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$67.49 list($89.99)
1. Toro 51598 Ultra Blower
$59.99 list($74.99)
2. Toro 51591 Super Blower/Vacuum
$39.99 list($64.99)
3. Toro 51460 7" 12-Volt Cordless
$439.99 list($459.00)
4. Lawn-Boy 10686 Insight Series
$6.99 list()
5. Toro 88185 Electric Trimmer Replacement
$44.99 list($49.99)
6. Toro 51464 8" Cordless Trimmer
$8.99 list($9.99)
7. Toro 88175 Electric Trimmer Replacement
$29.99 list($38.99)
8. Toro 51586 Power Sweep
$89.99 list($99.99)
9. Toro 51465 10" 24-Volt Cordless
$19.99 $19.49
10. Toro 51601 Vacuum Bag
$349.99
11. Lawn Boy 10367 6.5 HP Self Propelled
$299.00 list($379.00)
12. Toro 38025 1800 Power Curve Snow
$319.99 list($339.00)
13. Lawn-Boy 10683 Insight Series
$79.99 list($109.99)
14. Toro 51596 18" 14.4 Volt Hedge
$119.99 list($149.99)
15. Toro 38360 Electric Power Shovel
$9.98 list($14.47)
16. Lawn Mower Blade For Toro 21"
$64.99
17. Toro 51573 Rake & Vac
$19.99 list($13.95)
18. Toro 59801 Trash/Debris Pouch
$1.20
19. 5H Toro nozzle
$45.99 list()
20. Toro 51357 15" Trim & Edge

1. Toro 51598 Ultra Blower
list price: $89.99
our price: $67.49
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Asin: B00005V7KX
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 42
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With 225 mph of maximum force, the Toro Ultra Blower is a three-in-one machine--blower, vacuum, and leaf shredder--that's ready to rip through leaf-covered lawns with the power of a small hurricane. Better yet, you'll likely find it to be not only one of the most powerful lawn tools in your garage, but one of the most versatile as well. To facilitate the different uses, the blower comes with a quick-release latch for easy conversion as well as infinitely variable air control. In addition, the metal impeller mulches leaves with fearsome efficiency, reducing 16 bags of leaves down to a single bag. For those looking for a blower that'll make quick work of acres of matted-down leaves, Toro's Ultra Blower is up to the task. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more

Features

  • Variable air control
  • 225-miles-per-hour maximum air force will clear just about any lawn
  • Metal impeller for efficient mulching
  • Reduces 16 bags of leaves to 1
  • Converts from blower to vacuum mode with no tools necessary

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but they skimped on the details.
I've used this for 6 months now. My primary interest was for its mulching of leaves, so I can compost them. I've run out of space in my woods, and throwing them away seems like a waste. I've used the blower too.

It works great sucking up leaves. The pieces are generally chipped to perhaps half to 1 fingernail in size. As to how much it reduces the volume, I took a mostly dry slightly overfull wheelbarrow full of leaves - and it was reduced to a little less than half-full after running it thru the machine. So that's roughly a 2:1 reduction, not 16:1, as Toro advertises. It's good enough for my needs, in terms of composting. (Mulching the leaves adds an extra 40 degrees of heat to the composting process, in a compost tumbler, 160 vs. 120 degrees.)

The blower works well too. The variable speed makes it easier to control where leaves go. I gathered leaves from one tree into a pile in 5 minutes, and vacuumed them up in another 10 minutes, filling (stuffing) one 39 gallon 'lawn & leaf bag' (so 2 bags worth, unshredded). I've also blown dirt, weeds, rocks, gravel and other crud off my driveway (2500 sq. feet) in a matter of ~10 minutes, which would take perhaps an hour to sweep by hand.

And I suspect, and was told in correspondence with a well-known Consumer's magazine, that the magnesium impeller should last a lot longer than other models, which are typically made of plastic. That was my primary reason for buying it. We'll see on that score. So far, its holding up.

Where Toro missed:
it doesn't do well with leaves that have virtually any amount of moisture to them IF they've decayed (meaning last year's). They jam up the outlet passage within 1-3 minutes (going in to the bag), as well as the crevice area around the impeller. You have to unplug it, undo the bag attachment, and access the impeller region, and fish around with your finger, digging out all the wet gunk which has been chopped in a very fine mess. Freshly fallen leaves which are wet don't cause this problem. Skimp # 1: Toro didn't bother to include some plastic gadget for digging out the stuff, so you scrape your knuckles quite a bit (I'm afraid of using a screwdriver and ruining the impeller).

Skimp # 2: the bag, the cord, and the handles seem backward to me. But then, I'm left handed, and most of the world seems backward to me. The vac is still quite useable, backward though it is, but Toro seems to have chosen to ignore 10% of the population that is left handed, which doesn't impress me.

Skimp #3: in that it's electric, you're chained to a cord. The owner's manual says not to go over 150' in length, and to use 14 gauge for that distance. I happen to like 12 gauge cord for long distances, and that's what I own - and the 'cord lock' (a piece of plastic on the handle) is not big enough to handle 12 gauge cord. C'mon Toro! What's it cost to make it a smidgeon bigger to handle a larger size extension cord??

