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SnowMaster 724 QXE 24 in. 212cc Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower

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  • Toro 24 inch Gas Self-Propelled Single Stage Snow Blower
  • Chute and Deflector change in a single motion
  • Electric Start simple and easy to use with push button start
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Tear through the roughest snow and ice in record time with Toro's SnowMaster Snow Blower. Make snow blowing less work with the self-propel Personal Pace system, which matches your walking speed and provides better traction in all snow conditions. Quickly change the chute and deflector direction with a single, smooth motion thanks to the Quick Stick chute control. Featuring a Toro Premium 212cc OHV 4-cycle engine with electric start, this snow blower efficiently throws snow up to 40 ft. It's ultra-maneuverable, easy enough for anyone to handle and still powers through tough, end-of-driveway snow.
  • Easy start; simply push the button and you're ready to snow blow with electric start
  • Chute control; quickly change the chute and deflector direction with a single, smooth motion thanks to the Quick Stick chute control
  • Lightning fast; tear through the roughest snow and ice in record time with Toro's powerful engineered auger; a tall auger housing and guaranteed for life chute handles even end of driveway snow with ease
  • Keep up the pace; you control how fast or slow you go with the self-propel Personal Pace system; the rear-wheel drive system also equips you with the best traction in all snow condition
  • Turn on a dime; automatic steering makes smooth tight turns a snap with no trigger or lever to pull
  • Glide Over Surfaces. Make maneuvering even easier by breezing over driveway obstacles and garage floors with metal enforced poly skid shoes. No skuffs or skid marks left behind.
  • Right fit for you; ideal for larger driveways that can hold 6-12 parked cars and 6 in.-10 in. of snow
  • We've got you covered; Toro stands behind this product with a 3-year limited warranty; count on it
  • Guaranteed for life; Toro has you covered with a guaranteed for life warranty on the chute, lower chute and chute deflector
  • Tested and trusted; choose with confidence, knowing millions of people worldwide count on Toro snow blowers
  • For best starting results use non-ethanol fuel with an octane rating of 87 or higher; use fresh fuel less than 30 days old, add fuel stabilizer to reduce starting problems; do not mix oil with gas
  • Based on average Traqline unit share for snow blower market from 2013 - March 2020
  • 3-year limited warranty, lower chute and deflector guaranteed for life warranty
  • Compared to traditional 2-stage Toro power max models
  • Ideal for concrete and asphalt surfaces that can park up to 4+ cars and 6 - 18 in. of snow at a time
  • For best starting results use non-ethanol fuel with an octane rating of 87 or higher, use fresh fuel less than 30-days old, add fuel stabilizer to reduce starting problems, do not mix oil with gas
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  • California residents

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Assembled Depth (in.)
55.4 in
Assembled Height (in.)
43 in
Assembled Width (in.)
25.4 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
Clearing Width (In.)
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
Intake Height (in.)
Tire Height (in.)
Tire Width (in.)


Assembly Required
Auger Material
Body Material
CA (CARB) Compliant
CARB Compliant
Chute Material
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
Clearing Surface Type
Engine Displacement (cc)
Engine Make
Toro Engine
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
Chute Control,Self-Propelled,Skid Shoes,Variable Speed
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
Number of Forward Speeds
Number of Reverse Speeds
Oil Capacity (oz.)
Pitch Control
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
Power Type
Product Weight (lb.)
Recommended Oil Type
Recommended Terrain
Flat,Sloped,With Obstacles
Snow Equipment Product Type
Single Stage Gas Snow Blower
Stage Type
Single-Stage Snow Blower
Start Type
Wheel Drive
Type of Snow

Warranty / Certifications

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Manufacturer Warranty
3-year limited

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 962 reviews
  • 88%recommend this product
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Snow thrower
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Very good machine extremely easy to start very powerful, tested it on went heavy slush and it moved it. I clean my driveway in minutes not hours. I had an electric snow mover and it just can't do the like Toro, worth the price! Well made machine.
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Shredded Belt After First 15 minutes of Use
Purchased this through Home Depot, got it home and ran through the quick start guide to check everything prior to starting it up for use. Got 2 strips of my driveway done before it stopped throwing snow and after inspection, the auger belt was shredded.
Response from ToroJan 25, 2022
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. We are sorry to hear your auger belt shredded. Luckily, your machine has a 3 year warranty that protects against all manufacturing defects. We are glad to hear that you took it in for inspection and a dealer has found the root cause. We offer an extensive list of Authorized Service Dealers to choose from at Toro.com/locator. We have full confidence that the dealer can have your machine up and running for you to tackle the snow.

