Simplicity Snow Blowers

simplicity Snow Blowers

Built to Last

Simplicity two stage snow blowers are built to last. They feature powerful and reliable Briggs & Stratton engines; heavy duty construction with steel frames, auger housings, and chutes; and halogen headlights on all models.

Snow Blowers at Jacks carries consumer, prosumer, and professional quality two stage Simplicity snow blowers, so we have you covered for whatever you need. Simplicity is also a part of the Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group, a well respected company in the engine and power products market.

Simplicity Snow Blowers

Simplicity snow blowers are powered by Briggs and Stratton Snow Series Engines

Briggs and Stratton Engines

Simplicity snow throwers rely on the proven quality and performance of a Briggs and Stratton engine. For over 100 years, Briggs and Stratton has been constructing some of the leading small equipment engines around.

Simplicity's 4 cycle Briggs and Stratton Snow Series and Professional Snow Series engines can start in temperatures as low as 20 degrees F. From a light snow coating, to the worst blizzard around, Simplicity's Briggs and Stratton engines will lead the way.

Simplicity Snow Blowers

Simplicity Snow Blowers have all steel chutes to stand up to rigorous demands

Steel Snow Thrower Chutes

If you want to do some serious snow removal without doing serious damage to your snow thrower, then it's a good thing Simplicity uses a heavy-gauge steel chute to discharge snow. With a steel constructed chute, any occasional rock or hard object that passes through the impeller system won't damage the chute on its way through.

Simplicity Snow Blowers

Simplicity Free Hand Controls

Free Hand Operation

Simplicity's two stage snow throwers implement a Free Hand control system that allows the operator to control both chute rotation and chute deflector with button controls on the dash (I1224E and I924E use crank control).

The Simplicity Free Hand system is great for freeing your hand to adjust the snow blower's throwing direction, while the other is still driving the snow thrower. No more stopping to adjust the chute!