Model # PR621

Internet #202324388

Poulan PRO 21 in. Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Poulan PRO

21 in. Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Poulan Pro PR621 features a brand new lightweight design that can tackle the heavy jobs. With a powerful 208 cc snow engine and 21 in. clearing width this unit tears through snow. Built by a manufacturer you know and trust.

  • 21 in. clearing width gets the job done fast
  • 13 in. snow intake height
  • 7 in. Snow traction tires for easy transport
  • Ergonomic handle for easy and comfortable winter starting
  • 2 year warranty
  • 2 year warranty
  • Assembly is as easy as a walk mower Unfold and tighten the handle, install a few bolts to secure the discharge chute and finally add gas and oil and you are ready to go See your owners manual for more details on assembly, parts, and operation

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Brand Poulan PRO Toro Toro Cub Cadet
Ratings (29) (217) (92) (47)
Snow Equipment Product Type Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower
Clearing Surface Type Gravel/ Paved Paved Paved Paved
Engine Make OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded
Snow Blower Features Skid Shoes No Additional Features No Additional Features Headlight
Clearing Width (In.) 21 in 21 21 21
Traction Wheel Drive Wheel Drive Wheel Drive
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21 in. Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from After year, love the clearing power, but had an issue with the motor The machine arrived, was easily assembled, it started effortlessly, and has ever since. I summer-ized it last year, and used it for the first snowfall this season 2012-13. I was half-way through finishing, when it got really loud, and the muffler fell out of the bottom of the housing. It appears as though the welds on the muffler broke loose and let go. I have ordered a replacement from an online retailer, but has been on backorder for 2+ months. I did not pursue with HD.
Date published: 2013-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH SNOW TO TRY IT OUT BUT......... Because I finally broke down and bought a snow blower I am personally responsible for the lack of siginificant snowfall in Philadlphia this winter!! But seriously, I have the same complaint as most other buyers of this snow blower. When I opened the box there was oil all over the outside of the snowblower. Apparantly the manufacturer is unable to tightly screw on the oil fill cap. Other than that assembly was very easy. It fired up on the very first try. I only had one 2" snowfall to try it out, and it worked very well.I need a more significant snowfall to really see how well it works. I'll add more to this review when we get more snow.
Date published: 2012-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Powerful and easy to use. Starts on the first or second pull. Easy assembly; out of the box ready to use in 20 min. Really like that you don't have to use a gas/oil mix.
Date published: 2010-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from poulan snowblower Greater power than the more expensive models. Ease of use and you can't beat free shipping.
Date published: 2010-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very poor design, quality The second time I used this machine a small chunk of ice shattered the discharge chute. After about 8 - 10 hours of use the rubber auger needed replacement. While replacing the blade I found that the gas cap does not seal completely so that when the machine is tipped backwards, the gas runs out of the filler. There are no adjustable or replaceable skids so when the housing wears down, you will have to replace the entire unit. I found the directional stability to be poor and the engine very loud when under load. I have owned four prior snow blowers and this is by far the worst unit in terms of performance and durability. Pay a few dollers more and get a a better product!
Date published: 2014-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First & last thrower I'll ever need This is the first snowblower I've ever purchased. Borrowed the neighbors, previously. This new one throws farther, throws faster and with more ease than anyone else's on my block. Easy to put together. Easy to start and very easy to use. Can't wait for the next big storm. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2013-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good snow blower for the money I recently purchased this snow blower and was very impressed with the way it operates. The 21 inch clearing width makes things go a lot quicker than smaller units. It seems to have plenty of power and starts on the first pull. It was a good value for the money.
Date published: 2012-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from PR621- Unbiased review from a non low intellect.. Excellent product with 3x more power than 2-cycle. First I will start by reminding people that this is a 4 cycle. It IS going to run different. 2nd... Lower RPMS do not = running bad...All of a 4cycles power is in the low end which is one area the motor in this thrower excells in. And last but certainly not least...... 4cycles run on non mix.... the same gas you use in your car. Dont make the mistake of using mix or it will run bad the first minute if at all, foul the plug and turn a 15 minute job into a two hour repair. Despite a couple of debateable bad reviews, I couldnt pass this unit up for under the cost of competitors 2cycles at menards, for the oppertunity to put a 4cycle winter device to the test. So... I decided to beat on it hard out of the gate. I put it together cold...topped off the oil (it came from factory with the exact amount required to fill a dry motor) and rolled it outside. I started it cold meaning I had it in the trunk of the car all day at under 32 degrees, (it started after 4 pulls) and then let it idle for just about 1 minute. I started with a couple passes down my asphalt driveway in 1" snow..... obviously no problem. After about 10 minutes I cut into 5-6" medium weight packable snow on my apron (asphalt) and I wasn't surprised at the unrelenting low end power/torque (afterall, this is the same 208cc Husqvarna engine they use to power several of their larger 2 stage self propelled throwers). I heard little to no drop in rpms and this thing threw the snow about 15-20 feet. I wasn't done pushing it yet....I like to clear the street where my kids park their cars so I'm not rushing to dig them out before theyre late for work after the plows bank them in...... this is where I hit 9" wet dense packing snow with a small amount of slush at the bottom...... I could not stall this unit not even once. It took a full width bite at a 9" height and threw it 10-15' easy.......the thrower tended to skate uowards leaving an inch or less for me to come back and take a second pass untill i started tipping it downwards a little more to keep the bite on the ground. I will do circles around the more expensive two strokes, hands down.....and never have to wait for the rpms to build up before taking the next bite.....because they don't drop and you don't have to stop pushing because of bog down. One continuous forward push until you're out of snow, gas....or realestate. I will l be keeping this unit in a heated garage that maitains 45degrees or higher. I don't anticipate 4 pull starts being the norm when running on (THIS YEAR'S) gas and with proper maintenance. Pros- Consistent low end torque. Great accuracy with directional throwing control. Low weight spring, hand controlled blade clutch.... nice for safe idling and easier start. Very Very easy assembly requiring only an adjustable wrench and channel locks or standard pliers at the very least. Lastly.....Easy start. CONS- I don't like having to shift the snow chute anyway, making the short handle just a bit more irritating to me when i have to use it..... However, minding the wind direction and throwing snow down the driveway towards the street every pass helps alleviate, making this very easy to deal with. Second con- For the lazy folks, who like to drive over the snow several times before cleaning, this unit's blades are not going to chew through hard packed snow much less ice like the old beater bars on the toros used to. To that i say...salt it up and come back with a shovel later. Last con (or difference from 2 stroke)- Just like your car, this one requires a regular maintenance including oil changes. Overall.....I found myself having a hard time finding a complaint about this, .......the biggest con is menards didn't have the electric starting version. I may look to see if I can get that as an aftermarket bolt-on with my spouse in mind......if she ever feels the urge to do the driveway.
Date published: 2013-12-23
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