Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180 and the Ryobi ONE+ P2190.
But before checking out these explanations, here's a table that summarizes the main pros of each of these 2 leaf blowers:
Common specs comparison
Make & handlingAs the ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180 and the ONE+ P2190 are both Ryobi blowers, they benefit from the same level of quality and attention to detail.These two products are handheld blowers and therefore will provide you with superior mobility.Both products are battery-powered blowers - they use a cheap and convenient power source, which you can easily recharge.
CFM & MPHThe Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180, providing a CFM of 280 outmatches the 200 CFM of the Ryobi ONE+ P2190. Your leaf blowing experience will therefore be outstandingly improved with the Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180, as it should do a way better job at blowing leaves.The Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180 with the MPH of 100 slightly exceeds the 90 MPH of the Ryobi ONE+ P2190. Thus, in comparison, the former expels air at a slightly higher speed and should do a better job at blowing leaves.
Weight & Noise ratingThe Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180, weighing 9 lbs, greatly outweighs the 5 lbs of the Ryobi ONE+ P2190, and therefore could be significantly more demanding for you to operate.Both devices have a noise rating of 65 dB. They should therefore be equally demanding on the ears.
Other features comparison
Vacuum abilityNeither the Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180 nor the Ryobi ONE+ P2190 has the ability to vacuum leaves. Thus, you will require another method of leaf collection.
AutonomyThe Ryobi ONE+ P2190, with the autonomy of 20 mins, and the 20 mins of the Ryobi ONE+ LITHIUM+ P2180, have comparable autonomy. They can therefore operate for similar amounts of time before they require to be recharged by you.