Skimp #4: in converting from blower to vac or the other way around, you have to omit certain pieces of equipment from the machine, both large and small. There's no place to store them, on the machine. So, I suspect they'll be either easy to lose or misplace. Or a pain to keep track of. It would be far nicer if the small pieces were storable, and Toro had figured out a way to make the large pieces in such a way so that they could be left on the machine at all times (e.g. the blower has a bottom cover that has to be removed so the vac has access to the impeller. Why not have a sliding door for that cover piece?)

Skimp #5: the bag is tiny. It fills up in ~3 minutes, and that is 1/3 of a lawn and leaf bag. And your property involves how many lawn and leaf bags for you? i.e. A lot of stopping and emptying. One company's product, as I recall, has a set up where the vac empties in to a garbage can directly.

Overall, it does what I want and need, and I'm happy. But it's not without its faults, and I expected better from a company of Toro's reputation.

4-0 out of 5 stars Toro 51598 Ultra Blower
I purchased this itme last year and have been very happy with it. Its so easy to use and it is very powerful. I don't even have to have the power on all the way and it gets the job done. I love that adjustable power knob. And it is true what the description says about it reducing 16 bags of leaves to 1. It has a stainless steel mulching blade. The only bad thing i have to say about it is that there is no different shaped attachments for different jobs. Other than that i recommend this blower to everyone, it is the best! It will also work with 200 feet worth of cord. I bought 2 100 feet cords, and the blower works fine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Died in less than a year
I purchased this blower last summer. I did not use it very much and now it has burned out. I am trying to get the warranty honored by Toro's service centers. I will see if they will honor the two year warranty, but I would not buy this blower again. Less than a year of service and it burns out, that is lousy workmanship.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ultra Blower Rocks It!
I can't get over how hard the Toro blows. I live in a forested villa where I often get mounds of leaves falling into my drive-way. It used to be a big problem, but with my Toro, those leaves practically jump off my driveway, screaming in terror. Also works well against my ex-wife when she asks for the child support. Ha ha! I would recommend this for anyone who hates leaves as much as I do. And no one hates leaves as much as I do. Especially in fall.

5-0 out of 5 stars good blower
If you don't need a gas blower this does the job very well. I use it mostly for cleaning off the driveway and patio. It can of course work the leaves too. You'll be pleased. ... Read more


2. Toro 51591 Super Blower/Vacuum
list price: $74.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B000059MT3
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 160
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Hang on to Toto when you fire this baby up--the air blast out ofthis blower is phenomenal! The literature says it produces up to a 215mph current, and they're not kidding. It converts in a few seconds to avacuum by removing the inlet tube and cover; just hook the front of thevacuum tube on and snap. Attach the generous bag and you're ready topick up the mountain of leaves you've blown. As it vacuums, the fanimpeller will mulch the leaves down, too, reducing 10 bags to 1. Welike the ergonomic handle and the comfortable strap. The tubes aresturdy and won't crack if you accidentally whack them. It's a lightunit at 7.3 pounds, and it's not nearly as loud as most, though at 69decibels, you'll still want to wear ear protection. Bravo, Toro!--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Two-year full warranty
  • Blower's 210 mph maximum air force clears sticks, debris and large, heavy leaves
  • Converts from blower to vacuum mode quickly--no tools needed
  • Two-speed motor gives you control in both blower and vacuum modes
  • Exclusive cord lock system holds the cord firmly in place

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars great for the price
I have been using this blower vac for a few months now and am really shocked by how well it works. I was a bit skeptical at first, but the blower changes very easily into a vacuum and vice versa. I use it to blow leaves into a pile then suck them up to use on my garden as mulch, bye bye leaves and bye bye weeds in my garden. The job of raking and sweeping leaves that used to take me hours, now only takes minutes. I can blow down my patio, suck up all the leaves and have the place looking great ten minutes before guests arrive. If you are like me and have a great backyard that you entertain in then pick this baby up and cut your work time by 50%!

Get yourself a long extension cord with this purchase also. The noise and pollution of this blower/vac is virtually non existent. I was shocked by how low the noise level was. I use the low setting for around other garden plants and when i really need the power switch it to high. Like another reviewer i had a small delay in shipping but it was worth the wait!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value for a very useful tool in a small yard
I wish I'd bought this Toro several months ago. We have a small yard in San Diego. Our next door neighbor has a huge ficus tree that sheds a lot of leaves in our yard. We already have 20 or so bags of debris stacked on the side of the house. I tried this blower out for the first time yesterday. In low power mode, it was able to push the leaves out of a cedar-chipped area without distuburbing the cedar chips too much. It's noisy, but not so noisy that you need ear protection. The vacuum mulcher seems to work well so far. Low power suction doesn't pull in too much, but high power works well. For a really large amount of leaves, it would probably be easier to rake, but for our small California yard it's perfect. I was concerned about the plastic impeller being able to handle all pea-sized seeds among the leaves, but so far so good. I'm not sure if the compression is really 10-to-1, but it definitely makes a difference. I haven't tried it with wet leaves, but in San Diego the leaves aren't wet very often so that's not a concern. The unit was easy to set up out of the box, and easy to switch back and forth between modes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value. Awesome blower
THe blower is awesome, and not terribly loud.

