Toro’s Flex-Force cordless garden tools are powered by a 60v battery system which is interchangeable with all the tools in the 60v Flex Force range.
Cordless battery power produces zero emissions and incurs minimal running costs. This is making it increasingly popular with homeowners wanting to reduce their impact on the environment and their bank balance. Working without the restriction of cables gives you the freedom to move around the garden without wrestling with tangled cords and allows you to work away from home without relying on a power source.
Toro 51825T Flex-Force 60v Cordless Blower features:
- Powerful airflow
- Ergonomic handle
- Variable speed with turbo and cruise control features
The Toro 51825T leaf blower is ergonomically designed to minimise strain on the wrists and arms. The handle is comfortable to hold with the trigger within easy reach. The cruise control feature takes the effort out of clearing leaves allowing you to set your speed and go. The variable speed trigger adjusts the output depending on the litter with a boost feature for extra stubborn debris.
There are a range of batteries available to purchase separately including a 2.5Ah, 60Ah and 7.5Ah and a quick charger. The 60v Flex-Force range of batteries also power Hayter’s 60v cordless lawnmower range.
Battery and charger not included.
- Model: 51825T
- Power: 60v Lithium-ion
- Motor: DC Brushless
- Runtime with 2.5Ah battery: Low speed = up to 90 minutes
- Air Speed: 115 MPH
- Air Volume: 605 CFM
- Warranty: Manufacturer’s 3-year tool, 3-year battery (T&C’s apply)
The background story on Toro
Toro are without doubt one of the world’s leading turf care machinery manufacturers, providing both the homeowner and professional user with a range of equipment designed to cater for every eventuality. The company was founded in 1914, not with the intention to create the Toro lawn mowers we know today, but with the singular purpose of providing The Bull Tractor Company with a reliable source of engines. They did this to great effect until the beginning of WW1, when their attentions were turned to providing steering winches for merchant shipping during this time. By 1920, a move into the turf care industry was imminent when five cylinder mower units were attached to a Toro tractor in order to maintain the fairways at The Minikahda Club in Minneapolis. By 1928 a portfolio of industry leading machines had been produced and it was time for Toro to branch out into International territories. The year of 1938 saw the first production of the Homelawn — the first of the domestic Toro lawn mowers — yet by 1942 all domestic manufacturing of Toro lawn mowers was halted in an effort to build tank, canon and anti-aircraft equipment for the U.S. army during WW2. Expansion follows the disruption of the war years for the next few decades, when Toro expand into new markets with industry firsts, including the snow-throwing Snow Hound in 1952. Further development of the all important turf care equipment saw Toro form a partnership with America’s Super Bowl organisers in 1966 before it moved back into the agricultural scene with industry leading irrigation equipment. The turn of the millennium sees The Toro Company going from strength to strength, continuing to develop Toro lawn mowers and groundbreaking solutions to turf maintenance for professional and domestic customers, whilst at the same time investing time and money back into community projects, resulting in being named Jefferson Award 2012 winner.