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Power Curve 18 in. 15 Amp Electric Snow Blower

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  • Toro 18 inch Electric Snow Blower; Easy to use
  • Light Weight and Low Maintenance: No Gas, No Oil
  • Chute Control, Adjustable Handle and Easy Storage
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Product Overview

The Toro 1800 Power Curve 18 in. Electric Snow blower is designed to move snow quickly and clean all the way down to patios, decks and driveways while helping to eliminate clogging. The snow blower's locking deflector provides a choice between high, low and in-between snow throwing while its quick turn chute lever helps you direct the snow in all directions. This model features an ergonomically-designed handle for a comfortable grip.
  • Aim snow on the go; quickly and easily change the chute direction without skipping a beat; just squeeze the quick-shoot trigger and slide the grip
  • Power through; you'll make short work of snow with a series-wound 15 Amp motor that delivers powerful snow blowing
  • Aim snow and go; aim exactly where you want to throw snow, from behind the machine, with the quick-turn chute lever
  • 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 sidewalks and walkways, or driveways that can hold up to 2 parked cars and 2 in.-6 in. of snow at a time.
  • We've got you covered; you can rest easy knowing Toro stands behind this product with a 2-year full warranty; count on it
  • Stay plugged in; you'll never accidentally unplug your blower with the cord lock system; (extension cord not included.)
  • Comfort and convenience; reliable performance, easy to start, and maneuvering the blower is a snap with 6 in. tires and an ergonomic handle design
  • More room for what matters; the sleek, compact design means you can easily store it for quick use and have plenty of room for the stuff that really matters
  • Easy transport; moving your blower around has never been easier with a lift handle
  • Lift handle for transportation of the unit
  • Compact design conserves valuable storage space
  • Quick lever lets you aim snow while you're moving
  • Put the snow exactly where you want it with the quick lever and zip deflector
  • Ideal for sidewalks and walkways, driveways that can park up to four cars and 2-6 in. of snow at a time
  • 2-year full warranty
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
36.2 in
Assembled Height (in.)
47 in
Assembled Width (in.)
18 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
7
Clearing Width (In.)
18 in
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
8
Intake Height (in.)
12
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)
150
Tire Height (in.)
6
Tire Width (in.)
1.5

Details

Amperage (amps)
15
Assembly Required
Yes
Auger Material
Plastic
Body Material
Plastic
Chute Material
Plastic
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
180
Clearing Surface Type
Paved
Engine Make
Toro Engine
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
No Additional Features
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
30
Minimum rated extension cord
12 gauge
Number of Forward Speeds
1
Number of Reverse Speeds
1
Pitch Control
Manual
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
700
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
25
Recommended Terrain
Flat,Sloped
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Snow Equipment Product Type
Corded Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Electric
Traction
Wheel Drive
Type of Snow
Fluffy,Light
Voltage (v)
No Voltage