The vac isnt good for vacuuming your van's carpet, but for clearing grass clippings off of your driveway, it is beautiful.

For the price this simply cannot be beaten.

4-0 out of 5 stars Impeller info # 100-9068
Hey, all you whiny people who say they've looked all over heck and back for a new impeller. It's identified on the Toro site as # 100-9068 and my local hardware store charged $7 plus shipping, so I bought two. Yes, they do break easily, but I don't think I'll try sucking any more rocks...

5-0 out of 5 stars The best blower in the market!!!
I love it because its 1) Easy to start 2) has superb power 3) runs smoothly...I am on the fairly small side and find its perfect for me over those big ol' gas blowers I simply can't handle much less start up. My husband loves it because, even though he is a big guy, it makes small work out of our large orchard of walnut leaves!!!! In fact, watching him go into the garage, I find he picks up that little blower of mine with all the power over his big monster gas blower...when asked, he declares, its simple...more air and less work!! ... Read more


3. Toro 51460 7" 12-Volt Cordless Trimmer
list price: $64.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005V7KV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 1759
Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

The portability of gas power without the mixing and pull-cord, the ease and reliability of AC power without being tethered by an extension cord, Toro's 12-volt trimmer is a first-rate unit for homeowners. A 12-volt battery offers a run time of at least 45 minutes, more than enough for the average yard. The D-shaped handle’s curve balances the trimmer’s 10 pounds nicely in hand, and we especially like the wide-grip trigger. It comes out of the box fully assembled, needing only a 12-hour charge to be ready to run. The spool holds 10 feet of .065 line, and spool replacement is a snap--literally—-because no tools are needed. Just bump the head to advance more line. We like this trimmer for its light weight, ease of handling, impressive run time, and great price.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Battery provides up to 45 minutes of run time
  • Cordless 12-volt unit - user is not constrained by an extension cord
  • Bump and feed line advance for continuous cutting
  • Tool-free spool replacement
  • Exclusive extension cord-lock prevents disconnects

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to assemble
Either Toro changed the design, or some of the other reviewers are mechnically challenged. Either way, the the trimmer snaps together in 2 seconds and is ready to charge. Couldn't have been easier.

A detachable battery would have been nice for those who don't have outlets easily available where we store our lawn equipment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent little trimmer
I don't understand the complaints about this product. It came in three parts and was very easy to assemble. The bottom snaps to the middle section, no tools or bolts... it's angled so you can't really put it together wrong (well, I suppose you could, but not if you make sure the cord is straight like the instructions say to). The top attaches with 2 nuts and bolts (included), also very easy to do. Five minute assembly I would say for the average person who doesn't read directions...

Very handy to not have to unplug my mower to trim. I like it.

Oh, I should mention that you don't need to push in the little button on top once you start it (someone was saying it made them tired), it's a safety interlock to keep the big trigger from being accidentally activated.. once you have the big trigger in, you don't need to hold the smaller interlock button on top to run the trimmer. Now I've used it multiple times and am still very happy with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Does the job, but you get what you pay for.
First, I'll say I'm satisfied with this trimmer, given what I paid for it (not much). But... if you have a large yard, or are concerned about long-term quality, I recommend a higher-end unit. Although the trimmer arrived in only three pieces, for the life of me I could NOT assemble it - the top two pieces would not "click" together; I had to duct-tape them. The trimmer works well, but it's heavy for its size. You'll find your hands and arms getting fatigued after about 10 minutes from vibration and holding the on switch.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disasterous Product
I'm a 57-year-old woman and I have assembled tons of stuff. But whew! I have had a miserable experience with this 7" cordless trimmer. Please read this to the end before buying ANY Toro product. I am dismayed at the trimmer, and more dismayed at the company's attitude.
On the box, Toro states that their trimmer is EASY to assemble and assembles in minutes. It was horrendously not easy and took a long time! Furthermore, in spite of great time-consuming frustrations and attempts to be careful, when I finally had it assembled, the seams along the casing began to crack open.
Now, there are parts on this trimmer that, once connected, lock permanently, although the manual doesn't tell you about this.
I tried to fix the problem (following instructions about opening the trimmer handle in the manual), and ended up with some pieces that I was nervous about putting back together.
In disgust, I finally took the thing back to the store.

The manager had me call Toro from his telephone. I explained my dilemma calmly and politely asked Toro simply to refund my money. Understand, this catastrophe had already cost me several hours and plus an afternoon of driving back to the store.
The Toro people with whom I spoke were completely inflexible, humorless and very hard-hearted. Wow, could they use a course in customer relations!
They refused to back up their product, and couldn't care less about the fact that the box said "easy" to assemble, implying that I was some kind of idiot (but read on!). They recommended I take my brand new trimmer to a place where I would have to pay to have it repaired, IF it could be repaired! I was startled and dismayed by their "too bad--tough" response. They completely shrugged me off.
The store, as shocked as I at Toro's attitude, graciously decided to replace the trimmer with a new one. (I don't know if they had to swallow this one or not.)
This time, the store manager assembled the new trimmer for me. Now, he was a big guy who is used to mechanical things.
It took him a LONG time to assemble, the manual was as confusing to him as to me, and as he struggled with some cables that wouldn't budge, grunting and groaning, he kept saying, "This is NOT easy! This just won't go together!" Finally he was able to assemble it, using brute strength, but he was really disgusted and completely saw my point by the time he was done.

