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Old 11-07-2014, 06:37 AM   #1
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I just got myself a nice gift. It's a Black & Decker 20v rechargeable blower. Very lightweight and compact and quiet. Not powerful enough for yardwork but I'll use it to blow off my roof and clean leaves from my campsite patio, of course, being careful not to disturb my neighbors with a bunch of dust. I've been watching it at Lowe's. Normally $89.99 but on sale yesterday for $79.99.
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Old 11-07-2014, 09:41 AM   #2
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I just got myself a nice gift. It's a Black & Decker 20v rechargeable blower. Very lightweight and compact and quiet. Not powerful enough for yardwork but I'll use it to blow off my roof and clean leaves from my campsite patio, of course, being careful not to disturb my neighbors with a bunch of dust. I've been watching it at Lowe's. Normally $89.99 but on sale yesterday for $79.99.
Sounds a lot better than the 80 hp backpack unit our permanent site neighbor was using at 7am on a Saturday. I thought he was part of the CG crew then realized he was just doing one site.
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people like that shoulod be taken out back of the woodshed... and given a smarten up pill. I wont start anything outside till atleast 8 am and prefer to wait till after 9
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I bought a WORX 20v rechargeable blower about three years ago. It works pretty well, but the battery life is fairly short. Use it to blow the grass and debris off the sidewalk and patio after mowing and have used it to blow light snow off the sidewalk, as long as it's not very much.
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