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Yr Full

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
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  • 86%recommend this product
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Well made entry level blower
After watching my neighbor clear his driveway in half an hour with his antique all metal Toro while I shoveled I bought one five years ago and have had no problems at all. While I would love to get a cordless EGO and lose the 75’ cord those cost about $800 while my Toro is paid for. And $800 is a lot of money these days if you are retired. Get a good pair of gloves and a heavy duty extension cord and put down the shovel. Your back and heart will thank you.
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    On my 3rd winter with this beauty and it works wonderfully! I do wish width was larger than 18 i...
    On my 3rd winter with this beauty and it works wonderfully! I do wish width was larger than 18 in. Up until now I had been just using it on the deck and sidewalks, but today was the true test of this little 25 lb. blower. My bf's big gas one wouldn't blow snow. Perhaps a bad belt. And we used this to clear a 100 ft. plus driveway with 5 1/2 in. of fresh snow!!
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      5 found this review helpful
      Failed after 20 hours of total use
      Positive - strong belts and gears Negative - The machine failed after less than 20 hours of total use due to a motor with built in deficiencies. The most vulnerable part of this type of motor is in the transfer of current to the armature via brush holders, brushes, and the commutator. If sparking is present between the brushes and the commutator, then the latter will overheat and fail. In this motor, the brush holder is mounted on thin plastic around a 1.5 mm thickness, which is prone to vibrations, which will promote sparking. The brush holder itself is made out of a thin copper sheet which does not add to its stability. The spring pushing on the brush against the commutator is very weak, which again promotes sparking. The commutator is made out of 1.5 mm thick copper mounted on insulation - CHEAPLY MADE. The warranty on this product is 2 years, and after 2 winter seasons, the commutator on this snow blower exploded and I was 2 months past warranty. Toro was contacted and told me I was out of luck. The replacement motor is not available either, apparently. I strongly recommend not to buy this product.
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        Easy to assemble, easy to use, light weight and does an excellent job ... Perfect for me!!
        Easy to assemble, easy to use, light weight and does an excellent job ... Perfect for me!!
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        3 found this review helpful
        I purchased this 18 in. Power Curve Snow Blower a couple of months ago and, so far, have found i...
        I purchased this 18 in. Power Curve Snow Blower a couple of months ago and, so far, have found it to perform as advertised, and well worth the price. It was easy to assemble (5-10 minutes) and is light enough to carry around the house to the back deck. I found the adjustable shoot to be a little sticky when moving it back and forth, which is my only reason for the 4-star rating instead of 5. (I'm thinking, however, that a shot of dry graphite might alleviate the problem). This blower is certainly not for heavy snow, but it works great whenever I need to clear 2"-4" of light snow off the sidewalk and deck. The power cord gets in the way at times, but it sure beats shoveling! I'm pleased with this machine and feel that it was an overall good purchase.
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        1 found this review helpful
        Nice Little Snow Blower
        Had my first opportunity to use the blower yesterday. It met my expectations and more. Really blew the snow a long ways. I bought an electric blower so I wouldn't have another gasoline engine to keep running, especially one that may only be used a couple of times in a year. It came assembled except for the handle. I can pick it up with one hand, so it should be easy to store on a top shelf out of the way.
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        14 found this review helpful
        Handy in a storm
        I prefer electric appliances because they are always ready to go, need no maintenance and pollute less. In the recent storm I was up and running while our neighbor's gas powered blower was out of service. The Toro handles moderate size storms with ease. I can't tell you the exact break point but it cuts through 6-10 inches with ease. When the snow gets near the top end of the range you may have to hit the bank twice to clear the snow. In this service your biceps will be tired after plowing and uphill is definitely more work (but far better than shoveling). When the banks get much higher you will have to use a shovel to knock them down and then the Toro will throw them out of the way.
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        40 found this review helpful
        Life Saver
        Two women, full time jobs, involved in the community and more. Then we have SNOW! Who has the time or energy to work hard shoveling...we don't! So we decided to by a snow blower this year and this product was well worth it. Instead of having to take shift and take an entire hour out of our morning, I can get the sidewalk and driveway done in 15 minutes. It is very lightweight, able to handle a lot of snow and gets the job done quickly. I love this snow blower and would recommend it to others.
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        15 found this review helpful
        The products Toro are High Performance
        In winter, in my home, I used A Toro 1800 Power Curve who is an excellent machine, from 2009 to 2013 winters I used 1800 Power curve for Snow but I think this machine is 13 Amperes. In the last mont I bought a new machine 1800 Power Curve so now this machine is in 15 Amperes. I Hope the first storm for begin my job, t's a beautiful activity. The last year (2013) I worked in the historic Storm (46 cms Snow) I was there to move all snow over my home in 8 hours.
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        The products Toro are High Performance
        In winter, in my home, I used A Toro 1800 Power Curve who is an excellent machine, from 2009 to 2013 winters I used 1800 Power curve for Snow but I think this machine is 13 Amperes. In the last mont I bought a new machine 1800 Power Curve so now this machine is in 15 Amperes. I Hope the first storm for begin my job, t's a beautiful activity. The last year (2013) I worked in the historic Storm (46 cms Snow) I was there to move all snow over my home in 8 hours.
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