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Toro 1800 18" Power Curve 15 Amp Electric Snow Thrower (38381) EXPIRED

neonneon 485 February 14, 2013 at 10:29 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Woot Deals
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Promoted 02-15-2013 at 11:02 AM View Original Post
Woot.com has Toro 1800 18" Power Curve Snow Thrower (38381) for $129.99. Shipping is $5. Thanks neonneon

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Edited February 27, 2013 at 10:07 PM by neonneon
---> Deal dead. <---

OK. Don't flame me to death. Hide I know it's just a woot deal, but it's a good price for the Toro 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower (new, not refurb). $130 + $5s/h delivered to your door. This is an ELECTRIC (corded) snowblower. Deal here [woot.com] (as if you didn't know where woot was).

I got one a few weeks ago, and the little thing really does work well, if you don't mind having that pesky little cord trailing behind.

Previous thread on it here.

I didn't see it posted yet, and I looked thrice. OK. Commence the flaming. Sadwalk

-cowboy Cowboy

($200 currently at Amazon [amazon.com], but recently has hovered around $150+)

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#61
Quote from noungning View Post :
Well this would be good and all if I didn't lose power last week. Annoyed

Need a good deal on a generator. LMAO

I managed to use it on packed snow after we got power. Works fine.

Good point.
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Quote from treehorn View Post :
heart attack preventers beat shoveling every time. Bought the 15" toro from the target deal, works great. I have only had to use it a couple of times, but once was on about 10" of wet heavy snow, tossed it farther than I could with a shovel! This 18 may be better than the little 15 I got, more power and less passes to make, but either way it is a major improvement over shoveling. Not only easier but faster too.
I'll have the heart attack fighting with the frozen cord while trying to move 6 inches of wet Mid-western snow. I'll pace myself and use the shovel. Or borrow a 2 stage, Big-Boy Snow thrower.
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#63
I have had one of these since early '80s. It has worked great. Had to replace a belt once, otherwise just plug it in and go. I live in MN and when we have big snow you just have to plan on doing the drive before it gets too deep and again when it is finished snowing. I use a 75' cord and just toss it over to the side as I do the driveway. You just have to plan a little bit.
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#64
Used the older model again this morning on 8 inches. Slam dunk homerun every time and a joy to use. I bet the new one is even better. Works fine on larger drifts, dont be ascared
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#65
4" hit today grabbed the new Toro (well packaged I might add) and 100' of sidewalk and 80' of driveway done in record time. It even sent a pine cone flying in a perfect tight spiral that Tim Tebow could only dream of...

Thanx Slick Deals!
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#66
Update on 2/27/13: Woot again has the Toro 38381 18-Inch 15 Amp Electric 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower for $130 + $5s/h.

Link here [woot.com]

-cowboy Cowboy
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#67
Back again. sellout.woot.com has Toro 1800 18" Power Curve Snow Thrower (38381) for $129.99. Shipping is $5. Hey, been lots of snow around the country lately. This will help deal with it.

http://sellout.woot.com/offers/to...w-blower-2

Ideal for residential use, the Toro 1800 electric Power Curve snow blower is small in stature yet packs enough muscle to easily clear deep snow from driveways and walkways. The unit's wide, compact stance, deep-cutting blades, and powerful electric motor move large volumes of snow out of the way, while the adjustable chute puts all that snow right where you want it.

Combining a 15 amp electric motor with patented Power Curve technology, the blower moves more snow in less time, virtually eliminates clogging, and cleans all the way down to the pavement
In one pass, the blower can clear a path 18" wide and 12" deep
Move up to 700 pounds of snow in a minute
15 amp electric snow blower, just plugs in and throws snow up to 30 feet
Use the snow blower's Zip Deflector control to throw snow high, low, or in-between, and with just a simple touch, the unit's positive-locking ratchet deflector adjusts in less than a second
160° adjustable chute
Weighs only 26 pounds, making it easy to maneuver and use by many members of the family
Full-bail ergonomic handle provides maximum comfort and leverage, its lift handle makes it easy to transport from the deck to the patio or pathway, and its cord lock system means you don't have to stop because of interrupted power
Handle folds for compact storage
Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes and APO addresses not available for this item