Okay, here's the icing on my complaint. Today I used the trimmer for only the third time, and suddenly the entire cap holding the trimming mechanism just flew off the bottom, nearly missing my ankles! I couldn't get it back on. There was nothing whatsoever in the manual about how to re-attach this, nor was the Toro website even remotely helpful.
In summary: Toro has a lousy product, including false advertising on the box, and refuses to take responsibility. If they had refunded my money as requested in the beginning, eventually I might buy more of their products.

But not backing up what they say about this trimmer ("Easy to assemble; assembles in minutes"), plus its dangerous performance has convinced me that I will never buy another Toro product in my life.
Now, I am in business, too. Today a customer returned a product which she claimed was defective. It wasn't, but I replaced it at no cost cheerfully.
Buyer, beware of Toro. Purchase products from companies that back up what they sell, and who don't sell things that fall apart dangerously

4-0 out of 5 stars Good so far
This product has been great so far. I have had this trimmer for about two weeks. The first time I used it the battery ran low after about 30 min. The second time I used it (after charging all week) the battery must have been more completely charged since it didn't become low after over 30 min. of use. Its a whole lot more convenient to use than my old gas trimmer and it doesn't sound like an airplane flying over. The trimmer line that was on it when new did break quite often and I replaced it with line from a bulk reel of 0.065 line. This line is more durable and I have not had to add more line yet. The unit is somewhat heavy and can get tiring if you have a lot of trimming to do. It would be nice if there were places on the trimmer to add a support strap. The bump feed mechanism works flawlessly. I have never had the line to become tangled or fail to dispense as it should. For the price and convenience, I don't think you can find a better trimmer. ... Read more


4. Lawn-Boy 10686 Insight Series 21-Inch Power Mower with Sens-a-Speed & Electric Start
list price: $459.00
our price: $439.99
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Asin: B0007OER26
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 501
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Amazon.com Review

The Lawn-Boy 10686 eases everyone’s least favorite weekend task in a number of ways. No more yanking on a stubborn cord--an easy electric starter means the powerful Tecumseh LV 195 engine thrums to life with the turn of a key. A Sens-a-Speed self-propel system guides the mower without depending on the sweat of your brow, and even adjusts automatically to match the operator’s natural walking speed (up to four miles an hour). Finally, a three-in-one system lets you choose between rear-bagging grass clippings, discharging them through a side chute, or mulching, to give your lawn a shot of 100% natural fertilizer. Switching from one function to another is quick, easy, and involves no tools whatsoever.

The 10686 also comes loaded with thoughtful comfort features like easy-adjusting handle height, soft ergonomic grips, and a one-handed, easy-lift bag. Step once on the quick-stow lever to have the handle fold at a ninety-degree angle; step twice for flat, 180-degree storage, allowing even the bag to stow away neatly. The 21-inch steel cutting deck is durable, lightweight, and simple to maneuver. Combined with the unit’s easy-turn wheels, it means the 110686 is exceptionally uncomplicated for even smaller persons to handle in turns and tight corners. This mower is covered by a full two-year warranty. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Full 2-year warranty
  • Gas-powered, self-propelled mower; effortless electric starter
  • 3-in-1 system collects clippings, discharges through a side chute, or turns into mulch
  • Powerful Tecumseh LV 195 engine with 6.5 horsepower; Sens-a-Speed drive system adjusts to match your natural walking speed
  • Quick-stow lever; easy-adjusting handle height; 1-handed easy-lift bag

5. Toro 88185 Electric Trimmer Replacement Spool

our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00005V7KY
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 6789
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Features

  • Easily replaces empty spools, no need to wind
  • No tools needed

6. Toro 51464 8" Cordless Trimmer
list price: $49.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B0006U66CK
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 467
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Bump & feed line advance for continuous cutting
  • No tools spool replacement
  • Adjustable assist handle for maximum comfort

