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Asurion Lawn & Garden Extended Protection Plan 4 Yearfrom Asurion, LLC
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Toro Snwthrwr 21" 212cc
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TORO 2016 Power Clear 721 E 21 in Single-Stage Gas 4 cycle Snow Blower with electric start.
Brand new , open box with manual , oil bottle and hardware.
Was never used,
Use Toro Power Clear 721 E Single-Stage 21 in. Gas Snow Blower for a powerful snow-throwing potential. Equipped with the powerful 212 cc 4-Cycle OHV engine, this snow blower can launch snow up to 35 ft. away while the patented Power Curve system cleans down to the pavement clearing compacted snow for optimal snow removal. The snow blower features electric start and the Power Propel self-propel system makes the unit easy to use with a heavy-duty rotor that continuously contacts the ground, propelling the unit forward. With Toro's 2-year Guaranteed to Start Promise and warranty, you're ready for whatever winter has in store.
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Called Toro and asked for the best place to buy a "Toro Power clear 721 snow blower". They advised me to go to a local True Value Store. I went there and they have most of the Toro models. I skipped the model 721 RC Commercial on sale for $599 because it doesn’t have the electric starter. If you are much younger then me, go for a commercial model. It has the same engine, and size as 721 E, but it has stronger blades. So I decided for Toro Power Clear 721 E 21” model 38742 on Sale for $569. This has 212cc engine size, 4HP power and can go through 12.5” deep snow.
They showed me an unopened box in pristine condition, and assembled it in 10 minutes for me. After I inspected the equipment for any physical damage, asked them if it is possible to run the engine. They said no problem. Filled it with Oil, and gas, and refused to let me to pay for the gas. As transaction was completed, they pushed it outside the store and with one pull it started up. The engine was running smoothly, and during the engage of the rotors blade, the engine was unaffected.
I tried at home with the electric starter, and as soon as I touched the red button, engine fired up. I didn’t have a chance to hear the starter noise.
I tried it on 4 inches wet snow. It worked like a charm, but it is different from a 2 stage, self-propelled snow blower:
1 you can control how deep to go through the snow. While in a 2 stage snow blower the skids keep the blades high, with this one stage, you can go up to the pavement. This is good to clean sidewalks.
2 The rotor blades, in contact with the pavement, pulls the snow blower forward so in some cases you have to pull it back to decrease the speed depending on depth and density of the snow.
3 For 6 to 8” of snow it works faster then the 2 stage Toro 622 snow blower.
4 If you decide to clear the snow up to the pavement, keep in min that the blade contacts the pavement, and has to be replaced every 2 years or so. A new blade cost around $25 and can be replaced very easily in summer time.
After 2 hours of use, I changed the oil, filling it with 560 ml Mobil 1 5W-30 full synthetic engine oil.
I checked on less expensive snowblowers, but I settled on Toro (even though I have a Toro lawnmower and I do not like it.) It may change my mind about Toro yard equipment if it stays together. So far, I'm not disappointed.
This blower is for small to moderate snow removal jobs. It will not remove heavy ice or snow that has been partly melted by the short periods of daytime sunlight, then frozen overnight. All in all, it does the job I bought it for and it does it without a hick-up. Great on gas, too.
Only thing I noticed was that heavy wet snow blasted the chute director up all the way whenever I tried to set it lower. I suspect it won't be an issue in normal snow - this was more like shooting water out the chute so pretty extreme conditions.