Any Doubts About Battery-Powered Snow Blowers Will be Blown Across the Road. Ol' Man Winter is no match for the Toro 60-Volt Power Max E26 2-stage snow blower. Tackle-years of tough jobs with confidence thanks to steel construction in the housing, frame, deflector and chute. We combine Toro toughness with 3 battery ports, this is the toughest, meanest, most powerful battery-powered snow blower on the market that rips through even the biggest dumps. With a 26 in. W clearing width and 20 in. intake height, you'll be back to playing in the snow in no time. The innovative Quick Stick control allows you to quickly and easily change steel chute direction and chute deflector with a single, smooth motion. Convenient 1-hand operation levers allow single-handed operation, freeing the other hand to change speeds or the chute control without stopping. Give your arm muscles a break with self-propelled automatic steering for smooth, tight turning without pulling or strain - no triggers or levers required. Toro's exclusive Anti-Clogging System measures snow intake to reduce clogging and maximize clearing efficiency. Toro uses bolts that are 2x stronger than the competition's shear pins. The blower is also equipped with hardened gears in your auger gearbox - in other words, no shear pins to replace. Ideal for concrete, asphalt and gravel surfaces. And with Toro's 3-year limited warranty, you can rest easy knowing that you're prepared for anything winter has in store.
For questions about service and repair, please reference the Service & Repair document
We put up to 45 cars worth of battery cleaning power where the gas tank used to be, with the 2 included 7.5 Ah batteries, it easily clears up to 30 car spaces in up to 10 in. of snow, with a third battery port on board, the 60-Volt power max e26 snow blower allows you to go even further - up to 45 cars when adding a third 7.5 Ah battery
All that power, all these tools, the Toro Flex-Force power system is all about flexible power - all-year long, summer or winter, commanding a full line of cordless lawn tools - including the power max E24 snow blower - it is a force to be reckoned with, the system features fully interchangeable batteries that work across an entire team of unbeatable 35 plus Flex-Force(r) Toro tools with best-in-class performance, from handhelds all the way up to our biggest, baddest 2-stage snow blowers
Hand warmers - toasty hands come standard on this snow blowing revolution
60-Volt snow blower that blows past everything else, built with long-lasting, heavy-duty steel - just like the rest of the Toro 2-stage snow blower family, it's tough and ready to go, with all of the features you love - trigger less steering, handwarmers, heavy-duty handles, quick stick chute control, hardened gear and auger, anti-clogging system, and more
Power, power, and more power, the Toro power max E26 is the first 2-stage snow blower with 3 battery ports, the power you need, when you need it most
Tackle the cold with ease, work the cold-day or night with LED headlights and hand warmers
Heavy-duty confidence, heavy-duty, steel construction, tackle-years of tough jobs with confidence thanks to steel construction in the housing, frame, deflector and chute, this machine is built to last
Trigger less steering, no triggers to pull or levers to break, a simpler way to effortlessly steer with this self-propelled machine, turn the machine and the wheel intelligently disengages to assist you through the turn
Quiet winter's fury, it may purr like a kitten, but it has the claws to rip through layers of thick snow, don't let the quiet whir fool you - this machine is ready for action
Stay the course, minimizes clogging and routes heavy snow away from chute and back into the auger with Toro's patented anti-clogging system
Double the strength, shear pins are built 2x stronger so no breaking or replacing in the cold, plus hardened gears in the auger gearbox
Zero gas, zero compromises, 60-Volt multi-battery power that's just as powerful as gas
We've got you covered, Toro stands behind this product with a 3-year limited warranty (including a 3-year warranty on the original batteries), and life-time warranty on the impeller housing
Tested and trusted, choose with confidence, knowing millions of people worldwide count on Toro snow blowers
Based on average traqline unit share for snow blower market from 2013 to March 2021
Battery manufacturer rating is equal to 60-Volt maximum and 54-Volt typical usage, actual voltage varies with load
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Toro 60V Flex Force Cordless Outdoor Power System, with over 50 Tools to dominate your yard care needs.
Chute Control,Electric Start,Handle Control Interlock,Headlight,Heated Handles,Self-Propelled,Skid Shoes,Steel Chute,Trigger Steering
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Cordless Electric Snow Blower
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3 Year Limited (Tool) and 3 Year (Battery)
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out of 174 reviews
67%recommend this product
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May 29, 2022
Toro quality, electric convenience.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I replaced a 15+yr old Toro 1128 blower with this unit. I wanted something easier to maintain and cleaner to operate. The downsize was also a consideration as the old one is a beast / difficult to handle sometimes. The 60V Max two stage did not disappoint when we got two late April blizzards. It's maneuverability was very welcome. The ability to throw very wet snow was impressive. For normal amounts of snow this unit is fantastic. For extreme amounts of snow this unit is very capable.
I did have one repeated ice-up issue with the impeller in slushy snow which was a little annoying. Probably need a little silicone spray on the housing around the impeller.
Batteries feel heavy duty and deliver strong power up to 'empty'. Would be nice to have faster charge speeds and lower cost of replacements. A maintenance mode on the charger would also be good as these are going to be seasonally used, so care will be taken this off season to keep them fresh for next winter.
The gas snowblower was the last combustion engine tool to be replaced at my house and I am very satisfied with the replacement.
