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

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Mar 18, 2008
514 posts
616 upvotes
Toronto
mrtvgame wrote: Agree. Suggest people go with the model that has a chute control.
See my comment above. PVC pipes is the DIY solution to upgrading the 721 chute.
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Jun 10, 2011
2048 posts
548 upvotes
Woodbridge
Is anyone using these blowers on a interlocking driveway?
I have some loose bricks and I'm afraid this machine will destroy them
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Jul 8, 2009
1177 posts
451 upvotes
T Dot
Back in stock now at HD
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Mar 13, 2012
1475 posts
491 upvotes
Calgary
Called in and got it, should be able to get an additional 2% back cause I went through the Brim portal to pay.
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Jun 14, 2008
431 posts
277 upvotes
Thanks OP
Matched with Equipment Express by calling HD
593 + tax

I hope pulling cord to start is not that difficult.
Wanted electric qze but it was 300$ more
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Mar 13, 2012
1475 posts
491 upvotes
Calgary
dealguru99 wrote: Thanks OP
Matched with Equipment Express by calling HD
593 + tax

I hope pulling cord to start is not that difficult.
Wanted electric qze but it was 300$ more
I've had 721E for about four years now and I can honestly say that I've only used the electric start only once a year.
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Jun 14, 2008
431 posts
277 upvotes
blind56 wrote: I've had 721E for about four years now and I can honestly say that I've only used the electric start only once a year.
I thought electric start is easier than manual pull start, isn't it?
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Mar 13, 2012
1475 posts
491 upvotes
Calgary
dealguru99 wrote: I thought electric start is easier than manual pull start, isn't it?
It is, but by the time I take the extension cord out and plug it in, I’d have already ripped the cable and the machine starts. I’d probably change my position if it were harder to start, but it’s always started on the first pull for me.
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Apr 26, 2007
635 posts
59 upvotes
hill15 wrote: I would try again and if not successful use the other competitor to price match. When they ask for you postal code give them a Toronto postal code and then you will place the order and the agent will adjust your order that you selected for pick up in a Edmonton store.
Tried this..agent okayed price match, then i placed order online but then agent saw I was in a different city and declined to adjust price. Is there something I missed?
Thank my post if it helped!
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Nov 19, 2015
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fizzerd wrote: Tried this..agent okayed price match, then i placed order online but then agent saw I was in a different city and declined to adjust price. Is there something I missed?
It has worked for me and others. Not sure what to say other than try again.
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Mar 13, 2012
1475 posts
491 upvotes
Calgary
Yup, I found that calling in was the way to do it, the text agents were very rigid.

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