The Kobalt Battery Powered Leaf Blower is the third in a series of cordless lawn and garden tools I've bought from Kobalt. Last year, I bought the Kobalt Battery Powered Mower and have been pleased with both its performance and reliability thus far. Next, I purchased the Kobalt Battery Powered Hedge Trimmer. So far, I have been impressed with this light weight chain-saw substitute, but I have not had enough experience with it to complete a review. I hope to give the hedge trimmer some use in the next few days and will review it soon, so check back soon. One thing all of these cordless tools from Kobalt have in common is that you can buy them from here: Lowes Sells Kobalt Tools. Now, back to the Kobalt leaf blower. Before, I get into the specifics of this product, let me do something I rarely do and give you a quick run-down on the pros and cons of the Kobalt battery powered leaf blower:
Pros and Cons of the Kobalt Battery Powered Leaf Blower
- Convenient - no cords. Quick charge.
- Affordable for a lithium ion re-chargeable tool.
- Light Weight and small for portable, easy storage.
- Easy to Handle - nice ergonomics.
- Weaker air flow than with other corded and gas blowers - Only good for grass blades, leafs and other light-weight, dry debris.
- Kobalt forces you to buy both the battery and charger whether you need them or not. With my hedge trimmer and mower, I have more than I can use.
Do the Cons outweigh the Pros?