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Toro 12 in. Power Shovel Electric Snow Blower
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Toro

12 in. Power Shovel Electric Snow Blower

  • 7.5 Amp motor with 12 in. clearing width
  • Lightweight at only 13 lbs.
  • Telescoping handle for multiple operators
$99.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Toro Electric Power shovel snow blower delivers a 12 in. snow clearance, making this an ideal choice for sidewalks, steps, decks and small driveways. This powerful blower moves up to 300 lb. of snow per minute and blows snow up to 20 ft. away, helping you quickly and easily clear an area. The blower's telescoping handle alters the handle height to fit the user and its adjustable handle controls are easy to use. The blower is rust-resistant for long-lasting use.

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  • Series wound 75 Amp engine delivers powerful snow blowing
  • 12 in. clearance width makes this blower ideal for sidewalks, steps, decks and small driveways
  • 6 in. auger saves you effort
  • Electric operation is convenient and requires no gas
  • Moves up to 300 lb. of snow per minute for fast snow clearing
  • Blow distance of up to 20 ft., helping you effectively remove snow
  • Efficiently clears snow up to 6 in. D
  • Electric start for simple ignition
  • Cord lock for safety
  • Telescoping handle adjusts the handle height to fit the user
  • Adjustable handle controls are easy to use
  • Rust resistant for long-term use
  • Compact design conserves valuable storage space
  • Extension cord not included



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Snow Equipment Product Type Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower
Clearing Width (In.) 12 in 12 in 13 16
Clearing Surface Type Paved Paved Gravel/ Paved Paved
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Customer Questions & Answers

How smooth does the surface have to be under the snow?

We have old natural stone sidewalks and a brick pathway that are both pretty uneven. Would this usable on those surfaces or does it have to be perfectly smooth.
Asked by: BJK
Typical sidewalk and driveway will do. Will be hard if there's a frozen layer of ice from previous snow.
Answered by: A2Mom
Date published: 2017-01-04

Where do I put the key

Asked by: nick
There is no key
Answered by: Petman
Date published: 2017-01-10

how long do i have if i have to return it to store

got it 12/14/12 no snow yet cant find how long i have to return it if it doesnt work good
Asked by: Anonymous
You have 90 days to return it to the store.
Answered by: JPPS
Date published: 2015-09-17

does it come wit a warranty?

Asked by: Belle
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item features a 2-year manufacturer's warranty. For more information regarding the warranty, please see the warranty document on the Info & Guides section of the product information page on our website. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDCustomerSupport
Date published: 2015-11-05

use of snow shovel on roof dig in and damage?

i need to get snow off roof ice damns appearing,shovel works but ineed to bow off will snow shovel dig in
Asked by: Anonymous
The Toro Company discourages using any of our snow or other products on rooftops. This is extremely dangerous to the operator and could result in damage to the roof or your Toro product.
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2015-09-17

Can the electric power shovel snow blower be used on composite decking? (will it damage the deck?)

Asked by: Brogs
I would try a small section first and then inspect it. If you have a ceiling over your deck the blower will plaster it with snow as it blows snow up and forward.
Answered by: Bud
Date published: 2017-01-09

Piece to direct snow?

Can you purchase a piece to help direct the snow- Like a partial chute? I dont want the snow shooting straight to my neighbor's property/driveway. (I live in a row/linked home)
Asked by: Becky
I don't know if you can by a directional chute from Toro. You can angle the blower to direct the snow slightly left or right as you push it along. But be advised with dry snow this unit blows snow like you can't believe forward and up.
Answered by: Bud
Date published: 2017-01-04

Do they have this in gas instead of electric?

