you could brace blower with foot. Fortunately the cord does not pull to hard. It is hard for my wife to start because of the awkwardness. 3. Engine makes a small amount of knocking noise??? February 24, 2011
This is what we have come to expect from Husqvarna! My backpack blower was easy to assemble and started right up on the first try. Over the years, I've tried to "save money" and purchased some real junk, thinking that if I didn't work the equipment too hard and took care of it, it would hold up and be just as good as a name brand tool. It never went like that. I'm hooked on Husqvarna. I'll never buy any important tool from one of those chinese outlet stores again! This blower makes my work so much easier, because I don't have to fight with the tool just to get it started and keep it running. My blower works so well that I use it to blow 2" of snow from my entire side walk. Talk about power. February 24, 2011
This blower has plenty of power. The 350BT has all the power that a homeowner or commercial landscaper needs. February 23, 2011
Husky 350 My Husky 350 backpack blower is absolutely awsome! I bought it for our lake house property which has about twenty oaks trees plus all the neighbor trees on 3/4 acre. What used to take three hours with two hand held blowers it now takes about one hour even if the leaves are damp. I have only used it three time so I do not know how to rate the durablity? Next to the best $300.00 I have ever spent. February 22, 2011
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