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[Home Depot] Toro 721R snowthrower - $611 Toronto or $593 Calgary (After price match)

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[Home Depot] Toro 721R snowthrower - $611 Toronto or $593 Calgary (After price match)

HD has Toro 721R for $798 (reg price should be $849 instead of $999). PM Kooybros which is at $679 to bring to $611+tax.

HD: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/toro-p ... 1001485418
KB: https://kooybros.com/toro-power-clear-7 ... nowthrower

Calgary folks can have it for cheaper (thx blind56):
Equipment Express has the 721R for $659, should be $593.10 + GST.
http://www.equipmentexpress.ca/snowblow ... tage).html
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sonyminidiscman wrote: why is a single stage so expensive?
It's a toro not a kobalt.
I suggest spending a bit more for the one with the handle on the side that controls the shute.
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I have the 721E(same thing except it has electric start) and I can say that I use it maybe once a season. Easier to just rip the cord.

+1 for getting the QZ model if possible, gets old to have to stop and reach to adjust the chute position.
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I would opt for the E model or the Q line over this.

The commercial grade one ($1100) was on clearance in Feb 2020 (see savings line in photo), but is single stage.

A lot of snowblowers on the floor are from Fall 2019 and would not touch them this year unless a big markdown.
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I have this721R model the past 4 years and it's worked very well. Don't know why I waited so long to get a Gas Single Stage SB.
Always starts on the 1st pull. Has enough power to clear 6"+ snow. It's a Toro.
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shabby wrote: It's a toro not a kobalt.
I suggest spending a bit more for the one with the handle on the side that controls the shute.
x2. I have the 621 QZE and this thing will throw snow 35'. Quick chute is awesome, electric start is not needed because it starts on the 1st or 2nd pull everytime.
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Something to consider. Price at KooyBros will include an assembled machine, gas and oil filled, and tested. All prep to go. They will even show you how to operate the machine before you take it home. Yes, you will save a few dollars with price match but if you want excellent service as well then KooyBros would be my choice.
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shabby wrote: It's a toro not a kobalt.
I suggest spending a bit more for the one with the handle on the side that controls the shute.
you can get 2 stage craftsman/briggs and Stratton for $800 when on sale..........
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I have the 721E(same thing except it has electric start) and I can say that I use it maybe once a season. Easier to just rip the cord.

+1 for getting the QZ model if possible, gets old to have to stop and reach to adjust the chute position.
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blind56 wrote: I have the 721E(same thing except it has electric start) and I can say that I use it maybe once a season. Easier to just rip the cord.

+1 for getting the QZ model if possible, gets old to have to stop and reach to adjust the chute position.
the quick chute is on the Q model which would be almost $300 more =S if it was <$100 maybe i would consider. =S

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