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all.
Street price is $49.99, available at Home Depot and Target. Assembly was fairly straightforward. The lower half (cutting head and motor) snaps into the upper half (shaft, battery and handle). The instructions said to push any slack power cord between the lower and upper half into the upperhalf, but that didn't work. Just push the cord into the lower half instead and the two halves snap together easily. The handle then attaches via a bolt and finger-tightened nut. The handle position is adjustable. The instructions state that a full 24 hour charge is required before first use.
Thetrimmer worked well, taking down grass and some minor yard weeds. I live on a 90 x 110 lot in the burbs, with a separate garage. There are flower beds around the entire house, one side of the garage, and there are four trees. I did not experience any loss of power, however, I only edged for about 10-15 minutes, and not with the power on all the time, only start/stop operation on an as-needed basis. With an 8 inch radius, you will have to get used to edging with the hub much closer to your target cut area. Note that even a small gas-powered trimmer such as the WeedEater FL20 (15" wide cut path), $68 at WalMart, has a radius almost twice that. Once you adjust to this paradigm, you shouldn't have any problems. I discovered that a small radius is great for cutting stray grass/weeds in flower beds, without laying low the Missus' geraniums. Balance felt good (with the handle positioned straight forward), and the unit is very light (~6.5 lbs according to the literature), making it easy to haul around. The on/off power control (no throttle!) is a two part system, with a thumb safety switch which must be pushed forward before the handle can be squeezed. The safety switch is fairly easy to nudge forward, enabling you to depress the power handle only. Once you do so, the thumb switch need not be constantly pushed forward, allowing you to rest that digit (whew). The bump line feed worked flawlessly and the sharp cutting blade is firmly held on by two screws, making it replaceable. The body is indeed made of Toro red plastic, so don't drop the trimmer onto the driveway like you always do after you're done ( - ;The battery is a sealed lead-acid type, which is serviceable at a Toro dealer. I'm sure if you could get your hands on a battery you could do the replacement yourself, as the body is just screwed together. Lead-acid batteries dislike extremes in temperature, deep discharges, and long term storage without a constant charge. (Has to do with "irreversible" sulfation of the electrode plates over time, and also electrolyte issues... Technically, you can reverse sulfation with overcharging, but you would need a programmable power source, and I don't have one.) Indeed, the manual recommends that you keep the unit plugged into the charger when not in use. It further states that there is "no memory effect" and is impossible to overcharge. As such, a charging cradle would have been nice, but probably wasn't feasible for the fifty dollar price. There is a 2 year warranty.Short term, I'm satisfied with my purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars A trimmer worth buying
My first Toro wireless trimmer croaked after 14 years of regular use.So I didn't hesitate buying another one despite reading a negative review, and I'm not disappointed.The first one was a 6 volt model - which was excellent for trimming around trees without shredding their bark.I have a gas powered trimmer for the heavy work around streams and clearing brush - but prefer less power around trees and shrubs.This is a significantly better trimmer than the former- plenty of power with a durable battery.Highly recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars More plastic to fill the land fills.
This product is not a good product.It fails to meet any type of standard.Substandard for small to medium yard.No power.No reach (very small radius).After 3 uses, this item was put up for the winter.Wouldn't recharge the old battery or a new one.NOT WORTH IT. ... Read more


7. Toro 88175 Electric Trimmer Replacement Spool
list price: $9.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B000059MTF
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 7650
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easily replaces empty spools
  • No need to wind

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great item
I love this product.It is very easy to replace.It is a realy good value for the great price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great item
This is very easy to replace. It is great value. ... Read more


8. Toro 51586 Power Sweep
list price: $38.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000CBJBB
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 4032
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Features

  • 140 mph maximum air force
  • Light weight - only 5 pounds
  • Exclusive cordlock system

9. Toro 51465 10" 24-Volt Cordless Trimmer
list price: $99.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005V7KW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 3285
Average Customer Review: 3.28 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

Here’s cordless convenience with the power of Toro. The 24-volt battery is as hungry as any gas-powered engine, but there’s no pull-cord hassle at startup, no running out of oil/gas mix, no fumes, no cords to lug. Just powerful trimming and edging in a lightweight workhorse. The bump-feed head supplies just the right length of 0.65 line whether you’re trimming or edging. Toro’s best innovation on this model is building two triggers into the handle, so the trimmer becomes an edger just by turning it over. It’s a couple pounds heavier than its competitors because of the bigger battery, but the soft-grip handle and shoulder strap keep fatigue at bay.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Includes shoulder strap for comfortable operation
  • Adjustable assist handle for easy control
  • Edge guide and vegetation guard makes it easy to be precise
  • Bump-feed line advance for continuous cutting
  • No-tool spool replacement saves time and hassle

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Too Bad Dumbed Down
Look, I dunno about any spool head probs or easy breaking line that I've read below - my use has been just fine in that regard. In fact, product is just fine in almost all regards. Its powerful (for my use at least - as avg. homeowner), the tap-to-extend-line is new to me from my old trimmer and works well in my opinion, the 8" vs 10" feature seems fine by me too - the 8" length (who cares if its actual 8 or 5 or 11 or etc.) keeps the line inside inside the secondary guard for sensitive trimming or for edging. Yes its heavy, but the shoulder strap helps to balance that. Yes its powerful, at least as well as the previous consumer grade electric trimmer this replaces, yes it holds a charge well (my trimming is maybe 2 hours for the whole kit-and-kaboodle).

the only problem? the ... trigger! geez, who ever designed this trigger needs to be fired. I'm a strong guy and don't find the trimmer too heavy or unwieldly (though some may), but the trigger made me stop several times to rest! yes, the trigger! it KILLS your thumb. first, some genius put a tirgger lock on the thing so you have to depress a safety switch at same time you depress trigger. Then, if you even slightly let go of the trigger, the safety lock kicks back in and kills the thing! and there's no full-lock-on I could find. So, you either have to keep trigger fully depressed at all times (by really squeezing), or you gotta keep usign that safety switch with your thumb. I'm still happy, and wouldn;t change it, but god its a really dumb thing for them to do. try it, you'll see.......

