BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Homeowners can now put Toro’s Flex-Force Power System up against winter’s deepest snow drifts with the new Toro 60V* Power Max Two-Stage Snow Blower
“A two-stage battery-powered snow blower that could deliver just as much power as a gas model, was once a pipe dream — then we developed the 60V Power Max two-stage snow blower,” says Tom Werner, senior marketing manager at Toro. “This unit is identical to Toro’s gas two-stage model in every way, except it packs its powerful punch with our Flex-Force Power System, the most powerful battery in its class.”
Available in two models, the e24 and e26, the new snow blower is the only battery-powered unit designed with three battery ports. With two batteries on board, the e26 clears 30 spaces on one charge. With a third battery port on board, you can harness the power of three 7.5ah 60V Flex-Force batteries to easily clear 45 cars in up to ten inches of snow.
Built with long-lasting, heavy duty steel, the new 60V snow blower is tough and ready to deliver power without compromise to tackle your biggest snowstorms — just like the rest of the Toro two-stage snow blower family. Both models feature Toro’s innovative Quick Stick® chute control to put snow where you want it easily, and on the go. The new snow blower does not require shear pins and features a hardened gear and auger, plus an anti-clogging system. Additionally, Toro has equipped the e26 model with handwarmers so you can blow through the snow without the chill.
“The Toro Flex-Force Power System family is all about flexible power, no matter the season or conditions,” says Werner. “The new 60V Power Max snow blower makes quick work of clearing serious snow and ice and heavy drifts — all on one charge.”
The Flex-Force system provides maximum runtime and power to the entire suite of more than 35 Toro 60V products thanks to cutting-edge Lithium-Ion battery technology. For more information on the new 60V Flex-Force family, please visit Toro's website.
* Battery manufacturer rating = 60V maximum and 54V typical usage. Actual voltage varies with load.