The RB24EAP hand held blower is light (8.6 lbs) and powerful (at 441 CFM) blowers with 7 year warranty.

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Covered by Hitachi's industry leading 7-year Consumer warranty, the RB24EAP hand held blower is one of the lightest (8.6 lbs) and most powerful (at 441 CFM) blowers in its class. Available to both homeowners and professionals, the RB24EAP features a purge primer for quick and simple starts, a low emission PureFire engine and a large two finger throttle for easier operation. The exceptional balance and light weight make it ideal for small clean up, while it has the power to handle larger yard work.

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  • Class leading air volume at 441 CFM for excellent debris movement
  • Produces an impressive air velocity of 170 MPH (with taper nozzle)
  • 23.9 cc Commercial grade 2-stroke engine for outstanding power & longer life
  • Lightweight (only 8.6 lbs) & well-balanced for comfortable use and less fatigue
  • Auto-Return Stop Switch - Allows the blower to always be in the On position
  • Industry leading warranty: 7-year consumer use, 2-year commercial use, and 1-year rental use
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Warranty Information

This Hitachi handheld blower is backed by a seven-year consumer warranty. When used in non-rental commercial applications, the blower is covered by a two-year warranty. When used in rental applications, it is covered by a one-year warranty.

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What's in the Box

  • Hitachi handheld blower
  • Taper nozzle
  • Owner's manual
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What gas mixture is the best. 50-1?

    Environmentally minded people will tell you to use 50:1 ratio as specified in the manual. People more experienced with small engines will tell you to use 40:1 or even as low as 30:1 to make the engine last longer, but that will produce more stink and smoke.
    Ultimately if you are environmentally minded you should get a 4 cycle blower not a 2 cycle so it isn't intended to burn ANY oil during use. It will cost more and have a lower power to weight ratio which is why so many are still 2 cycle.

  • Does this have enough power to move the wet leaves? Maple and alder?

    I do believe it will do the job. This leaf blower has a lot of power

  • Where is the Serial Number located?

    It's on the housing of the pull starter. It begins with the letter "P".

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