The Little Wonder 9160-02-01 (LB160H) is a gas-powered wheeled blower delivering 1397 CFM at 153 MPH. It features a 4-cycle 163cc engine. (Read full specs)
Features and Specifications
|CFM||Up to 1397|
|MPH||Up to 153|
|Fuel tank||106 fl. oz.|
|Other model numbers||LB160H|
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Overview of the Little Wonder 9160-02-01
- Power: The 9160-02-01, built by Little Wonder, is a gas-powered leaf blower capable of expelling a maximum air volume of 1397 cubic feet per minute (CFM). Its air speed is rated at 153 MPH.
- Handling: For bigger jobs covering a large area or for those who simply want to keep their leaf blower on the ground, walk-behind blowers such as the Little Wonder 9160-02-01 are an ideal choice. They are typically much more powerful than handheld or backpack blowers.
- Engine: Its Honda engine boasts a displacement of 163cc. As this is a 4-stroke engine, the blower does not require a mix of gas and oil in order to run.
- Speed Settings: Thanks to its variable speed settings, the Little Wonder 9160-02-01 allows precise control of the air output.
- Fuel Tank: The fuel tank can hold 106 fl. oz. Since this capacity is below the average walk-behind blower tank size, it may run out of fuel quicker than other similar units.
The Little Wonder 9160-02-01's performance versus other blowers
The following charts are provided to give you an idea how the key specs of the Little Wonder 9160-02-01 compare with similar leaf blowers.
- Air expelled from the nozzle of this blower can reach 153 MPH. When compared to others of this type, the 9160-02-01 has a lower air speed than most gas-powered walk-behind blowers. For the fastest air speed in this category, you may want to consider the Billy Goat F602X, which can expell air at a velocity that can reach 200 MPH.
- It’s capable of expelling a maximum air volume of 1397 CFM (cubic feet per minute). This places it at the low end compared to other gas-powered walk-behind blowers. For the highest air volume, you may want to have a look at the Billy Goat F1802SPV, which boasts with 2900 CFM.
As you can see from this interactive chart, when compared to other gas walk-behind blowers, the Little Wonder 9160-02-01 is on the average side of the price range.
Therefore, this blower nicely fits in the expected budget for this kind of product.
The Little Wonder 9160-02-01 benefits from a reversed angle fan blade that is a lot different from other blowers: it improves the fan efficiency and, when combined with a scrolled housing, allows the blower to move more air than many other wheeled blowers. The air deflector in an Optimax™ walk-behind leaf blower splits the airstream to direct the fastest moving air where it’s needed the most. Moreover, its low-lying discharge chute gets the airflow closer to the surface. For surface treating, this allows it to clear small particles. For surface drying, this allows it to move standing water.
About Little Wonder
The company known as “Little Wonder” was created in 1922 to manufacture and market the popular hedge trimmer that was the company’s namesake. In 1935, the company was acquired by Schiller-Pfeiffer and remains a trademark of Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. Today, Little Wonder’s offers dependable, easy-to-use landscape and garden equipment with its characteristic red and white color scheme.
The Little Wonder 9160-02-01 is covered under a warranty for up to 5 years. This warranty may not cover all parts of the blower.
For more information about the warranty of Little Wonder blowers, please consult Little Wonder's warranty policies (opens in a new tab). Alternatively, you can also contact their Customer Support: 1-877-596-6337.
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