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Easy-to-handle power and a beginner friendly price tag make the Husqvarna Reconditioned 125B Handheld Blower, capable of air speeds up to 170 miles per hour and an air volume of 425 cubic feet per minute, a strong option for homeowners.

This blower harnesses the power of a 28 cc engine for quality performance. An ergonomic design situates the blower tube in alignment with the handle for less rotational force on your wrists. Controls are gathered together for easy access, and options like cruise control allow you to get the most out of your experience every time. Not to mention, an auto-return stop switch makes starting simple every time.

This blower is highly customizable to best fit whatever project you choose to tackle. Adjust the tube length to best fit your needs and exercise full control of fan speeds for the best performance.

This machine has been factory reconditioned for like-new performance. All reconditioned equipment has been tested to meet the same quality standards as new products so you can enjoy the same features without breaking the budget.

Feature Highlights

Auto Return Stop Switch

Say farewell to starting woes with the auto return stop switch. This switch automatically sets the start switch to the ON position for simplified starting with each use.

Cruise Control

You can set the fan speed to cruise control for effortless operation on your more predictable tasks.

Adjustable Tube Length

You can choose the length of the blower tube to best match your needs for any given application.

Intuitive Controls

No more fiddling through complex settings; this blower’s controls are grouped together for easy access and on the job adjustability.


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Weight 11.8 lbs
Dimensions 17 × 9 × 17 in

Air speed 170 mph
Sound/Noise 94 dB
Displacement 28 cc
Grade Consumer
Fuel tank volume 18.5 fluid ounces
Horsepower 1.1 hp
Manufacturer Husqvarna
MPN 952991652
Warranty 30 days
Weight 9.4 pounds