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Power Clear 21 in. 60-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Electric Snow Blower - Battery and Charger Not Included

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This bare tool snow blower is compatible with Toro Flex-Force 60V batteries (sold separately). Save money by sharing batteries across multiple tools. With the Toro 21 in. Power Clear 60V Max Battery Snow Blower, you can clear a large area lightning-fast. Not only will it keep even the deepest snow flowing and throw it farther, it's also ready whenever you are, as it starts the first time, every time. The blower is ideal for concrete and asphalt surfaces and can clear an area of 9- to 18-parked-car driveway on average, with 2 - 9 in. of snow at a time. Plus, enjoy performance year-round with more products in the Flex-Force battery line, from blowers and string trimmers to mowers and more. And you can rest easy knowing that Toro stands behind this product with a full warranty, not just limited coverage. Count on it. (Battery Not Included)
  • Choose your battery power; not included and sold separately, L405 battery (60 Volt MAX, 7.5 Amp-Hour, L405 Watt-Hours) is available and compatible with all 60V Flex-Force Power System tools. With 405 Watt-hours, it can clear up to a 12-parked-car driveway on a single charge. Or use the L324 battery (60 volt MAX 6.0 Amp-Hour, L324 Watt-Hours) to clear an area up to 9 parked cars; and you'll get the most of your battery life with ECO Mode
  • Snowdrift strength; all the power to break through heavy, wet snow and throw it up to 40 ft.
  • Crush Snow to the Curb. Rip through tough snow with the durable design of Toro's patent-pending all-steel Power Edge auger
  • Extended life. enjoy more power, longer runtime and longer life from a brushless DC Motor
  • Quick-turn chute with glove ready grip; aim exactly where you want to throw snow, from behind the machine, with the quick-turn chute lever and comfort glove grip
  • Put snow where you want it; with a touch of the hand, the locking deflector lets you aim exactly where you want to throw snow from the chute
  • Right fit for you; ideal for clearing a driveway that can hold up to 12 cars on a single, full charge in 2 - 9 in. of snow at a time
  • Starts the first time, every time; reliable starting and low maintenance with battery power. Flex-Force 60V batteries have intelligent software to maximize run time and power
  • Night vision; have a brighter and broader view with the panoramic LED lighting
  • We've got you covered; Toro stands behind this product with a full warranty, not just limited coverage; 2-year full warranty on snow blower
  • All-season power; more products in the flex-force battery line, from mowers to string trimmers to leaf blowers
  • More Power. More Runtime. Longer Life. 3-phase brushless motor with RunSmart® onboard optimizes for peak performance in the toughest conditions, giving you more power, runtime, and extended tool life
  • Part of the 60V Flex-Force Power System®, with an interchangeable battery that works with a full line of unbeatable battery-powered yard tools
  • 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 - March 2020
  • Battery manufacturer rating = 60V maximum and 54V typical usage; actual voltage varies with load






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Ratings
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Clearing Width (In.)12 in21 in2121 in
Clearing Surface TypePavedPavedPavedPaved
FeaturesAdjustable Handle Height,Brushless MotorAdjustable Handle Height,Brushless Motor,Chute Control,HeadlightBrushless Motor,Chute Control,Electric Start,Headlight,Variable SpeedAuger Assisted,Brushless Motor,Chute Control,Headlight,Variable Speed
TractionWheel DriveWheel DriveWheel DriveTrack Drive
RefurbishedNoNoNoNo
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)610812
Intake Height (in.)6121312
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)25403530
Engine MakeToro EngineToro EngineRyobi EngineOEM Branded Engine
Battery Amp Hours2.57.55.05.0
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
53 in
Assembled Height (in.)
42 in
Assembled Width (in.)
21 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
7
Clearing Width (In.)
21 in
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
10
Intake Height (in.)
12
Tire Height (in.)
7
Tire Width (in.)
2

Details

Amperage (amps)
0 A
Assembly Required
Yes
Auger Material
Steel
Battery Amp Hours
7.5
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Run Time (min.)
