Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Craftsman Snowblowers: They'll Make You Wish For Snow...

No one wants to shovel snow, especially when there's a foot or more of it. And paying others to do the job for us, over time, can cost as much as purchasing a snow thrower and doing the job easily, yourself. However, operating a snow blower is always a noisy experience for the user and everyone within your house's range. That is all changing now, with Craftsman's two new snow blower models.

(Craftsman has been around since 1927 and they are America's most trusted brand. Craftsman manufactures a line of tools, lawn, and garden equipment that is controlled by Sears. However, you can also find their tools in Kmart and other hardware stores. Consumers love Craftsman brands which include Craftsman, Craftsman Professional, and Craftsman Industrial. In addition to snow throwers, there are general mechanic's tools, portable hand power tools, lawn mowers, work benches and stationary power tools, garage door openers and many other offerings.)

Craftsman's new snow throwers are exceptional. They're up to just about any challenge you throw at them. America's quietest dual stage snow thrower engines are up to 45% quieter than all other Craftsman dual stage engines because of their acoustically engineered muffler. That technology reduces the 208cc engine's noise without affecting its performance. Protect your ears without having to wear extra protection because these throwers are super quiet. Your neighbors won't even know you're out there plowing away, and the quiet engine also aids in protecting you as you will hear surrounding noises without being distracted.

Dual stage throwers cover a large area with more power. Eight or more inches of snow is what they love the most. You will clear snow faster, get out of the cold faster, and have time to sit back and relax with a nice warm cup of hot chocolate.

Other features include the Deluxe Glide-Tech reversible skid shoes for damage free performance over pavers and bricks; a 26" clearing width; 21" intake height; push-button electric start; six forward and two reverse speeds; single-hand operation; and an extended chute.

There are two models. The 2-Way Joystick or 4-Way Joystick. The only difference is that the 4-Way boasts zero-turn steering for easy maneuvering. Both model's joysticks allow it to easily turn the direction of the chute, while aiding in heavy lifting to relieve body stress and pain brought on by clearing snow. These Joystick models are truly a joy to use, and they'll save you time and money.