Toro Snow Blowers. Power Clear 418 18 in. Single-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

$424.99

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Shop for Outdoor Power Equipment at The Home Depot. The Toro Power Clear 180 Single-Stage 18 in. Gas Snow Blower features Power Curve patented technology to help efficiently move snow. The wide, rubber paddles are designed to propel the snow blower forward while clearing snow down to the pavement. This gas snow blower features a 4-cycle, 87 cc Toro OHV engine to help provide powerful performance. The positive-locking Zip deflector lets the user throw snow in a variety of directions up to 25 ft. to ensure adequate snow removal.


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Product Type: Snow Throwers


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Product Title: Toro Snow Blowers. Power Clear 418 18 in. Single-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

Manufacturer: Toro

Lowest Price: $424.99 from SpeedwaySales.com

Power Score: 4.4 | 136 Reviews


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Product Reviews (10)

So far so good

May 14th, 2013 -- Have used it once. It was difficult to start it the first time but starts up quickly now.

By Srav on Home Depot - May 14, 2013

Haven't used product yet. I'll be ready for the snow

Shipping was fast. Very satisfied.Haven't used product yet.

By Lindal on Home Depot - Apr 17, 2013

Wow

So darn easy to use, I did six driveways (happy neighbors) in our little neighborhood. I even carried it through the house and did our deck! Had to work it a bit on the drifts (10-12), but in six to eight inches, it tossed it aside and kept on going. Easy to start, use and clean up! I'm impressed.

By OneBad37 on Home Depot - Apr 16, 2013

This equipment satisfied my needs

I did a pretty good job blowing out snow from my driveway and has saved time for me

By Alberto on Home Depot - Apr 7, 2013

Pretty good blower

This is the first one we have owned, so going from a shovel to a machine is a huge improvement. It works pretty well on dryer snow, the wet stuff is harder and does not go as far. It is great for accumulation 6 in and under, if it is a bigger storm you will need to operate a few times. Also the one draw back I find is that you have to reach down to change the direction of the shoot. Ideally it...
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By Blowininthewind on Home Depot - Apr 2, 2013

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