Review & Testing: AiDot Enhulk 930 Cordless, Battery-Powered Leaf Blower

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REVIEW – I recently had the opportunity to test out AiDot’s Enhulk 930 cordless leaf blower. AiDot was kind enough to send us a free unit to test and try out for myself.

Over the course of the last 2 weeks, I’ve spent a total of about 4 hours using it to clean up the fall messes around my house.

Although it’s bigger and heavier than most other battery-powered leaf blowers, there’s a lot to love and a few things that are worth pointing out that potential users should be aware of. Let’s start with the good things.

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What I Loved

  • It’s powerful. At 930 CFMs, it blasts more air than any other cordless or even electric leaf blower I’ve tried in the past.
  • It’s simple to setup and use. Using it for the first time is very straightforward. Simply connect the battery and press the trigger, and you’re good to go.
  • Everything you need is included. It comes packed with the main unit, battery and charging dock, and three different nozzles; each for a different purpose.
  • It has a “turbo” button, but honestly – it’s powerful enough that I found myself never needing to actually use “turbo.” In fact, turbo is only slightly more powerful than the maximum mode if you were to pull the trigger down all the way.
  • It looks pretty cool and feels solid. Although it’s heavily comprised of plastic, the entire unit has a heavy duty, rugged appearance that seems as if it’s built with long lasting integrity in mind.
  • The battery level indicator is a wonderful addition. It clearly and accurately represents how much battery life remains. It’s divided into six different LED indicators that diminish as you use it.
  • The digital display is excellent. It’s nothing too advanced, but it clearly indicates if “turbo” or “cruise” is activated. It will also turn red when the battery is low, or blink red if there’s an issue that needs attention.
  • Cruise control with a solid and accurate trigger. It offers precise control that can be set and locked at any point of time by pressing the “cruise” button.

What I Didn’t Love

  • Compared to a corded leaf blower, it’s quite a bit heavier with the large battery attached to it. Weighing in at roughly 10 lbs, it doesn’t feel that heavy at first, but after 10-15 minutes of continuous use, I definitely started to get tired.
  • It’s louder than I expected. While it isn’t as noisy as a gas-powered leaf blower, I’d say it’s at the high end of noise output for an electric model. You could definitely warrant the use of ear protection, especially if you’re in a carport or garage area where sound tends to echo.
  • You can’t purchase additional batteries. The battery lasts around 25 minutes if you keep the trigger pulled down all the way. If I had the option to swap out additional batteries, it would mean that I wouldn’t have to budget the capacity quite as much. Thus, it would be able to tackle larger messes much better.
  • There’s no mulching or “sucking” capability. It’s strictly a leaf blower. Many electric leaf blowers have a vacuum or suction feature that will mulch leaves – the Enhulk does not.

Testing It Out

Within a few minutes of unboxing, it’s easy to have the Enhulk 930 up and running without even reading the instruction manual. Simply put, everything is very straightforward. Here’s what’s included in the box:

  • The main unit.
  • Battery with charging dock.
  • Main blower tube.
  • Three different nozzle attachments: siphon, tapered, spread.
  • Instruction manual.
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Operation and Use

Operation is simple. Just pull the trigger and go. The harder you pull the trigger, the higher the speed. At any point in time, you can tap the “cruise” button with your thumb and set the current speed on autopilot.

The turbo button is a nice inclusion, but it doesn’t seem to be necessary in most scenarios. In fact, when I pressed the turbo button, it was hardly a noticeable increase in power. The max “trigger pull” is already extremely powerful enough.

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All in all, the Enhulk 930 is a very powerful unit. It’s a bit noisier than I would have liked, but it does a fantastic job at delivering powerful blowing – perfect for wet, clumpy debris piles that other electric leaf blowers would surely have an issue with.

I filmed the following video that shows it in use. But keep in mind, it was icy outside. Therefore, some of the piles of debris wouldn’t lift that well because of the ice. Regardless, a standard corded leaf blower would definitely have trouble with these piles of needles.

Testing out the Enhulk 930 on a cold, icy morning. You can see some clumps remain as they are iced over. This was done without any attachment nozzles, so keep that in mind.

Nozzle Attachments

The Enhulk 930 comes with three different nozzles. Each click into place and promote a different kind of airflow.

  • The siphon nozzle is great for broadening the airflow.
  • The tapered nozzle concentrates air into a more-powerful beam.
  • Lastly, the spread nozzle widens the blowing path and does a great job at “lifting” wet piles of debris.

I ended up using the spread nozzle the most. It seems to provide the best way to move the most amount of wet leaves and pine needles, which is recently what I have neglecting picking up around the house.


Battery and Charging

The included battery is heavy – just under 5lbs. on its own. When you attach it to the leaf blower, most of the weight is towards the rear. While it does feel balanced, it’s definitely tiring after about 10-15 minutes of continuous use.

In terms of battery life, when I had the trigger pulled down all the way to the max power level, it achieved around 25 minutes of continuous runtime. This is enough for most tasks, however, a longer duration can be had if you use a lower speed setting and set the “cruise.”

I found myself only using the max output, yet never utilizing the “turbo” mode. I imagine if you used “turbo,” the battery life would slightly decrease, as a result.

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In order to charge it, the battery must be detached from the unit. Simply press the latch in and slide it backwards. Pop it into the charging dock and plug it into the wall. I found that a full re-charge takes around 2 hours and 20 minutes, which isn’t the quickest but definitely not the longest.

It’d be nice to have an option to purchase an additional battery from AiDot’s website, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to do so. If you could have another one on-hand, you could swap out batteries without interruption to your cleaning task, which would be nice.


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel like the AiDot Enhulk 930 knocked it out of the park in terms of raw power and usability. Produced by Enhulk, a brand of AiDot, this leaf blower is the most powerful one I’ve ever tried, and is very simple to use.

While it may be a bit heavier than I’d like, it has a lot of enticing features that set it far above any corded or cordless electric leaf blower I’ve tried in the past.

It’s built and designed well, easy to use, and left the area around my house clean of all the wet needles and leaves that have been piling up over the past 2 months of fall. Best of all, it’s priced fairly on the official AiDot website.

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