We also suggest viewing our Fuel Facts at Toro.com/fuelfacts/. Toro offers preventative maintenance tips to minimize fuel system issue. We highly recommend small engine fuel, you can purchase at your local hardware store. If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Care Team at Toro.com/support. Toro
    The Best Single Stage Snowblower on the Market!
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This snow blower is a ROCK STAR. I was worried getting the 724 compared to the 824 due to the 55+CC larger motor on the 824. However, I was NOT disappointed in our recent snow in Chicago. It functioned just like the videos on the Toro website and I'm thoroughly impressed. I had a 23 year old single stage Toro unit and have been faithful to the brand with my lawn mower. I will say, and this is just being open and honest like others who have rated this unit, getting used to the self-propelled system does take a small bit of practice, but DO NOT let this discourage you from buying this unit. We all have to learn new tricks at times. This is worth every penny, threw snow literally 35-40 feet and I almost felt like I had to be careful not to shoot snow too far and fill my neighbors driveway. That's what I love about the trigger handle, snow shoot control, it is the best on the market and easy to use! Awesome unit!!
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    • Recommended
    Very pleased.
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great snowblower. Easy to operate. Starts first pull every time. Really cleans the snow.
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    • Recommended
    Good machine. Light weight and easy to maneuver. Starts up 1st or 2nd pull. Runs a long time on a...
    Good machine. Light weight and easy to maneuver. Starts up 1st or 2nd pull. Runs a long time on a single fill-up. Removes light to heavy snow. Destroys end of driveway snow and ice pileup. Takes time to get use to the Toro Personal Pace, but is a dream when its conquered. Would not recommend for hilly driveway, will get away from you if its a bit icy out.
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    Light, Quick and Easy
    I have had a MTD Yard Machines 2 stage Snow King model 3BA for over 20 years. It does a good job and still starts on the first pull. But it has only one speed - slow. I typically blow my driveway and my elderly neighbors drive and was looking for something to get the job done quicker, not to mention the Snow King has developed a slight oil leak. Bought the Toro 724 QXE Snowmaster three days ago. A couple of days ago we received 2 - 3 inches of light fluffy snow and the 724 breezed right through, much quicker than walking behind the Snow King. Last night we got dumped on with about 12" of light fluffy snow. The 724 handled this very well also. I do have a rather steep incline in my driveway, as you can see in my photos, and I did have some trouble going back up it, with the 724's tires wanting to spin. I did a couple of things to help with this. 1. I got some Yak Trax for my shoes to give me extra traction so my feet are not slipping as well, and 2. I move a bit faster at the bottom of the incline to give me more inertia as I approach the steep part of the incline. This seems to be working well. I do agree that it does have a tendency to want to lift the front end if you push it harder, but I think this can be controlled by slowing down. I do really like how easy it is to move around and turn, as well as the ease of the quick shoot. The snow plows came around this afternoon and piled a couple of feet of snow in front of my drive, with some wetter snow at the bottom. The 724 did not like this so much. I got out the old Snow King and it went right through. That thing really is amazing. If it wasn't so slow it would be all I need. I also broke some of the snow down with a shovel and used the 724. I really didn't expect the 724 to perform better than the dual stage Snow King for this huge mess at the end of the driveway, so I was not disappointed. I will use the 724 for most of my snow blowing, but am keeping the Snow King for those super difficult situations. There were a couple of things that I am surprised with on the 724. First, after starting and turning the choke off it seems to sputter a bit, but once I start blowing it is fine. Second, when using the pull start, I have to pull several times to get it to start. These two things surprise me with a new unit. My 20+ year old Snow King starts on the first pull and stops sputtering as soon as I turn the choke off. I will probably have these items checked by my local Toro dealer in the off season. Hopefully it will be covered under warranty.
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      1 found this review helpful
      I liked it
      I liked this snow blower, but i had to return it to get a bigger Toro snow blower. The snow drifts i get in my driveway are deep and thick and i thought i better get something with a little more power so I got the snow max 826 OHAE from Toro! It's better to have the power when you need it!!! It comes tomorrow and the snow comes on this Friday so i'll be good! I'll give a review on the Snow Max 826 OHAE 26 after I've used it a few times.
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        I received my new snow blower right on time before our latest snow storm here in Minnesota. It ar...
        I received my new snow blower right on time before our latest snow storm here in Minnesota. It arrived in perfect condition and once I filled gas, it started right up. It was cutting through the 6" wet and heavy snow and even the end-of-driveway pile from the plow like it was warm butter. Very happy with the ease of using this equipment.
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        4 found this review helpful
        I am very pleased with the Toro 724 QXE. I seriously considered the 721 QXE since Consumer Repor...
        I am very pleased with the Toro 724 QXE. I seriously considered the 721 QXE since Consumer Reports ranked it number one for a Single Stage blower. I ordered the unit and was very disappointed with all of the plastic. After several faulty units were delivered, I decided to try the 724. This unit has rubber wheels and most of the major components are made of steel. I am really concerned about long term reliability and performance. I did not think that all of the plastic parts would last in the long term. The 724 QXE is much more solid than the 721. It is still light enough for both women and men to use. If you are in the market, I strongly recommend that you consider this model. Very marginal increase in cost compared to the 721 QXE. I used the unit a couple times since our snowfall in Reynoldsburg, Oh on January 12, 2019. This machine performed exceptionally well. I really like the functionality of the joystick to control the direction of the shute! Excellent design Toro! I hope this is helpful!
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          16 found this review helpful
          Ive seen some negative reviews, mostly relating to how it was packaged and shipped. I did not enc...
          Ive seen some negative reviews, mostly relating to how it was packaged and shipped. I did not encounter any of those problems. As for the machine, here's the deal, as I see it. This is all snowblower and nothing else. No bells and whistles, no lights, nothing fancy. It is a powerful little engine with an auger. and it does exactly what a snowblower should do. It starts right up with the pull start or electric start. It picks up even wet heavy snow and throws it a pretty good distance. It's light and maneuverable. It's very powerful. The joy stick chute control is ingenious. The parts that wear are inexpensive and fairly easy to replace. I use it commercially. I'm on my second season with it and I am very pleased. Change the spark plug and the oil. Use fresh gas. Lubricate the cables and wear points and don't leave it out in the rain. You can spend a lot more for something that weighs a lot more and does a lot less.
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