(also, i read somewhere its a lead hydride battery (or whatever) and not the NiMH battery often found in cell phones, etc. Thus, I think common wisdom holds you should fully discharge the battery before recharging since they have a "memory effect".)

good luck

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice design - but don't confuse it with gas powered trimmers
This is a good quality, easy to assemble trimmer. Althought the unit is quite heavy it has a nice balance & feel. The motor has adaquate power for most light to medium grass. The trimmer line thickness is the major weakness of this unit, it is .065 & breaks quite often. Athought the bump & feed head works well it is a pain to advance line all the time. If you have light grass to edge & a small area I would recommend the unit. If you have heavy grass & weeds or a larger yard I would highly recommend you invest...in a good quality gas trimmer(echo, John Deere, toro). Even the smallest 21cc gas models have LOTS more power & a much more substantial trim head & line.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH THIS JUNK
This has got to be the worst invention by TORO ever made. I bought this to replace another battery powered weedeater a RYOBI, I should have just bought another one of them, which is What I will do after this one is returned. EVERYTHING that you read BAD about this in all the reviews is TRUE and then some. In the first 10 second of using this I realized I made a very very bad purchase. too HEAVY string BREAKS........... trigger is a hassle I could go on and on but won't Take my word for it DON'T BUY IT!!!!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy
Don't understand the reviews below. The "trigger" reqires very little force. It's a little heavy, but it's battery powered. My 5'0" tall 95lbs wife uses it and has no problems. I would highly recommend product.

2-0 out of 5 stars Clunky, heavy, reasonably powerful.
I'm in agreement with the others who are unhappy with this unit. It's heavy, the strap is inadequate, and the amount of hand power required to depress the trigger and safety is ridiculous. After 15 minutes of use, I can barely manage 30 seconds of on time (male, 36 years old, no degenerative skeletal or muscular problems.) The line does break frequently. It won't take down weeds with stems bigger than pencils. Since I own it already and my yard is small I'll probably disable the trigger safety and rewind the core with heavier line, warrantee be damned. Would not buy again, would not recommend. ... Read more


10. Toro 51601 Vacuum Bag
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0001Q2W2W
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 3066
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Features

  • Durable canvas
  • Heavy duty zipper
  • Adjustable shoulder strap

11. Lawn Boy 10367 6.5 HP Self Propelled Walk Power Mower w. Bag
list price: $349.99
our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001Q2W90
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 12971
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Variable speeds for tricky terrain and reduced choking
  • Easy Stride self-propel system for less operator fatigue
  • Staggered wheel deck design allows for closer trimming in tight places
  • Patented blade design for superior mulching without bagging
  • 6.5 hp, 4-Cycle Tecumseh engine for longer life and powerful mowing

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Read All Reviews For This Style of Deck
Before purchasing this style of lawnmower which is made by Lawnboy/Toro, I would suggest looking at all products that have the off set wheel deck... or staggered deck and read all reviews.

If you take the time to do this, you will see that this is a very poor design!

Please keep in mind that it does not matter if the machine is self propelled or push type. It also does not matter if it is a two stroke or a four stroke engine.

The problem I have experienced is the poor quality and very poorly designed deck.

Before buying this type of lawnmower, ask your self, "If it is so great... why do they offer a two year warranty?" My advice would be if a tool or machine has a two year warranty, do not buy it!

Also, please keep in mind that the Toro Company is based in Bloomington, MN! I would be very skeptical of any positive review from that part of the country.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mower-great value
The best purchase I have ever made value-wise. This mower delivers the best cut I have ever gotten from a walk-mower and I have owned the best brands available.

Keep in mind, the product description is not accurate-the mower deck is steel, not aluminum.

4-0 out of 5 stars We love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We use it and love these lawn mover. Very easy to start and to move. The only problem was the bag but lawn boy sent us out a new one. ... Read more


12. Toro 38025 1800 Power Curve Snow Thrower
list price: $379.00
our price: $299.00
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Asin: B00005OQMG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 20
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Remember when snow days meant snowball fights, building forts, and a day off from school? Now, they just mean having to shovel the driveway and walkway. Lucky for us, the Toro 1800 Power Curve snow thrower can make that job a lot less arduous and time-consuming. Powered by a 12 amp electric motor, the Power Curve can clear 4 inches of snow off a 50-by-20-foot driveway in 10 minutes flat. The thrower cuts to a depth of 10 inches and width of 18 inches per pass. A patented two-blade curved rotor scrapes the snow all the way to the pavement and throws it up to 30 feet. The chute rotates 160 degrees, too, for better snow control. Best of all, the Power Curve is lightweight, compact, and maneuverable. Startups are easy. Just squeeze the trigger on the control bar, then release it when you want to stop. A key lock helps prevent unauthorized use, so you don't have to worry about kids, or even the neighbor borrowing it without permission. With the Power Curve, snow removal is quick and easy, so you can spend your time on more important things, like having snowball fights. --Carl Thress ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight (24 lbs.) and easy to handle
  • Maintenance-free: no gas and oil to mix; no parts to lubricate; and no recoil to pull
  • 10-inch depth of cut and 18-inch clearing width
  • Throws snow up to 30 feet
  • Clears 700 lbs. of snow per minute and scrapes it down to the pavement

