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Bosch 18V Cordless Blower

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  • #576100

    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    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

    Good little tip right there. Thank you

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    Fayetteville, NC

    #576384

    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

    Can you compare it to a corded blower? How’s the airflow?

    I’ve had one of these in my cart for a while, just need to know if they can really move some air before I pull the trigger.

    #576399

    utopia78
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    Toronto, ON

    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

    Can you compare it to a corded blower? How’s the airflow?

    I’ve had one of these in my cart for a while, just need to know if they can really move some air before I pull the trigger.

    We have a Makita on a site with the 18v 4Ah battery and it was hard to notice a difference from the corded. Mind you I am using a corded Toro blower atm on my masonry site.

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    #576426

    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    We have a Makita on a site with the 18v 4Ah battery and it was hard to notice a difference from the corded. Mind you I am using a corded Toro blower atm on my masonry site.

    That is nice to know. Corded power from a cordless tool.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #602092

    I used this blower on so many diffrent occasion. From cleaning the tools to blowing leaves to blow snow from my car it take mr about 4 minuet around the whole car

    #602872

    I used this blower on so many diffrent occasion. From cleaning the tools to blowing leaves to blow snow from my car it take mr about 4 minuet around the whole car

    Sure sounds like that you like it. I am still debating if I should get one because I already have the 36V NAINA blower.
    I will probably get it in the next few month lol

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    #602902

    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    I used this blower on so many diffrent occasion. From cleaning the tools to blowing leaves to blow snow from my car it take mr about 4 minuet around the whole car

    Is the 18V blower available in NA? What is the model number?

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #602973

    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I used this blower on so many diffrent occasion. From cleaning the tools to blowing leaves to blow snow from my car it take mr about 4 minuet around the whole car

    I have a 18volt blower and love it.

    Dirty

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    #602981

    @theamcguy no its currently naina item. I got it from overseas seller on ebay. But anyone has the 18v linr should def invest in it it really makes your job easy on lot of stuff since its very portable you can use it on anything almost. Airflow is really good too

    #602982

    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    @theamcguy no its currently naina item. I got it from overseas seller on ebay. But anyone has the 18v linr should def invest in it it really makes your job easy on lot of stuff since its very portable you can use it on anything almost. Airflow is really good too

    I have a 18volt blower and love it.

    Mine is the Makita blower and has been on the USA market for around 8 years now…. I wonder why bosch blower like that??

    Dirty

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    #603016

    no its currently naina item. I got it from overseas seller on ebay. But anyone has the 18v linr should def invest in it it really makes your job easy on lot of stuff since its very portable you can use it on anything almost. Airflow is really good too

    A few items take quite some to get release in certain countries. Even some items are not available in Germany from Bosch but can be purchased anywhere else in Europe. Odd but we gotta deal with it.
    I will definitely add this blower one day to my shop.

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    #603039

    RyanF
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    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

    25 minutes seems like a long time to run a blower. Id be happy with that runtime on a single charge.

    #603041

    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

    25 minutes seems like a long time to run a blower. Id be happy with that runtime on a single charge.

    almost the same with my ALB 36 LI (naina 36V blower) sucks a 4.0 dry in 25mins on full throttle.
    Might purchase a 6.0 soon.

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    #603095

    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    A few items take quite some to get release in certain countries. Even some items are not available in Germany from Bosch but can be purchased anywhere else in Europe. Odd but we gotta deal with it.
    I will definitely add this blower one day to my shop.

    No you have to deal with it,, I am not restricted in the brands I use. If they don’t want to service a market as big as the USA the heck with them. I just buy a different color.

    Dirty

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    #603104

    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    I got it from overseas seller on ebay.

    I may look for it then. Thank you for the info.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #603163

    Glad that everyone has a personal preference of tools they use. Same with cars and other stuff in life. Life is so wonderful 😛

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    #603172

    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    no its currently naina item. I got it from overseas seller on ebay. But anyone has the 18v linr should def invest in it it really makes your job easy on lot of stuff since its very portable you can use it on anything almost. Airflow is really good too

    A few items take quite some to get release in certain countries. Even some items are not available in Germany from Bosch but can be purchased anywhere else in Europe. Odd but we gotta deal with it.
    I will definitely add this blower one day to my shop.

    yah I want one too, after seeing @utopia78 use his. I would prefer to keep with the bosch line as I don’t need more batteries of contrasting colours.

    #603177

    no its currently naina item. I got it from overseas seller on ebay. But anyone has the 18v linr should def invest in it it really makes your job easy on lot of stuff since its very portable you can use it on anything almost. Airflow is really good too

    A few items take quite some to get release in certain countries. Even some items are not available in Germany from Bosch but can be purchased anywhere else in Europe. Odd but we gotta deal with it.
    I will definitely add this blower one day to my shop.

    yah I want one too, after seeing @utopia78 use his. I would prefer to keep with the bosch line as I don’t need more batteries of contrasting colours.

    Another point is that sometimes, even factoring in shipping from europe, its still a lot cheaper to get a bare tool imported than to buy a local one as well as enough batteries in a new brand.

    And often, the shipping is maybe an extra $5-20 which is nothing compared to the convenience of already having several batteries of the right type

    Of course, being in Canada, I’m a bit more used to importing from other countries thanks to all those US-only products

    #622452

    Hangman
    Pro

    These blowers have come down to about $98 Bucks including shipping from Korea. Sure that doesn’t include warranty coverage, though none of my Bosch tools have failed. Some of my cordless tools are over a decade and still going strong…but @madman_us said this will be available Stateside later this year. Definitely want one of these it would be mega useful, plus I have plenty of batteries that need more to do!

    The master has failed more times than the disciple has ever tried.

    Over 25 years experience from NYC

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    #622453

    Austin
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    Covington, KY

    Yeah Bosch is one of the few brands I don’t mind buying without warranty. Stuff like Milwaukee, although they do make good tools, the price would have to be really really good for it not to come with a warranty

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