Ryobi 26cc 2 Stroke Blower Vac

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Price correct as at Fri 24 Feb 2017 8:11:14
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Product Description

This Ryobi 26cc 2 Stroke Blower Vac is the perfect tool for autumn clean-up and season long yard maintenance. Featuring a variable speed throttle and cruise control, rid your yard of leaves and debris.

Don’t struggle getting the unit started or worry about bothering the neighbours with a noisy machine; with the StartEasy™ starting system, quickly and easily start your unit every time and enjoy quieter operation with the SoundGuard™ down-the-tube exhaust. Conveniently convert this unit to a vacuum and mulcher to make for easy clean up.

No back aches or knee pains from bending over to scoop up leaves, effortlessly collect debris into the vacuum bag.

Backed by a Ryobi 2 year replacement warranty, this Blower Vac makes yard clean-up fast and easy.

  • 325km/hr air velocity and 11m3/min air volume
  • On-board tool storage
  • Metal mulching blade
  • Variable speed cruise control
  • 2 year replacement warranty

Product Details

Model Name
Ryobi 26cc Petrol Blower Vacuum
Model Number
Metal / Plastic
Hyper Green / Black / Grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:526 H:385 L:300
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:526 H:385 L:300
Start Type
Pull Cord
Bag Included
Commercial Use
Interchangeable nozzle connections
Maximum Air Volume (CFM)
Maximum air speed (kmph)
Mulch ratio
Noise rating (dB)
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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