DEWALT DCE100B 20V MAX Compact Jobsite Blower

The DEWALT DCE100B 20V MAX Compact Jobsite Blower Bare tool is perfect for clearing debris from the ground or overhead, clearing work area or blowing debris off tools, or tuck pointing cleaning joints. It features max air flow at 100CFM. This blower has a 3-speed variable speed switch providing control and versatility. The variable speed trigger also allows adjustment of blowing power in use, with a trigger lock-on that helps to reduce end user fatigue. This unit is lightweight with a compact design which allows use in space restricted areas. This is a bare tool item – battery sold separately.

Product Features

  • Max air flow at 100CFM. Air Speed:135 mph
  • 3-speed variable speed switch provides control while in use
  • Variable speed trigger also allows adjustment of blowing power
  • A lightweight and compact design for ease of use
  • Battery sold separately

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2 Responses to DEWALT DCE100B 20V MAX Compact Jobsite Blower

  1. ltlrags says:

    “Compact” for small jobs, not leaves, etc. This is a quality tool — for the right situation! I love my Dewalt tools. They are well built and even feel solid. This is no exception. However, pay attention to the word “compact” and the CFM.I bought this because a description elsewhere claimed 135mph air flow. But pay attention to the CFM (air flow in cubic feet per minute). This tool, at 100 CFM, is for small areas and jobs. It would be perfect for cleaning up a shop, keeping your garage clean, or to quickly…

  2. Shawn says:

    GREAT for dusting workshop/areas! Ok, I went back and forth on this item for months. BOY am I glad I finally purchased it! My main reason for wanting this was I do woodworking in my single car garage. It is a FULL garage let me tell you. Along with my various woodworking tools, wood, hand tools, brooms, mops, Harley, auto tools, etc, etc, etc, I get a lot of dust collection. I occasionally have to break out my compressor, which I actually rarely use, to blow the garage out. It works great, but isn’t ideal because it’s not…