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[Lowe's] Snowblowers on sale at Lowe's

Looking for a snowblower the snowstorm we got last week and found these on the app, not sure if they are good deals, but 599 2 stage one.

https://www.lowes.ca/snow-blowers/front ... 03088.html

https://www.lowes.ca/snow-blowers/remin ... 64378.html
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Ya... Those are the regular price for over a year now.
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Need a snowblower, but I don’t know which brands to trust Confused Face
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skinnydoggy wrote: Need a snowblower, but I don’t know which brands to trust Confused Face
From my research last year the Toro 518 and 721 are the good single stage units in gas and the Ego 56V is the upper echelon of electric.
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skinnydoggy wrote: Need a snowblower, but I don’t know which brands to trust Confused Face
If a Toro is too expansive, get one from MTD brands. Parts are cheap and easy to get.
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skinnydoggy wrote: Need a snowblower, but I don’t know which brands to trust Confused Face
Hard to go wrong with Honda, if you don't mind spending a fortune, it should last darn near forever. I regret not having bought a Honda right out of the gates.
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I second the comment about a Honda. Bought a Honda HS720 this year. Honda manufacturers discount plus Ducks Unlimited discount. That thing is a little beast. Pricey, yes, but worth every penny. Easy to use recoil started. Electric start not needed. Ate up all the snow from the recent snow storm in toronto.
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hoody123 wrote: Hard to go wrong with Honda, if you don't mind spending a fortune, it should last darn near forever. I regret not having bought a Honda right out of the gates.
This. We bought a Craftsman about 5 years ago and the chute rusted and fell off about a week ago. The Briggs and Stratton motor is good though, it starts without a hitch, even after a year.

Our neighbour bought a small Honda and this thing runs like a dream. It’s way more refined.
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What is the difference between a single and dual stage blower?
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boonjaca wrote: What is the difference between a single and dual stage blower?
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boonjaca wrote: What is the difference between a single and dual stage blower?
The number of stages.
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boonjaca wrote: What is the difference between a single and dual stage blower?
With a single stage the paddles clear the snow out through the shoot. With a two stage the augers draw the snow in, and the impeller clears the snow through the shoot.
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mac_ec wrote: I second the comment about a Honda. Bought a Honda HS720 this year. Honda manufacturers discount plus Ducks Unlimited discount. That thing is a little beast. Pricey, yes, but worth every penny. Easy to use recoil started. Electric start not needed. Ate up all the snow from the recent snow storm in toronto.
What is Honda manufacturers discount plus Ducks Unlimited discount?

Can you share a link of your purchase and price you paid. Looking to buy one this season. Thanks for your help
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I've got a Hasqvarna ST224 and I like it. Good value.
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boonjaca wrote: What is the difference between a single and dual stage blower?
When i ask questions i also sometimes get the ask google answers :rolleyes:
A single stage often cleans closer to the pavement (especially those with rubber paddles) and in my experience handles a foot or less of snow
The dual or multi stage can handle well over 12 inches, often has metal augers that can cut through the end of the drive way snow plow deposits and often does not clean close to the pavement. These often seem to have self propelled options but are in general best for people who have the strength to handle a heavy large beast. They also usually have wider reaches and usually cost a lot more.
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kryton619 wrote: With a single stage the paddles clear the snow out through the shoot. With a two stage the augers draw the snow in, and the impeller clears the snow through the shoot.
Quentin5 wrote: When i ask questions i also sometimes get the ask google answers :rolleyes:
A single stage often cleans closer to the pavement (especially those with rubber paddles) and in my experience handles a foot or less of snow
The dual or multi stage can handle well over 12 inches, often has metal augers that can cut through the end of the drive way snow plow deposits and often does not clean close to the pavement. These often seem to have self propelled options but are in general best for people who have the strength to handle a heavy large beast. They also usually have wider reaches and usually cost a lot more.
Thank you.
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