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Testing the ECHO PB-770T Backpack Blower

By Scott Horoszewski from Acme NLS, LLC

In my last video, I looked at the ECHO PAS-2620 with multi-attachments, and was really impressed with the amount of jobs that it could help me with this year.

In this video, I’m going to take a look at the PB-770T backpack blower. With spring finally here (well, mostly - still getting some snow here!), I thought I’d put this to the test with some leaf clean-ups, as well as some of that snow I mentioned.

As you can see by the video, this blower moves leaves and now like nobody’s business! Sure, the new ECHO PB-8010 might be more powerful, but this 770T is still a great blower for less cost.

Some of the features I really liked are:

  • Bigger air filter, keeping the engine cleaner

  • The spark plug cover, that keeps moisture out

  • The gas tank can hold more than an hour’s worth of work on one tank

  • The blower tube is bigger, making it easier to blow bigger jobs

If there’s anything I would change about this blower, is that it’s a little loud. But then I guess that’s what good ear protectors are for!

Overall, the ECHO PB-770T backpack blower is a great piece of equipment, and one I’d highly recommend if the newer models from ECHO and STIHL are a little above your budget.

Scott Horoszewski
Acme NLS, LLC
UAG Member 2019
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