The Little Wonder LB160H is part of the leaf blower
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, leaf blower
models like the LB160H are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Denotes speed of moving leaves.
The speed of removing embedded leaf particles from a lawn.
Handling & ease of use:
Includes ease of maneuvering, using controls, and changing modes.
Features & Specs - Little Wonder LB160H
Weight (lbs.) To the nearest half-pound in blower mode.
cc/amp Engine cubic centimeters (cc) and motor electrical amperage (amps) are from the manufacturer.
Multiple speeds On an electric blower or a variable throttle on a gas-powered blower, these let you increase power for sweeping on hard surfaces or open ground and decrease it around fragile garden beds.
Vacuum capability Comes with the necessary attachments including a collection bag to convert to vacuuming mode for sucking up leaves and debris.
Translucent fuel tank A clear tank lets you see at a glance when fuel is running low.
Translucent fuel tank
Spring assisted starting To makes starting easier, a pull-cord assembly with this feature has a built-in spring that winds up as the starting rope is pulled, to reduce the force necessary to start the engine.
Spring assisted starting
Four-cycle engine Uses straight gasoline and doesn't require an oil/gasoline mixture, as do the more common two-cycle engines used on most trimmers.