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Toro Power Shovel 7.5 Amp Snow Thrower/Electric Broom #38360 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Toro

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  • Ultralight electric snow thrower; quickly converts to power broom for year-round use
  • 7-1/2 amp electric motor throws snow to 20 feet, cuts 6-inches deep and 12-inches wide per pass
  • Durable plastic body; metal handle; minor assembly required
  • Includes broom accessory and key lock
  • 15 by 12 by 52 inches; 12-1/2 pounds; 2-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 52 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002ST948
  • Item model number: 38360
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,249 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

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The Power Shovel Plus makes quick work of snow-blocked decks, patios, and sidewalks.


With a simple, easy conversion, the Power Shovel Plus converts to a power broom for year-round use.
The Power Shovel Plus
The Toro Power Shovel Plus is two tools in one: an ultra-light snow thrower and power broom. In shovel mode, the Power Shovel Plus can clear 300 pounds of snow per minute, which makes it perfect for quickly clearing snow from decks, walks, and patios.

When the weather is warmer, just flip it over, change the rotor and use the broom feature to clear leaves, dirt and debris. This handy model converts from Power Shovel to Power Broom in minutes, and it's wholly maintenance free -- with no gas and oil to mix. Simply plug it in and go! This electric tool weighs just 12.5 pounds, so the Power Shovel Plus is much easier to maneuver than a bulky gas unit.

Key Technical Specs:

  • Power: 7.5 amp electric motor
  • Cut depth: 6 inches
  • Cut width: 12 inches per pass
  • Some assembly required

Warranty
Toro warrants this product with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, sharpening, alteration, unauthorized repair or misuse.

Toro: Count on It.
Toro has a vision for the future and the wisdom of the past. Since 1914 Toro has created innovative, high-quality products that are earth and customer-friendly -- and Toro's products are as diverse as its customers. From landscapers and golf course managers to homeowners, grounds and sports field managers and beyond, Toro's equipment is built to satisfy the needs of every environment. Toro also makes a point of giving back to the industry and the communities it serves. Through The Toro Foundation, a portion of every Toro purchase is returned to communities and the turf industry. And The Toro Scholars Program awards scholarships to tomorrow's outdoor landscape industry leaders.

Product Description

The Toro Power Shovel Plus is two tools in one and easily converts from a power shovel to a power broom. The exclusive power curve design throws snow farther, and cleans right down to the pavement at a rate of 300- lbs. of snow per minute! Ideal for sidewalks, decks, porches and small driveways. Imported. 56Hx14Wx11L".

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So I called them back and told them there was no shortage of parts, to fix it.
Keith A. Sarson
Incredibly awkward design -- you'd think the handle should be tilted back while you push the shovel forward (almost effortlessly I hoped).
GA
I got the Toro electric snow shovel for cleaning snow from the deck and it works great.
Arthur Gunerius

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

206 of 211 people found the following review helpful By Robert Binder on December 14, 2004
This little devil has saved my back many times. It is small enough to hang on a hook on the wall. I had gotten it second hand from relatives that were moving to Florida at least 8 years ago. I use it to clear my driveway at home, and then throw it in the back seat of my car to take it to do the sidewalk at my business. Usually, I use it one hand as if using a vacuum cleaner. When the snow is deep...as being plowed in at the end of my driveway, it is light enough to hold like a shovel and scoop out layers from the top down. So it has gotten some heavy use over the years. Last year during one storm I used it to clear a 12'x80' sidewalk with a 2' packed drift made by the snow plow so I could have trucks deliver to my store. I might add that this is a task that a sane person would not have attempted with this, but if I let it freeze up I would have been in trouble.

While this is a big leap over using a regular shovel as far as time and effort it does have it short comings. My two gripes about it are that the extension plug would often be pulled out of it. I solved that by making a knot as if I was first tying a shoelace and then plugging them together.

The second and the reason that I gave it 3 stars is that it directs the snow directly in front. Because of this I start in the middle of the driveway and shoot it to one side and then do the same on the other. I do the same when doing a sidewalk. This is a lot more work then using a blower that directs the snow to the side, and alot messier. Don't expect a clean manicured edge.

I have a corner house and the 180 feet of sidewalk were a real pain. Because if this I recently bought the Toro 38025 1800 Power Curve Snow Thrower that has a wider path and directs the snow.
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90 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Sky TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 24, 2005
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If you go to Target, Home Depot or any of the other big chains that sell the Toro Electric Shovel you will probably find the same thing that I did...that it is SOLD OUT. Why? Because this is one of the most helpful tools to have ever been placed on the market.

It works fairly well on small driveways; don't forget to pick up a nice long outdoor-use electric extension cord. And use this only on paved surfaces...no loose gravel!

But the real benefit of this tool comes with walkways and DECKS.

If you've got a large driveway, pass on this and go for something with a little more power. If you've got a decent size walkway, you'll love this. It clears the snow with ease and it will last forever; my father-in-law has had his since the early 90s.

If you have a deck with a railing, and your deck isn't covered so it builds up with snow, the Toro Electric Shovel will become your best winter friend. The snow is propelled a good 25 feet and easily clears deck railings. Just don't shoot the snow into the wind (duh). No more throwing out your back from lifting heavy snow over railings with this baby.

No matter where you use this...a word of advice: Try not to let the snow get deeper than about 6". Yes, that means you might have to go out a couple of times. But c'mon...it's fun! The Toro still works in deep snow, but it really isn't designed for it. Any deeper than about 6" and you'll need to "shave the top of the snow accumulation," and you might as well not have the electric shovel for the effort that takes.

Happy snow season!
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64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By John from Wisconsin on March 9, 2003
Up here in Wisconsin we're pretty much guaranteed to get snow during the winter months, however, we don't always get a lot at one time. For snowfalls with a depth of 8" and on up I use a larger snowblower. The powershovel works great for less snow, although, if you're not clearing a large area it'll work great for most any depth. It also works well with both heavy wet and light dusty snowfalls. It really throws the snow, the distance varies depending on the consistency of the snow and the angle that you hold the shovel, but overall I'd say 15 feet. It works perfectly on concrete and asphalt surfaces and with a little technique it'll work well in rough areas. The point is it saves your back, it saves time, and it might even save your life if you have a bad heart. And, if you don't mind clearing snow it is fun to use. It is similar in weight and function to using a weed whip, it can be a workout but nothing near the back breaking workout that you get using an ordinary shovel. It's powered by electricity so you obviously need a cord. It is very important to purchase a cord that will remain flexible in low temperatures and don't skimp on the length. The cord can come unplugged. Some cords come with a locking feature to prevent this or you can be creative and use a plastic zip tie. Hope this helps.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 2001
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Ordered with "tongue in cheek" a power snow shovel for under $100.00...would it work? I was pleasantly surprised cleared my deck in no time at all even when the snow had melted and partially refroze. Where it was deep I skimmed off the top layer and it cleared it down to the deck boards without damage. You can't get more bang for the buck....delivered in 2 days...Great service and product!
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 22, 2003
I KNOW it says you are only supposed to shovel it with 6-8 inches of snow, and keep it on the ground. But in the Storm of 2003, with 28 inches of snow, this shovel was able to reduce the total job by "skimming it off the top". And it saved a lot of wear and tear on backs and arms. Fantastic product!
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