Warranty: 2 Years Toro

In the Box:

(1) Toro 38381 18-Inch 15 Amp Electric 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower

Specifications
Capacity/Minute (the power to cut through snow): Up to 700 pounds
Throw Distance (the power to put snow in its place): Up to 30 feet
Clearing Width: 18 inches
Snow Cut Depth -- 1 Pass: 12 inches
Amps / Motor: 15 amp / Series Wound
Deflector: Zip Deflector
Chute Control: Quick Lever
Chute Radius: 160°
Ideal for:

Sidewalks and walkways
Driveways that can park up to 4 cars
2-6 inches at a time

Weight: 26 lbs.
Dimensions: 36.2" x 18" x 47" H

http://sellout.woot.com/offers/to...w-blower-2
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#68
$210 at Amazon and 315 four star reviews: http://www.amazon.com/Toro-38381-...now+blower
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#69
My current snow blower is the only thing left in my garage that uses gas, besides the cars. But With a long 3 car driveway, i have a hard time seeing myself wanting to deal with an electrical cable in the snow, especially since they tend to get more rigid during cold weather. I'm still waiting for a serious all battery option snow blower, the same as an all battery car, like maybe the tesla x.
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In 4 1 thanks!
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#71
Quote from araczynski View Post :
My current snow blower is the only thing left in my garage that uses gas, besides the cars. But With a long 3 car driveway, i have a hard time seeing myself wanting to deal with an electrical cable in the snow, especially since they tend to get more rigid during cold weather. I'm still waiting for a serious all battery option snow blower, the same as an all battery car, like maybe the tesla x.
The batteries in those vehicles are like $10,000-$20,000. I'm sure people would really want to pay $2000 for a battery-powered snow blower that could get 30-60 minutes Wink

Assuming you're talking about the heavy-duty cables (and not those cheap dollar-store types), then that's not the case at all. They don't freeze/crack
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#72
if you live in the northeast and had this to clean up the last blizzard it would be a joke. Might as well shovel. You need a snowblower, not a thrower. A snowblower has 2 stages so it can handle way more snow. You also don't push it, it moves forward and you walk behind it. The only thing this is going to do is very little snow with and very small driveways, no hills.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature....1000654451
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Quote from iveo83 View Post :
if you live in the northeast and had this to clean up the last blizzard it would be a joke. Might as well shovel. You need a snowblower, not a thrower. A snowblower has 2 stages so it can handle way more snow. You also don't push it, it moves forward and you walk behind it. The only thing this is going to do is very little snow with and very small driveways, no hills.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature....1000654451
I live in the northeast and have used this on foot deep snow storms including Nemo. Worked great, does that make you upset? And I also used it on neighbors driveways and cleared out a few vacant houses after the storm and made money with it. Due to its light weight, I can literally throw it in the back seat of my car and the cord in the trunk. Try that with your 2 stage. Not pumping the product but everyone who has tried my OLDER 1800 is surprised at the torque the electric motor has. If you tried it, maybe you'd think otherwise but it's clear you haven't
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#74
Great price, but I wouldnt go near Woot.com. Horrible company. Horrible customer service.

Quote from iveo83 View Post :
if you live in the northeast and had this to clean up the last blizzard it would be a joke. Might as well shovel. You need a snowblower, not a thrower. A snowblower has 2 stages so it can handle way more snow. You also don't push it, it moves forward and you walk behind it. The only thing this is going to do is very little snow with and very small driveways, no hills.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature....1000654451
I have the 1800 and it managed over a foot of snow with ease. Took my about the same time to do my driveway as my neighbors who had a gas one. Now it took forever, dont get me wrong, but my back was saved.

With the subsequent storms of 3-4 inches, this blower worked perfectly.
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#75
I have one and I have a gas one.. I love this electric. I was shocked the first time I used it. I have a paved driveway and it cleans it off fast and easy. With the cord, I just put it on one side of the driveway so I don't run it over, its pretty simple concept. Glad I have mine. I live in central ny.. if we are going to get 1.5 feet of snow, I will go out and blow the driveway when it has 6 inches in it and again when the storm is over.
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