Husqvarna ST121E 21-Inch 208cc Single Stage Electric Start Snow Thrower
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- 208cc snowking engine
- 21-inch clearing width
- Auger driven speed drive
- Electric Start
- Led headlight
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The Husqvarna ST121E is a compact and high-performing single stage snow thrower for drive ways and paths. Very easy to maneuver and an innovative remote chute rotator facilitates the direction of the snow. Strong SnowKing engine with electric start and a working width of 21 inches. Efficient LED lighting enables work in early mornings and late nights.
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The lights started failing (flickering and going out) with the first use. Couldn't find anyone to warranty it locally--so, I've just lived with it. Best part is that by the second season, the lights no longer bothered to come on at all. I can just pretend there are no lights, which is much better than intermittent lights.
It starts reliably, but the engine is very loud and vibrates a lot. If not left on a level surface, it will rattle its ways right down the driveway.
By third season, the shute no longer stays in place and rotates around. There is nothing to lock it in place.
The auger blades wear quickly and are ready for replacement, if I can find the part somewhere. Might see if Poulan parts will fit--since it's the same company.
It struggles with snow over a couple inches and is practically useless with wet snow. It does a bit better if you don't crank shute to a 90° angle. Slightly to the side and forward (45° or 135° forward) throws better, especially for wet snow.
Heavy and a bit difficult to maneuver in tight spaces.
As of third season, it pulls to one side, perhaps due to blade damage, but seems to drag on ground.
First experience with a single-stage snowblower. Some experiences may be common regardless of brand. Husqvarna seems cheaply built. Will definitely undertake maintenance to keep it working, but the way it is rattling itself apart, I would be surprised if it made it through a fourth season.
I got it for a good price on Amazon. Would not pay anywhere near current price, which is close to six Benjamins. If you can find it under four, it might be a reasonable purchase as a disposable tool for a few seasons. This is clearly not going to be a 20-season snowblower that outlives you!
Ready to attack the Chicago Snow...that's if we get any this season.
Nov-2015...Have not received any snow as of yet, but the snowblower starts up with no problem. One of the LED headlights died out. 12VDC was measured at the input, so the LED assembly is faulty. Here's what Husqvarna charges for the replacement assembly:
P/N: 580680501 Description: RH LED light $67.99 S&H $10.99...
This is crazy...glad I purchased the protection plan.
It throws snow pretty well, no issues clogging all through last winter.
The lights stopped working on one side. I took the assembly apart and found one harness unplugged. Hopefully that solves the issue. I've added an image showing what I had to plug in and tape up.
well made solid construction . Starts easily with one pull or use electric start. Will clear six to eight inches easily.
and the lights on the right side barely work. Husqvarna is expected to be a high quality product where one pays for that quality. The ST121E performs adequately, but not up to the standards to be expected from Husqvarna and at the price that was paid. The next time, I will stick with Toro.