Asked by: Axel
No just electric
Answered by: Sweetp
Date published: 2016-02-16
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Customer Reviews

12 in. Power Shovel Electric Snow Blower is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 677.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This tool does what it is designed to do: move snow. It's only good in it's range (up to 8 inches... This tool does what it is designed to do: move snow. It's only good in it's range (up to 8 inches); otherwise you have to lift it, which is a little difficult. But for small to medium storms, on smooth surfaces, it gets things done. On Consume Reports, it's rated low because, for one thing, it gets lousy grades for not being able to mofe the snow of a snow plow pile (as at the end of your driveway. But anyone who looks at this tool and thinks, "I can clear the end of the driveway after the plow goes by!" is delusional. It is not designed and built to do that. Use it clear your deck, walkway,, maybe a small parking pad, and it is fine.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There really wasn't much to assemble, adjust the handle and plug it in. Obviously, it depends on ... There really wasn't much to assemble, adjust the handle and plug it in. Obviously, it depends on the snow, but I was able to remove 6-8 inches just fine of fluffy snow. This shovel is a great tool for the money. Considering the cost of some snow shovels, this does the work for you and it is pretty inexpensive. Something that would improve this item, some kind of directional fins that could blow the snow right or left instead of straight forward. I get by with the straight forward by tilting the device right or left and then going forward, but that cuts down some of the width. All in all, I really like this tool.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for 3-4 in. of fresh snow Love this tool for fresh snowfalls - not so great for compacted snow and not for ice at all. Using it is akin to wielding an old heavy Hoover upright vacuum, with the added effort of picking it up frequently & pointing it in the right direction so you don't throw snow onto areas you already cleared, or into windows or walls of your house or your neighbors house or against the wind (unless you like personal snow showers!) So it's still a 2-hand job (most of the time) but if you hit it early enough it does most of the work and you'll finish without being exhausted. :-) Well worth ~$100 I paid for it.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised. Happy with purchase, as a 68 yr. old man it certainly beats shoveling. Works as advertised. Happy with purchase, as a 68 yr. old man it certainly beats shoveling.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lite weight compared to other shovels...easier to use, no struggle. Lite weight compared to other shovels...easier to use, no struggle.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this for my wife to use on our long brick walk while I used the snow blower on our drive... I bought this for my wife to use on our long brick walk while I used the snow blower on our driveway. We finally had enough of a snowfall to use this product, and since I'm on a business trip, she sent me a photo of the driveway, cleared with little 12" paths. Not our normal way to clear snow, but the tool does its job.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I finally burned out my last Toro power shovel last season after 6 years of service & replaced i... I finally burned out my last Toro power shovel last season after 6 years of service & replaced it with the same model. I used it thru snowfalls up to 2 feet+, using it like a shovel to get to the bottom layers & it worked like a charm! It will throw wet layers of snow up to 30'! My wife got me a larger Sno Joe last year & it kept clogging the chute. The only time the Toro clogged & stopped was when a chunk of ice or debris jammed the rotary scoup, easily removed & I kept working. I would & have recommended people buy this!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I've only used this item once so far. Unfortunately it was 5" of heavy wet snow so the shovel onl... I've only used this item once so far. Unfortunately it was 5" of heavy wet snow so the shovel only did a so-so job. It did still throw the snow and never stopped or cut out. The snow was so dense that about half the snow was moved by pushing it versus throwing it. It was a lot of work. In this case, I would say it was a coin toss as to whether this was less work than shoveling by hand but it's not really meant to be used for this so I'll give it another go when the snow isn't so daunting. Also note, this blower only blows forward; you cannot change the direction. Even with the slightest breeze I had to move the snow in the direction of the wind or it would blow back and you have to try not to run over the cord while doing it. To avoid the blow back, you have to push the snow in a continuous line then pull it back to the start position to do the next line of snow. When I did that, it would drag snow with it unless I lifted it and the cord would also drag snow. Well that was exhausting. I started pushing it like a vacuum cleaner because it was easier than going all the way across then pulling it back to the starting point. So standing in one spot and pushing it in several directions then moving forward (ala vacuum cleaner style) worked pretty well. Need the right tool for the job and our first snow called for a different tool. Overall I think it's a good product for small areas but it was not enough for me. I have a short 2 car driveway so I thought it could work. I am going to keep it for light duty snow. If it snows a lot I'm going to hire someone!
Date published: 2016-12-27
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