Choosing a Simplicity Snow Blower
Interested in learning about Simplicity's snow blower line-up?
Here at Jacks, we carry Simplicity's top performing two stage snow blowers. Let's see what they have to offer.
Briggs and Stratton Engines
Simplicity snow blowers have joined forces with the popular and reliable Briggs and Stratton engine.
The Briggs and Stratton Snow Series and Professional Series engines use Overhead Valve (OHV) technology to increase fuel efficiency, improve engine life, and provide quieter operation.
The oversized mitt-grip starter cord allows the user to pull the recoil start while wearing those bigger snow gloves.
All Simplicity two stage snow blowers feature the electric start option with recoil back up.
Steel Chute Rotation
With a steel constructed chute, your Simplicity snow blower is protected against debris that passes through the augers and out of the discharge chute.
Some Simplicity snow blowers have hand cranked chute rotation, while the prosumer and professional models (L1528E, L1730E, P1524E, P1732E) use electric chute rotation.
Electric chute rotation is a great feature for those who need to turn the chute more often to avoid blowing snow at certain obstacles (cars, houses, people).
Free Hand Control
Simplicity models that offer electric chute rotation, allow you to operate the snow blower with one hand, while controlling the direction and angle of snow discharge with the other.
You'll look like a snow blowing Pro as you go back and forth easily operating the controls, blowing snow in the exact place you want.
The Easy-Turn feature on Simplicity snow blowers is basically the power steering feature used on other snow blowers.
By simply pulling a trigger, you can release the power to the left wheel. This helps you turn the snow blower easier than if both wheels were moving at the same speed or not at all.
The Professional model snow blowers feature Simplicity's Power Boost system.
Power Boost automatically adjusts power to the auger and impeller, based on depth and density of the snow. This helps prevent the machine from getting stuck in heavier packed snow mounds.
If you don't have time during the day to clear out last night's snow fall, use the halogen headlight on all Simplicity two stage snow blowers to light your way into the late hours of the night.
Snow Blowing with Simplicity
Consumer, Prosumer, or Professional model Simplicity snow blowers can be your best friend in the winter. Whether you're a snow blowing beginner, experienced user, or veteran.
Check out additional features and specifications of our Simplicity Snow Blowers.