Deals We Love: Craftsman Gas Snow Blower

There's still a lot of winter weather ahead. If you're still shoveling the driveway by hand, upgrade to a Craftsman snowblower. Save $100 on this one at Lowe's.

Winter days are short, but we can all agree that winter feels like the longest season. And there’s still a lot of winter left. That means snowstorms, blizzards and icy accumulation. If you’re still spending frigid mornings clearing the driveway and sidewalk with a shovel, it’s time to invest in a snow blower. (Here are 15 things you need to know about buying a snow blower.)

Right now, Lowe’s has a deal on Craftsman gas snow blowers. Kiss your shovel goodbye.

Craftsman Gas Snow Blower

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Why We Love It: Craftsman is a name we trust. And you need to trust your snow blower when you’re staring down a foot of accumulation before the work day starts.

The push button start combined with a 208cc engine eliminates having to pull-start (and pull and pull) a cold engine. How does it perform? The serrated steel augers cut through snow for faster clearing. And the reinforced steel housing is durable, even in tough conditions like Minnesota winters.

The self-propelled drive features six forward and two reverse speeds for precision control and versatility. The single-hand control locks in the speed so your other glove-lined hand can easily operate the chute and pitch control. The chute itself is 200 degrees for increased throwing distance and less snow thrown back in your face. Other features we love include an in-dash headlight for low-light snow blowing, and adjustable poly skid shoes to eliminate garage rust stains.

The Lowe’s sale offers this Craftsman gas snow blower for $799, or $100 off the original price of $899.  It comes with a two-year limited warranty. And, no more shoveling.

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Megan Wood
As Commerce Affiliate Marketing Editor, Megan helps Family Handyman readers find the best products to make their lives better, easier, and more joyful. She's contributed to The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, SELF, Refinery29, and Wisconsin Public Radio. When she’s not at her desk, you can probably find her walking her dog.