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Echo PB-755ST vs PB-580T - The differences

Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Echo PB-580T and the Echo PB-755ST.

But before checking out these explanations, here's a table that summarizes the main pros of each of these 2 leaf blowers:

Echo PB-580TEcho PB-755ST
Echo PB-580TEcho PB-755ST
  • Lighter
  • Less noisy
  • Less expensive
  • Higher CFM
  • Higher MPH
  • Bigger fuel tank
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Common specs comparison

Make & handling

  • Manufactured by Echo, both the PB-580T and the PB-755ST should uphold similar standards of quality and attention to detail. You'll find the throttle positioned on the tube of both products, ensuring that your left hand remains unoccupied for other activities.
  • Designed as backpack blowers, both products boast substantial engines and sizable fuel tanks, making them easy to carry for extended periods.
  • gas-powered blowers, both products offer a dependable power source that can be refilled quickly, allowing you the mobility to cover extensive outdoor spaces without interruption.

CFM & MPH

  • In comparison, the Echo PB-755ST, with a CFM of 651, beats the 517 CFM of the Echo PB-580T, making it the superior landscaping tool of the two, when it comes to the amount of leaves that can be blown per minute.
  • The Echo PB-755ST with an MPH of 233 slightly exceeds the 216 MPH of the Echo PB-580T. Thus, in comparison, the former expels air at a slightly higher speed, and should do a better job at blowing leaves on grass or lifting wet leaves and debris (acorns, etc.).

Weight & Noise rating

  • The weight of the Echo PB-755ST, at 24.7 lbs, slightly exceeds that of the 22.7 lbs Echo PB-580T, which means you may experience slightly less fatigue and find it easier to maneuver during prolonged use.
  • At 74 dB, the noise rating of the Echo PB-755ST surpasses that of the Echo PB-580T, which stands at 70 dB. Therefore, choosing the Echo PB-580T could offer a quieter environment for both you and your neighbors.

Engine specs comparison

  • The Echo PB-755ST's larger fuel tank, holding 67.6 fl.oz., has the potential to provide longer usage periods, assuming similar engine efficiency to the Echo PB-580T.
  • In comparison, the Echo PB-580T's engine displacement of 58.2cc is slightly surpassed by the 63.3cc of the Echo PB-755ST. This indicates that the latter may consume marginally more fuel per stroke, potentially resulting in slightly greater power output.
  • These leaf blowers are both powered by 2-cycle engines, requiring an oil/fuel mix to function.

Other features comparison

Vacuum ability

Neither the Echo PB-580T nor the Echo PB-755ST can vacuum leaves, so you'll need an alternative approach to collect them.

TL;DR

Echo PB-580TEcho PB-755ST
Echo PB-580TEcho PB-755ST
  • Lighter
  • Less noisy
  • Less expensive
  • Higher CFM
  • Higher MPH
  • Bigger fuel tank
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2 Comments
  1. I have a 580 and upgraded this weekend to a PB755ST this weekend.

    I prefer the 580 for several reasons. The biggest difference is the flexible blower tube is longer- this puts a lot more pressure on my arm, my arm is extended the entire time. The 580 is shorter and I am able to use my body to support the blowing. The two you noted, noise level and heavier. You would think 2 lbs is not a lot, however it feels like the weight is not equally balanced, the weight is heavier on the left side.
    Also, a couple other small things that are made and better quality for the 580. 1) The shoulder pads are wider and thicker, better support and 2) the Air intake cover is cheap flimsy plastic, that I can smell when heated. The 580 is better quality and no smell.

    I am curious if anyone else experienced these differences.

    Sonja

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