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new DeWalt 20V max "mini" blower / is there a model number ?


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No speed or CFM ratings...must be pretty pitiful. I'll stick with the big boy, works great. 

Has it been officially released yet? I am wondering if the specs will be listed once it hits the shelves?  I will definitely be picking one up for the workshop, to replace the good ol' manual workbench brush and broom.  When I post my plans for my floor dust collection system, it will make more sense LOL.

 

-Steven

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Has it been officially released yet? I am wondering if the specs will be listed once it hits the shelves?  I will definitely be picking one up for the workshop, to replace the good ol' manual workbench brush and broom.  When I post my plans for my floor dust collection system, it will make more sense LOL.

 

-Steven

 

The specs for the big boy were listed before it was released on HD's website. So I'm extrapolating. 

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The specs for the big boy were listed before it was released on HD's website. So I'm extrapolating. 

Ok ok, cool - I never looked at the other ones, since I don't have a need for them.  Your right, it's odd that they didn't list the specs on this one.  

 

-Steven

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  • 4 weeks later...

Picked up the large 20v blower kit from Lowes for $179 - 10% discount coupon - $10 off $50 coupon. What a steal. I sold the charger for $30 as I had plenty. I love this full size blower, so convenient and great at cleaning sawdust off my tools before I pack them away.

 

I would still love to try this new mini blower as I feel it could be very useful as well.

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100 CFM

3 SPEED TRIGGER

LOCK ON SWITCH

LENGTH: 20"

3.7 LBS

 

Available in Bare and a kit ( One 4.0Ah Battery)

 

Not bad, but not having a variable speed trigger like the big model (which is fantastic) is a mistake IMO. Flipping switches to feather power to make a material pile in the middle of a room without blowing it all over the place won't be fun. 

 

I think the power and weight are a good ratio, and for guys that like to blow off their tools at the end of the day (like I do with the big guy) this is perfect. 

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