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    Ad (Expired) Toro 18" Electric Curve Snow Thrower for $126.91 Shipped

    Amazon.com has a great price on the Toro 1800 18-Inch 12 Amp Electric Curve Snow Thrower #38025.

    Item has a 4.5/5.0 from 220 customers.

    Pricegrabber Price : $297 ~ $324 Shipped

    1. Amazon Price : $141.01
    2. Coupon Price : -10% | Code : YARDSALE
    Final Price : $126.91 Shipped
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    It's like déj- vu again spazntwitch's Avatar
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    You are the MAN, Spoofee! Just ordered one for our snow storms!
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    Thanks, just ordered one. I told my husband we can be guaranteed it won't snow now that we'll have one.


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    Thanks

    Could have used it two weeks ago. After 10 hours of shoveling over 2 days, I'm glad I only have to spend $126 now!!!

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    Just got mine, but I needed it a month ago.

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    Thanks, Spoofee

    Just what I need to tackle our lake effect snows in Northeast Ohio.

    Excellent reviews on Amazon, my back is looking forward to years of relief.

    (mcneima - Wishful thinking - In an average winter we still have another 16" of snow to look forward to in Cleveland area, more if you are in the snow belt)
    Last edited by frharrell; 02-25-2007 at 01:00 PM. Reason: added snowfall comments

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    Bought is after the snowstorm ;-) for $240. got an adjustment from Amazon when it went to $200. Now have sent them another mail asking WTF??? So am expecting to see a lesser dent to my wallet. Reading the reviews, I hope am not gonna be disappointed but if I am, I'll probably find each of those who wrote a great review and ask them to shovel my driveway.

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    I bought this one 2 seasons ago and it has snowed a total of 3 inches here in Rhode island this season... I really wanted to use it a little this year, but oh well...
    Last season this little thing worked like a charm, it will throw snow beyond your expectations for an electric snow blower...and it is quiet, perfect fo someone with only a little storage space and those people that don't want to mess with gasoline...

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    The price for this now is $299. Congratulations to those who were able to get it for the cheaper price.

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    Yeah, really... I missed out. Ah well, I need to get out and do some shoveling...

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    Thumbs down Little Lost

    To those who missed the deal, you won't miss much. I had one of these (or an earlier model) and found it pretty worthless for snowfall heavier than 6 inches. Less than that and I decided it was too heavy to push around, so it sat in the garage until I finally got rid of it. Depends how much it snows where you live I suppose.

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    Glad I ordered mine yesterday - price is now $299. I needed a snowblower twice last year and once this year - this is great, don't have to mess with gas & oil mixtures and it looks like it doesn't take up much space.

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    Looks like Amazon partner "Home and Beyond" is now listing it at $199. Not as great a deal, but still pretty good.

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