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Honda Power Equipment HS720AMA 20″ 187cc Single-Stage Snow Blower Aurora CO

5 out of 5
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The Honda GC190 OHC engine offers plenty of power to churn through the snow. Starting is easy – even in cold weather. No mixing, no two-stroke smoke and stink, lower emissions, and better fuel economy.


3 reviews for "Honda Power Equipment HS720AMA 20″ 187cc Single-Stage Snow Blower Aurora CO"

  1. :

    We love our Honda. Starts up without giving any problems. My only complaint was how it was delivered. The box was smashed and only by luck was the snowblower ok

  2. :

    Great

  3. :

    I purchased my Honda single stage snowblower from a local store so I can’t comment on an Amazon based shipment. I can say that I love my Honda snow blower. This is my second snowblower. My first was a two stage Snapper snowblower. I bought the two stage blower because the driveway I had at the time didn’t have a smooth surface. I bought the Honda snowblower when I moved to a house with a concrete driveway and it works great on this type of surface. I see no reason it wouldn’t work great on a blacktop surface as well. I’ve had my Honda snowblower for around 10 years now and it’s still going strong. It starts easy as long as you remember to turn the fuel line on. I run my blower out of gas after each use so the gas doesn’t gunk up the inside the engine. I believe this helps to make my Honda easy to start. I had back surgery years ago so for a couple years my surgeon wouldn’t allow me to run a snowblower at all so my wife decided she’s run it instead of paying someone else to clean our driveway. She usually has trouble starting anything with a rope pull start system but the Honda snow blower is so easy to start that she had no problem starting it or using it. The only con I have about this snowblower is that the shoot handle is so long that if you turn the shoot 90 degrees from the direction of the snowblower, it sticks out well beyond the outside edge of the snowblower. When you run it in this direction you have to be careful not to hit a car if you park your cars in the driveway. I have not hit a car so far because you can adjust the shoot to work around the issue of the shoot handle sticking out past the end of the blower. This one issue would not hold me back from buying another Honda snowblower if this one ever failed. It cleans snow up to the height of the front of the snowblower very well. If snow is a lot higher than the front of the snowblower it helps to have a second person knock down the snow in front of it with a snow shovel. Just be very careful doing this. I live in the Midwest and it’s rare that we ever get snow that deep so it’s not an issue. If we have a large snowfall coming I just go out from time to time so I don’t have to worry about the snow getting too deep. The cons do not outweigh the pros of this snowblower.I am not affiliated with Honda products in any way and I have not been compensated by anyone for a positive review. The opinions given in this review are my own. If you buy this snowblower I hope you have the same good luck we’ve had with our Honda snowblower.

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