Troy-Bilt Flurry 1400

Troy-Bilt Flurry 1400
$180
  • Type: Single-Stage
  • Engine: 11 amp
  • Clearing Width: 14”″
  • Starter: Push-button electric / Bail

Snowblower Specifications

  • Engine
    Brand Troy-Bilt®
    Type Single stage
    Horsepower 11 amp
    Starting System Push-button electric / Bail
    Fuel Tank N/A
  • Overview
    In-Dash_Headlights N/A
    Heated_Handles N/A
    Consumer_Warranty 2-Yr Limited
    Commercial_Warranty N/A
  • Drive System
    Drive Auger Propelled
    Forward_Speeds Push
    Reverse_Speeds N/A
    Tire_Type Smooth
    Tire_Size 4-3/8" x 2.5"
    Skid_Shoes Polymer scraper  
  • Impeller
    Diameter 6.75” auger
    Profile N/A
  • Auger
    Clearing Width 14”
    Clearing Height 9.5”
    Material Rubber
  • Chute
    Material Polymer
    Chute_Rotation EZ Chute manual
    Turning_Radius 180°

Snowblower Reviews

  • More power would be nice
    By Frank G.(Owner), Oct. 27, 2010
    I bought the Flurry to clear my parking pad, which can only handle one car. It does a pretty good job unless the snow is deep or really heavy. If we have a nasty storm I usually end up with a shovel and a sore back. A more powerful gas blower would be great, but I'd really only need it a couple of times a winter. Plus, I really like not having to keep a gas can lying around.
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  • Happily surprised
    By Janice Novak(Owner), Dec. 22, 2015
    Got mine this summer at an estate sale for $20. Don't know how old it is but appeared to have never been used. Did have to order the cord holder for handle as it wasn't on the machine. This little guy really surprised me when we had 12" of snow in Denver last week. Just cut right through it. Saved me a lot of heavy lifting. If it eventually quits working I will get another electric blower. Gas blowers can be fussy in the cold,
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