Reviews (42)

5-0 out of 5 stars Man! I am so happy
I live in Northern Va. We had our first two snows of the year. One of those heavy wet snows that Doctors tell us 63 year olds to avoid. Total snowfall 10 inches. I live in a townhouse, but with a lot of sidewalk (40 feet X 8 feet wide) plus two parking spaces and a patio. Now, with this machine (It dosent look like much when it's delivered.) I did the entire thing in 30mins which includes a little break. It did'nt throw slushy snow 30 feet but it threw it a heck of a lot farther than I could with a shovel. I believe it would throw fluffy snow 30 feet. Cord is a hassle, but something has to be( but no rope to pull or carburators to fool with or gasoline to store. I don't have a garage.) It weighs about 25 lbs, easy to carry and store. A job that used to take all morning ( with numerous rests now is over in 30mins. When I was 40 I would have laughed at a snow blower, but now, at 63 I am delighted.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value
Great value and it did what it promised. Compact, light weight, no maintenance, and always started. After last President's Day snow, I decided never to break my back again. Looked around for a snow thrower. Most everything was expensive gas-powered lawn-mower size machines. In this part of Maryland we don't get that many snow storms and I have only a 30 feet 2-car drive-way. So, I wasn't willing to spend that much for using 5 or 6 times a year. This is under $300 and has sufficient power to get me out of the house in 15 minutes, including few extra minutes for untangling the extension chord (not included), clearing about 4-5 inches this morning. Good job Toro.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Invention since the George Foreman Grill
I live in NYC and I just used this snow thrower during the last nor'easter, in which we received 6 inches of snow. I just got home from work and there were my three neighbors: Mr. Nosey and Mr. and Mrs. Know-it-all half way done shoveling their driveways. "A lot of snow we got, eh, Crab. You got your work cut out for you!" With that the three of them started to smirk. Little did they know I had a secret weapon: The Toro 38025 1800 Power Curve Snow Thrower which I had sent to me under the cover of darkness away from their prying eyes. Tired, cold, hungry and scared, I plugged that bad boy in and off I went. Within 30 minutes, I plowed my driveway to concrete while my snoopy neighbors were still digging away. I guess I got the last laugh. There was no hassle,no fuss, no gas, no oil, no spark plugs. It's also light weight and I was able to lift it and plow a snow drift. It's so small and compact that it takes little space inside my house. Just a caveat: you should spend the 10 extra bucks for the 100' cord. My only regret is that I should have bought the Toro last year!

5-0 out of 5 stars WE LOVE THIS THING!
No more shoveling for us! Using this easy to use snowblower is like pushing a vaccumm cleaner! We whrrrr down our sidewalks in half an hour - compared to what used to take us an hour and a half! We even do the neighbors' walks now - it goes so fast! Handles a pretty heavy snowfall with two passes sometimes - but its still very fast, and easier on us than the old shovel.

Something we first time snowblowers learned pretty fast: just be careful to make sure the chute is pointed downwind of you. :D

4-0 out of 5 stars Save your back!
I had back surgery a couple of years ago and find it impossible to shovel snow without my back hurting. I bought this lightweight Toro and it is great; no more back pain after removing snow.The cord can be in the way sometimes, but it is a minor inconvenience considering how well it removes the snow. ... Read more


13. Lawn-Boy 10683 Insight Series 21" Walk Power Mower
list price: $339.00
our price: $319.99
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Asin: B0007OER1W
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: The Toro Company
Sales Rank: 836
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Features

  • Tecumseh LV 195 engine
  • 3-in-1 system: side-discharge, mulch, or rear bag
  • Easy Stow Knobs

14. Toro 51596 18" 14.4 Volt Hedge Trimmer
list price: $109.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B000059MT4
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 9277
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Two-year full warranty
  • Dual action blades reduce vibration and provides clean, precise trimming
  • 30 minutes of continuous run time
  • Comfort grip handle for better control and less fatigue
  • Assist handle for left and right handed users

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars good hedge trimmer
I find the trimmer very well balanced and there is a minimium of vibration. The trimmer may not have the power of a corded version but not having to deal with a cord is well worth any small loss of power. It works well and has enough power for what I use it for. The charger also serves as a hanger for the unit. My only complaint is with the battery/charger. According to the owners manual, leaving the trimmer on the charger while it is plugged in over 24 hours may damage the battery. Toro recommends plugging the charger in a minimium of 3 hours before use. Otherwise the trimmer can hanger on the charger as long as the charger is unplugged. Maybe not a big deal if you remember to plug it in before you start your lawn care duties. It would be nice to plug in the charger, hang the trimmer on it and use it at will without some planning ahead of time.

