September 19, 2021

Snowblower Reviews

While snowblowers may not sound like landscaping tools down south, they’re an integral part of northern property maintenance. Our snowblower reviews tell the story. We test for power and blowing speed and distance. We look at ergonomics and how well the system works as a whole. Snowblower Reviews for Pros In the north it’s difficult to separate the Pros from the homeowners who like to “get ‘er done”, but the difference may not matter. Running a snowblower is no fun if it can’t get the work accomplished. We’ve looked at gas models like the Ariens Rapidtrak Snowblower Series as well as new battery-powered products like the EGO 56V snowblower. While battery may not seem like a reliable technology for snowblowers, manufacturers seem to think they can pull it off. So far, we’ve been rather impressed with the early results of the push for battery-powered snowblowers. It may not be long until more Pro-focused models will hit the streets and offer longer run-times and more power.

Ryobi 40V Cordless Snow Blowers

Ryobi Launches 40V Snow Blower Lineup for Fall 2021 The current Ryobi 40V Cordless Snow Blower lineup includes four products from two-stage snowblowers to a compact 18-inch model—and everything in between. Powered by the 40V HP battery platform, these Ryobi OPE snowblowers look like they have the muscle required to effectively dispense snow buildup around […]

Toro 60V e24 and e26 Two-Stage Snow Blowers

Toro Flex-Force 60V Snow Blower Stands Up To Winter Two new Toro 60V Power Max Snow Blower models borrow much from the existing two-stage gas model. The company is hoping consumers start planning ahead for those blustery winter months by grabbing a powerful and convenient battery-powered solution for clearing walkways, driveways, and patios. At first […]

EGO 56V 2-Stage Snow Blower Review

Thumb Your Nose at Old Man Winter with the EGO 2-Stage Snow Blower We’ve been waiting for some good snow to test out the EGO 56V 2-Stage Snow Blower with Peak Power and Ol’ Jack Frost finally delivered! Pros Outstanding power comparable to similar-sized gas models 24-inch clearing swath Excellent runtime with kitted 7.5Ah batteries […]

Worx 40V Snow Blower WG471

Worx Snow Blower Takes Sting Out of Winter Chores Clearing your snow-covered driveways, sidewalks, and patios just got a whole lot simpler. Do away with gas, oil, fumes, and the hassle of trying to get your motor cranked up in the cold weather. Instead, get straight to work with the Worx WG471 40V Power Share […]

Toro Power TRX HD Snow Blowers with Tank Treads

Toro Power TRX HD Snow Blowers Tackle Over 20 Inches of Snow Easily with Tank Treads With the Toro Power TRX HD Snow Blowers, your working conditions are irrelevant. That’s because these commercial snow blowers feature between 28″ and 32″ clearing widths and tank treads to traverse even challenging lots and driveways. Toro Power and […]

EGO 2-Stage Snowblower

EGO 2-Stage Snowblower

Thumb Your Nose at Old Man Winter with EGO’s Updated 2-Stage Snowblower Just in time for winter, EGO has announced two upcoming snowblower releases. The EGO SNT2405 56V 2-Stage Snowblower showcases raw power and refined design, while the company also updated its single-stage snowblower for peak power and efficiency. EGO 2-Stage Snowblower Looks Promising The […]

Greenworks 60V Snowblower

Greenworks Pro 60V 22-Inch Snow Blower 2603202

We might be in Florida, but that doesn’t mean we’re biased against snow blowers! We got our hands on the Greenworks Pro 60V 22-inch snow blower for a little hands-on time. Not to worry, we’re sending it up to Tennessee where we’re hoping they get another good snowfall to get some snow blowing in before […]

Ryobi 40V Snow Blower

Ryobi 40V Snow Blower RY40860

Ryobi Helps You Take Charge This Winter New to the shelves of your local Home Depot, Ryobi has released a snow-clearing solution just in time for winter. The Ryobi 40V Snow Blower can clear snow conveniently, and without the muss and fuss of cords or gas. Performance The Ryobi 40V Snow Blower features a brushless […]