45
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Body Material
Plastic
Charge Time (hours)
3
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Chute Material
Plastic
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
200
Clearing Surface Type
Paved
Engine Make
Toro Engine
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
Adjustable Handle Height,Brushless Motor,Chute Control,Headlight
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
40
Number of Batteries Required
1
Number of Forward Speeds
2
Number of Reverse Speeds
0
Number of Total Batteries Included
0
Pitch Control
Manual
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
1500
Power Type
Cordless
Product Weight (lb.)
46 lb
Recommended Terrain
Flat,Sloped,With Obstacles
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Snow Equipment Product Type
Cordless Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Electric
Traction
Wheel Drive
Type of Snow
Fluffy,Heavy,Light,Wet
Voltage (v)
60v

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Full

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 92% recommend this product
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I was blown away with the performance
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Toro 60V snow blower is very powerful, before I ordered I was not sure if this perform same as other gas snow blowers.....but it did a phenomenal job for Chicago winter snow. This machine is not a self propelled one but not heavy to push. Battery life is good, after 30 mins of usage and getting the job done still 1-2 points of battery is left out of 4 points.
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Easy out of the box use. Great battery life and really throws the snow. Wet snow or frozen snow w...
Easy out of the box use. Great battery life and really throws the snow. Wet snow or frozen snow went easily through single stage blower. Silver quiet also.
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Overall it’s a great purchase!
The TORO 60 volt snowblower was very easy to put together. Charged the battery. And it was ready to use, bought it right before our area of Indiana got a lot of snow for a change. Very happy with how it moved the snow off the driveway and sidewalks. I used it on several neighbors driveways and sidewalks. They were also very impressed with it. Several said they are going to get one like it. I would highly recommend this product! Very easy to use my wife used it one afternoon before I got home from work so that the driveway and sidewalks were done for me! Bought it February 13, 2021 The LED light is very bright and makes it very easy to see when I used it early in the morning before I leave for work. The only thing I didn’t care for was it catches on the slightest edge on the driveway and sidewalks. Not a big deal you just lift up a little bit and keep going. Keep making it’s a good snowblower!!
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    Very Powerful, dependable, and Gets the Job Done.
    Just got my Toro Battery powered snow blower about 15 days ago and probably the best investment I’ve made so far in 2021. Chicago just had several snow storms ranging from 6 inches to over a foot, on multiple days. The power clear had no problems and removed the snow without any issues. My driveway holds about 12-13 cars and I was able to remove all the snow in less than 1 hour each time. The battery is dependable and lasts well over 1 hour. Highly recommend this product!
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      Powerful
      My new Toro 60v snow blower passed the ultimate test...the heavy snow pile left on driveway apron by city snow plow. While it takes a little effort to push through this heavy mess (not self-powered), it threw the snow a surprising distance without complaint. I have a large driveway (see photo) and the 7.5 AH battery can complete the whole area (1/2 battery for light snow, full battery heavy snow). Only complaint is that the scraper does not clean the path completely like my old Toro Snow Commander w/ rubber impeller blades. Very happy w/ the purchase and my wife loves not smelling like 2-cycle exhaust!
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        Good single stage snow blower
        It’s not going to move a foot of snow but if you have a small driveway and get a few inches of snow at a time this little gem will do the job on one charge. Just remember to charge early
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        One pass, No gas!
        I bought the 39901 this morning with snow and wind on the way. My dealer didn’t have one in his store yesterday, but searched other dealers, found one, and had it for me today...that level of customer service is one of the best reasons to shop locally in Pella. I ended up with some 7”-8” drifts of wet, heavy snow plus the city’s gift at the end of the driveway. I’m a 70 year old woman and was able to clean my 40’ double driveway in less than 1/2 hour. It cleaned all the way to the concrete! I couldn’t be happier!
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          Cleared snow well, but battery may not be up to claimed clearing capacity. 4-5" of avg snow and ...