In summary, it is a quality trimmer at a good price with a minor irratation. ... Read more


15. Toro 38360 Electric Power Shovel Plus
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0002ST948
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 8
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Features

  • No gas and oil to mix - simply plug it in and go
  • Clears snow up to 6 inches deep from side-walks, steps, and decks
  • Powerful 7.5 amp motor throws snow up to 20 feet
  • Clears debris from most hard surfaces
  • Great for seasonal outdoor clean-up projects

16. Lawn Mower Blade For Toro 21" Mowers
list price: $14.47
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Asin: B0001BKA4E
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Silver Streak
Sales Rank: 17639
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Product Description

Replacement blade for 21" Toro mowers including the Toro recycler series and rear bag mowers. Replaces Toro Numbers 14-9419,91-2256-03,42-1000 ... Read more

Features

  • 21" Blade with 7/16" center
  • Mulcher and rear bag set up
  • Fits Toro # 14-9419, 91-2256-03, 42-1000

17. Toro 51573 Rake & Vac
list price: $64.99
our price: $64.99
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Asin: B000059MT2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 3904
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Two-year full warranty
  • Increased power and performance - up to 190 mph air speed
  • Reduces 8 bags of leaves to 1
  • Exclusive cord lock system
  • Converts from blower to vacuum mode with no tools needed

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Blowing power is great; haven't tried vac/mulching yet
After cutting our lawn, we'd always have grass clippings lying over our front porch, sidewalk, and driveway. I got so tired of always getting out there with a broom - which only cleared about half of the mess - that I decided to buy a blower. When I saw the difference in price between a blower and a blower/vac/mulcher was very little, I decided to give the Toro 51573 a try.

After cutting the lawn again, I was anxious to try out my new toy. The first time I turned it on I literally elevated on to my toes... That's how much power this thing has. It was so liberating to watch our grass leftovers be COMPLETELY cleared from every area in less than ten miutes. I also blew all of the little pebbles off of our driveway, and I plan on tackling all the dirt and debris that's found a resting spot on our garage floor. Of course, when using the blower you have to be careful where you aim. Once I accidently let the blowing stream get too close to my mulch and had to go patch that spot later - LOL.

I can actually say that I'm looking forward to fall when all the leaves drop so I can try out the vac/mulching capabilities. My father - who is near 60 - has two giant trees in his front yard and three in his back yard. Every year he has to rake around 30 bags of leaves, and I'd like to give him a break. After the Toro 51573 and I have a go at his yard later this year, I'll update my review with the results...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
The toro rake and vac is a great product. I am disabled and have problems raking so many leaves in my yard, and then cleaning them up. This has helped so much because it shortens the time i need to be raking, then mulches the leaves down real great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent power for the money!
Bought it last Summer, works great for blow/vac leaves, etc. Used to blow the rocks out of my yard after a long winter season of sanding and salting. Worked great. Would certainly recommend. Has a lot of power for the price. ... Read more


18. Toro 59801 Trash/Debris Pouch
list price: $13.95
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000059MTB
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 17686
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Features

  • Attaches easily with four Velcro strips to any lawnmower handle
  • Bag is resistant to rotting and mildew
  • You do not have to stop your mowing to throw away debris in yard

19. 5H Toro nozzle

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Asin: B0006GCHHW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
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Product Description

Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzles simplify the design process by allowing sprinklers with various arcs and radii to be mixed on the same circuit. They fit all Rain Bird spray heads and shrub adapters. ... Read more

Features

  • 5 Foot Half Circle Nozzle
  • Matched precipitation rates for even water distribution.
  • Nozzles are color coded for easy identification
  • Fits all Toro Type Spray Heads and Shrub Adaptors
  • Stainless steel adjustment screw to adjust flow and radius.

20. Toro 51357 15" Trim & Edge

our price: $45.99
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Asin: B000087BK6
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Toro
Sales Rank: 12993
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

A wide 15-inch cutting swath is just the beginning of what sets this trimmer apart from the pack. A hungry 4-amp motor powers the bump-fed line, trimming up whatever vegetation you feed it. When it’s time to replace the spool, no tools are needed. Lawn perfection is well within reach because of Toro’s clever edge guide/vegetation guard, a wire form that won’t let you trim what you don’t intend to and will keep you in line. We especially like the way Toro’s structured the handle: with one simple twist, you convert the trimmer to an edger, eliminating the strain of holding a trimmer at an awkward angle. Toro’s even built in two trigger switches so they’re accessible no matter which wayyou’re using the tool. At 7 pounds, it’s easily maneuverable, yet tough enough to chomp the coarsest weeds.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Exclusive extension cord lock prevents accidental disconnects
  • Dual trigger handle switches easily switch between trimming and edging
  • Variable-width cutting system for added control
  • Bump feed line advance system for continuous cutting
  • No-tool spool replacement saves time and hassle

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars bump feed goes bump in the night
I purchased a Toro electric to replace the Weed Eater that over a couple of years had lost its ability to feed line -- also by the bump method. Alas, Toro's bump feed did not work more than a couple of lawn trimmings until it, too, ceased to advance. To make matters worse, doing that job with a Toro requires more hands (and patience) than I have. At least the Weed Eater was fairly quick and easy to advance the string by hand. Anybody know of a string trimmer that works? ... Read more


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