STIHL's most powerful professional backpack blower

  • The BR 600 MAGNUM professional backpack blower is one of the cleanest-running in its category, thanks to a fuel-efficient, low-noise STIHL 4-MIX engine delivering increased durability and longer life. It offers an impressive power-to-weight ratio with many enhancements including a new nozzle with extended wear area to prolong equipment life, and a specially designed nylon harness for high wear resistance. This is the most powerful backpack blower for the landscaping professional.

Equipment prices include Pre-Delivery inspection, Set-up and Test Run.

SKU Description Price
BR600 Back Pack Blower $679.95

Prices and specs subject to change without notice. Product Special prices are while quantities last.


Displacement (cc)64.8
Power output (kw)2.8
Weight (kg/lb)9.8 / 21.6
Air volume (cfm) with tube at nozzle end712
Air velocity (mph) with tube at nozzle end201
Round nozzleStandard
Flat nozzleCan be retrofitted
Vacuum attachment
Single-lever cruise controlStandard
Anti-vibration systemStandard
Manual fuel primerStandard
ElastoStart®Can be retrofitted
Sound level (dB(A))75

Addition Info

STIHL 4-MIX® engine – You can always rely on STIHL to keep setting new benchmarks this time with 4-stroke mixed lubrication technology. The STIHL 4-MIX engine, which runs on a fuel-oil mix just like a 2-stroke, offers the benefits without the compromises of 4-stroke power. STIHL 4-MIX engine technology provides fast acceleration, more power, added torque, lower noise, reduced emissions and increased fuel efficiency to complete jobs quickly, quietly and more easily.

Anti-vibration system – Intense vibration at the handles of power tools can lead to long-term effects on blood vessels in the hands and arms. STIHL has therefore developed an effective anti-vibration system whereby the oscillations from the machine's engine are dampened which significantly reduces vibrations at the handles.

Multi-function control handle – Easy, comfortable thumb-operated control means the operator's hand never leaves the handle.