DEWALT cordless leaf blower REVIEW! (DCBL720P1)

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Dewalt 90 MPH 400 CFM 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Handheld Leaf Blower with 5.0Ah Battery and Charger Included

Brushless motor designed to withstand everyday heavy duty usage

Variable speed makes it suitable for various yard conditions

Innovative axial fan design maximizes air output and run time

The DEWALT 20-Volt Max 5.0 Ah Brushless Blower (DCBL720P1) uses an innovative axial fan design that maximizes on air output and run time. The variable speed trigger and speed lock give the user maximum control of the blower’s performance up to 400 cu. ft. per minute of air volume providing and 90 MPH of air speed. With an ergonomic and extremely lightweight design, the blower is easy to control and minimizes stress on the arm.

Brushless motor

400 CFM

Light weight and ergonomic design 71 lbs.

Low noise 61 dB

Designed to withstand everyday heavy duty usage

90 MPH performance

Variable trigger and speed lock

Part of the 20-Volt max system of tools

Includes 5 hour battery back

Charger included


CANADA says:

are you going to review the string trimmer

colered sans sanssational says:

Why not mention the 6.0 amps battery isn’t better than 5.0 ???

Richard Garner says:

Trz it is really easy to take the front cone on my m18 fuel gen2 blower

John Smith says:

5:45 at least clean up the murder scene before you post to YouTube

mike roten says:

great review dewalt blows away the competition lol thanks for the vid

gmguy156 says:

17 you could hear it bog. That isn’t too bad. ECHO is terrible now. I have an old GT220I gas Echo trimmer. Ive had it for 11 years. Echo went cheap now though. Was a solid piece of equipment back then. Thats a good blower for small lots, it wouldnt do well for my application but most people arnt going to blow grass clippings for 20 mins so it definitely has its place.

Vincent Carneglia says:

Runtime was pretty awesome, imagine if that flexvolt battery fit!!??

jdamurph says:

The 9.0 does fit

boilednuts says:

Just so happens that my Dewalt 20v batteries are 5.0ah, thanks for the helpful performance/runtime tests.

Kevin Lamarr says:

They can’t be serious designing the disconnect like that. It’s a deal breaker on a great machine. I can see that whatever it is inside that you have to lift up on getting all chewed up over time.


Greatly appreciate the review of this blower.

Mowgli Baloo says:

Is it worth it going corded for the extra power – or is it worth less power and going more mobile with the batteries?

alan j Hornung says:

Great Review  EGO Products use the same Batteries across the line, all 20v of the DeWalt tools are cool .

Richard Garner says:

Love the song you used in the video

Jaqen H'ghar says:

This blower is worth it for the battery and charger alone. The charger and battery separate will run you between $100- $150 dollars. The blower with the battery and charger is $199.00. I got mine on sale for $169.00. Basically got a blower for $19.00 dollars.

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