February 25, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

EGO 650 CFM Blower Video Review

EGO 650 CFM Blower Video Review

EGO 650 CFM Blower Pegs 20.8 Newtons in Our Testing

The battle for the most powerful battery-powered blower is in full force! The EGO 650 CFM blower is the latest to throw its hat in the ring. We brought out our force meter to see if the EGO LB6500 can take over the top power position.


  • Legitimate gas power
  • 20.8 N max power in our tests
  • Cruise control dial
  • Tapered and flat nozzles included


  • More expensive than most battery-powered blowers

The EGO 650 CFM blower is the most powerful handheld blower we’ve ever tested. Period. With the 20.8 N rating we got from our tests, it’s hard to imagine needing much more power from a handheld unit—gas or battery. Perhaps it’s time for EGO to turn its attention back to backpack blowers for the next power jump.

Buy it if you’re looking for the most powerful battery-powered blower that has a deep, reliable line of compatible lawn care equipment. Pass or go with a 2.5Ah battery if weight is your biggest concern.

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