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Electric Snow Blower, 18-In. 1800 Power Curve

Electric Snow Blower, 18-In. 1800 Power Curve is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 279.
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$260.00
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Model #
38381
Item #
125742

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Description
The 1800 Power Curve electric snow thrower performs like a gas unit without the maintenance. Just plug in and throw snow up to 30'. The Patented Power Curve technology moves more snow in less time and virtually eliminates clogging and cleans all the way down to the pavement. Its ergonomic handle design allows for comfort and ease of use. It is equipped with the Zip Deflector™ - you can throw snow high, low or in-between. The positive-locking ratchet deflector adjusts in less than a second with just a touch of your hand. It has a Cord Lock System to ensure the cord is locked in for long reliable operation. It has a lift handle to easily transport the unit from patios, decks, and pathways. With a 2-year full warranty, if anything goes wrong in the first two years, under normal use and maintenance, Toro will fix it free.
  • Throws snow up to 30'
  • Power Curve technology virtually eliminates clogging
  • Cleans all the way down to the pavement
  • Zip Deflector™ lets you throw snow high, low or in-between
  • 2-year full warranty
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 125742
Clearing Width (in.) 15 - 19
Weight 27.8000
UPC 00021038383811
Country of Origin MX
Package Width 24.0
Package Length 25.0
Package Height 20.0
Model Number 38381
Brand Toro
Manufacturer Name TORO CO M/R BLWR/TRMMR
California Residents Proposition 65 Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Performs the job I bought it for I live in Minnesota and own a large two-stage snowblower to clear snow from my big driveway. But I needed a small, handy snowblower to clear snow from my deck and front porch. My new Toro 1800 corded snowblower sufficiently does the latter. I no longer have to manually shovel and lift the snow over the railings -- my new Toro 1800 does this just fine. It's light to move around from the back of my house to the front. And I like that it's corded, so no gas engine, and no costly electric batteries that need to be kept charged all the time. In summary, this light duty snowblower performs the job I bought it for.
Date published: 2020-03-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A DUD ?? I purchased this on line and had it delivered to our ranch. I used it yesterday and it worked great ! We received 8" of new snow last night and guess what! IT WON'T START!!!! I am using a 14 gauge 50' cold weather cord as specified. HELP????
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked great for 2 years, then ... I live in Minneapolis, where we average about 60" of snow a year. I have a small driveway (single-car, 40' long) and a 60' long section of sidewalk to clear. Even in a foot of snow his machine does the job: if it's too deep I just make a pass across the top until I am down to the pavement, then do full-height but partial-width passes after that. It struggles a bit on the heavy chunky crud left in front of my driveway by the snowplows, but does the job. Not too loud (sounds like a vacuum cleaner), and I LOVE that I just plug it in and don't have to worry about fuel, spark plug changes, tuneups, etc. associated with gas engines. Now here's the bad part: going into the third winter the motor seems to be starting to go. Every time I open it up and jiggle the wires going into the motor it works for a few minutes, then quits again. Only two years, just past the warranty?! Can't find replacement motor online - I have to buy a new machine?
Date published: 2020-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Machine serves it's purpose. Seems that the Interlock button (blue) will not stay engaged all the time. I have to hold it in place to keep it running.
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works great, but won't shut off! I just received a Toro 1800 snow thrower for Christmas and tested it out on our driveway this morning. We had about 4-8 inches of light snow, and the thrower cleared it quite well, although some of the deeper spots needed a couple of passes. The only major issue I have is that the power control bar does nothing--my snow thrower turned on as soon as I pressed the interlock button key, and stayed on until I unplugged it. The blade never stopped rotating, and it didn't matter whether I had the control bar pressed down or not. I see this as a major safety issue. I'm not sure if I'm going to keep it, or exchange it for a different one.
Date published: 2019-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptions were met Have used it a couple of times now and we are very happy with its performance and ease of use.
Date published: 2019-12-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Snow blower it's a nice little machine and throws the snow good but the adjuster bar keeps popping out and I have to pop it back in so I can a just the thrower
Date published: 2019-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1800 power curve newer models getting worse, I expected more from Toro I had a model 1800 from the 90's and it lasted 20 years, until rust took it's toll. I likes it so I purchased the new model 1800 in 2014 and t I didn't care for the 'dead man switch' as it would stop the unit while I was still holding it. Also the new wheels were much smaller and more susceptible to snow packing on them so that they would not rotate-just slide along. It lasted under two years (two years of very little snow) and stopped working altogether. It was still under warranty and they shipped me a new one at no charge. This one has a new starting system involving pushing a button on the side and then holding the handle. This system is even more sensitive than the last model, and the wheels are still too small. I have had this one for under three years and after the second use of the year it will not start. It seems to be a problem in the starting switches, but would have to take it in to be sure as they don't seem to have a service manual available for customers. not worth
Date published: 2019-12-09
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