Shindaiwa EB802 Blower Review

The Shindaiwa EB802 blower was compared to other top brands in the following categories...

Brand Weight to Comfort Durability Ease of Value for
  Power Ratio     Start Money
Dolmar BP7600 B+ A B+ A- B+
Echo 751 B B B+ B+ B+
Kawasaki 59CC B+ B+ B+ A A
Makita BBX 7600 B+ A B+ A- B+
Maruyama 59CC B+ B+ B+ A A
Redmax EBZ8500 A B+ B A- A-
Redmax 8001 B+ B B+ B+ B+
Stihl 600 B+ A B+ B+ B+
Shindaiwa EB630 B+ B+ A A B+
Shindaiwa EB802 B+ B+ B+ A- B+
Shindaiwa EB8520 B+ B+ B B+ B

Weight to Power Ratio: B+

At 23lbs, it’s not the lightest blower. However, the 79cc engine puts out good power.

Comfort: B+

A nice, tight design. With extra padded shoulder straps, it fits comfortably.

Durability: B+

While very new, it is a time tested, standard 2-cycle design. It should hold up well.

Ease of Start: A-

Fires right up. However, requires about a 30 second warm up.

Value for Money: B+

They sell for around $450, which is a good price for a well made commercial blower.

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