Ryobi 25.4cc 2 Stroke Full Crank Blower Vac

I/N: 3380936
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Product Description

This Ryobi 25.4cc 2 Stroke Blower Vac is the perfect tool for year round yard maintenance. Featuring a commercial grade full crankshaft engine, this blower vac provides easier starting, smoother operation and longer engine life. The 25.4cc engine produces 342KPH / 460 CFM of clearing power, to make quick work of any leaves and debris you can throw at it.

No back aches or knee pains from bending over to scoop up leaves, the blower is effortlessly converted to vacuum mode and the metal mulching blades shred your backyard debris at a 10:1 ratio straight into a bag.

This commercial grade blower is also backed by an outstanding 2 year replacement warranty, so you can feel confident trusting your clearing jobs to Ryobi.

  • Commercial grade full crank engine
  • 3-in-1 Blower/Vacuum/Mulcher
  • Metal mulching blades
  • Variable speed cruise control
  • 2 year replacement warranty

Product Details

Model Name
Ryobi 25.4cc Full Crank Blower Vac
Model Number
Metal / Plastic
Hyper Green / Black / Grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:298 H:543 L:485
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:298 H:543 L:485
Start Type
Pull cord
Bag Included
Commercial Use
Interchangeable nozzle connections
Maximum Air Volume (CFM)
Maximum air speed (kmph)
Mulch ratio
Vacuum kit
Variable speeds
Engine Displacement (cc)
Engine Make
Fuel Mix Ratio
Fuel Tank Capacity (Lt)

Additional Info

Warranty Info

2 Year replacement warranty

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