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Toro 38381 18-Inch 15 Amp Electric 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower

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  • Number 1 Brand of electric snow thrower in the US
  • 160-degree adjustable chute deflects the snow in different directions
  • Full-bail ergonomic handle, zip deflector, and lightweight design; easy assembly
  • 15 amp electric snow blower for sidewalks, walkways, and other residential areas
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Length 36.2 inches 18.9 inches 45 inches 23.5 inches
Height 47 inches 20.7 inches 38 inches 20.5 inches
Width 18 inches 18.9 inches 19 inches 19.5 inches
Weight 24 pounds 26.5 pounds 33.3 pounds 38 pounds
Clearing Width 18" Clearing Width 18" Clearing Width 18" Clearing Width, 13.5 AMP Motor 18"
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  • Product Dimensions: 36.2 x 18 x 47 inches ; 24 pounds
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  • Item model number: 38381
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (449 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Toro 38381 18-Inch 15 Amp Electric 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower

Toro snow blower
Power Curve technology carves paths 18 inches wide and up to 12 inches deep down to the pavement, and throws snow up to 30 feet.
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Ideal for residential use, the Toro 1800 electric Power Curve snow blower is small in stature yet packs enough muscle to easily clear deep snow from driveways and walkways. The unit's wide, compact stance, deep-cutting blades, and powerful electric motor move large volumes of snow out of the way, while the adjustable chute puts all that snow right where you want it.

Designed to Move Snow

Combining a 15 amp electric motor with patented Power Curve technology, the blower moves more snow in less time, virtually eliminates clogging, and cleans all the way down to the pavement. In one pass, the blower can clear a path 18 inches wide and 12 inches deep. Move up to 700 pounds of snow in a minute.

The 1800 Power Curve snow blower performs like a gas unit, but without all the maintenance. Just plug it in and throw snow up to 30 feet. Use the snow blower's Zip Deflector control to throw snow high, low, or in-between, and with just a simple touch, the unit's positive-locking ratchet deflector adjusts in less than a second.

Built for Convenience

Because it's electric powered, the 1800 Power Curve snow blower weighs only 25 pounds, making it easy to maneuver and use by many members of the family. Furthermore, the blower's ergonomic handle provides maximum comfort and leverage, its lift handle makes it easy to transport from the deck to the patio or pathway, and its cord lock system means you don't have to stop because of interrupted power.

Maintenance-free, the 1800 Power Curve snow blower offers plug-in-and-go convenience, and when not in use, its handle folds for compact storage. Toro covers the electric 1800 Power Curve snow blower with a two-year warranty. Capacity and throw distance will vary with conditions.

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Ergonomically designed handle for comfort and ease of use.
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Zip deflector allows for changing the direction and locking in the angle to throw snow where you want.
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Quickly adjusts the chute, left to right and to throw snow where you want it.

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Larger 6-inch wheels provide more snow-gripping traction.
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Power Curve system, with curved rotor and inverted funnel housing, moves more snow in less time and virtually eliminates clogging.
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Cord lock system means you don't have to stop because of interrupted power.

What's in the Box

Toro 1800 Power Curve snow blower, parts for assembly, operator's manual

Toro Electric Snowblowers

Toro 38361
Power Shovel (38361)
Toro 38371
1500 Power Curve (38371)
Toro 38381
1800 Power Curve (38381)
Performance
Capacity/Minute (the power to cut through snow) Up to 300 pounds/136 kg Up to 500 pounds/227 kg Up to 700 pounds/318 kg
Throw Distance (the power to put snow in its place) Up to 20 feet / 6 m Up to 25 feet / 7.6 m Up to 30 feet / 9 m
Clearing Width (fewer passes gets the job done faster) 12 inches 15 inches 18 inches
Snow Cut Depth -- 1 Pass 6 inches 12 inches 12 inches
Engine
Amps / Motor 7.5 amp / Series Wound 12 amp / Series Wound 15 amp / Series Wound
User-Friendly Features
Deflector N/A ZIP Deflector ZIP Deflector
Chute Control N/A Chute Lever Quick Lever
Ideal for Sidewalks and walkways
Driveways that can park up to 2 cars
2-4 inches at a time
Sidewalks and walkways
Driveways that can park up to 4 cars
2-6 inches at a time
Sidewalks and walkways
Driveways that can park up to 4 cars
2-6 inches at a time
Weight 13 pounds / 6 kg 25 pounds / 11 kg 26 pounds / 12 kg
Warranty 2 year full 2 year full 2 year full
Innovative Features
Telescoping handle: height adjustment of 6 inches to fit any user Easy-to-use controls: intuitive operation with either hand Quick lever: aim snow on-the-go with no cranking necessary
Adjustable handle: sliding and rotating adjustments to offer supreme control and comfort Zip deflector: unique locking-style deflector to consistently throw snow where you want it Maximium power: offering the industry's leading power-to-width ratio to clear more snow in less time

Important Information

Safety Warning
Read the operator's manual before operating this machine.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This works much better than I had hoped and it is far easier to use than my big gas powered snow blower.
Lake Seasons
We had 8 inches of wet snow, and I wasn't sure how this would do but it worked incredibly well, and was surprisingly able to throw the wet snow a good distance.
Sara's mom
Overall, I am very happy with the performance of this machine, it has definitely exceeded my expectations.
S. Clark

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

393 of 401 people found the following review helpful By Mark Hornig on December 13, 2010
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The Toro Power Curve is not a bad machine for the right situations. At times I've been impressed by its effort-- but ultimately my needs were more than it could handle. I give it a mostly positive recommendation, but before buying just make sure you aren't expecting too much from this machine.

