Model No. BCBL200L

18V Lithium-ion Axial Blower

The 18V 2.0Ah Lithium-ion Axial blower is ideal for everyday tasks that involve clearing light debris. Thanks to the axial fan the high volume of air 340 CFM and 90mph will clear debris quickly and with little effort. The built in scraper is designed to help move any stubborn debris. Lightweight and powered with 18V battery, it is comfortable to handle and offers cordless convenience.

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Features + Benefits

  • 18V Cordless Axial Blower
Black and Decker - 18V Lithiumion Axial Blower - BCBL200L

Product Specs

Product Type Leaf Blower
Power Source Cordless
Blowing Speed 140.0 km/h
Power Rating 18
Battery Type Lithium-Ion
Battery Capacity 2.0
Weight 2.61 kg
Sound Power 81.5 dB(A)
Charging Time 120.0 min
Vibration <2.5 m/s²
Battery Included 1
Air Volume 356.0 CFM
Uses
  • Sweeper is ideal for clearing driveways, sidewalks, decks, garages and other hard surfaces of leaves, grass clippings, and other lawn debris

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out of 10

2 reviews

Value for money
Overall rating
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
out of 10

Paul

GB GB Exacting DIY'er
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Light, long nozzle, for dry leaves the eco setting is more than enough to shift leaves and clippings. There are some very competitive prices out there if you look hard.
It's a brushed motor and isn't serviceable so ultimately will wear out and need to be scrapped.
Even using 4ah batteries the run time is relatively short, for a large garden you may need two batteries.
There are also some very high prices out there that would put it alongside pro level tools, it's not that so shop savvy!
Confirmed purchase: 04 October 2021
Published on: 19 October 2021

Hi Paul, thank you for your review, we are glad to hear that. Thank you, BLACK+DECKER team.

20 October 2021
out of 10

Adam

GB GB
+
Very powerful in comparison to previous model
Give a bigger battery with the product
Confirmed purchase: 29 June 2021
Published on: 23 July 2021