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Blower Accessories

Make your leaf cleanup an easier task

  1. 1 year ago
    Useful accessory
    Takes a few minutes to get the hang of assembly but pretty simple. Just have to make sure the fit is tight to prevent sections from coming loose. I mounted this on my BG 86 and it provides tremendous power for blowing the gutters clean of debris. Wear safety glasses because it makes quite the mess with flying debris. Much better than the old way of cleaning gutters and much faster.
  2. 8 months ago
    Excellent product. Got the job done in 15 to 20 minutes
    Our condo association bought the BG-86;blower and gutter attachment. I did one building in 30 minutes. It works great on dry or wet leaves and also removed pine needles. The gutters were pack with debris and I had no problem getting the debris out. I had plenty of power from the blower. Makes the job so much easier.
  3. 4 years ago
    Wow
    I wish I would have bought this years earlier. From box to blower it took about 15 minutes. The most difficult part was attaching the hook elbows together...tight fit. I experienced NO issues of the pipes pulling apart or blowing off. It took me 30 minutes with a BG 56 c-e to blow out 320' of 6" gutters. The gutters were full of oak leaves and pine needs that were wet from the rain the night before. Although it is light, it does get hard on the back waving around a 10' hose.
  1. 7 months ago
    Will this work for br700?
    700 is a little heavier. Need to relieve pressure on shoulders for lengthy jobs.
  2. 4 years ago
    Takes weight off your back
    The hip belt is great in reducing the amount of weight you're supporting with your back and shoulders. It moves some of it to your hips, making it more comfortable and easier to use for long periods.
  3. 8 months ago
    Hip belt for backpack blower
    I love the feeling of having the hip belt fastened on to my BR 600 backpack blower! Now i can work in the yard for hours with the support needed to have my back hurting when I'm finished.
  1. 5 years ago
    Excellent Surprise
    For the last ten years or so, I was blowing my leaves into piles, raking those piles onto a tarp, and dragging them to the back yard and piling them up there. It was a hassle. I bought this attachment today. I was skeptical about the performance of it and whether it would be worth the money. It's worth the money and then some BUT, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. The blowers do not like sticks. You want to make sure you pick those up first. Also, if your leaves are dry (and they ... read more should be. It works much better that way) it's a dirty job. Then vacuum away. I was able to take what would have been 3-4 large tarp loads of leaves and shrink them down to 2-1/4 trash bags. Put those by the street and done. No 3 foot deep pile of leaves to worry about decomposing. I highly recommend this attachment.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great multi-function product
    I'm almost 70 years old. I have 4 large oaks in the yard. I could only use the vac mode for about an hour before I was worn out. I finally used bungie cords to attach the vac to an old flat cart and arranged the bag to hang from the handle. Now I don't carry the bag, I don't carry the vac, I just pull the cart and swing the pick-up tube through the leaves, empty the bag, keep it fueled-up and can work for at least 4 hours.
  3. 3 years ago
    Worth a try. Saved me lots of time.
    Yard was full of leaves, & thick. After filling one bag in a short time, I used the vacuum without the bag. Threw the mulch out to the side & down. It's dirty, wear a mask. But it's saves emptying the bag every 2 mins. or so on the really heavy areas. Then used the mower to pick up the rest. Reduces the mulch by a great amount, and puts the rest in the lawn.
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