The 6 Best Cheap Leaf Blowers Under $50

Over the years leaf blowers have really accelerated the yard clean-up process. In former times, homeowners used to clean their yards manually for instance using a broom – the simplest and oldest cleaning tool – and then with the help of rakes. Nowadays one cannot clean a yard without a leaf blower due to lack of time in view of the fact that everyone is behind materialistic things, which has made man a machine. There are many brands manufacturing leaf blowers. Each blower has its own specific features and prices accordingly. We have prepared a list of the best 6 cheap leaf blowers under $50
We’ve not made a list just putting them in order for preparing this list we conducted a test in our yard where we tested them and besides this, we read all the reviews on Amazon for analyzing more perfectly. There are a few leaf blowers we could not include in our list because of their failure during the test. If you go with our recommendations you will be proud of yourself.

[su_heading]#1 Best cheap corded leaf blower[/su_heading]

This powerful handheld leaf blower can blow away your yard’s debris at 160 Miles Per Hour Airspeed. If your yard is surrounded by a lot of trees and you have to regularly clean it then it’s the best leaf blower for you. At only $36.95, we found it reasonable given its plenty of power. 

 

It provides control over the speed as for tight and dry spaces one needs to blow at low speed, and for wet and matted leaves, it is run at high speed. Our team tested this leaf blower yesterday to check its wet leaves removing capacity but we found it incapable. Therefore, if you are looking for a leaf blower to move wet leaves then don’t buy it and consider the next one on the list. 

 

Above all, its design is so attractive at only 4.7 lbs.  Its built-in cord retention hook provides more convenience,  while operating this monster its cord retainer will not let the cord unplug. It does not come with an extension cord that you will need to buy separately.

 

Pros

 

Well-designed

Plenty of power

Two-speed control

Cost-effective

 

Cons

 Not useful for wet leaves 

[su_heading]#2 Cheap electric leaf blower[/su_heading]

If you don’t like Toro products or think that Toro 51585 is on a heavier side then consider this Greenworks corded leaf blower, which comes with a 7 Amp motor powerful enough to remove your yard debris. It provides powerful handling with its front pommel grip, you can hold even more firmly with its pommel end. It weighs 4.5 lbs. 

 

Have you ever bought something from Greenworks? If you have ever bought then you might know that Greenworks claims its products have zero carbon emission, we think it is crucial for everyone not to emit carbon in any way. If you are concerned about environmental pollution then buy this leaf blower that will help you to achieve your environment-related goals.

 

Pros

 

Front pommel grip

Best for wet leaves

Easy-to-use

Cord retainer

 
 

Cons

 

 Not for large projects

[su_heading]#3 Heavy-duty cheap leaf blower[/su_heading]

A large lawn or yard can not be cleaned without a powerful gas leaf blower but Black+Decker BEBL750, a corded leaf blower, can be used for large projects. If you have to deal with a pile of leaves and either you don’t like or carry a gas-powered leaf blower then this is for you. It is slightly heavier than the previous blowers we reviewed. 

 

Best blower for cleaning hard surfaces as it is powered by a 9 Amp motor that blows debris at 140 MPH with 450 CFM airflow. Its 2-speed control allows you to switch between high and low speeds, turn it to low speed for tight spaces and make it fast for open places. With its built-in scraper, you can remove the toughest grit from your yard without using any other tool. 

 

The only but little drawback that our team has found is with its air intake, sucks the shirt and anything else comes in its way. Overall it is well-designed and more powerful than any corded leaf blower. As always, you have to buy an extra extension cord to run it. 

 

Pros

 

Best for large clean-up

Attractive design

Scrapper to remove stubborn leaves

2-speed control

 
 

Cons

 

 Air intake could suck your shirt

[su_heading]#4 Cheap lightweight leaf blower[/su_heading]

 

Haven’t you made up your mind? You wanted to buy Back+Decker BEBL750 but the weight was the dealbreaker then try this lightweight Greenworks BA09B00 leaf blower which has a comparatively low weight ( only 5.6 lbs). If you think that price doesn’t matter then this cheap leaf blower is for you because it is more expensive than our previous blower.

 

A variable speed trigger of this blower enables you to get exactly as much airspeed as you need. Furthermore, it has a shoulder strap that makes it easier to carry around the yard. This strap should have been added in Black+Decker BEBL750 to balance its weight. 

 

It also has a 9 Amp motor that blows leaves at 130 Miles Per Hour with 530 CFM airflow enough to clean your large yard. With its Cord Protection  Lock, one can lock the cord to avoid unplugging that interrupts during work. If you have an ear protector at your home then it’s ice on the cake otherwise purchase it because to generate more power it produces noise that may hurt you.

 

Pros

 

Cruise control

Lightweight

Comes with a shoulder strap

Cord lock

 

Cons

 

 Noisy

[su_heading]#5 Cheap cordless leaf blower[/su_heading]

For more portability and to get rid of the cord, one can use Sun Joe cordless turbine jet blower, lightweight, easy to maneuver, and cost-effective. This battery-powered leaf blower has only 4 lbs of weight which means anyone in the family can use this little monster. Its 350 watts motor can clear away leaves, dirt, and even snow. It has 100 MPH airspeed with 350 CFM airflow.

 

Being a small leaf blower with 12 minutes of runtime may not be used for large projects, it is recommended to buy it for small projects like cleaning driveways, garages or removing water from your car. It has no noise so you don’t need to use an ear protector. With this little leaf blower, you cannot adjust its airspeed.

 

Pros

 

Easy to manoeuver

Lightweight

Battery-powered

 

Cons

 

 Only for light work

[su_heading]#6 Lightweight electric leaf blower[/su_heading]

If weight is your main concern then go with Worx WG506, a corded leaf blower, with only 2.5 pounds weight. Ideal for the kids and senior citizens. It can blow leaves at two different speeds, 130 MPH for light work and 160 MPH for large projects. No tool is required to assemble it. 

 

It also has a built-in cord retention hook that allows you to lock the cord to avoid unplugging during operation. With a 7.5 Amp motor, it generates plenty of power that will never disappoint you. All you need to do is just pick this little yardmaster out of the box, assemble it without using a tool, and start your clean-up process. The extension cord is not included so buy it separately. 

 

Pros

 

Extreme lightweight

Easy to handle

Tool-free assembly

 

Cons

 

 Poor design

 

No doubt these are the cheap leaf blowers but they have fewer features than the expensive ones. Definitely at this little price you will have to compromise on the fewer features. Overall these cheap leaf blowers are best for your small lawn care. If you are looking for removing large debris from your yard then buy a  gas-powered leaf blower

 

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