Have had used this snowblower for the snow storm Ontario received and it was fine....I personally thought the same when we sold our electric lawn mower and got a Honda engine gas one this summer, gas being much more easier. But the maintenance/and its hard to push back and forth unlike our electric lawn. Will be selling off the gas lawn mower in spring and pick up another electric lawn mower.niagarabeech wrote: ↑Dec 19th, 2013 9:33 amI still say it's just a toy snow blower. Something a women might use. I like to see you snow blow the hard packed snow that is left by the snow plow at the end of your driveway. You might as well just shovel by hand!
Your video shows you snow blowing a couple of inches of light snow, plus who wants to drag along a electrical cord? It's like owning a electric lawn mover. NO real power.
I would rather wait and buy a REAL gas snow blower.
Those who picked this up...get the 12 gauge, 100 feet cord from Costco...at $39.99 its a great price