Best Snow Blower Review 2019.
#1.) Husqvarna Snow Blower Review
#2.) Briggs & Stratton Snow Blower
#3.) Ariens 2-Stage Gas Snow Blower
#4.) EGO Power+ Dual Port Snow Blower
#5.) Yardmax Heavy-Duty Snow Blower
#6.) Snow Joe Cordless Snow Blower
#7.) Honda Power Single-Stage Snow Blower
#8.) Poulan Pro Electric Snow Thrower
#9.) Husqvarna Electric Thrower
#10.) Troy-Bilt Gas Snow Thrower
Notable — Toro Power Curve Snow Blower
** FYI: links go to Amazon (had lowest prices)
✅ Top #1 Pick: Husqvarna Electric Blower Review
The Husqvarna is a 2-stage blower designed for heavy snow.
Right away you’ll notice its electric-start + self-propelled system — handles very well on steep driveways!
For traction, it comes w/ skid shoes that glide on any surface: driveways, sidewalks & paths
Buyers love how powerful the chute is — throws snow 20+ ft. to avoid piles + large drifts!
Husqvarna snow blower has 6 operating speeds + can be operated in reverse (for walkways or paths)
* heated handles will keep your hands warm!
One last benefit are its LED headlights — easy to operate at night.
Husqvarna blower is very expensive, but w/ lots of positive reviews + built for heavy snowfall.
The Briggs 250cc blower comes w/ 1-button electric push-start (very easy to use!)
It’s a powerful snow blower that has 24-inch wide clearing path.
As you can see it comes w/ 12″ steel auger — chops right through icy or wet snow!
For handling, there’s 6 forward speeds + 2 reverse speeds (useful for long paths).
It’s expensive, but if looking for a dependable machine for 5+ years, the Briggs electric start is a great option.
Ariens Gas Powered, 24-inch snow blower is one of the most powerful on my list.
Equipped w/ 208cc engine, electric ignition (for easy start!) + steel auger
You’ll love the Tire Chains – allow it to glide smoothly in the worst conditions: hard-packed snow, slippery driveways + steep inclines
Another great feature is the powerful chute which throws snow 40 ft. high (avoiding drifts or pile-ups)
Lots of positive reviews — one buyer says it rips through 3-4 ft. of snow “like it’s nothing”
More expensive than others, but longterm durability + power make it worth the money.
EGO Power+ is powerful for a cordless blower — similar capability as a gas snow blower (and without the noise or fumes!)
Comes equipped w/ 56-Volt Batteries giving you 1-hour of power per charge.
For size, it has a 21-inch clearing width and includes a 180° chute
1-button start, it handles well in wet or compact snow making it ideal for most homes — if you live in a very snowy area, you’ll want something bigger
Snow chute turns 180° and can throw 35 ft. — according to reviews, the ability to fling snow over snowy drifts + high piles is why it’s so popular.
YARDMAX two-stage is another powerful snow blower which handles well in heavy or wet snow.
It comes w/ special serrated-steel blade augers capable of smashing through hardened snow.
Includes 6 different speeds + 2 reverse speeds (for walkways and patios). It’s a self-propelled blower w/ an easy electric-start.
Other features are front headlight (for operating at night) and heated hand grips.
Lots of positive buyer reviews make it a top choice.
Snow Joe Snowblower weighs 32 pounds, making it the best lightweight snowblower on my list.
It comes w/ 50-min rechargeable battery — Perfect for small or medium driveways!
Bonus convenience is the battery is detachable making it easy to recharge inside your home.
Another huge benefit is the noise level – it’s extremely quiet. (less likely to bother anyone sleeping)
Chute swivels up to 180° + launches snow 20 ft. (which is great for high drafts)
Buyers say it does well w/ all types of snow — even wet or deep snow!
** FYI – brand names may differ by country
One of the appealing features of the Honda Snow Blower is that it’s semi self-propelled — much easier to control + move up inclines (such as driveways)
This model has an easy electric-start and can clear snow width of 20-inches.
Powerful enough to throw snow 33 ft.
Buyers say it’s more powerful than older two-stage blowers. They also note easy-start + performance in extremely cold temps.
Poulan Pro has a 2-step design making it versatile — super easy to handle, it easily clears snow from paved or gravel surfaces.
It’s designed to tackle larger areas — large driveways or long paths.
Powerful ribbon auger (the yellow blade), it can chop heavy or icy snow.
Comes w/ electric start + power steering. You won’t struggle to get it started or maneuver through deep snow.
There’s 6 operating gears — You can also shift into “reverse” which helps you back out tight spaces (i.e. walkways)
Lots of strong buyer reviews – Many confirm that the Poulan Electric Snow Thrower can easily plow through 1-ft of snow.
Husqvarna Snow Thrower is a small, yet powerful snow thrower.
FYI: Snow Throwers are single-stage and usually lightweight
What makes it unique — it’s very easy to start. Plug into a power outlet and use the 1-button ignition to get started.
Another thing I love about the Husqvarna is that it’s lighter and weighs only 95 pounds
It’s relatively powerful too — it can plow through 8 inches of snow. Performs great on flat pavements: driveways, pathways and walkways
If you’re looking for the best driveway snow thrower, I think the Husqvarna 208cc is your best option.
Troy-Bilt Squall 208cc snow thrower is a 4-cycle gas-powered engine.
1-stage snow blower easily plow through up to 13″ of snow.
Lightweight (93 pounds), it’s very easy-to-start + handles well in cold weather
Perfect for mid-size residences, the Troy-Bilt Gas Snow Blower is an affordable model.
Notable — Toro Power Curve Snow Blower
The Toro Power Curve Blower is the most affordable snow blower on my list
It’s smaller than the other models — it handles well in tight areas making it perfect for paved walk-ways + medium size patios.
⭐⭐ Best Lightweight Snow Blower ⭐⭐
Toro Curve Snow Blower boasts the ability to remove up to 700 pounds of snow in 1-min. It’s not the most powerful on my list, but that should be enough for most mid-size residences.
At only 25 pounds, it’s also the lightest snow blower on this list.
Snow blowers come in all sizes. Some people may have a large driveway to clear and need powerful models designed to tackle big surfaces. Other people may have a short driveway and be in the market for a smaller design.
No matter your specific needs, there are a number of snow blowers that can chop up ice and snow and throw snow several feet away so that you can clear your driveway and sidewalks with ease.