Husqvarna 125BVX Handheld Blower Review
Editor Rating: 4.5/5
Husqvarna is a popular company well known for making durable tools. They create everything from robotic lawnmowers to battery-powered chainsaws designed to work as hard as gas engines. The Husqvarna 125BVx is no different. It’s a three in one machine that you can use as a blower, a vacuum, and even a mulcher. It can move up to 425 cubic feet per minute (CFM) for unparalleled power in a lightweight and ergonomic package. It’s well suited for home projects and can even handle some commercial tasks.
Husqvarna 125BVx – A Quick Look
The Husqvarna 125BVx uses its powerful 26 cubic centimeters (cc) engine to produce wind speeds up to 170 miles per hour (mph). It’s enough to move 425 CFM, which produces plenty of airflow for vacuuming, blowing, or mulching.
While using the Husqvarna 125BVx, we were impressed with how balanced it is. The tube is the perfect length and is in line with the motor, so you don’t need to twist your body or your wrists while you’re using it. Even after a full tank of gas, we didn’t feel tired or sore.
The mulching capability of the Husqvarna 125BVx is one of its biggest selling points as not many other blowers on the market even offer the vacuuming feature. It comes with a vacuum bag for collecting debris in vacuum mode, and this bag has built-in steel knives that mulch leaves and other debris as it enters the bag. This mulching action allows you to store much more material in the bag before you need to dump it. Letting you get more work done so you can finish faster.
Another handy feature that the Husqvarna 125BVx provides is cruise control. The cruise control allows you to set the throttle and lock in place so you can let go of the trigger. It greatly reduces hand fatigue and allows for better control and maneuverability, especially in vacuum mode.
Difficult bag changing
The included vacuum bag is the biggest downside to this tool. It’s challenging to put on, and we installed it the wrong way several times before finally getting it right. Subsequent tries went a little easier, but it’s always a struggle. Emptying the bag is just as difficult, and you need to hold the blower with one hand while you work the zipper on the full bag with the other.
Does the Husqvarna 125BVx come with everything you need to use it as a vacuum?
Yes, the Husqvarna 125BVx includes an extra-large vacuum bag for using it as a vacuum and mulcher.
Will the Husqvarna 125BVx work for sucking leaves out of gutters?
Yes, it’s strong enough to vacuum them, but you may find it’s easier and safer to blow them out and vacuum them off the ground.
How well does it work at picking up acorns?
The Husqvarna 125BVx does a fine job of blowing the acorns. It picks up the dried brown ones pretty well, but it can struggle with the heavier green ones.
What material is the bag?
The bag is a polyester material.
Is there a shoulder strap?
Yes, the Husqvarna 125BVx includes a shoulder strap to reduce fatigue while you work.
Can you aim the tube?
Yes, the Husqvarna 125BVx comes with two tips that you can interchange and angle as you desire to get the best results.
What the Users Say
We searched the internet to find out what other people thought of their Husqvarna 125BVx, and this is what we found out.
If you are in the market for a new blower or a vacuum, we highly recommend the Husqvarna 125BVx. It provides you with plenty of power for moving wet leaves or clearing off a dusty deck. It can also vacuum your garage and your vehicles, and you can use the mulching function to help bag your seasonal leaves with less effort and fewer bags. The engine is durable and easy to start, it’s perfectly balanced, and it comes with everything you need to get started.
We hope you have enjoyed our look into this unique 3-in-1 tool and have found the answers to any questions you may have had. If we have helped you choose your next lawn tool, please share this guide to the Husqvarna 125BVx on Facebook and Twitter.
- 1 Review Summary
- 2 Husqvarna 125BVx – A Quick Look
- 3 Specifications
- 4 FAQ
- 5 What the Users Say
- 6 Conclusion