          Cleared snow well, but battery may not be up to claimed clearing capacity. 4-5" of avg snow and mine quit after about 8 car spaces worth. That included some time cleaning edges and a walkway. On eco mode it lasted longer, but then quality/quantity of snow removed is then limited. Does a great job for quick clearing tasks (<3") all the way to ground, but scraper was always getting caught on everly little irregularity. One of biggest drawbacks was wheels which accumulated snowpack easily and then would not rotate properly (mainly when temp is close to freezing / 'snowman making snow'). Great to have metal auger, but everything else is plastic and cheap feeling; makes you question $/value compared to projected lifespan. Great to pair with a dedicated 2 stage for heavy snow, but likely not enough on own for full time clearing tasks. ...oh, and charger is LOUD; be ready to put someplace you won't be bothered by internal fans. Side complaint. When I got mine it looked like it had been out in rain for a while it was covered in dirty rain splash marks and even charger box and battery were wet. Appeared new, but floor model that was not stored properly. Ended up returning, mainly due to questionable condition received and fact endurance rating wasn't living up to spec.
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          11 people found this helpful
          Snow sticks to tires - too hard to push
          I had to STOP OFTEN to knock the snow off the tires before I could continue forward... It was a few inches of heavy snow and the machine didn't perform well in the Eco mode but did ok in the higher speed. I do love the ease of starting but have only experienced heavier snow - It is a good fit for my abilities except the sticking snow on the tires. I'm not sure if I am keeping it.
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          Response from ToroJan 26, 2021
          Thank you for leaving a review. We are sorry to hear you constantly had to stop and remove snow from your tires. Please refer to page 14 for some helpful tips. Please visit toro.com if you may need further assistance. Toro
            9 people found this helpful
            Exceeded expectations for a Battery Snow Blower
            It has been over 20 years since I owned a gas powered snow blower and decided to buy this Toro21" Power Clear® e21 60V* (7.5 ah) Battery Snow Blower. Other then maneuvering it out of my Garage this snow blower has exceeded my expectation for clearing wet snow. So far it has only been 2-3 inches but it has cleared my sidewalk and recently my driveway with plenty of battery power left.
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              First Snow Blower, wanted electric, Toro
              I bought this on New Year's Eve, having reviewed all electric battery powered snow blowers and Toro came out on top, needed it for the ice and snow storm that arrived on New Year's Day in the Kansas City area. Easy to assemble, did the job of clearing the driveway and sidewalks at our corner lot, even with a layer of ice at the bottom with 3"-4" of sticky snow, all in one charge.
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                I actually have not used it. I charged the battery, ran it into some crusty ice crap, and decided...
                I actually have not used it. I charged the battery, ran it into some crusty ice crap, and decided to wait for actual snow to test it out. We never got enough to warrant using it. You're welcome.
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                3 people found this helpful
                I purchases this because I am sick and tired of small engines -- their starting, maintenance, and...
                I purchases this because I am sick and tired of small engines -- their starting, maintenance, and consumables. However, I don't really want to try to snow blow with cords. I did a lot of research and this seems to be generally agree to be the best cordless snow blower on the market. I is very light and maneuverable, especially compared to my old 2-stage gas blower. It is so simple to operate. It starts up simple and it is easy to switch the direction of chute. I guess it could be a bit out of reach if you are on the shorter side. I have only had one opportunity to use this since I got it. It was about 4-5 inches of snow -- fairly wet. It got through this great. It did go down to concrete with the scraper. Not even close to a clog. You want to play with the up/down angle on the chute. Higher will give you potentially more distance, but a greater chance of getting caught in the wind and being sent back to slap you in the face. I have a three car wide driveway and about 2+ cards deep. I live on a corner lot with sidewalks on all sides. I got through this snow and had about 1 bar left on the 7.5 AH battery. I am a little worried that I could run out in a bigger accumulation. However, I could do it is phases. Also, since I am now bought-in to the toro 60v line, I may pickup the string trimmer or blower and give them a shot. If I buy, at least, one of of those with the battery, I will get a little bit extra for winter. One other tip: I do like to spray down the auger and chute with silicone spray to help reduce the chance of clogs. In the picture below, the snow has melted of quite a bit because we had some rain the following day.
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                  28 people found this helpful
                  Battery died in 20 mins
                  6in of heavy snow. 75 ft driveway. Batt died 20 mins in. Supposed to be 7.5ah, not even close. Very disappointing. Buyer beware.