Living in Wisconsin we get a lot of snow, and my previous snowblower was a small 18" MTD that handled most everything for 12 years. When it died I was going to replace it with another but I was intrigued by the postive reviews on the electric models. Of course I never expected it to be as powerful as the gas blower, but I thought it would at least be better than shoveling. Which it is.

The assembly is simple. Five minutes to put the handle on and attach the levers. Then I purchased a 100' 12ga extension cord for $40. That's it-- you will never need to do or buy another thing for it.

True to Wisconsin weather, I had a chance to use it 6 times in the first three weeks. The first day was 3" light powder which the Toro chewed through quite well and probably cut my normal shoveling time in half. The second was 5" of day of crusted day old snow. The Toro actually worked a little better with this, probably because it had a little more solid substance to it. The third day was a 12" blizzard that left high drifts at the edges. And to be expected this is where I ran into problems. It was just too much for the Toro to handle and though I was able to clear most of our driveway it took a couple hours and a lot of help from my shovel.

And to be fair, I'm not judging based on THAT-- it is rated for light snowfall and a max 10" intake, not for replacing a large 2-stage snowblower. It seems very well suited for 3" - 8" of snow and smaller areas such as patios and sidewalks.
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170 of 173 people found the following review helpful By ak/mtwoman on November 21, 2010
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Have shoveled, bladed, & blown lots of snow in 55 yrs. Last snowblower was craftsman gas blower that is still working out at the farm. I am 64 & needed something lightweight & powerful that I can pick up & move as I need to! Very easy for one person to assemble. This is the tkt. I just came in from blowing one foot of snow on long driveway & sidewalk at home in town; plus the double driveway and corner lot sidewalk of my 91yr neighbor. One pass all the way to the concrete every time. It took me one hour start to finish. No clogs & the snow slid off the surfaces of the blower & no snow to clean out of the chute when done. I especially like the directional handle on the chute for snow. It allows a good dispersion of snow at a low angle so one is not hitting the neighbor's windows. The throw distance of the snow is equal to larger snowblowers I have used. I am a widow & have to pay for upkeep on sparkplug/gas driven items; and I am converting to electric yard items when possible. The price was reasonable & free shipping was an extra bonus.
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328 of 348 people found the following review helpful By Schmonkey on September 21, 2010
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I owned a previous Toro 1800 model for probably 7 years (ending in roughly 2000-2001). I'd get my driveway cleaned faster and better than my neighbors using their gas units. But, after 7 years, my Toro finally had it and I decided to get me a gas/oil mix snow blower.

I ended up with two different gas/oil mix units over the past 9 years. One gas snow blower lasted 3 years (I paid about $500 for it). The next one lasted 6 years and is on its last leg (I paid $465) for it.

Now, I FINALLY get to go back to a BETTER Toro 1800 model than the prior model that I loved so much (AND IT IS STILL THE SAME PRICE I PAID FOR MY FIRST UNIT 17 YEARS AGO!). I'm not waiting to purchase this unit since it is only $299 with free shipping. No way am I waiting. This model has been around a long time. That attests to its popularity, reliability and greatness. It will clear 10 inches deep, no problem. I've cleared snow over 18 inches deep, no problem. It chews right through the white stuff and tosses it clear off the drive by up to 30 feet. Powerful for an electric unit. And this latest engine is even more powerful! Can't wait!

I have cleaned up slushy snow (off the street) with this unit in the past. Nice clear path along the curb so the mail person can easily drive up to my mailbox in the winter. As 'convenient' as a gas snow thrower can be (for the simple reason you don't have to watch out for an electric extension cord), I can't stand it when the engine jets crud up and I have to get the doggone gas unit 'tuned' for a $100+. I started straining my oil/gas mixture through my wife's used nylons (a mechanic told me that trick to keep the jets clean from impurities in the gas/oil mix) and that worked well for not needing any further tuneups.
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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Craig Dugas on November 29, 2010
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When shopping for a new snow blower, you're likely to be comparing the Toro 1800 with the comparable yet less expensive Snow Joe 622 (or similar). As of this writing, the star ratings are fairly close, but with a bit more research, I found people had more trouble with their Snow Joe than I wanted to risk. Here's just one forum on the topic: http://www.amazon.com/Toro-1800-Snow-Joe-622/forum/Fx3U83YN3L1OW9A/Tx3DVDQ0HKUG8TS/1

The latest model Toro 1800 (38381) has a lightweight plastic body and the required assembly takes literally about 2 minutes. It has a strong 15 amp motor that was able to cut through snow to clear my driveway and sidewalk with ease. One thing to note about the Toro 1800 is that if you do not have the necessary 12 or 14 gauge power cord, a new 100 foot cord will run you fifty bucks or more. I wouldn't recommend using the 'standard orange extension cable' as those are generally only good up to 13 amps - but check the little tag on your cable to find out the amp rating, it might be sufficient.

It really is a top-end electric snow blower. It does not match up with large, heavy gas-powered snow blowers (for example, it will not blow snow that has been really packed down by a vehicle driving on it), so don't expect it to. On the flip side, you don't have to mess with mixing oil and gasoline or lubricating parts or worrying if it's going to start up when you go out in the cold - the electric motor is instant-on. All-in-all I'm very happy with this purchase.
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