Honda HHB25E Leaf Blower

/Honda HHB25E Leaf Blower

Honda HHB25E Leaf Blower


HONDA HHB 25 E Blower Technical Information

  • ​Engine: 4-stroke OHC
  • Engine Displacement (cc): 25
  • Engine Model: GX25T
  • Engine Net Power (kW/ rpm):0.72/ 7,000
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (litres): 0.58
  • Engine Oil Capacity (litres): 0.08
  • Nominal Air Flow (with fan nozzle (m/sec)): 600
  • Maximum Wind Speed (with fan nozzle (m/ sec)): 70
  • Noise Value- Sound Power Level dB (A)*: 102
  • Dimensions (L x W x H (mm)): 335 x 265 x 370
  • Dry Weight (kg); 4.50
  • Additional Feature: Adjustable air flow

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HONDA HHB 25 E Blower

HHB 25 E – The world’s first 4-stroke blower makes clearing up a breeze.

This lightweight blower is the first of its kind to pack a 4-stroke engine. It’s powerful and efficient, both cleaner and easier to maintain than a standard 2-stroke blower.

Industry-leading technology from Honda

The level of technical innovation is what gardeners have come to expect from Honda, who use their industry leading technology to make sure that the HHB 25 E is in a class of it’s own when it comes to quality, performance and features. At just 4.7kg, the HHB 25 E is light enough to be carried without tiring you out, and compact enough to be easily stored. 

Wonderfully easy to use, with low noise & reduced emissions

This ease of use extends to the engine itself – Honda’s EasyStart technology makes sure that starting the blower is an painless process, and not a frustrating exercise, regardless of weather conditions. The petrol engine avoids the messy business of mixing oil and fuel like you would with a 2-stroke. And its lower fuel consumption, reduced emission levels and very low noise rating make it environmentally and neighbourhood friendly – everyone’s happy.

Cruise control as standard

Finally, the HHB 25 E features cruise control (it’s not just something Honda put in their cars!) – allowing the operator to choose and maintain a blower power level without having to keep their finger on the trigger; simply lock the power at a set level.