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                    25 people found this helpful
                    Purchased just before MN's Thanksgiving snowstorm, this battery-powered snowblower exceeded our e...
                    Purchased just before MN's Thanksgiving snowstorm, this battery-powered snowblower exceeded our expectations, slowly but surely working through 16"+ of heavy snow (not the ideal conditions it was intended for!). In the following week with 2 lighter rounds of several inches of snow each, it made short work of cleaning things up. Couldn't be happier and highly recommend! Just recharge the battery after use so it's ready for the next round. We were able to clear the sidewalks on our corner lot plus the apron of our driveway off the shared alley on one charge.
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                    Broke in first week
                    Broke in first week
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                    Response from ToroJan 22, 2020
                    Hello Joe. What broke? You do have a two year warranty to protect you of manufacturing defects. We’d love more information on your experience so we can better serve you and resolve the matter. Kindly contact us at 1-888-384-9939. Toro
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                    Light and Fast
                    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The product exceeded my expectations. With light snow I was able to plow through 10" of snow with much speed. Still need to test it with heavy snow, but was not expecting to being able to fill the entire front of snow and not slow down. I've done 200 ft of sidewalk in just 5 minutes (a pass there and back). This is great!
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                      I had a single stage, not national brand, snow blower years ago, and this one has much superior c...
                      I had a single stage, not national brand, snow blower years ago, and this one has much superior components. The other was had a gas motor, and that together with cheap meant it didn't start when it was cold outside, despite its 'electric starter.' This one is able to put that concern aside owing to improved battery technology, allowing a cord free powerful electric motor.. The battery is heavy, as expected, and its charger has an ordinary two pronged polarized plug on a seven foot cord. The charger is fitted with screw holes on the back so you can hang it on a wall near an outlet and the snow blower. It took just over three hours to fully charge, and it hummed as it charged but stopped when fully charged. There are lights on the charger indicating phase of charging, and indicators on the battery tell you its state of charge.
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                      Toro - Because winter is coming! We live in upstate PA and the winters can get brutal. We have ...
                      Toro - Because winter is coming! We live in upstate PA and the winters can get brutal. We have a lot of driveway to clear and over the years have gone from a big heavy snow blower to a plow. While the plow makes keeping the bulk of the driveway clear, its not much good for smaller areas and sidewalks around the house. And that is why we decided to pick up the Toro Power Clear. The first impression when unpacking the snow blower was how light it is. I could actually lift it straight out of the box. There is not much to assemble - you simply unfold the handle and attach a couple of knobs to keep everything in place - and you need to clip on a snow deflector. The 60 volt 7.5 amp hour battery pack looks something akin to an energy pack that might power a spacecraft and it drops into a dedicated compartment in the snowblower. The charger has the option of being wall mounted which I found convenient and it seems to charge the battery very quickly - a couple of hours. The sides of the snowblower are steel to aid in "cutting" a path through the snow. The rotor is also steel. The bottom edge that contacts the driveway is plastic and is a replaceable wear item - smart thinking. While I haven't had the opportunity to use this in deep snow yet, I am confident that it will perform to my expectations based on my experience with other Toro products I have used. My parents had the electric snow shovel and it was quite impressive to use as welll, This snow blower is part of the Toro Flex-Force Power System line of products. I am really impressed with the convenience and light weight of this snow blower, I can see myself replacing othe yard equipment with Toro Flex-Force Systems products.
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                      I own two other cordless electric snow blowers and two gas powered snow blowers. The Toro Power C...
                      I own two other cordless electric snow blowers and two gas powered snow blowers. The Toro Power Clear is by far the one I will go to when I need to clear a client's driveway. We just had our first snowfall in Illinois today but expect more tomorrow. I could not use the Toro today because the snow was too heavy for any snow blower let alone electric. The Toro has bright lights, a solid feel, safety handle similar to a lawn mower, and an easy start.
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                      I know, you're reluctant to go with battery operated lawn/home equipment. You got a thing or two...
