Oregon Cordless BL300 Leaf Blower Tool Only (without battery and charger)

Whether you are a commercial landscaper, construction contractor, or hard working homeowner who simply demands the best, the Oregon 40V Max BL300 blower has the power you need to handle even the toughest jobs. With no restricting cords or confusing 2-stroke gas mixtures, the BL300 is always ready. The Oregon Power Now lithium ion battery pack features premium cell technology for long run time and powerful blower use. The combination of a variable speed trigger and turbo button provide you with the best of both worlds – long run time and convenient power. A brushless motor and premium fan design provide the power of a gas tool with all the benefits of a cordless unit. Keep your lawn and walkways clear with the Oregon BL300. This unit is tool only option and is not included with a battery and charger. The Oregon cordless tool system operates under one, interchangeable battery system.

Product Features

  • 40V max lithium ion power for long run time
  • Premium cell technology means constant no-fade power and holds a charge in storage for months
  • Premium blower technology – high performance motor and fan maximizes blower output, Maximum air speed of 132 mph and maximum air volume of 507 cfm
  • Comfort & control – gas power in a light-weight design; large, variable speed trigger and turbo button reduce fatigue, managing control and run time
  • Charge time – completely discharged 4.0ah Battery pack will charge within 210 minutes with the C600 charger and 60 minutes with the C750 rapid charger

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3 Responses to Oregon Cordless BL300 Leaf Blower Tool Only (without battery and charger)

  1. greg kiger says:

    Quiet, powerful but didn’t last…

  2. sch says:

    Blower itself is fine, blows at least as well as the Makita … Blower itself is fine, blows at least as well as the Makita 4 stroker it replaced but expect 4-6 minutes of operatingtime per amp-hour of battery capacity. IME 12-15 minutes with the 2.5 amp hour, with 60-90 minutes to recharge.This is enough to blow off the roof and gutters or about half the driveway. Since I had the chainsaw (xmas gift,never used) and the fall of a large oak in the yard prompted me to buy the Oregon cordless pole saw, which wasworth the money since…

  3. Anonymous says:

    This blower has worked well for me so far.I have used it for what I would consider primarily light duty work – blowing out the garage, cleaning off the driveway, cleaning up my mower etc.It’s also been useful for cleaning up after doing other work that might create a lot of dust or debris that doesn’t need to be disposed of in any particular way.It’s light enough that I think most anyone could use it, but is strong enough to cover most of the jobs a typical…