Husqvarna 125B 28cc 2-Stroke 170-MPH Gas-Powered Handheld Gas Blower (CARB Compliant)

October 11, 2013 - Comment

Includes 28cc Gas Variable Speed Handheld Blower – 9527119-00Delivering up to 170 MPH in air power, the Husqvarna 125B Handheld Blower makes yard maintenance tasks much easier. With its specially engineered fan and lightweight frame, the blower is designed to minimize stress while still delivering enormous wind power. It also features a cruise-control function that

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Includes 28cc Gas Variable Speed Handheld Blower – 9527119-00Delivering up to 170 MPH in air power, the Husqvarna 125B Handheld Blower makes yard maintenance tasks much easier. With its specially engineered fan and lightweight frame, the blower is designed to minimize stress while still delivering enormous wind power. It also features a cruise-control function that maintains a constant fan speed, allowing you to tackle raking and sweeping tasks with ease.


The 125B Handheld Blower
At a Glance: High-powered blower delivers up to 170 MPH of power Lightweight, ergonomic fan housing reduces fatigue Cruise-control feature allows you to maintain a constant blowing speed Easy-to-access, well-gathered control panel makes operation simple Backed by Husqvarna’s 2-year limited warranty

Cruise control maintains constant fan speed for easy handling. View larger.
The AutoWalk variable drive system lets you mow at your own pace. View larger. Ergonomic Design Reduces User Fatigue
Weighing only 9.4 pounds, the Husqvarna 125B is lightweight and easy to handle and maneuver. For further convenience, the 125B’s fan housing has been engineered so the air stream is directly in line with the handle. This helps minimize rotational force on your wrist, so you won’t have to worry about sore joints during long periods of use.

Powerful Motor Provides Robust Blowing Power
In spite of its light frame, the 125B packs heavy-duty blowing capabilities. With its 1.1-horsepower, two-cycle engine and maximum power speed of 8,000 RPM, the blower is able to generate wind speeds up to 170 miles per hour–enough to blow away even the most stubborn yard waste. It is also fuel-efficient, with a fuel consumption rate of 575 g/kWh. Its high-volume 16.91-ounce tank can sustain hours of use.

Premium Features for Easy Operation
The Husqvarna 125B has been built to fit the diverse needs of homeowners and has a bevy of premium features to make operation easier. The blowing tube is fully adjustable, allowing you to optimize its length for different jobs around the yard. Also, the stop switch also automatically returns to the “on” position, which makes starting the blower easy.

The blower’s controls are all contained in an easy-to-access panel. The panel features a cruise control function, which allows you to lock the tool’s blowing speed. This way, you can complete big jobs without having to constantly regulate your blower’s speed.

The 125B is backed by a two-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Husqvarna: Exceptional Products for Exceptional Yards
Great yards demand equipment that is as dedicated and hardworking as you are. Fortunately, Husqvarna’s range of garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and snow blowers to trimmers and chainsaws that let you master your slice of the great outdoors. With Husqvarna, it’s easy to make your yard the envy of the neighborhood.

What’s in the Box
Husqvarna 125B Handheld Blower.


The Husqvarna 125B Handheld Blower was named “Best Buy” by Consumers Digest.

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dorel_c says:

Best blower I had so far I previously owned an electric blower and then I had the Poulan Pro PPB300E that worked fine for the first couple of times I used it. Then for the next two years it was very hard to start, the engine would not run properly and had to keep it running mingling with the throttle and choke, and when it ran it did not seem to blow as it should have. Now it finally gave its ghost, the engine locked up. Since it was not worth fixing it, I went out and bought the Husqvarna 125BI had a few…

BikeZilla "the bike monster" says:

Pay attention to this Use only 91+ octane gas with 2 cycle engine oil only in any 2 cycle engine. Fuel should not be used if older than a month. That should solve your starting problems. Dump the old fuel into a gas 4 cycle engines’s tank to get rid of. Another note: let the engine warm up for a minute or so before running at high speed. I have 2 cycle engines run for decades by doing what I just said. Good luck.

B. Young says:

This is the real deal Get one! I had a Poulan Pro 25CC blower for two seasons, and had nothing but trouble with it. Today it gave up the ghost (wouldn’t draw fuel, or even “pop” with a shot of ether, I suspect a blown seal). So, when I realized an hour’s worth of work had taken all afternoon and was only half done, I wrapped that bad boy around a tree and went and bought the Husqvarna 125B. It “popped” on the first pull and started and ran great on the second. Made short work of the leaves. It’s lighter and just as…

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