I would recommend this blower to any Toro fan.
Customer review from Toro.com
Feb 26, 2022
Solid for the typical suburban driveway
Used this on two recent snowstorms, first was about four inches and today was about six inches with about double that at the end each time after the plow came through. Both times the machine did great but as some have commented it took far more battery power than I expected. I have a very average driveway that easily holds six cars and with the two batteries, each was about half spent when I was done. I already have a second set of batteries because I have the mower from the same series, so I am not worried in longer snow events, but it is something to consider if you are in a heavier snow area or have a long driveway. I don't think I would want to do a snowy winter with only the two batteries. Recharging today from half back to full took about two hours.
Feels rock solid and exactly the same as the gas engine version without the issues of the small engine, which was the appeal for me. Just like the mower it is relatively quiet compared to the traditional gas engine version.
The joystick chute control is amazing... any direction and height in seconds... very easy to use and a fantastic feature that gets you back inside faster.
Light seems pointless so I would prefer an off switch to save any bits of power. I have never tried the handwarmers because with heavy insulated gloves it also seems pointless to me. They do have a switch so they don't waste any power.
Setup directions are awful as some have noted here, and I think it would have been faster if I didn't have them and just tried to figure it out on my own. Only issue was auger control cable was too tight at first but that was very easy to adjust. Neither would have been an issue from a dealer or already assembled but I chose to have it shipped direct.
Overall, very happy
1 found this review helpful
Feb 25, 2022
Need the third battery
Performed well, easily throwing snow 20-30', and handled the plow hump at the end of drive. But unit shut off several times probably b/c the battery temp range exceeded. Only half the drive done before 2+hr recharge. Needs 3rd battery (+$350) for big jobs
Jan 29, 2022
Not what I expected as for battery life.
With the 2 batteries that come with the snow blower you can get maybe a bit over a half hour of run time. i dont have such a big driveway and i need to charge the batteries a little over halfway before I can finish. i guess it gives me time to run in and get warm but I'd rather finish the job in 1 pass. ill give 3 stars because the blower itself is great and moves the snow nicely but the battery time is horrible.
Response from ToroMar 1, 2022
Thank you for taking the time to leave your review. We are sorry your battery is not lasting as long as intended your run time depends completely on the snow density, the snow depth, and if there is any ice buildup. Your machine has an ECO mode button that may extend battery life by reducing rotor speed; use ECO mode whenever you are moving light snow, or moving snow a short distance. In your operators manual page 15, it recommends you charge/store the battery pack at 5°C (41°F) to 40°C (104°F) and to use the battery/ machine in the appropriate temperature of -30°C (-22°F) to 49°C (120°F). You may find your operators manual on Toro.com under the parts and manuals tab on Toro.com.
5 found this review helpful
Jan 16, 2022
Has the power, not the battery life.
This machine is very well built for being an electric. Build quality definitely beats the competition. Controls are easy, joystick is a joy to use. Handwarmers work well even through gloves. But…and here’s where it falters, battery life is a problem.
4 found this review helpful
Apr 2, 2022
Yes, Yes, and No
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I live in Marblehead, MA. Every snow is different. Some shallow, some deep. Some dry, some wet. This machine has enough power to throw the wet snow, and it hasn't yet clogged, thank you.
I really like the fact that there's no gasoline and oil involved. You don't "start" it, you turn it on.
We have a circular driveway, which is larger than most, and when we have a substantial snowfall, we run out of battery, even after adding a third battery. In the final snowfall of the season, I did half the driveway in the morning to get us dug out, and the other half in the afternoon after charging the three batteries.
The chargers work well, and the batteries are becoming predictable.
The machine has enough power, but not enough energy in my case.
Finally, the torsion spring that returns the drive clutch is too strong. My hand gets fatigued in holding it down. Eventually I'll find a solution for that.
Would I recommend it? Yes! It's the Tesla of show throwers! But understand its limitations. Depending on your driveway's area, patience may be required.
Customer review from Toro.com
Mar 23, 2022
Very satisfied with the performance so far. At least...
Very satisfied with the performance so far. At least one 6in snow with some higher drifts and had no issues. I would no be concerned about our typical lake effect snow since its a drier snow. More concern for those who have a wetter (10:1 ratio) snow. I think the wetter snow may tend to clog the shoot for throwing. I have a 60x15 driveway and plenty of battery left after clearing. Bonus that it's quick and quiet to use before work at 6am. I look forward to using it more next season!
Mar 18, 2022
The Toro is easy to assemble. I live in the...
The Toro is easy to assemble. I live in the CO mountains and have a very long driveway. For powdery snows 4" or less that we had I was able to use ECO mode and completed the task with the two provided batteries having only the single charge. With the last heavy/wet 12" snow I had to overlap the passes due to snow amount so it took a second charge of the two batteries. Note: this was not done in ECO mode so it could throw the snow further. I am happy I don't have to deal with gas and oil and it is way better than the old shovel. Great product!
Mar 12, 2022
Clears snow, even heavy, wet snow, with ease
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this out of desperation, and I am so glad I did. It easily clears snow (including 8” of heavy, wet snow) from a long driveway.
Customer review from Toro.com
Mar 10, 2022
ew not used yet!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] well the day before it arrived was the last snow we had so follow up next year. maybe one more snow before it’s over. looks great tho thanks