Toro Electric Snow Blower – 1800 Power Curve

by Martin

in Electric snow blowers, Top Rated Snow Blowers, Toro snow blowers

The Toro Power Curve electric snow blower

2011-12 Update
This Toro electric snow blower is Toro’s most popular model and suitable for medium to large paths and driveways.

It weighs in at only 25lbs and with no gas or oil required, it is a clean, eco friendly and ideal if you are looking for a low maintenance snow blower.

Features at a glance

  • 15 amp electric motor
  • 18 in. clearance width and 12 in. intake
  • Power Curve technology
  • Zip deflector
  • Positive-locking ratchet deflector
  • Cord-lock system
  • 160-degree chute
  • Key operated

What can the Toro Power Curve do?

The Toro Power Curve comes with an 18-inch wide intake and will clear snow up to a depth of 12 inches in a single pass.

It can throw snow up to 30ft at a rate of 700lb a minute and has a useful bi-directional 160 degree chute / deflector.

This machine will take care of most domestic situations with ease and speed.

Is it easy to use?

Overall, the Toro Power Curve is easy to maneuver, light to carry, and with a fold down handle, is easy to store.

The easily accessible chute lever allows you to quickly change the direction in which the snow is sent, whilst the positive-locking ratchet deflector can be securely set for low, medium and high snow blowing.

This Toro electric snow blower is belt driven with a two blade curved rotor, which gives the Power Curve its name.

Toro snow thrower: 'Power Curve' system
The ‘Power Curve’ system close-up



This power curve system enables the rotors to cut through ice right down to the ground with little or no clogging.

As an electric snow thrower, the Toro Power Curve is virtually maintenance-free. No need to mess with gas and oil, just plug in and go.

Is it worth buying?

Users praise the Toro 1800 power Curve as a reliable, lightweight and user-friendly machine. People like the fact that it requires no maintenance and requires little storage space.

Another great advantage of the Power Curve is that it is quiet. It doesn’t make much more noise than a vacuum cleaner, which is not very much at all when you compare it to the noise from a gas powered machine.

On the downside, the Power Curve’s wheels are relatively lightweight and don’t provide much traction so backing up in areas you haven’t cleared can be a problem. Toro has increased the size of the wheels in the latest models. This has improved matters but they are still not especially robust.

Also, the chute direction can only be adjusted to the various ratchet points on the mechanism, so you can’t always direct the snow absolutely where you want it to go.

Overall, though, this is a very good buy amongst electric snow blowers and if that category of machine is what you need, you won’t go far wrong with a Toro Power Curve.

Under normal wear and tear, it comes with a two-year warranty.

Buy the Power Curve 1800

Buy the 15 Amp Toro Power Curve electric snow blower at Amazon. You’ll almost certainly get the best deal online there and you’ll benefit from Amazon’s outstanding customer service.

Detailed Specification

Amperage (amps) / motorr 15A / series wound
Assembled Depth 44″
Assembled Height 38″
Assembled Width 18 inches
Auger diameter 7″
CSA Listed Yes
Chute rotation turning radius 160 degrees
Capacity/minute 700lbs/318kg
Chute Control Quick lever
Clearing Width 18 inches
Cord lock Yes
Deflector Zip deflector
Drive System Poly V belt
Intake height (in.) 12 inches
Weight 25lbs
Manufacturer Warranty 2yr full
Maximum extension cord length 150ft
Minimum rated extension cord 12 gauge
Rotor style 2 Blade Curved Rotor
Snow cut depth 1 pass 12 inches
Start Type Electric
Tire height 6 inches
Tire width 1.5 inches
Throw distance Up to 30 feet/9m

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