                      I know, you're reluctant to go with battery operated lawn/home equipment. You got a thing or two years ago and they didn't have anywhere near enough power, nor did the batteries last long enough to do the job properly. Well, my friend, you're living in a new day and age now. And you know a powerhouse like TORO isn't going to put their name on any product that comes up short on gusto. This full sized, 21 inch blower boasts a 60 (SIXTY!) volt lithium-ion battery that will delivery all the power you need for as long as the average homeowner needs it. So rest assured, it has the juice to power it along just fine. Next we'll look at the blower itself. This bad boy will be your new best winter friend because it looks and is built just like a conventional snow blower. It even has metal blades (first battery machine I've seen that goes to that quality)! You hold the safety lever, hit the start button and it's ready to eat up the snow on your covered driveways and sidewalks as soon as you are. Now... think about this: You don't have to keep gas and oil around and handy in the winter. You don't have to warm it up when (IF!) it starts like your old fashioned gasoline snow blower. It's virtually maintanance free! It runs powerfully, yet quietly. It even has a BRIGHT set of lights! Are ya kidding me?! This TORO snow blower is a dream! We're living in a great age of powerful batteries, believe me. These new machines are on par with their gas powered cousins - and they are SO much easier on the homeowner to use and keep going. The only assembly is snapping on the directional cone tip... a 3 minute job. When not needed the entire unit folds up to the size of a big microwave oven to preserve space in your garage or shed. And you can pick this baby UP to move it, if you so desire... think about that for a minute. Just amazing!
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                      14 people found this helpful
                      This is a nice lightweight yet feels like a powerful machine. My husband assembled it with no pro...
                      This is a nice lightweight yet feels like a powerful machine. My husband assembled it with no problem and I was able to start this quite easily without even looking at the owner's manual.  We haven't gotten to use it on snow yet and actually hope that we don't get that chance but living in Illinois has taught me that the snow will fall and it's just a matter of how much will fall at one time.  We normally get snow often through the winter, sometimes only an inch or two but it still needs to be removed for safety.  This unit is lightweight enough and so easy to start and manuver that it will be a breeze to clear the light snows and from the feel of this and the description from the manufacturer, it will handle some pretty big snows.
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                      Amazing!!! A snowblower that doesn't need gas or an electric cord!!! Just take it out of the box...
                      Amazing!!! A snowblower that doesn't need gas or an electric cord!!! Just take it out of the box, read some simple instructions and charge the battery. This snow blower is ready to go. I have upgraded most of my lawn equipment to battery powered and this one fits the bill. I do plan to purchase an extra battery to keep as a back up just in case. All I need is one of our Michigan snowstorms to see how this Toro performs. I never thought I'd be hoping for a snow storm, but I am!
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                      I decided on the Toro Power Clear 21 in. 60-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Electric Snow Bl...
                      I decided on the Toro Power Clear 21 in. 60-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Electric Snow Blower with 7.5 Ah Battery/Charger after some research because in the past year I moved to the foothills of Colorado. I was in desperate need to upgrade my many years old snow blower. The Toro Snow Blower arrived in a couple of days. As I unpacked the box looking for the battery and charger so I could get the battery charging. I noticed that the set-up of the snow blower looked to be quite easy. The snow blower was about 95% assembled. I just had to fold out the handle and tighten the screws. Put on the Chute Deflector and the rod to control the Chute Deflector and she was ready to go. The battery took several hours to charge. It is quite the battery, a 60-Volt. The charger was a bit noisy with the fan running. The Battery charger has 4 indicators to let you know the progress of the charge. Number 1 is that the battery pack is charging, Number 2 is the percentage of the charge and Numbers 3 and 4 indicate a problem. When Number 2 had 100% the battery was charged and the fan went off. I like that, some chargers keep running and you have to look to see if the battery is fully charged. As I was looking the Toro Snow Blower over I noticed it has panoramic LED lights, I can have night vision. With it getting dark so early in the winter that’s a great plus. There is a Run Smart Speed Control, it is for maximum battery life. Well we got 13.5 inches of snow in Colorado last night. I got up this morning, grabbed the Battery for the Toro Snow Blower and went out to the garage. The Battery slipped right in, I pulled back the bail, pushed the start button and the Snow Blower started right up. Quite impressive. I wheeled it out of the garage, grabbed the handle for the Chute Deflector and turned it in the direction I wanted the snow to go and took off. It clears the snow right down to the asphalt and throws it a good 30 feet. I have a rather large driveway and it took me a little over 45 minutes to clear it. The battery was still as strong as when I started. I am completely satisfied and so glad I choose the Toro Power Clear 21 in. 60-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Electric Snow Blower. Best decision I’ve made so far. I highly recommend it!
