Power Smart DB7659

The gas-powered Power Smart DB7659 Series, and its relatives, the DB7659A Series present the snow blower buyer with some tough choice. Besides clearing width there really isn’t that much difference between them. Still, there are a few key attributes that differ. An outline of the details will help you along.

Power Smart DB7651

The Power Smart DB7651 Series of gas-powered snow blowers offers a lot of models to consider. But the similarities between them far outweigh the differences. That’s lucky. It means it’s not a horror to keep them straight and choose the one best for you. It’s no surprise that the major difference between the various Power Smart DB7651 models is the size.

Ariens 920021

I can’t figure out why Ariens named this snow blower the Compact 24. It’s anything but small. Still, compared to a 42″ behemoth I suppose this model qualifies. Best of all, it has a good portion of the snow clearing power of those truly large units.

Husqvarna 12527HV

The Husqvarna 12527HV snow thrower isn’t the largest model on the market. But if you need to plow something bigger than a 27″ wide, 23″ deep path you should probably be looking at a professional model. This gas-powered snow thrower has the power to plow through anything a homeowner is likely to encounter.

Murray 1695885

You have to wonder sometimes what goes through the minds of marketing people when they name products. It would be hard to find one with less zing than the Murray 1695885. Fortunately, this snow blower has a lot of zing where it counts: function!

Poulan Pro PR624ES

If you need a snow blower with high power and a large, quick-clearing auger you might think you have to give up ease of use. Think again. The Poulan Pro PR624ES might be the only model to combine these at a surprisingly affordable price. Once you start the PR624ES, something ultra easy to do thanks to the electric start feature, be prepared for some action.