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EGO 765 CFM Battery-Powered Blower | New For 2022

EGO 765 CFM Blower Lays Claim As World’s Most Powerful

The blower competition is in full force with plenty of competitors giving you options to leave gas behind. EGO’s line is about to be bolstered with a new high-performance model—the EGO 765 CFM battery-powered blower.

EGO 765 CFM Battery-Powered Blower | The Big Deal

There’s no question performance is the big deal for EGO’s newest blower. With the standard trigger settings and cruise control dial, the brushless motor produces 260 – 580 CFM. When you hit the turbo button, you can access its full 765 CFM. On the airspeed side, it tops out at 200 MPH using the tapered nozzle that comes in the box.

All that translates to a whopping 26 Newtons of blowing force based on EGO’s testing. Even compared against high-end professional handheld blowers, that’s a lot more power!

With big power comes limited runtimes, but EGO still manages it well. In low, you can expect a 5.0Ah battery to run up to 150 minutes. Using Turbo, it’s about 15 minutes.

Additional Features

  • Variable speed trigger
  • Cruise control speed dial
  • Weather-resistant build
  • Compatible with all EGO 56V batteries

EGO 765 CFM Battery-Powered Blower Price

EGO plans to offer this blower as a bare tool (LB7650) or as a kit (LB7654) with a 5.0Ah battery charger. Both configurations include a shoulder strap, tapered nozzle, and spread nozzle. Expect the kit to run $299 when it hits stores. Bare tool pricing and the launch date are still TBA.

EGO backs this model with a 5-year warranty.


  • Model: EGO LB7650 (bare tool), LB7654 (kit)
  • Power Source: EGO 56V battery
  • CFM: 280 – 765
  • Max Airspeed: 200 MPH
  • Max Blowing Force: 26 Newtons
  • Weight: TBA
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Price: $299 kit (bare tool, TBA)

Check out EGO’s entire 56V lineup by clicking here.

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John D.

I saw this at Lowes a few days ago for $299 with the battery, and two nozzles, but no shoulder strap despite Ego’s marketing material on their website. I was hoping to find a review here on ProToolReviews, but I guess it’s too early. I’ll be eagerly awaiting the review.


I have a feeling the kit is going to be $399 on launch. $299 would only come with one battery

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