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With a snow removal capacity of 700 pounds per minute, the Power Curve lets you clear four inches of snow off a 50-by-20-foot driveway in just 10 minutes. The machine's clearing width of 18 inches means that you can clear most walkways with just one or two quick passes. And with a snow cut depth of 10 inches per pass, you won't need to repeat work you've already done, unless you're in the middle of a serious blizzard.
Compact and Easy to Maintain with Electric Power
With no gas or oil to burn through, no spark plugs to change, and no time-consuming tune-ups, this electric snow thrower is a cost-effective option. Its compact size makes it easier to maneuver than big, gas-powered units, and it's easier to store, too. This makes an electric unit like the Toro 1800 ideal for small spaces like porches, decks, and patios.
When you do want to clear a large area, you'll appreciate the surprisingly powerful nature of this lightweight unit. It features a reliable, series-wound 12 Amp motor, which is designed to produce high torque and operate at relatively low speeds, making it a perfect choice for snow-throwing.
The cord lock system eliminates one of the potential downfalls of using electric products by ensuring your extension cord is reliably locked in place. And with electric power, this snow thrower is easy to start up. Even on the coldest days, it's as simple as squeezing the trigger on the control bar and releasing it when you want to stop. There's no priming or frustrating cord pulling.
Convenient, Ergonomic Features for a Long Life
The trigger is conveniently placed on an ergonomically designed handle for comfort and ease of use, while a key lock means you never have to worry about unauthorized use.
Additionally, a remote crank chute and deflector give you full 180-degree adjustability, so it's easy to throw snow anywhere you want. And a specially-designed lift handle on the top of this 24-pound unit takes the awkwardness out of moving your snow thrower from your garage to your porch or tucking it in your vehicle.
This snow thrower is backed by a full two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Snow blower, parts needed for assembly, and operators manual.
Read the operator's manual before operating this machine.
It's been almost six years since we purchased this snowblower and we're looking forward to sharing another winter with it. It does get limited use however. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John A. Fiedler
Has been working great for many years. Smaller, and just what we needed around the yard and gravel driveway.Published 1 month ago by KLH
This is a replacement for a seven year old earlier model that died an honorable death. This model has obvious upgrade features.Published 1 month ago by Wm R. Corcoran
I've had this machine for several winters now, and while it can't handle really deep snow (multiple feet worth), it can make layers out of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SueC
worked well bought it for my wife so I wouldn't have to shovel snow
she couldn't start the gas blower now that's a good man
Very happy. Works well with any snow I've had in south central Illinois.Published 5 months ago by Charles M Duncan
This is an amazing little machine considering size and that it is electric. I needed a 100' cord. It throws 10" of light snow remarkable distances and 8" of wet snow... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dave J