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Throw up to 720 pounds of snow a minute without the back-breaking shoveling! This compact snow thrower gets the job done right plus saves space in your garage!
Throw Snow Up To 29' Without Gas, Oil Or Obnoxious Fumes with the Tornado Tools Electric Snow Thrower
Ditch your shovel and say hello to an easier snow removal tool - the Tornado Tools 20-inch Electric Snow Thrower! It is an excellent snow thrower for quick snow removal on mid-to-large driveways, walkways, sidewalks, patios, decks, gardens, backyards and other residential or commercial places. It makes snow removal easier than ever, plus it's electric so it's better for the planet!
This durable electric snow thrower plows through snow in no time with a 3300 RPM 15-amp motor and an efficient, four copper-rotor blade system. As a fast-acting snow removal machine, it easily clears snow with a 20-inch clearing path and it throws up to 720 pounds of snow per minute. Plus it tosses snow up to 29 feet with a 180-degree rotating chute that moves snow to a more desirable location.
The Tornado Tools 20-inch Electric Snow Thrower is built to last and can withstand the harsh winter weather. With two durable 7-inch wheels, the snow thrower moves with ease. There is also overload protection, a trigger safety lock, and a starter lock key for added safety. Compact in size, this snow thrower stores well and has folding handles for tighter spaces. The snow thrower measures 19.5" x 37" x 40" and comes in a yellow and black color.
Features of Electric Snow Thrower
- 20" snow blower with 15A, 3000 RPM powerful electric motor
- Clears snow up to 10 inches deep
- 180-degree rotating chute for total control of snow throwing
- Overload protection
- Trigger safety lock
- Starter key
- UL-rated AC plug
- Four copper-rotor blade system
- Durable, 7-inch wheels
- Folding handlebars
- 19.5" x 37" x 40"
- Electric Snow Thrower
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: WARNING This product can expose to chemicals including lead, which is known to the state of California to cause reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov