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Which? tries out the Gtech cordless leaf blower

Find out what we thought of this cordless leaf blower in our first look review

This cordless leaf blower from Gtech is designed with the same style as their lawn mower, strimmer, and hedge trimmer. It has a few great features, such as the ability to alter how hard or softly it can blow, and the large button on the battery to show how much charge is left. Find out what we thought by reading our first look review.

Gtech cordless leaf blower in action

In our first look review we tried it out on a pile of dry leaves, and cleared path of twigs and gravel. We found it was easy to carry and to use, although at 4.3kg it’s heavier than other cordless leaf blowers we’ve tried. Find out how this compares to our highest-scoring Best Buy cordless leaf blower.

The 36V battery is the same as is used in Gtech’s Falcon lawn mower. If you already have this mower with its battery and charger, then you can save yourself some money by buying the leaf blower as a ‘body only’ model. Alternatively, you might find it useful to have two batteries if you think it’s going to take you more 20 minutes to clear your garden. That’s the time Gtech claims the battery will last before it needs to be recharged.

Which? has carried out full test on all of Gtech’s other garden tools. The ST20 grass trimmer has blades, rather than a cutting line, which many people find far easier to use. Both the HT20 and HT05-Plus hedge trimmers are long-reach, so you can cut the top and sides of taller hedges without having to climb a ladder.

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