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  • #567146
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    @rylim I don’t have no idea never used one but from Germany step specs corded one is much higher. One is 270m3 an hour other one is 120m3 in hour very big diffrent

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    #567178
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Yeah it’s around there came in really quick to from u.k and works great I like it alot so convenient for cleaning the of the tools

    I don’t know but I always have a problem to watch those videos. anybody else or is it just me? 😀

    No I can’t see any of those kine either.

    #567217

    I’m pretty confident that a corded blower will have more power than a cordless blower. I did see a comparison videos from a chainsaw, corded vs cordless and the corded made quicker cuts.

    Depends on voltage. Get me a nice 56v, especially the backpack model, and you are up in power curves of 5-10 amp corded. Ive never seen a corded model over 3 amps, so these are better.

    Maybe someone makes a badass 10-15A corded blower, but I’ve not seen it

    #567322

    We had a 36 volt blower out on the roof today blowing all the sawdust away. It works great.

    I love cleaning off roof decks with air blowers so much faster and safe over the broom days or the air hose trick. .

    Always willing to learn .

    #567446
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I don’t have no idea never used one but from Germany step specs corded one is much higher. One is 270m3 an hour other one is 120m3 in hour very big diffrent

    That is a big difference in performance.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #567520

    I don’t have no idea never used one but from Germany step specs corded one is much higher. One is 270m3 an hour other one is 120m3 in hour very big diffrent

    That is a big difference in performance.

    Thats compared to 18v though

    #567531
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I don’t have no idea never used one but from Germany step specs corded one is much higher. One is 270m3 an hour other one is 120m3 in hour very big diffrent

    That is a big difference in performance.

    Thats compared to 18v though

    Still a big difference. Need a really good blower. I don’t need a HD weedeater but a powerful blower can’t be beat.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #567535

    I don’t have no idea never used one but from Germany step specs corded one is much higher. One is 270m3 an hour other one is 120m3 in hour very big diffrent

    That is a big difference in performance.

    Thats compared to 18v though

    Still a big difference. Need a really good blower. I don’t need a HD weedeater but a powerful blower can’t be beat.

    I stand by the Ego

    10min. at 810m3/h w/2.0Ah battery -Boost mode;
    18min. at 650m3/h w/2.0Ah battery -Max. air;
    60min. at 420m3/h w/2.0Ah battery – Min. air

    #567550
    rylim
    Pro
    Missouri City, Texas

    270m3



    @Masterbosch
    Thanks for digging out the specification of the blowers. The corded blower seems to be the winner in airflow.

    #567559

    270m3

    @masterbosch Thanks for digging out the specification of the blowers. The corded blower seems to be the winner in airflow.

    Between those two, yes. Add in another battery one: 810m3/h

    #567670
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Bosch’s (green) 36V blower has air speed between 170 – 250km/h
    But I don’t know the air flow rate

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    #567707
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    I wish they focus on the 2x18v line blower rather then one 36volt so we can actually use one platform for all but looks like it’s not gonna happen since they already have 36vline up. Corded one is Def hard to drag around you can be cordless if voltage is right for the specific tool

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    #567924
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Bosch’s (green) 36V blower has air speed between 170 – 250km/h
    But I don’t know the air flow rate

    Wow that is some power right there. Very nice but I bet NAINA right?

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #567967
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Bosch’s (green) 36V blower has air speed between 170 – 250km/h
    But I don’t know the air flow rate

    Wow that is some power right there. Very nice but I bet NAINA right?

    Yes its from Bosch’s green line (gardening / DIY – line)
    Bosch actually has some pretty cool suff in that line. I already have a few items on my list.

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    #567969

    DUPE

    #567971

    Bosch’s (green) 36V blower has air speed between 170 – 250km/h
    But I don’t know the air flow rate

    Wow that is some power right there. Very nice but I bet NAINA right?

    Yes its from Bosch’s green line (gardening / DIY – line)
    Bosch actually has some pretty cool suff in that line. I already have a few items on my list.

    Do the North American 18v Batteries work in the Green line? I know they work in Bosch Blue

    #567973

    Bosch’s (green) 36V blower has air speed between 170 – 250km/h
    But I don’t know the air flow rate

    Wow that is some power right there. Very nice but I bet NAINA right?

    Yes its from Bosch’s green line (gardening / DIY – line)
    Bosch actually has some pretty cool suff in that line. I already have a few items on my list.

    Do the North American 18v Batteries work in the Green line? I know they work in Bosch Blue

    They don’t. Not without some fiddling with adapters or somehow changing the mount. I don’t know what details that would entail but I have seen some interesting images of adapters that people have made over in Europe.

    #567975
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Do the North American 18v Batteries work in the Green line? I know they work in Bosch Blue

    the bosch 18V green tools only work with the 18V green batteries. You can’t put the Professional batteries in it (from the blue line)
    BUT
    you can use the bosch 36V professional batteries(blue) in their 36V green tools 😛

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    #575867
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    This blower uses power it killed my 6.0ah battery in like 25 minuets or so I’ll make a another test run again but works wonders

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    #575870
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    This blower uses power it killed my 6.0ah battery in like 25 minuets or so I’ll make a another test run again but works wonders

    wow thats quite a lot. I get more runtime out of my 36V blower with only a 4.0 battery

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