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                      In years past I have used a corded electric model snow blower. The cord was always in the way. ...
                      In years past I have used a corded electric model snow blower. The cord was always in the way. That won’t be a problem with this one as it’s completely cord free. The 60 volt battery should last plenty long to clean my driveway, plus a steep section of a hill in front of my house. It also doesn’t require messing around with gas and oil. The auger is made out of metal, which is increasingly rare on electric models. Assembly only required attaching the handle and charging the batter. I have never been more eager for that first snowfall than I am after receiving this snow blower.
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                      No fuel, no spill, no fumes, no starting yank! Improved electric systems do our heavy chores bett...
                      No fuel, no spill, no fumes, no starting yank! Improved electric systems do our heavy chores better. Up here in Maine, we know snow. I have a heavy gas snow-blow for deep mid-season snow. But we also have a lot of "nuisance" snow (doesn't go over the boot-top) and we like to clear that. In more moderate climates deep snow is rare. This blower is very light and easy to handle. I can pick it up with one hand! (It is a strain with the battery in, but I can hardly lift one end of my other sno-blow.) Rolls super easy (is not self-propelled). May turn out to be ideal for the deck and porch where the big machine can't go! Since the body and chute are all plastic, it should be safe to use right up to cars. Very quiet!! Do not need my ear-protectors for noise. (Still want them to keep my ears warm.) Machine folds up easy. And because no gas/oil, it can be tipped-up for compact storage between storms. Or to clear jams or replace the scraper. Very easy to start. Hold the safety lever and press a "start" (second safety) button for 1 second. The "start" button comes off so your kids can't play with the machine. Headlight comes on with the lever and stays on for 3 seconds after you let go. Headlight is w-i-d-e: the one light on my other machine is obstructed by the chute, this throws light all over, no chute-shadow. Technically this is a "single stage" blower. More elaborate machines have slow augers to gather and pack the snow and a fast impeller to throw it. But single-stage machine design has improved a lot since my first one, and this looks good for most snow. Tips: the battery ships near-empty, you may have to charge some just to try the machine. The charge-check button always shows 4 lights for a second, then drops down to actual charge. The battery goes in the machine easy but it must catch on the latch to make the connection. The battery takes a lot of charge, several hours to fill from flat. They tell you to use a tool to clear snow-jams but no tool is supplied. This seems to me like a basic low-cost safety feature.
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                      This Toro Power Clear 21-inch 60-Volt cordless electric snow blower came in the box mostly assemb...
                      This Toro Power Clear 21-inch 60-Volt cordless electric snow blower came in the box mostly assembled. Upon lifting the snow blower out of the box, I only had to straighten and tighten the folding handle, install the clip on chute and insert the chute directional bar. The snow blower also came with a 60-volt lithium-ion battery and charger. It is nicely designed with headlights and easily folds away taking very little storage space. It looks like it will handle a medium snowfall. Just waiting for the snow to try it out!
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                      Hasn't snowed yet but I can't wait to use it....
                      Hasn't snowed yet but I can't wait to use it. It's lightweight, quiet, got great reviews, and won't smell engine exhaust as I have for years using a snow blower with engine. We are getting an electric Toro lawnmower next spring and the batteries for the lawnblower use the same batteries as the snow blower. Yay!
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                        We ordered this machine very excited to tackle the snow...
                        We ordered this machine very excited to tackle the snow but when it was delivered, it was completely dusty, spider webs hanging all off of it and the battery and charger were missing. Very disappointed, we sent it back. We have ordered from The Home Depot many times and to have something that we had high expectations for be delivered this way was very very disappointing. This was a very expensive machine. It should have been delivered in a box with all its parts. Very unprofessional. Not happy at all!
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