This is my first Husqvarna product and it is all it claimed to be. It is very easy starting, has adequate power and is reliable so far. Assembly was very easy.
I bought it after a strong recommendation from my son who has the 130 model and is very pleased.
November 2, 2012
This product is powerful and handy
I've had a 350BT for just under a month and already I wonder why I raked leaves for so many years! Since I live in a heavily forested area, that's a good question. So far, the unit starts easily, has a responsive throttle connection to the trigger on the tube, and shows plenty of power in moving air. My only complaints are that it gets heavy after 3-4 hours of use and could use a bent nozzle tip to better direct air flow. Other than those things, I'm very happy with the unit.
October 31, 2012
This blower is great. Good power and fits great and not heavy on the back.
October 30, 2012
A great combination of power and performance without being loud or having excessive vibration. Best blower I've ever had so far.
October 28, 2012
Wow, the power
Wow, this unit blew me away.[ Ha] The ease of use and power is fantastic. This isn't you Dad's old blower. Highly recommended if you've got a large property or just want to clear an area really fast. Be aware this is a backpack machine and not a light hand held.
October 27, 2012
its now fun
My trees are getting larger every year, gone are thw days of using the riding mower to push the leaves into the woods. The 350 bt makes it easy to get rid of the leaves.
October 26, 2012
Very user friendly...goodbye leaves
This backpack blower has ample power for a three(3) acre wooded lot. Ease of operation, quiet, light weight, low vibration, starts on one pull. One tank of gas lasts approximately three hours.
October 25, 2012
No More Raking!!
This is an excellent machine. I've used smaller handheld blowers and they can tire out your arms and leave you with numb hands from the vibrrations. This blower is well sized and can go for hours. We live in the woods on a multi-acre lot and it's not uncommon to run the blower for three or four hours at a time. Each tank runs for an hour or more with the blower on full throttle the entire time. One recommendation that I think could really improve this would be a chest-strap connecting the two shoulder straps. That would help take the strain off the shoulders and cause less operator fatigue. A chest strap would help distribute that load accross the upper body better. The description currently says that these are ergonomic straps, but I think they're missing this key link to better distibute the wieght of the unit.
October 24, 2012