EGO Power+ – Blowing petrol power out of the garden

by | Oct 12, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

The technology within EGO?s products place the blowers among the most powerful models on the market.? EGO blowers are the first battery powered models to deliver petrol matching power ? without all the downsides!

EGO?s industry leading Arc-Lithium 56volt battery technology delivers a new level of performance that surpasses all others and give today?s switched-on gardeners a smarter way to power through tidying the garden, whilst freeing users from musculoskeletal and hearing problems caused by exposure to vibrations and petrol fumes.

Designed like no other, the LB5750E blower features jet turbine technology so leaves won?t stand a chance! It features EGO?s supreme high-efficiency brushless motor that delivers more power and a greater runtime than others, alongside a lightweight, compact design; low vibrations and extended motor life.? The blower?s efficiency and power is further enhanced by the turbo fan engineering, and a large diameter blower tube for maximum airflow. The LB5750E has a maximum air volume of 977m3/h, and an air speed of 212 km/h that shifts even the most stubborn leaves and debris.

EGO?s intelligent battery is designed like no other, making it the industry?s highest energy capacity battery, giving the user all the power to get the job done. All EGO batteries are interchangeable across the entire EGO range and feature the brand?s ground-breaking patented Arc-Lithium design and ?Keep Cool? cell technology.

The EGO Power+ range is available through Henton & Chattell?s nationwide dealer network.

Prices:

LB4800E??????????????? ?139?????? excluding battery and charger

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??219?????? including 2Ah battery and standard charger

LB5300E??????????????? ?149?????? excluding battery and charger

LB5750E??????????????? ?169?????? excluding battery and charger

For more information visit www.egopowerplus.co.uk.

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