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Stihl BGA 200 Battery Handheld Blower (Tool Only)

SKU BA01 011 5901 US
in stock
Original price $479.99 - Original price $479.99
Original price
$479.99 - $479.99
Current price $479.99

The most powerful battery-powered blower in the STIHL line, the BGA 200 handheld blower not only provides nearly 25% more blowing force than the BGA 100, but is ideally suited for low-noise environments, and delivers a range of features that allow professional landscapers, and homeowners with large properties, to take on almost any blowing task. With no onboard battery, users can enjoy a lightweight, ergonomic design. Quiet operation allows homeowners and professionals to work at times and in areas where noise may be an issue. The three power levels with variable speed as well as a boost mode help tackle stubborn debris, and the cruise control setting allows users to maintain blowing force without holding down the trigger. In addition to performance features, the adjustable blower tube with metal ring gives operators the ability to adjust tube length to what works best for them with a single push of a button, and the metal ring provides durability and protection against wear.


  • Lightweight Portability- Great for maneuverability and extended use.
  • Instant-On Performance- 100% torque instantly with the squeeze of a trigger
  • Rubberized Soft Touch Handle- Soft rubber texture is both easy to grip and makes the product comfortable to hold for extended periods.

Note: Must be used with battery belt or AR-style backpack battery. Required adapters purchased separately.

***Battery & Charger Sold Separately***

Weight 7.1 lbs.
Engine Source Battery
Blowing Force 21 Newtons
MAX. Air Velocity 188 mph
Air Volume at Nozzle 553 cfm
Sound Pressure Rating 59 dB(A)
Run Time (with AR 3000) 536 Mins.

⚠ #2 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and, which are know to the the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to