Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Echo PB-2520 and the Echo PB-255LN.
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 PB-2520 and the PB-255LN are both Echo 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 gas-powered blowers - gas is a reliable power source which you can refill in a matter of seconds.
CFM & MPHIn comparison, the Echo PB-2520, at the CFM of 453, beats the 354 CFM of the Echo PB-255LN, making it the superior landscaping tool of the two, as it can blow leaves rather more efficiently.The Echo PB-255LN's MPH of 191 beats the 170 MPH of the Echo PB-2520. It therefore expels air faster and should aid you with landscaping more effectively.
Weight & Noise ratingThe heavier Echo PB-255LN, standing at 10.2 lbs, dwarfs the 8.8 lbs of the Echo PB-2520, and may cause you more trouble physically when operating.The louder Echo PB-2520, at the noise rating of 70 dB, comes above the 64 dB of the Echo PB-255LN, and will be more noisy in comparison.
Engine specs comparisonBoth devices have an identical fuel tank size of 16.9 fl.oz. They will therefore require you to refill them at roughly same rates.These two products have an identical engine displacement of 25.4 cc. Thus, they consume comparable amounts of fuel per stroke and will provide you with similar output.Each of these leaf blowers features a 2-cycle engine. Thus, they both require you to have an oil/fuel mix to operate.
Other features comparison
Vacuum abilityNeither the Echo PB-2520 nor the Echo PB-255LN has the ability to vacuum leaves. Thus, you will require another method of leaf collection.